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Comparative in vitro rumen fungal degradation and gas production of cellulosic feeds in cattle and buffalo


Comparative in vitro rumen fungal degradation and gas production of cellulosic feeds in cattle and buffalo



Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 72(2): 174-179



ISSN/ISBN: 0367-8318

Ruminal degradations (in vitro) of DM and fibrous components in 9 substrates, besides gas production profile by anaerobic fungi which were compared in cattle and buffalo were influenced (P<0.01) by cell wall structural carbohydrates and varied between cattle and buffalo. Cattle fungi was better (P<0.01) than buffalo fungi in fermenting DM of substrates, which corroborated the pattern on ruminal gas production volume.

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