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Effect of salivary stimulant on rumen water kinetics, in vitro fermentation rate and net growth of rumen microorganisms in buffaloes



Effect of salivary stimulant on rumen water kinetics, in vitro fermentation rate and net growth of rumen microorganisms in buffaloes



International Journal of Animal Sciences 9(2): 113-116



A positive correlation between increased rumen dilution rate and increased microbial growth has been demonstrated in ruminants. Osmotically active agents have been employed a means to increase rumen fluid dilution rate. Since rumen liquid dilution rate is dependent on salivation, the effect of feeding ginger (Zingiber officinale) 0.4 g/kg body weight on rumen water kinetics and efficiency of microbial growth was studied in buffaloes.

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