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the physical frame of a dead person or animal

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the dead body of an animal especially one slaughtered and dressed for food

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Effect of dietary energy on performance, carcass yield and abdominal fat of broiler chickens.
Carcass yield (%) was calculated by the carcass weight (hot and cold)x100, divided by the live weight at slaughter as described by Bridi and Silva (2007).
2011) investigated the effect of genetic traits of chickens (slow- and fast growing) on growth performance, meat quality and carcass yield and determined that differences in pH values according to genetic type did not occur in breast muscle.
This finding is in contrary with the results of peebles et al [26] who concluded that inclusion 3 or 7 per cent of beef tallow in starter diets of broiler did not caused any detrimental effects on carcass yield of broilers.
Table 6 shows the carcass yield and partial meat ratio of various KND crossbreds used in the experiment.
05) from the carcass yield values obtained for pigs on diets 3 and 4 which were also similar (p>0.
By unlocking the secrets of the catfish genome, they hope to find favorable natural variations within genes that control important traits such as lean growth, carcass yield, and improved survival in commercial ponds.
The carcass yield and the relative weights of edible parts were not affected by dietary treatments as shown in Table 2 and 3.
Leonel FR, Oba A, Pelicano ERL and NMBL Zeola Performance, carcass yield and qualitative characteristics of breast and leg muscles of broilers fed diets supplemented with vitamin E at different ages.
The objective of the present study was to compare the carcass yield and physico-chemical quality of meats from KND and commercial imported breeds raised under the identical feeding and rearing conditions.
There was no significant difference between all the treatment groups for carcass yield, the percentage body weight of gizzard, liver and abdominal fat.
The absence of significant changes in carcass weight, yield index and carcass yield grade between the treatments may be the result of body weight during slaughter and its effect on fattiness (Preston and Willis, 1974).