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Synonyms for carcass

the physical frame of a dead person or animal

Synonyms for carcass

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


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2015) conducted a research with crossbred dairy-origin calves (Holstein-Zebu) and described hot and cold carcass yields of 54 and 52%, respectively, for the treatment that received lower concentrate level (17%).
Therefore, the purpose of this study is to test the effects of turmeric powder added to broiler diet from 0 to 10 g/kg on body weight (BW), weight gain (WG), feed intake (FI), feed conversion ratio (FCR), carcass yield and intestinal microflora of broilers.
This present study was carried out aiming to evaluate and quantifying the leading causes of damage to animal skin and carcass associated with pig slaughterhouse waiting and resting area management, along with assessing how glucose, sodium bicarbonate and vitamin E added to drinking water during pre-slaughter fasting in the farm may affect carcass yield, relative organ weights (liver, heart, stomach and kidneys) and the quality of pork meat.
Carcass yield expressed in term of dressing percentage was similarly greater in group GE-2 and GE-3.
americana, while both the visceral weights reported by Crichton (1979, 1980) and the carcass yields reported by Blood et al.
The value obtained for the carcass yield and meat composition corresponds with the findings of Joseph et al.
Because it buys predominantly bone-in beef, rather than primals, carcass yield is very important.
These technologies are used today to help carcass yield grading, least-cost formulations, meat colour assessment, fat colour assessment, waterholding capacity during storage and processing and even genetic improvement of meat quality.
Growth, carcass yield and thigh skin tensile strength of four commercial broiler strains.
After feeding trial, all steers were fasted for 24 h and slaughtered at a commercial meat abattoir to assess carcass yield and quality.
These weights were used to calculate the cold carcass yield (CCY) (%) = (CCW/FW) x 100 and warm carcass yield (WCY) (%) = (WCW/FW) x 100.
Similarly, carcass yield grade was not significantly different between treatments.
The present work indicated that polymorphisms in ACSL5 might be important genetic factors affecting meat quality and carcass yield in Chinese Simmental-cross steers.
The hot carcass weight was recorded (HCW, with the head and feet), carcass yield (CY) was calculated, and the carcass were later refrigerated (4-6[degrees]C) for 16-24 h.