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Record number 519604
Title Eating behaviour and satiety in male broiler- and layer chicks
Author(s) Bokkers, E.A.M.; Koene, P.
Source In: Proceedings of the 36th International Congress of the ISAE. - Wageningen : International Society for Applied Ethology (ISAE) - p. 53 - 53.
Event Wageningen : International Society for Applied Ethology (ISAE) 36th International Congres ISAE, Egmond aan Zee, 2002-08-06/2002-08-10
Department(s) Animal Production Systems
WIAS
LR - Animal Behaviour & Welfare
Chair Ethology
Wageningen Institute of Animal ScienceWIAS
Publication type Abstract in scientific journal or proceedings
Publication year 2002
Keyword(s) broilers - layer chicks - eating behaviour - satiety - hunger
Abstract The satiety mechanism can be expressed as the positive correlation between meal
length and the length of the preceding (preprandial) interval; the hunger mechanism as
the positive correlation between meal length and the length of the succeeding
(postprandial) interval. It has been suggested that broilers have a disturbed hunger and
satiety mechanism. This may be reflected especially in the preprandial correlations
since Burkhart et al. (1983, Behav. Genet. 13, 295-300) suggested that selection for
increased body weight damaged the hypothalamic satiety mechanisms leading to a
failure to diminish the hunger drive and consequently to overconsumption. An
experiment was conducted to measure length of eating bouts and intervals to calculate
pre- and postprandial correlations of male broiler- and layer chicks.
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