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Studies on the population of rumen ciliates as affected by feeding



Studies on the population of rumen ciliates as affected by feeding



Korean Journal of Veterinary Research 19(2): 143-147



Eight cows were divided into 2 equal groups and fed urea or urea plus Zeolite. Total ciliate numbers decreased from 209 540 to 113 755 4.311 h after feeding urea and rose to 151 030 by 7 h after feeding. In the cattle fed urea plus Zeolite the numbers decreased from 381 430 to 203 125 by 4.406 h and increased to 265 230 by 7 h after feeding. The population composition of the ciliates was not altered; Entodinium simplex was the major ciliate in both treatments.

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