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Judul: Kandungan Iodium Telur Pertama Ayam Fase Pullet yang Diberi Pakan Rumput Laut (Gracilaria edulis)
Penulis: Wiesje Martha Horhoruw  || email:
Jurnal: Agrinimal Vol. 2 no. 1 - hal. 12-16 Tahun 2012  [ Pertanian ]
Keywords:  Seaweed Gracilaria edulis, feedstuff, iodine content, pullet phase
Abstract: This research was aimed to investigate the effect of using seaweed as feedstuff on iodine content in egg. The materials used were 126 hens Lohman Brown strain aged 14 weeks and divided into seven level of seaweed treatments, respectively: 0%, 2.5 %, 7.5%, 10%, 12.5% and 15%. Observed parameters were iodine content in fresh yolk, boiled yolk, fresh albumin and boiled albumin (ppm). The results showed that there was no significant effect of the treatments on iodine content both in fresh egg and boiled albumin. Iodine content in fresh egg for the five treatments were respectively 0,47; 0,48; 0,50 ; 0,52; 0,55; 0,56; and 0,60 ppm; in boiled yolk were 0,37; 0,38; 0,39; 0,40; 0,45; 0,47; and 0,48 ppm respectively; in fresh albumin were 0,18; 0,19; 0,20; 0,29; 0,28; 0,31; and 0,34 ppm respectively; and in boiled albumin were respectively 0,16; 0,17; 0,19; 0,20; 0,21; 0,24; and 0,25 ppm. It was concluded that the application of seaweed as feedstuff at up to 15% has no effect yet on iodine content in both fresh and boiled egg yolk. The same result also found in both fresh and boiled egg albumin. The higher level of seaweed flour in the feedstuff, the higher content of iodine in eggs available.
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