RESEARCH REGARDING THE CHANGES OF BIOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS AT YOUTH CUNICUL FROM GIANT BELGIAN BREED
Roxana Lazăr, P.C. Boişteanu, Ancuţa Elena Coşuleanu, Gabriela Tărnăuceanu
The determination of blood biochemical parameters in young cunicul aged from 0 to 4 months, allows the physiological status interpretation in order to characterize the productive future of these individuals. The biochemical parameters analysis (total protein, triglycerides, cholesterol, glucose, amylase, ALT, AST, Ca, Fe, Mg, P) leads to the metabolic and functional interpretation of the physiological status useful for interpreting the application of some growth and exploitation factors for the studied species. The technology selection for growth, maintenance, nutrition, breeding is argued by the physiological and nutritional metabolic comfort established between the animal and environment. The obtained results lead to a biochemical characterization of the Giant Belgian half breed, widely dispersed in household systems, highlighting the differences between the age groups and allow the possibility of metabolic status interpretation through the presented values dynamic.
Key words: metabolic profile, protein content, youth cunicul, blood biochemistry