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Title: Dtto

Mužic, S.
Božac, Romano
Živković, Josip (55725)
Rupić, Vlatko
Blažević, R.
Journal: World Rabbit Science
Number: 2
Volume: 2
Year: 1994
Pages: from 61 to 65
Number of references: 11
Language: engleski
Summary: In order to close the technological chain: cerals - fungi - meat, the possibility of using the substratum of the production of Pleurotus pulmonarius in the nutrition of rabbits is investigated. Sixty male Hyla rabbits, aged 30 days divided in four equal group (A, B, C, D) were included in trial. They were fed 9 weeks ad libitum on one of the 4 pelleted feeds, comprising 0%, 10%, 20% or 30% respectively of the substratum left after production of Pleurotus pulmonarius. According to the results of the feeding part of the trial, the rabbits of all the groups consumed their diets and grew normally (23-24 g/day). Some occasional individual defferences didn,t influence significantly their average food conversion (3,9-4,2) nor total weight gain (P 0.05). The meat was organolepticaly good, as it was expected from the chemical analysis results. So fattening Hyla rabbits with diets partially composed of the substratum of the production of Pleurotus pulmonarius up to 30% is justified because it doesn,t influence significantly the investigated parameters.

Title: Dtto

Jovanovac, S.
Jurić, I.
Benčević, Krsto
Živković, Josip (55725)
Borić, Ante
Journal: Szaktancsok
Number: 3-4
ISSN: 240 -
Year: 1993
Pages: from 5 to 8
Number of references: 10
Language: engleski
Summary: The aim of the research performed was to establish reliability and applicability of methods and formulae used in Germany for estimation of meat share in swine carcasses in relation to carcasses of swine bred in the Republic of Croatia. For this purpose, 50 primarily processed swine carcasses were dissected. From the dissection the real meat share in the carcasses was determined. On the same carcasses certain measurements of fat thickness of the muscles on the spots regulated by the German instrumental method ("D"), manual method ("ZP") and JUS-method were made. By assing given values in corresponding formulae, including coeffincients calculated on the basis of meat share determined from German populations, we have scientifically determined differences between real meat share and share of meat according to applied methods. Correlation coefficients between meat share determined by dissection (49,80%) and those determined by applied estimation methods (JUS=39,63%; "D"=47,11%; "ZP"=48,02%) show the highest statistical relation to "ZP"-method (r=0,802**), slightly lower than JUS-method (r=0,747**) and than "D"-method (r=0,731**). We conclude, upon these results, that the methods used "ZP" and "D" are sufficiently reliable for temporary use in estimation of meat share in carcasses of swine bred in the Republic of Croatia.

Title: The Occurence of Listeria spp. in Meat in the Republic of Croatia.

Živković, Josip (55725)
Uhitil, Sunčica
Hadžiosmanović, Mirza (15054)
Number: Worl
Volume: 3rd
Year: 1992
Pages: from 501 to 505
Number of references: 104
Language: engleski
Summary: Prevalence of bacteria Listeria spp. in the meat of cattle,bullocks and heifers, calves, pigs and chicken in the Republic ofCroatia has been investigated. It can be coccluded on the basisof the results obtained that FSIS treatment for the isolation ofListeria spp. in meat including pre-gradual enrichment in UVMbroth culture as well as gradual enrichment in Fraser solutionand isolation by means of MOX agar proved to be multilateralyefficient for the number of positive findings (12,6%) in regardto the treatment of so-called cool incubation and isolation ofthe mentioned bacteria by means of L-broth culture (Merck, No.109859) and L-agar (Merck, No. 10986; 3,02%). The number ofListeria spp. positive findings same to 1,44% in beef, baby beefand veal meat, 3,33% in chicken meat, 6,82% in pork and 41,67% inchoped, mixed beef and pork meat; total od 6,41% in regard to theentire number of investigated meat samples (n=359). Isolated strains od Listeria spp. have been bichemicaly determined as L.monocytogenes (74%) and L.innocua (17%), whilethe remainder of isolated strains (9%) has not been determineddue to the marked variability of their biochemical indicators. The established level of contamination points to the fact thatbacteria Listeria spp. owing to their public health significancehave to be included in the monitoring programs andveterinary-sanitary control in the production and circulation ofmeat in the republic of Croatia.

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