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Effect of different realignments of Basidiomycetes treatment in waste substrate of Pleurotus ostreatus on cell wall composition and degradability of dry matter in the rumen



Effect of different realignments of Basidiomycetes treatment in waste substrate of Pleurotus ostreatus on cell wall composition and degradability of dry matter in the rumen



Journal of Fujian Agricultural and Forestry University 31(4): 503-505



Three kinds of Basidiomycetes (Lentinus edodes (Le), Auricularia polytricha (Ap), and Dictyophora indusiata (Di)) and different realignments were used to treat the waste substrate of Pleurotus ostreatus (WSPO) to study the effects on cell wall composition and degradability of dry matter in the rumen.

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