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Digesta passage and microbial protein synthesis



Digesta passage and microbial protein synthesis



Control of digestion and metabolism in ruminants Proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium on Ruminant Physiology held at Banff, Canada, September 10th-14th, 1984: 196-223



This paper considers how ruminal digestion rate, ruminal retention time, and microbial protein synthesis may be altered by feed intake, roughage:concentrate ratio, feed processing and additives.

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