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The study was carried out to examine how the fatty acid compositions of oils (soybean and palm oils) were reflected in the products and their effects on the growing performance of broilers. Feed consumption, body weight, abdominal fat/carcass yield and fatty acid levels of abdominal fat were determined. During treatment (day 0 to 38), the highest growth rate was recorded in control group while the lowest was in broilers fed a ration containing soybean oil. At the end of trial, the carcass fat content was generally higher in all treated groups compared to the control. Fatty acids composition was found to be greatly influenced by the dietary fat. The highest level of poly-unsaturated fatty acid was obtained from the group fed ration contained soybean oil. Consequently, the compositions of fatty acids from these sorts of animal products presented for human consumption was seen to highly alter depending on animal nutrition.
Palm oil, Soybean oil, Broilers, Carcass performance, Fatty acid composition, Cellular Biology Techniques, Structural Biology Techniques