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Effect of levels and kinds of nitrogen and energy sources on the utilization of non-protein nitrogen compounds by rumen microorganisms in vitro



Effect of levels and kinds of nitrogen and energy sources on the utilization of non-protein nitrogen compounds by rumen microorganisms in vitro



Japanese Journal of Zootechnical Science 45(3): 157-164



Rumen fluid, withdrawn from a sheep fed on a commercial dairy cow diet and lucerne hay cubes (3:2), was strained and incubated under CO2 with additions of a mineral mixture, a source of N and maize starch, for several hours, after which the microbial protein formed was estimated. Whem the N source was urea, increasing amounts of it resulted in increased protein synthesis but decreased proportional utilization of urea.

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