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Bayer Lederhosen Second Skin Suit braun-weiss
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Ludmilla, gehen wir dieses Jahr zum Oktoberfest? fragen Sie Ihre Frau. Nein, natürlich nicht. Denn so ein Coach-Potato wie du würde doch niemals die Mühe auf sich nehmen, sich in eine richtige Herren-Tracht zu zwängen. Und da ich keine Lust habe, dich im Jogginganzug im Biergarten zu bewundern, kannst du dir das abschminken! Sie lassen sich aber nicht lumpen, sondern holen mit fröhlich grinsendem Gesicht diesen großartigen Trachten-Overall hervor. Du bist so pfiffig , meint Ihre Frau und Sie fühlen sich völlig zu Recht gebauchpinselt. Der Bayern-Ganzkörperanzug verbreitet absolute Trachten-Pracht! Dank eines sensationellen Reißverschlusses können Sie im Handumdrehen in diesen einmaligen Alpen-Overall schlüpfen. Ideal für Leute ohne Geduld! Seine Grundfarbe ist Weiß, wobei der grandiose Lederhosen-Aufdruck in Dunkelbraun für einen klassisch schönen Kontrast sorgt. Sowohl die gedruckte Lederhose als auch die hautfarbenen Handschuhe, Beine und der Gesichts-überzieher dieses Second Skin-Anzuges sehen sensationell aus. Absolut praktisch ist die applizierte Bauchtasche. Als applizierte Kopfbedeckung verblüfft der grüne Jägerhut mit roter Feder. Ob auf dem Bierfest, der Faschingsparty oder auf Mallorca: Wo immer Sie in diesem Trachten-Second Skin Suit auftauchen, werden Sie für beste Stimmung sorgen! Weitere tolle Motto-Suits und Trachtenverkleidungen für Herren finden Sie in unserem Shop! Achtung! Nicht für Kinder unter drei Jahren geeignet. Kann Kleinteile enthalten - Erstickungsgefahr.

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Advanced Male Urethral and Genital Reconstructi...
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Since the publication of the first edition of Urethral Reconstructive Surgery , important refinements have been added to the urologic surgical armamentarium. Extensively revised and updated, Advanced Male Urethral and Genital Reconstructive Surgery, Second Edition guides urologists in a practical manner on how to evaluate and manage complex urethral and male genital reconstructive challenges. Chapters have been added on wound healing, synchronous urethral strictures, non-transecting anastomotic urethroplasty (including muscle and vessel sparing), overlapping buccal grafts, male urethral slings, genital skin grafting, Peyronie's surgery, priapism, pediatric strictures and prosthetics. Such chapters greatly strengthen the overall appeal of the book. The volume closes with a new comprehensive appendix of preferred instruments.With broad contributions by international authorities in reconstructive urologic surgery, Advanced Male Urethral and Genital Reconstructive Surgery, Second Edition is a valuable resource for all urologists, from residents to reconstructive surgeons.

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Second-Skin-Overall Zombie Halloween-Kostüm grü...
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Hinweise zu Größe M: Die ärmel sind 56cm lang, die Schulterbreite beträgt 12cm. Der Stoff des Kostüms ist sehr dehnbar. Im Rücken befindet sich ein Reißverschluss. Hinweise zu Größe L: Die ärmel sind 58cm lang, die Schulterbreite beträgt 14cm. Der Stoff des Kostüms ist sehr dehnbar. Im Rücken befindet sich ein Reißverschluss. Hinweise zu Größe XL: Die ärmel sind 59cm lang, die Schulterbreite beträgt 16cm. Der Stoff des Kostüms ist sehr dehnbar. Im Rücken befindet sich ein Reißverschluss. Diesen Zombie hat die Lust am Menschenfleisch so sehr gepackt, dass er es nicht mehr abwarten konnte und deshalb an sich selber genascht hat. Die offene Bauchdecke mit den herunterhängenden Innereien ist der blutige Beweis seines unbändigen Hungers! Wenn auch Sie ein gefräßiger Zombie sein wollen, ist dieses Second Skin-Kostüm die beste Wahl für einen erschreckenden Auftritt. Mit dem Zombie-Bodysuit erhalten Sie einen Second-Skin-Suit in Grün, worauf ein Zombie-Körper abgebildet ist. Arme, Mund und Hals sowie der Brustkorb sind mit zahlreichen Blutspritzern versehen. Im Zombie-Gesicht sieht man die entstellte Fratze mit dem weit aufgerissenen Mund, was beim ersten Anblick schon für Panikattacken sorgt. Die Augen sind selbstverständlich glasig weiß. Ebenfalls für schaurige Momente sorgt das Eingeweide, die bis auf den Schritt herunterhängt. Dazu kommt der schwarze Hosenprint, der die Beine des Zombie-Ganzkörperanzugs ziert. Ein rundum gelungener Zombie! Hiermit können der nächste Zombie-Walk oder die Monster-Mottoparty kommen. Fragen Sie sich, was ein Second Skin-Anzug ist Hier die Erklärung: Der Ganzkörperanzug schmiegt sich hauteng an den Träger an und sitzt damit wie eine zweite Haut. Daher kommt auch der Name des Kostüms. Im Gegensatz zu den herkömmlichen Bodysuits bietet ein Second-Skin-Anzug viele Extras, die das Tragen ungemein vereinfachen. Die praktische Gürteltasche aus demselben Material kann genutzt werden, um Bargeld oder unverzichtbare Dinge mit sich zu tragen. Auf der Rückseite befindet sich ein praktischer Reißverschluss, der das Aus- und Anziehen erleichtert. Falls Sie für kleine Damen oder Herren gehen müssen, hat der Anzug auch hierfür eine Lösung. Eine versteckte Klappe in der Schrittpartie ermöglicht unbesorgten Kostüm-Spaß, falls mal der Schuh drücken sollte. Selbst das Essen oder Trinken ist in diesem Second-Skin Bodysuit kein Problem. Mit der Extra-öffnung unter dem Kinn können Sie unbesorgt Nahrung zu sich nehmen und müssen dabei nicht einmal die Kapuze abziehen. Das Beste an den Ganzkörper-Anzügen ist die freie Kombinationsmöglichkeit. Sie können den Bodysuit als Grundlage nehmen und beliebig erweitern. Wollen Sie beispielsweise als verrückter grauenhafter Mutant die Kostüm-Party unsicher machen Dann bestellen Sie sich ein Mutantenkostüm aus unserem Shop und schon sind Sie ein blutiger Mutant! Mit etwas Kunstblut und einer Horror-Maske aus unserem Sortiment können Sie den blutigen Effekt bestens untermauern. Nehmen Sie einfach noch ein paar Leichenteile zur Hand und schon ist der grauenhafte Anblick um eine Nuance reicher! Wie Sie sehen, sind den Möglichkeiten keine Grenzen gesetzt. Schauen Sie sich in unserem Shop um und ergänzen Sie Ihr Second-Skin-Kostüm beliebig mit Kostüm-Accessoires oder Karnevalskostümen. Tragen Sie dieses Second-Skin-Outfit an Karneval, zu Halloween oder zu einem Sport-Event. Selbstverständlich lässt sich der Body auch für Theater- und Tanzaufführungen verwenden. Beim spontanen Flash-Mob macht die zweite Haut ebenfalls eine gute Figur, da sie sich durch ihre weiche sowie dünne Beschaffenheit unsichtbar unter der Kleidung tragen lässt. Das ist sehr praktisch, falls Sie eine überraschungsparty planen. Weitere Ganzkörper-Kostüme und Second Skin-Verkleidungen finden Sie selbstverständlich in unserem großartigen Online-Shop. Hier sehen Sie den Second-Skin Ganzkörperanzug in Action: Wie man einen Reißverschluss repariert, sehen Sie noch hier: Achtung! Nicht für Kinder unter drei Jahren geeignet. Kann Kleinteile enthalten - Erstickungsgefahr.

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Advanced Male Urethral and Genital Reconstructi...
241,99 € *
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Since the publication of the first edition of Urethral Reconstructive Surgery , important refinements have been added to the urologic surgical armamentarium. Extensively revised and updated, Advanced Male Urethral and Genital Reconstructive Surgery, Second Edition guides urologists in a practical manner on how to evaluate and manage complex urethral and male genital reconstructive challenges. Chapters have been added on wound healing, synchronous urethral strictures, non-transecting anastomotic urethroplasty (including muscle and vessel sparing), overlapping buccal grafts, male urethral slings, genital skin grafting, Peyronie's surgery, priapism, pediatric strictures and prosthetics. Such chapters greatly strengthen the overall appeal of the book. The volume closes with a new comprehensive appendix of preferred instruments.With broad contributions by international authorities in reconstructive urologic surgery, Advanced Male Urethral and Genital Reconstructive Surgery, Second Edition is a valuable resource for all urologists, from residents to reconstructive surgeons.

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Epidemiology and impact of ectoparasite of smal...
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A sample of 1325 sheep and 979 goats from three selected agro-ecologies and 1432 skins from two tanneries were taken to conduct a cross-sectional study from October to April to determine the prevalence of ectoparasites in sheep and goats, investigating the effect of risk factors on prevalence distribution and assessing the pickled and wet blue skin defects. The results of examination indicated that 48.1% sheep and 49.7% goats were infested. The prevalence of ectoparasites in lowlands, midlands and highlands were, respectively 38.5%, 47.3% and 52.9% in sheep and 49.5%, 564.5% and 33.0% in goats. Statistically significant difference (p 0.05) was observed in prevalence of D. ovis among agro-ecologies (highland 36.6%, midland 20.9% and lowland 14.0%) and M. ovinus between midland 1.9% and highlands 31.7%. The risk of tick infestation of sheep in lowland and midland was 9.883 times and 13.988 times, respectively higher than highlands.716 pickled sheep skins and 716 wet blue goat skins showed cockle was the second dominant defect both on pickled skins 60.2% and wet blue skins 45.1%. The overall findings of the study indicate the need of strategic ectoparasites control program.

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Epidemiology and impact of ectoparasite of smal...
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A sample of 1325 sheep and 979 goats from three selected agro-ecologies and 1432 skins from two tanneries were taken to conduct a cross-sectional study from October to April to determine the prevalence of ectoparasites in sheep and goats, investigating the effect of risk factors on prevalence distribution and assessing the pickled and wet blue skin defects. The results of examination indicated that 48.1% sheep and 49.7% goats were infested. The prevalence of ectoparasites in lowlands, midlands and highlands were, respectively 38.5%, 47.3% and 52.9% in sheep and 49.5%, 564.5% and 33.0% in goats. Statistically significant difference (p 0.05) was observed in prevalence of D. ovis among agro-ecologies (highland 36.6%, midland 20.9% and lowland 14.0%) and M. ovinus between midland 1.9% and highlands 31.7%. The risk of tick infestation of sheep in lowland and midland was 9.883 times and 13.988 times, respectively higher than highlands.716 pickled sheep skins and 716 wet blue goat skins showed cockle was the second dominant defect both on pickled skins 60.2% and wet blue skins 45.1%. The overall findings of the study indicate the need of strategic ectoparasites control program.

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Advanced Male Urethral and Genital Reconstructi...
170,99 € *
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Since the publication of the first edition of Urethral Reconstructive Surgery , important refinements have been added to the urologic surgical armamentarium. Extensively revised and updated, Advanced Male Urethral and Genital Reconstructive Surgery, Second Edition guides urologists in a practical manner on how to evaluate and manage complex urethral and male genital reconstructive challenges. Chapters have been added on wound healing, synchronous urethral strictures, non-transecting anastomotic urethroplasty (including muscle and vessel sparing), overlapping buccal grafts, male urethral slings, genital skin grafting, Peyronie's surgery, priapism, pediatric strictures and prosthetics. Such chapters greatly strengthen the overall appeal of the book. The volume closes with a new comprehensive appendix of preferred instruments. With broad contributions by international authorities in reconstructive urologic surgery, Advanced Male Urethral and Genital Reconstructive Surgery, Second Edition is a valuable resource for all urologists, from residents to reconstructive surgeons.

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Advanced Male Urethral and Genital Reconstructi...
170,99 € *
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Since the publication of the first edition of Urethral Reconstructive Surgery , important refinements have been added to the urologic surgical armamentarium. Extensively revised and updated, Advanced Male Urethral and Genital Reconstructive Surgery, Second Edition guides urologists in a practical manner on how to evaluate and manage complex urethral and male genital reconstructive challenges. Chapters have been added on wound healing, synchronous urethral strictures, non-transecting anastomotic urethroplasty (including muscle and vessel sparing), overlapping buccal grafts, male urethral slings, genital skin grafting, Peyronie's surgery, priapism, pediatric strictures and prosthetics. Such chapters greatly strengthen the overall appeal of the book. The volume closes with a new comprehensive appendix of preferred instruments. With broad contributions by international authorities in reconstructive urologic surgery, Advanced Male Urethral and Genital Reconstructive Surgery, Second Edition is a valuable resource for all urologists, from residents to reconstructive surgeons.

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Impact of feeding systems on carcass and meat q...
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In Thailand, beef for human consumption is mainly derived from native cattle and buffaloes. Previously, buffaloes were used as draught animals in rice fields. Nowadays, farmers no longer raise buffaloes for working but rather for meat production. The predominant breed in Thailand is the swamp buffalo which is raised extensively. The demand for high-quality meat has been increasing due to changes in the socio-economic pattern of the population, such as an increasing standard of living and education.The overall goals of this study were to compare carcass characteristics, meat quality and fatty acid profiles of swamp buffaloes fed diets with varying proportions of concentrate, roughage and pasture during the fattening period. In particular this study addresses the effect of concentrate supplementation in pasture-fed animals with the aim to establish recommendations for optimum ways of fattening Thai swamp buffalo.Therefore, 24 male swamp buffaloes, 12 months of age, were randomly allocated to four groups of six animals each. One group grazed on a pasture of pure Guinea grass (Group 1), the second group grazed on a mix of Guinea grass and the legume Stylosanthes guianensis (Group 2), The remaining twelve buffaloes were raised in pens and fed either 1.5 % (n=6, Group 3) or 2.0 % (n=6, Group 4) of their body weight in concentrates. All animals had free access to fresh water. They were weighed at the beginning and the end of the fattening period and slaughtered at an average body weight of 398 kg (± 16). Hot (45 min post mortem) and chilled carcasses (24 h post mortem) were weighed and carcass length was determined. Dressing percentage was defined as the ratio of chilled carcass weight to live weight. Loin eye area was measured between the 12th and 13th rib. Proportions of retail cuts were determined both by dissection of the right half of the carcass according to “Meat and Livestock Commission” and of the left half according to Thai cutting style. pH of the meat was determined 45 min and 24 h after slaughter.Meat quality parameters and fatty acid composition were determined on the longissimus dorsi muscle. Meat color was measured at 12th rib cut 48 h after slaughter. Water holding capacity was assessed via substance losses occurring during different procedures. Frozen samples of Longissimus dorsi muscle were thawed and kept at 4°C for 24 hours. Thereafter they were weighed and sealed in plastic to be boiled in a water bath and weighed again. In this way freezing and boiling loss were assessed. After that, six core pieces were removed from the boiled meat for shear force determination using an Instron apparatus. For the determination of grilling loss, samples were grilled in a convection oven until an internal temperature of 70°C was reached. The grilled samples were evaluated by trained panelists, who were asked to grade samples for tenderness, juiciness, flavor and overall acceptability. Samples from the Longissimus dorsi were minced and analyzed for moisture, protein and fat content. Susceptibility of lipids to oxidation was assessed by the 2-thiobarbituric acid method. Lipid was extracted from Longissimus dorsi samples for fatty acid analysis via capillary gaschromatography.The carcass characteristics determined included dressing percentage, offal and external organs as well as loin eye area and carcass length. The concentrate-supplemented buffaloes of Group 3 had a significantly higher average daily weight gain than the other groups (569.8 g/day vs. 316.2, 354.3 and 539.7 g/day, respectively), likewise, hot and chilled carcasses were heavier in concentrate-supplemented buffaloes of Group 3 than in the other groups. In addition, dressing percentage and carcass lengths were higher in animals from this group. Loin eye area of concentrate-supplemented buffaloes of Group 3 was higher than in the other groups (49.08 cm2 vs. 39.76, 43.75 and 47.8 cm2, respectively). Concentrate feeding (Groups 3 and 4) significantly increased the weights of brisket and short loin, however, no feeding effect on weights of chuck, shank, rib, plate, flank, sirloin and round could be detected. The weights of Quadtriceps and Semimembranosus muscle and bones were higher in pasture-fed than in concentrate-supplemented buffaloes (4.50, 5.34 and 21.35 vs. 4.16, 4.90 and 16.25%, respectively). However, the weight of the Biceps femoris muscle and total fat were higher in concentrate-supplemented animals (6.53 and 11.90 vs. 6.11 and 3.43%, respectively). The weights of internal and external organs differed significantly between the groups. The weight of the external organs, of skin and tongue, as well as that of internal organs heart and spleen were higher in concentrate-supplemented than in pasture-fed buffaloes.It became evident that meat from concentrate-supplemented buffaloes was significantly redder in color (higher a* value) than that of buffaloes raised on pasture. The pH of the meat assessed 45 min and 24 hours were not affected by treatment, but after 24 hours it was higher in concentrate-supplemented buffaloes (Group 3) than in the other groups (5.96 vs. 5.83, 5.77 and 5.70 in Group 1, 2 and 4, respectively). The water holding capacity in terms of drip and thawing loss was lower in grass-fed buffalos than in the groups fed concentrates, whereas cooking and grilling loss remained unaffected by diet. Fat, protein and moisture percentages differed significantly between groups. Concentrate-supplemented buffaloes had higher protein and fat percentage than pasture-fed buffaloes. Meat from the concentrate-supplemented buffaloes (Group 4) was more tender and juicy than that from other groups. The meat of the Longissimus dorsi of concentrate-supplemented buffaloes (Group 3) had higher cholesterol (59.2 vs. 45.4, 46.2 and 53.5 mg/100g, respectively) contents than that of the other groups. However, concentrate supplementation decreased the proportion of saturated fatty acids (SFA) and increased the proportion of monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA). There was an interaction between grass and concentrate allowance for polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA): SFA ratio. The ratio was higher when buffaloes grazed on grass plus legume pastures (Group 2) in comparison those concentrate-supplemented (0.22 vs. 0.20, 0.12 and 0.15, respectively). The ratio of n-6/n-3 PUFA was significantly higher in concentrate-supplemented than in pasture-fed groups (4.73 vs. 1.78, respectively).The present study revealed that the feeding system had a significant effect on growth rate and most carcass and meat quality characters. The amount of concentrate was of minor importance. The meat of concentrate-supplemented buffaloes showed a greater potential for postmortem tenderization through aging. It was more tender after 7 days of storage than the meat of pasture-fed buffaloes. Longissimus dorsi muscle from pasture-fed buffaloes tended to be darker when compared with concentrate-supplemented buffaloes. Moreover, meat from pasture-fed buffaloes had a greater shelf life than meat from concentrate-supplemented buffaloes. Pasture feeding had a positive effect on the fatty acid profile, resulting in higher n-3 fatty acid and CLA percentages. It exhibited a lower n-6/n-3 ratio, and hence, ought to be beneficial for human health.It may be concluded that concentrate supplementation during the final fattening period of swamp buffaloes affected both production system and carcass traits. Therefore, under certain circumstances, concentrate supplementation will be of economic benefit. However, from the human health perspective, meat of grass-fed buffaloes is recommended due to the lower fat concentration and the more favorable n-3 and n-6 PUFA profile.

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Impact of feeding systems on carcass and meat q...
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In Thailand, beef for human consumption is mainly derived from native cattle and buffaloes. Previously, buffaloes were used as draught animals in rice fields. Nowadays, farmers no longer raise buffaloes for working but rather for meat production. The predominant breed in Thailand is the swamp buffalo which is raised extensively. The demand for high-quality meat has been increasing due to changes in the socio-economic pattern of the population, such as an increasing standard of living and education.The overall goals of this study were to compare carcass characteristics, meat quality and fatty acid profiles of swamp buffaloes fed diets with varying proportions of concentrate, roughage and pasture during the fattening period. In particular this study addresses the effect of concentrate supplementation in pasture-fed animals with the aim to establish recommendations for optimum ways of fattening Thai swamp buffalo.Therefore, 24 male swamp buffaloes, 12 months of age, were randomly allocated to four groups of six animals each. One group grazed on a pasture of pure Guinea grass (Group 1), the second group grazed on a mix of Guinea grass and the legume Stylosanthes guianensis (Group 2), The remaining twelve buffaloes were raised in pens and fed either 1.5 % (n=6, Group 3) or 2.0 % (n=6, Group 4) of their body weight in concentrates. All animals had free access to fresh water. They were weighed at the beginning and the end of the fattening period and slaughtered at an average body weight of 398 kg (± 16). Hot (45 min post mortem) and chilled carcasses (24 h post mortem) were weighed and carcass length was determined. Dressing percentage was defined as the ratio of chilled carcass weight to live weight. Loin eye area was measured between the 12th and 13th rib. Proportions of retail cuts were determined both by dissection of the right half of the carcass according to “Meat and Livestock Commission” and of the left half according to Thai cutting style. pH of the meat was determined 45 min and 24 h after slaughter.Meat quality parameters and fatty acid composition were determined on the longissimus dorsi muscle. Meat color was measured at 12th rib cut 48 h after slaughter. Water holding capacity was assessed via substance losses occurring during different procedures. Frozen samples of Longissimus dorsi muscle were thawed and kept at 4°C for 24 hours. Thereafter they were weighed and sealed in plastic to be boiled in a water bath and weighed again. In this way freezing and boiling loss were assessed. After that, six core pieces were removed from the boiled meat for shear force determination using an Instron apparatus. For the determination of grilling loss, samples were grilled in a convection oven until an internal temperature of 70°C was reached. The grilled samples were evaluated by trained panelists, who were asked to grade samples for tenderness, juiciness, flavor and overall acceptability. Samples from the Longissimus dorsi were minced and analyzed for moisture, protein and fat content. Susceptibility of lipids to oxidation was assessed by the 2-thiobarbituric acid method. Lipid was extracted from Longissimus dorsi samples for fatty acid analysis via capillary gaschromatography.The carcass characteristics determined included dressing percentage, offal and external organs as well as loin eye area and carcass length. The concentrate-supplemented buffaloes of Group 3 had a significantly higher average daily weight gain than the other groups (569.8 g/day vs. 316.2, 354.3 and 539.7 g/day, respectively), likewise, hot and chilled carcasses were heavier in concentrate-supplemented buffaloes of Group 3 than in the other groups. In addition, dressing percentage and carcass lengths were higher in animals from this group. Loin eye area of concentrate-supplemented buffaloes of Group 3 was higher than in the other groups (49.08 cm2 vs. 39.76, 43.75 and 47.8 cm2, respectively). Concentrate feeding (Groups 3 and 4) significantly increased the weights of brisket and short loin, however, no feeding effect on weights of chuck, shank, rib, plate, flank, sirloin and round could be detected. The weights of Quadtriceps and Semimembranosus muscle and bones were higher in pasture-fed than in concentrate-supplemented buffaloes (4.50, 5.34 and 21.35 vs. 4.16, 4.90 and 16.25%, respectively). However, the weight of the Biceps femoris muscle and total fat were higher in concentrate-supplemented animals (6.53 and 11.90 vs. 6.11 and 3.43%, respectively). The weights of internal and external organs differed significantly between the groups. The weight of the external organs, of skin and tongue, as well as that of internal organs heart and spleen were higher in concentrate-supplemented than in pasture-fed buffaloes.It became evident that meat from concentrate-supplemented buffaloes was significantly redder in color (higher a* value) than that of buffaloes raised on pasture. The pH of the meat assessed 45 min and 24 hours were not affected by treatment, but after 24 hours it was higher in concentrate-supplemented buffaloes (Group 3) than in the other groups (5.96 vs. 5.83, 5.77 and 5.70 in Group 1, 2 and 4, respectively). The water holding capacity in terms of drip and thawing loss was lower in grass-fed buffalos than in the groups fed concentrates, whereas cooking and grilling loss remained unaffected by diet. Fat, protein and moisture percentages differed significantly between groups. Concentrate-supplemented buffaloes had higher protein and fat percentage than pasture-fed buffaloes. Meat from the concentrate-supplemented buffaloes (Group 4) was more tender and juicy than that from other groups. The meat of the Longissimus dorsi of concentrate-supplemented buffaloes (Group 3) had higher cholesterol (59.2 vs. 45.4, 46.2 and 53.5 mg/100g, respectively) contents than that of the other groups. However, concentrate supplementation decreased the proportion of saturated fatty acids (SFA) and increased the proportion of monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA). There was an interaction between grass and concentrate allowance for polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA): SFA ratio. The ratio was higher when buffaloes grazed on grass plus legume pastures (Group 2) in comparison those concentrate-supplemented (0.22 vs. 0.20, 0.12 and 0.15, respectively). The ratio of n-6/n-3 PUFA was significantly higher in concentrate-supplemented than in pasture-fed groups (4.73 vs. 1.78, respectively).The present study revealed that the feeding system had a significant effect on growth rate and most carcass and meat quality characters. The amount of concentrate was of minor importance. The meat of concentrate-supplemented buffaloes showed a greater potential for postmortem tenderization through aging. It was more tender after 7 days of storage than the meat of pasture-fed buffaloes. Longissimus dorsi muscle from pasture-fed buffaloes tended to be darker when compared with concentrate-supplemented buffaloes. Moreover, meat from pasture-fed buffaloes had a greater shelf life than meat from concentrate-supplemented buffaloes. Pasture feeding had a positive effect on the fatty acid profile, resulting in higher n-3 fatty acid and CLA percentages. It exhibited a lower n-6/n-3 ratio, and hence, ought to be beneficial for human health.It may be concluded that concentrate supplementation during the final fattening period of swamp buffaloes affected both production system and carcass traits. Therefore, under certain circumstances, concentrate supplementation will be of economic benefit. However, from the human health perspective, meat of grass-fed buffaloes is recommended due to the lower fat concentration and the more favorable n-3 and n-6 PUFA profile.

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Alkaline Diet: Delicious Alkaline Diet Recipes ...
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Want to Get Healthy? Have more Energy? Feel Great? The Alkaline Diet The alkaline diet focuses on balancing out the pH level of the fluids in your body. Bodily fluids need to maintain a slightly alkaline pH level. Eating foods that have an alkaline effect can lead to... Healthy weight Better digestion Clearer skin More energy Reducing your risk of developing diseases The alkaline diet provides many powerful health benefits. It provides catechins, antioxidants that fight cancer by destroying free radicals, shutting down cancer cells' power supplies, and shrinking tumors. This diet can also help you fight heart disease, arthritis, inflammation, diabetes, and autoimmune diseases. It can even help you reverse the physical signs of aging! You should know that a lot of people have already tried this diet and they remain delighted, because their lives have changed for the better! You'll get delicious alkaline diet recipes in this book, which will improve your overall health! Don't wait another second to start giving your body what it needs - get your copy of Alkaline Diet today! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Erica L. Risberg. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/091104/bk_acx0_091104_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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