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Diferenciación del aparato digestivo de los rumiantes: comparación entre oveja (Ovis aries), rebeco (Rupricapra Pyrenaica) y cabra montés (Capra pyrenaica)

AuthorsMantecón, Ángel R. ; Frutos, Pilar ; Lavín, Santiago; Marco, I.; Lavín, Paz
KeywordsRumiantes
Aparato digestivo
Issue Date1993
PublisherUniversidad de Córdoba
CitationArchivos de Zootecnia, 1993, 42, 445-450
Abstract[ES] Se han utilizado los datos correspondientes a 11 ovejas (Ovisaries), l0 cabras monteses (Capra pyrenaica) y 24 rebecos (Rupicapra pyrenaica). El aparato digestivo, una vez separada la grasa omental y mesentérica, ss fraccionó en los siguientes compartimentos: retículo-rumen, omaso, abomaso, intestino delgado, intestino grueso y ciego. El peso total del aparato digestivo vacío y de todos sus compartimentos fue mayor en las ovejas que en los rebecos, ocupando la cabra montés una situación intermedia. En relación con el aparato digestivo total, la oveja presenta una menor proporción de retículo-rumen y omaso que la cabra y el rebeco, siendo mayor el desarrollo relativo del abomaso, intestino gruso y ciego.
[EN] A total of Il ewes (Ovis mies), 10 spanish ibex(Capra pyrenaica) and 24 chamois (Rupicapra pyrenaica) were used. The digestive tract was separated in: reticulum-rumen, omasum, abomasum, small intestine, large intestine and caecun. Total digestive tract weight and its components were higher in the sheep than the chamois, with a interrnediate value for the spanish ibex. There were the same differences when the weights were expresed as proportion of empty body weight The proportion of reticulum-rumen and omasum as proportion of total empty digestive tract was lower and the abomasum, large intestine and caecum were higher for the sheep than the other two species. The relationship among different digestive parts changed in the ruminant species studied.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/8125
ISSN0004-0592
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