EFFECT OF SUPPLEMENTED SUCROSE AND INJECTED INSULIN UNDER DIFFERENT RECOVERY TIME ON GLUCOSE, FRUCTOSE AND RIBOSE MEAT LAMB

  • Elis Dihansih Djuanda University
  • Eddie Gurnadi Bogor Agriculture University
  • C. Hanny Wijaya Bogor Agriculture University
  • Rudy Priyanto Bogor Agriculture University
Keywords: lamb, transportation, sucrose, insulin

Abstract

An experiment was conducted in order to study the influence of supplemented sucrose and  injected insulin under  different recovery  times following  transportation on lamb flavor quality. For the purpose the study used fifty four female local lamb (10 to 12 months of  age)  with  weight  ranging  from  14  to  17  kg.  The  experimental lamb  were assigned into a completely randomized design with 2x3x3 factorial arrangement with 3 replications. The first factor was sucrose supplementation with 2 levels (0 and  6 g/kg body weight).  The second factor was insulin injection  after  transportation with 3 levels (0, 0,3 and 0,6 IU). The third factor was the duration of recovery  times with 3 levels (2, 4 and 6 h prior to slaughtering). Parameters measured were glucose, fructose, and ribose. Results showed that   feeding  sugar and  injecting  insulin to  lamb  following  transportation increased glucose, fructose, and  ribose content of raw  meat while recovery  time  was not  affect meat sugar content. Interaction was not occur  between treatment of Sugar, insulin, and recovery  time.

Author Biographies

Eddie Gurnadi, Bogor Agriculture University

Faculty of Animal Science

C. Hanny Wijaya, Bogor Agriculture University

Faculty of food technology

Rudy Priyanto, Bogor Agriculture University

Faculty of Animal Science

Published
2020-06-09
How to Cite
Dihansih, E., Gurnadi, E., Wijaya, C. H., & Priyanto, R. (2020). EFFECT OF SUPPLEMENTED SUCROSE AND INJECTED INSULIN UNDER DIFFERENT RECOVERY TIME ON GLUCOSE, FRUCTOSE AND RIBOSE MEAT LAMB. Indonesian Journal of Applied Research (IJAR), 1(1), 60-64. https://doi.org/10.30997/ijar.v1i1.36