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Effect of yeast cultures supplementation on live weight change, rumen fermentation, ciliate protozoa population, microbial hydrolytic enzymes status and slaughtering performance of growing lamb
Abstract Yeast cultures are being exploited as a substitute of antibiotics in animal feeding to promote gut health and performance. This experiment assessed the effect of supplementation of the liveExpand
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Selection of white‐rot basidiomycetes for bioconversion of mustard (Brassica compestris) straw under solid‐state fermentation into energy substrate for rumen micro‐organism
Aims:  Selection of white‐rot fungi of bio‐conversion of mustard straw (MS) into feed for ruminants.
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Effect of different liquid cultures of live yeast strains on performance, ruminal fermentation and microbial protein synthesis in lambs.
Three yeast strains, Kluyveromyces marximanus NRRL-3234 (KM), Saccharomyces cerevisiae NCDC-42 (SC) and Saccharomyces uvarum ATCC-9080 (SU), and a mixed culture (1:1:1 ratio) were evaluated for theirExpand
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Growth, haematology, blood constituents and immunological status of lambs fed graded levels of animal feed grade damaged wheat as substitute of maize.
The aim of this study was to explore possibilities of utilization of animal feed grade damaged wheat (ADW) in lamb feeding, and assess the effect of ADW and its aflatoxin on intake, growth,Expand
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Optimization of Solid State Fermentation of Mustard (Brassica campestris) Straw for Production of Animal Feed by White Rot Fungi (Ganoderma lucidum)
The objective of the experiment was to determine the optimum cultural [moisture levels (55, 60 and 70%), days of fermentation (7, 14 and 21), temperature (25 and 35°C) of incubation)] and nutritionalExpand
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Intake, nutrient utilization, rumen fermentation, microbial hydrolytic enzymes and hemato-biochemical attributes of lactating goats fed concentrate containing Brassica juncea oil meal
Abstract The effect of incorporation of Brassica juncea oil meal (BJM) was evaluated on intake, nutrient utilization, performance, rumen fermentation, microbial hydrolytic enzymes andExpand
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Haematology, blood biochemistry and tissue histopathology of lambs maintained on diets containing an insect controlling protein (Cry1Ac) in Bt-cottonseed.
This experiment assessed the effect of feeding genetically modified cottonseed (Bt) containing an insect controlling protein (Cry1Ac) on haematology, blood biochemistry and histopathology of lambs.Expand
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Heterosis in sesame.
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Effect of inorganic and organic zinc and copper supplementation on performance, nutrient utilization, rumen fermentation and blood biochemistry of kids
Aim of the present study was to assess the effect of inorganic and organic zinc and copper supplementation on intake, nutrient utilization, performance, feed efficiency and hemato, blood biochemicalsExpand
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Weight gain and body conformational changes in weaner lambs fed high concentrate diets containing graded levels of sodium bicarbonate
This study was conducted to assess the body weight (BW) gain, body conformational changes and to develop the equation to predict the body weight based on body measurements in lambs fed highExpand
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