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Bacterial and protozoal interactions with ruminal fungi



Bacterial and protozoal interactions with ruminal fungi



Proceedings of the Tri National Workshop Microbial and Plant Opportunities to improve lignocellulose utilization by ruminants held in Athens, Georgia, April 30 May 4, 1990: 311-324



This review discusses current knowledge on the qualitative aspects of interactions of bacteria and protozoa with rumen fungi.

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