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Caracterización bromatológica de insumos no tradicionales para alimentación animal en la región Amazonas

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2017
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Chumpitaz-Segovia, Carolina
Finetti-Sialer, Mariella M.
Lirio-Paredes, Jesus
Ogata-Gutiérrez, Katty
Zúñiga-Dávila, Doris
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Universidad Nacional Toribio Rodriguez de Mendoza
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The present study was carried out at the Institute of Research in Livestock and Biotechnology of the UNTRM, with the objective of characterizing bromatology of 20 food supplies available in the region, and to be used in domestic animal feeding. The determination of the chemical composition was done by means of proximal analysis, to determine dry matter (DM), crude protein (CP), crude fiber (CF), ethereal extract (EE), ash (A) and nitrogen free extract (NFE). In addition, the concentration of minerals Ca, P, gross energy (GE) was determined; and in those inputs with ruminant feeding ability, neutral detergent fiber (NDF) and acid detergent fiber (ADF) were determined. Inputs have been classified according to their nature in: cereals (corn), roots and tubers (cassava flour, potato and bitucón), fruit trees (banana meal, orange pulp, guava), and agroindustry byproducts (coffee pulp, cocoa shell, rice dust, nielen and arrocillo). The final classification of these inputs was made by the concentration of nutrients in these inputs, in protein, energy and fibrous. It concludes that in the region, there is a high potential of inputs to be used in animal feed, monogastric and ruminants; however, it is necessary to continue the characterization of the amino acid profile and concentration of antinutritional components in the identified inputs.
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subproducto, Análisis proximal, caracterización nutricional, insumos no tradicionales
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