The microflora of the rumen
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Published by Meadowfield in Durham, Eng .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Rumen -- Microbiology.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 49.

StatementP. N. Hobson.
SeriesPatterns of progress: Microbiology series, Patterns of progress: Microbiology series
The Physical Object
Pagination49 p. :
Number of Pages49
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16420194M
ISBN 100900541946
OCLC/WorldCa16380216

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MICROBIOLOGY OF THE RUMEN 1. Introduction A. Gastrointestinal tracts of ruminant species (& also others) - Colonized by a diversity of microorganisms, and the use of fibrous feedstuffs by depends on the metabolic activities of populations of anaerobic microbes in the rumen and the large intestine.   Burk A. Dehority's research interests are in the area of rumen microbiology, focusing on the bacteria, protozoa and fungi responsible for the breakdown of forage structural carbohydrates and their interactions. His studies have involved enumeration, isolation and identification of the functionally active rumen bacteria and the effects of ration s: 1. The Rumen and Its Microbes is a contribution to the ecology of this important microbial habitat. Relatively few microbial habitats have been subjected to a thorough quantitative ecological analysis. The rumen fermentation is peculiarly suitable because of its relatively constant and continuous nature and because of the very rapid rates of.   The effect of stabilized rumen extract on growth and development of calves. 2. Digestive activity in the rumen and development of microflora in the rumen and faeces. Z. Tierphysiol. Tierrernahr. Futtermittelkd. 51 20– /jtbx ; Ziolecki A., Briggs C. A. (). The microflora of the rumen of young calf: II.

Rumen Microbiology: From Evolution to Revolution. by Anil Kumar Puniya, Rameshwar Singh, Devki Nandan Kamra July This book offers an in-depth description of different groups of microbes (i.e. bacteria, protozoa, fungi and viruses) that exist in the rumen microbial community, and offers an overview of rumen microbiology, the rumen microbial ecosystem of domesticated ruminants, and rumen. This book offers an in-depth description of different groups of microbes (i.e. bacteria, protozoa, fungi and viruses) that exist in the rumen microbial community, and offers an overview of rumen microbiology, the rumen microbial ecosystem of domesticated ruminants, and rumen microbial diversity. It. A potential target for the introduction of such new genetic information is the rumen ecosystem. Goals might include the modification of fermentation products, the introduction of improved or novel pathways for the degradation of feedstuff s, the suppression of undesirable metabolic pathways, and the production of novel substances which can.   Rumen protozoa multiply very slowly in the rumen over hours – as opposed to the bacteria that may take as little as 13 minutes to multiply. For this reason, the rumen protozoa hide out in the slower moving fiber mat of the rumen so that they aren’t washed out before they have a .