Impactul utilizării diferitor genotipuri în ameliorarea calităţii carcaselor şi a cărnii la suine
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ROTARU, Ilie; SECRIERU, Serghei. Impactul utilizării diferitor genotipuri în ameliorarea calităţii carcaselor şi a cărnii la suine. In: Zootehnie şi biotehnologii . Vol. 44, 25 septembrie 2015, Chișinău. CHIȘINĂU: Universitatea Agrară de Stat din Moldova, 2015, pp. 153-156. ISBN 978-9975-64-125-8.
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Zootehnie şi biotehnologii
Vol. 44, 2015
Simpozionul "Zootehnie şi biotehnologii"
Chișinău, Moldova, 25 septembrie 2015

Impactul utilizării diferitor genotipuri în ameliorarea calităţii carcaselor şi a cărnii la suine


CZU: 636.4.082.22
Pag. 153-156

Rotaru Ilie, Secrieru Serghei
 
Universitatea Agrară de Stat din Moldova
 
Disponibil în IBN: 18 martie 2019


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The main objective of pig production is to produce quality, wholesome meat that provides a positive eating experience for the consumer. Meat quality means different things to different people. Consumers want a safe, healthy, tasty and affordable product that is easy to prepare, retailers want to display attractive products, and pig companies want to deliver this efficiently at peak cost. All of these definitions will impact an operation’s bottom line. The most efficient mating system for most swine producers is some form of a terminal cross. A proper terminal cross will ensure maximum heterosis for reproductive and growth traits and it requires less labor overall as there is more consistency in the job expected of all employees. It also allows for more consistency of product in terms of hair color and performance. The best use of specialized sire and dam lines is another advantage of the terminal cross. The objective of this experiment was to determine the effect of diverse production systems on pig performance, muscle characteristics, and their relation to pork quality measures.

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Breed, Carcasses, genotype, Hybrid, meat