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Effects of time on the cross sectional area of the bovine longissimus dorsi.

Wayne Douglas Warnock

Effects of time on the cross sectional area of the bovine longissimus dorsi.

by Wayne Douglas Warnock

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Longissimus dorsi.,
  • Beef -- Grading.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 27 l.
    Number of Pages27
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16719374M

    1 I li A z FRACTION NUMBER Figure 1. Elution profile of calcium-dependent protease (CDP)-I, CDP-II and inhibitor from DUE-Sephacel column. The bound proteins were eluted at the rate of 30 ml/h with an ml linear gradient 0 to mM NaCl m elution buffer. Myojibril Fragmentation Index Measure- ments. Samples were excised from the LM at. The REA was evaluated as a cross-sectional area of the Longissimus dorsi muscle between the 12th and 13th ribs. Genetic analysis of residual feed intake adjusted for fat and carcass and performance traits in a Nellore herd/Analise genetica do consumo alimentar residual ajustado para gordura e de caracteristicas de carcaca e desempenho em um.

    10th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production. August 17 - 22, Menu. Navigation. Start and Search. Browse by Program Topic. Browse by Day. Author Index. Metalloproteomics Study of Bovine Longissimus dorsi Muscle Tissue in selected animals of the Nellore Breed (Bos indicus) Monday, Aug sound measurements of 12th-rib fat and longissimus muscle area, respectively. Although Robinson et al. () reported mean longissimus muscle area correla-tions of to for technicians achieving accredita-tion, the range of correlations for longissimus muscle area .

    T1 - Effects of manipulative therapy on the longissimus dorsi in the equine back. AU - Wakeling, James M. AU - Barnett, Kate. AU - Price, Sarah. AU - Nankervis, Kathryn. PY - /3. Y1 - /3. N2 - Pain, atrophy and dysfunction of the longissimus dorsi in the equine back can lead to poor performance and altered by: Swine Health and Production — Volume 6, Number 2 63 was the most accurate. Machines 3, 4, and 5 were significantly differ-ent (P ≤) for accuracy of loin depth correlation coefficients for measures of C between A-mode and B-mode ultra-Cited by: 2.


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Effects of time on the cross sectional area of the bovine longissimus dorsi by Wayne Douglas Warnock Download PDF EPUB FB2

Structure Longissimus thoracis et lumborum. The longissimus thoracis et lumborum is the intermediate and largest of the continuations of the erector spinae. In the lumbar region (longissimus lumborum), where it is as yet blended with the iliocostalis, some of its fibers are attached to the whole length of the posterior surfaces of the transverse processes and the accessory processes of the Insertion: transverse process.

FIG.1EMG intensity at trot from the longissimus dorsi at T16 when using different training aids. Data show the mean ^ SEM intensity for the EMG intensity for one horse for the right (A) and left (B) longissimus dorsi when trotting on a left rein. Time is shown as a proportion of the File Size: KB.

Meat Science 40 () Elsevier Science Limited Printed in Great Britai;i. !$ ELSEVIER (94)X The Estimation Beef Carcass Muscle Using Cross-sectional Area o. lonssims dorsi at the Fifth i E. Johnson,* D. Taylor' & R. Priyanto$ *Department of Farm Animal Medicine and Production, The University of Queensland, P.O.

BoxKenmore, Queensland, Cited by: 6. The cross sectional area of the longissimus dorsi increases towards the posterior part of the ribcage, but it has an approximately constant cross sectional area through the loin.

Beef carcasses are usually split into forequarters and hindquarters between ribs 12 and The effects of training AIDS on the longissimus dorsi in the equine back Article (PDF Available) in Comparative Exercise Physiology 5() - November with 1, Reads. Wayne Douglas Warnock has written: 'Effects of time on the cross sectional area of the bovine longissimus dorsi' -- subject(s): Longissimus dorsi, Beef, Grading Asked in Authors, Poets, and.

Effects of manipulative therapy on the longissimus dorsi in the equine back James M Wakeling1,*, Kate Barnett1, Sarah Price1 and Kathryn Nankervis2 1Structure and Motion Laboratory, The Royal Veterinary College, Hawkshead Lane, North Mymms, Hatfield, Hertfordshire AL9 7TA, UK.

The aim of this study was to assess the effect of location within bovine longissimus dorsi (thoracis et lumborum) muscle (LTL) when determining glycogen concentration. Sample preparation. Hanwoo cattles were slaughtered at 24 months of age. Bovine longissimus dorsi isolated from the 13th rib were frozen immediately after dissection and stored at −°C until protein analysis.

To isolate protein extracts, bovine longissmus dorsi were weighed and thawed in buffer (7 M urea, 2 M thiourea, 4% CHAPS, and 10 mM DTT).). Homogenization (30 mg/ml) was performed Cited by: 8.

Effects of postmortem aging time, animal age, and sex on degradation of titin and nebulin in bovine longissimus muscle Abstract This study was conducted to determine degradation of the giant myofibrillar proteins titin and nebulin in postmortem aged beef, with known tenderness values, from animals differing in sex (steers vs bulls) and age.

At d 60, the longissimus muscle was not identifiable as a distinct anatomical entity. An area of tissue corresponding to the future position of the longissimus muscle was therefore collected at this time point.

At the d 60 time point it was more problematic to accurately dissect the Cited by: The aim of this study was to assess the effect of location within bovine longissimus dorsi (thoracis et lumborum) muscle (LTL) when determining glycogen concentration. Six locations in Angus heifers were sampled post mortem (EXP-1) and eight locations in live Charolais crossbred steers were biopsied (EXP-2).Cited by:   Muscle function depends in part on the interplay between its activity and its length within the stretch-shortening cycle.

The longissimus dorsi is a large epaxial muscle running along the thoracic and lumbar regions of the equine back. Due to its anatomical positioning, the longissimus dorsi has the capability of contributing to many functions: developing bending moments in the dorsoventral Cited by: Bovine Longissimus dorsi Muscle Glycogen and Color Response as Affected by Dietary Regimen and Post- mortem Electrical Stimulation in Young Bulls M.

Miller, H. Cross, M. Buyck Meats and Muscle Biology Section, Department of Animal Science. 2 Figure 5A compares the cross-sectional size and shape of the three muscles: the longissimus dorsi, the spinalis dorsi, and the costarum.

If the transducer were placed too far forward between the 11th and 12th rib, the costarum would appear larger and the spinalis dorsi would be larger and extends over the acorn fat of the longissimus Size: 1MB.

Bovine longissimus dorsi isolated from the 13th rib were frozen immediately after dissection and stored at C until protein analysis. To isolate protein extracts, bovine longissmus dorsi were weighed and thawed in buffer (7 M urea, 2 M thiourea, 4% CHAPS, and 10 mM DTT).

Homogenization (30 mg/ml) was performed at room. expressed protein in bovine longissimus dorsi and biceps femoris muscle. All differentially expressed protein spots in longissimus dorsi and biceps femoris are shown in Figure 1. We detected ±12 and ±14 protein spots in gels prepared from bovine longissimus dorsi muscle and biceps femoris muscle, respectively.

For several of them, good MS. Effects of genotype and slaughter weight on muscle fiber characteristics of longissimus dorsi muscle of Brahman (BRA) and Charolais (CHA) crossbred bulls Muscle fiber characteristics Genotype (G) PSE BRA CHA Fiber type Slow-twitch fiber (%) Fast-twitch fiber (%) Fiber cross-sectional area Slow-twitch fiber ([micro.

Effect of age, breed and sex on longissimus dorsi muscle area and subcutaneous fat depth in horses Allison Schauer University of Connecticut, Department of Animal Science Dr.

Kumar Venkitanarayanan (Honors advisor) Dr. Sarah Reed (Thesis advisor) 4/8/15Author: Allison L Schauer.

This study aimed to determine whether training aids (side reins and a Pessoa) increased the use of the longissimus dorsi when horses are being lunged. Horses were lunged on a circle under four different conditions on the left and right reins in walk and trot, and electromyographic (EMG) and speed measurements were taken using surface EMG at T16 and GPS, by:.

Cross-sectional area of muscle fibres, x µm2 M. longissimus dorsi ± M. semimbranosus ± M. gluteus superficialis ± M. infraspinatus ± M.

masseter ± Table 1. Birth weight, live weight, and carcass weight of pigs as well as organ weights, carcass composition and mean muscle fibre cross-sectional.Muscle fiber cross-sectional area was neither affected by genotype nor by slaughter weight.

Cross-sectional area of fast-twitch fibers was almost twice the size of slow-twitch fibers (6, and 3, μm2, respectively). Relationship between muscle fiber characteristics and water holding capacity Correlation coefficients (r) between muscle fiber.Objective: This study aimed to investigate the effects of cattle breed on meat ology: The beef used in this study came from four breeds of cattle, Bali, Pesisir, Simmental cross and Brahman cross, aged years with the same body scores.

The muscle sample used was the longissimus dorsi muscle. The breed of cattle (Bali, Pesisir, Simmental cross and Brahman cross) is designed.