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linseed,

seed of the flaxflax,
common name for members of the Linaceae, a family of annual herbs, especially members of the genus Linum, and for the fiber obtained from such plants. The flax of commerce (several varieties of L.
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 plant.
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linseed

[′lin‚sēd]
(botany)
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Optimum four percent linseed in rabbit diet may be viewed as sufficient in order to both accomplish the enrichment associated with o-3 fatty acid and gaze after good item quality (DalleZotte and ZsoltSzendro, 2011).
Rabbits, diet and management: Research was carried out in order to explore the influence of various inclusion levels of whole linseed (up to 7%) in diets for growing rabbits on composition offatty acids, susceptibility to lipid oxidation, and sensory quality of the meat product.
The results of this study are against the findings of (Ajuyah et al., 1993) who stated that chickens fed on a diet containing 15% whole linseed when compared with a control diet showed slightly lower live weight and poorer weight gain in broiler.
Linseed enrichment has highly significant effect on pH values of both loin and hind leg meat.
The study was carried out to evaluate the fatty acids composition present in the blood stream and follicular liquid of cows supplemented with linseed or canola grains.
The diet CON (control), LIN (additions of whole linseed grains) and CAN (diet with addition of whole canola grains) were used.
Fatty acids composition of blood plasma and follicular liquid in linseed treatment
C17:1 n-7, C20:3 n-6, C20:4 n-6, C22:0, SFA percentages and n-6: n-3 ratio did not differ (p>0.10) between PLA and FLI in linseed treatment (Table 5).
Moreover, the extent of the decrease depends on the dietary linseed content.
The first experiment showed that increasing extruded linseed supply in a haybased diet resulted in a decrease in methane production.
Linseed supply significantly decreased methane emission in both experiments.
And last but not least, the Roasted Almond bar offers the smoothness of 42% quality milk chocolate combined with roasted almonds and linseeds.