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Bloat in cattle. XI. The foaming properties of proteins, saponins, and rumen liquor



Bloat in cattle. XI. The foaming properties of proteins, saponins, and rumen liquor



N. Z. J. agric. Res 2: 47-61



The foaming properties of rumen liquor, bovine salivary mucoprotein, cytoplasmic protein from red clover, and saponins from various pasture legumes were examined. Foam strengths of the saponin foams have pH optima, those from red clover and lucerne being pH 4.5 and 5. The presence of calcium in the saponin is necessary for the formation of rigid foams. Foams from red-clover cytoplasmic protein show maximum strengths at pH values ranging from 5.4 to 6.

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