Effect of glycerin on digestibility of diets for pigs determined with different methodologies

Glycerin is a by-product from the biodiesel chain whose energy value can be beneficial to pig diets. In this study, eight barrows were distributed individually into metabolic cages in a completely randomized block design. The animals were fed diets containing 0, 5, 10 and 15% glycerin from soybean o...

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Main Authors: Guiomar Helena Verussa, Anderson Corassa, Ana Paula Silva Ton, Cláudia Marie Komiyama, Douglas dos Santos Pina, Alexandre de Oliveira Teixeira, Leonardo Marmo Moreira, Charles Kiefer
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Published: Universidade Estadual de Londrina 2017-08-01
Series:Semina: Ciências Agrárias
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Online Access:http://www.uel.br/revistas/uel/index.php/semagrarias/article/view/28405
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spelling doaj-ccf29ca6b33349668146c8368ff5203b2020-11-24T20:57:08ZengUniversidade Estadual de LondrinaSemina: Ciências Agrárias1676-546X1679-03592017-08-01384Supl12803281410.5433/1679-0359.2017v38n4Supl1p280315811Effect of glycerin on digestibility of diets for pigs determined with different methodologiesGuiomar Helena Verussa0Anderson Corassa1Ana Paula Silva Ton2Cláudia Marie Komiyama3Douglas dos Santos Pina4Alexandre de Oliveira Teixeira5Leonardo Marmo Moreira6Charles Kiefer7Universidade Federal de Mato GrossoUniversidade Federal de Mato GrossoUniversidade Federal de Mato GrossoUniversidade Federal de Mato GrossoUniversidade Federal de Mato GrossoUniversidade Federal de São João Del ReiUniversidade Federal de São João Del ReiUniversidade Federal de Mato Grosso do SulGlycerin is a by-product from the biodiesel chain whose energy value can be beneficial to pig diets. In this study, eight barrows were distributed individually into metabolic cages in a completely randomized block design. The animals were fed diets containing 0, 5, 10 and 15% glycerin from soybean oil and subjected to the methods of total feces and urine collection and chromic oxide marker. We determined the digestibility coefficients (DC); the dietary levels of digestible dry matter (DM), organic matter (OM), crude protein (CP), mineral matter (MM), ether extract (EE), an neutral detergent fiber (NDF); digestible energy (DE); metabolizable energy (ME); and these last two variables corrected for the nitrogen content (DEn and MEn). Digestible OM values increased linearly with glycerin inclusion in the diets. The digestible CP of the diets showed an inversely proportional relationship with glycerin inclusion levels. Digestible MM decreased linearly when determined by the total collection method and quadratically when determined by the marker method. There was a linear increase in the digestible and metabolizable coefficients of energy, DE, DEn, ME and MEn of the diets as the glycerin inclusion level was increased. Inclusion of up to 15% glycerin obtained from soybean oil production increased the digestible fractions of organic matter and energy of the diets.http://www.uel.br/revistas/uel/index.php/semagrarias/article/view/28405BiodieselDigestibilityGlycerolMarkerMetabolizabilityTotal feces collection.
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author Guiomar Helena Verussa
Anderson Corassa
Ana Paula Silva Ton
Cláudia Marie Komiyama
Douglas dos Santos Pina
Alexandre de Oliveira Teixeira
Leonardo Marmo Moreira
Charles Kiefer
spellingShingle Guiomar Helena Verussa
Anderson Corassa
Ana Paula Silva Ton
Cláudia Marie Komiyama
Douglas dos Santos Pina
Alexandre de Oliveira Teixeira
Leonardo Marmo Moreira
Charles Kiefer
Effect of glycerin on digestibility of diets for pigs determined with different methodologies
Semina: Ciências Agrárias
Biodiesel
Digestibility
Glycerol
Marker
Metabolizability
Total feces collection.
author_facet Guiomar Helena Verussa
Anderson Corassa
Ana Paula Silva Ton
Cláudia Marie Komiyama
Douglas dos Santos Pina
Alexandre de Oliveira Teixeira
Leonardo Marmo Moreira
Charles Kiefer
author_sort Guiomar Helena Verussa
title Effect of glycerin on digestibility of diets for pigs determined with different methodologies
title_short Effect of glycerin on digestibility of diets for pigs determined with different methodologies
title_full Effect of glycerin on digestibility of diets for pigs determined with different methodologies
title_fullStr Effect of glycerin on digestibility of diets for pigs determined with different methodologies
title_full_unstemmed Effect of glycerin on digestibility of diets for pigs determined with different methodologies
title_sort effect of glycerin on digestibility of diets for pigs determined with different methodologies
publisher Universidade Estadual de Londrina
series Semina: Ciências Agrárias
issn 1676-546X
1679-0359
publishDate 2017-08-01
description Glycerin is a by-product from the biodiesel chain whose energy value can be beneficial to pig diets. In this study, eight barrows were distributed individually into metabolic cages in a completely randomized block design. The animals were fed diets containing 0, 5, 10 and 15% glycerin from soybean oil and subjected to the methods of total feces and urine collection and chromic oxide marker. We determined the digestibility coefficients (DC); the dietary levels of digestible dry matter (DM), organic matter (OM), crude protein (CP), mineral matter (MM), ether extract (EE), an neutral detergent fiber (NDF); digestible energy (DE); metabolizable energy (ME); and these last two variables corrected for the nitrogen content (DEn and MEn). Digestible OM values increased linearly with glycerin inclusion in the diets. The digestible CP of the diets showed an inversely proportional relationship with glycerin inclusion levels. Digestible MM decreased linearly when determined by the total collection method and quadratically when determined by the marker method. There was a linear increase in the digestible and metabolizable coefficients of energy, DE, DEn, ME and MEn of the diets as the glycerin inclusion level was increased. Inclusion of up to 15% glycerin obtained from soybean oil production increased the digestible fractions of organic matter and energy of the diets.
topic Biodiesel
Digestibility
Glycerol
Marker
Metabolizability
Total feces collection.
url http://www.uel.br/revistas/uel/index.php/semagrarias/article/view/28405
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