It is well known that the longissimus
dorsi muscle belongs to glycolytic muscle category, while triceps muscles are oxidative.
Afterwards, they were split lengthwise along the spine and the longissimus
dorsi (6th to 10th thoracic vertebra) was separated to measure the physical and chemical composition of the meat.
A sequestrated cyst slightly away from the main lesion was seen measuring (13 x 16mm) in size, involving left longissimus
capitus muscle inferiorly and close to the left parotid gland superiorly.
thoracis were taken at the level of the 6th rib for instrumental meat analysis (drip and cooked losses).
Furthermore, the genotypes identified in this study should be supported with phenotypic testing studies on longissimus
dorsi muscle (entrecote) in TGC with WBSF device as a subject of future research.
The REA was evaluated as a cross-sectional area of the Longissimus
dorsi muscle between the 12th and 13th ribs.
With the previous studies in mind, in order to assess the activity of trunk as well as lower limb muscles; the following muscles were chosen: rectus abdominus, external oblique, longissimus
, multifidus as well as vastus medialis, vastus lateralis and hamstrings, all from the right side of the subjects' body.
The subcutaneous fat thickness and the Longissimus
dorsi muscle area were determined 24 h pre-mortem using a ultrasound equipment, the USM were taken between the 12 and 13 thoracic vertebra (TF and TLD) and between 3 and 4 lumbar vertebra (LF and LLD).
Previous studies have demonstrated that DNAJA1 could be a good indicator of beef toughness in Longissimus
thoracis muscle from Charolais young bulls.
EFFECT OF BODY CONDITION OF HOLSTEIN COWS ON WATER HOLDING CAPACITY, INSOLUBLE COLLAGEN AND SHEAR FORCE IN LONGISSIMUS
En la literatura cientifica internacional se encuentra amplia informacion sobre los componentes de la carne de alpaca, especialmente del musculo Longissimus
They consist of several different muscles, the major ones being: internal and external obliques (sides of your abs), the diaphragm, the longissimus
thoracis (back), the transversus abdominis (from back to front like a corset), multifidus (low back area) and rectus abdominis (six-pack).