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Synonyms for rumen

the first compartment of the stomach of a ruminant

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The rumen methanogens turned out to be highly similar species in all rumens across the world," AgResearch scientist Dr Peter Janssen said in the statement.
The Global Rumen Census project analyzed the microbes responsible for methane emissions from a wide range of ruminant animals around the world and found they were all similar.
The majority of goat rumen bacteria identified in this study have been previously reported in the rumens of cow or lamb, such as Prevotella ruminicola 23, Butyrivibrio proteoclasticus B316, and Butyrivibrio fibrisolvens (Bryant and Small, 1956; Van Gylswyk and Van Der Toorn, 1986; McKain et al.
For other ruminant animals, Toyoda and coworkers analyzed the cellulose-binding proteins from sheep rumens, which consisted of endo-glucanases, proteins from fiber degrading bacterium and exo-glucanases, respectively (Toyoda et al.
The rumen works just like an organization," Flythe says.
In the laboratory, Flythe introduced dried hops flowers and hops extracts to cultures of both pure HAB and a bacterial mix collected from a live cow's rumen.
Lameness, rumen upsets and displaced abomasums are familiar disorders in high input, high output herds and can cost up to pounds 500 per cow per lactation.
Ms Rumens told the congregation: 'You know the danger of falling debris, the images you carry with you are not learned from television, radio or the press, it is your heart that beats, you know what fire smells like, you know the touch of charred wood and twisted metal.
DFM effects in the rumens of dairy cows have been studied in a feeding trial, in which mixtures of E.
It is commonly accepted that microbial protein synthesis (MPS) in the rumen is the most important process in maximizing the amino acid supply to a ruminant.
Samples were incubated in the rumens for 24, 12, 8, 4, 2 and 0 h.
The effect of urea and urea plus sodium sulphate on microbial protein production in the rumens of sheep given diets high in alkali-treated barley straw.
Because hydrogen derives mainly from carbohydrates and is supplied for methane production in the rumen (Figure 1), carbohydrate degradation is often the focus of efforts to abate methane production from livestock rumens.
The rumen possesses a complex symbiotic microbiota that ferments feedstuffs to a mixture of VFA that are the major energy source for ruminants.
The discovery--and thwarting--of three previously unknown microorganisms in the rumen of cattle could lead to a dramatic decrease in the amount of dietary protein wasted by ruminant animals, says one of the researchers who discovered the bacteria.