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Fibrolytic potential of anaerobic fungi (Piromyces sp.) isolated from wild cattle and blue bulls in pure culture and effect of their addition on in vitro fermentation of wheat straw and methane…
- S. S. Paul, S. M. Deb, B. S. Punia, Dharminder Singh, Rajiv Kumar
- Biology, MedicineJournal of the science of food and agriculture
- 1 May 2010
The fungal isolate CF1 has high potential for use as a microbial feed additive in buffaloes to improve digestibility of fibrous feeds without increasing methane emission per unit of digested feed.
Isolation and characterization of novel sulphate-reducing Fusobacterium sp. and their effects on in vitro methane emission and digestion of wheat straw by rumen fluid from Indian riverine buffaloes
Effect of feeding isolates of anaerobic fungus Neocallimastix sp. CF 17 on growth rate and fibre digestion in buffalo calves
The present study showed that encapsulated fungi have a high potential to be used as feed additive at the farmers' level and that weekly dosing can increase growth performance of wheat straw based diets.
Antibacterial Sensitivity and Resistance Pattern of Yak Intramammary Infection from Arunachal Pradesh, India
An assessment of social vulnerability to climate change among the districts of Arunachal Pradesh, India
An initial molecular signature of Indian isolates of Toxocara
On the basis of phylogenetic analysis of atp6, 12S and transcribed spacer sequences, three species could be clustered in three different groups and number of preferred and non preferred codons also varied in between three species of Toxocara of Indian origin.
16S rDNA analysis of archaea indicates dominance of Methanobacterium and high abundance of Methanomassiliicoccaceae in rumen of Nili-Ravi buffalo.
Molecular Characterization of the Interferon-tau Gene of the Mithun (Bos frontalis)
- K. S. Rajaravindra, A. Mitra, A. Sharma, S. M. Deb, Arjava Sharma
- BiologyZoological science
- 1 July 2006
The characterization of mitIFNT represents the first complete sequence of any gene from the mithun, and was more than 85% similar to the homologous genes of domestic and wild ruminant species characterized to date.
Genetic assessment of leech species from yak (Bos grunniens) in the tract of Northeast India
This study investigated, through combined approach of molecular markers and morphological parameters for the identification of leech species infesting yak, the presence of the species from genus Hirudinaria, Haemadipsa, Whitmania, and one species Myxobdella annandalae, which has not been previously reported from this region.
Identification and expression profiling of MSY genes of yak for bull fertility
The identified MSY genes can be used to establish male-specific characteristics and to differentiate male and female yak genotypically and may act as valuable resources to understand the capacity of spermatogenesis, embryogenesis, cellular growth, azoospermia and male subfertility in the yak.