16S rDNA analysis of archaea indicates dominance of Methanobacterium and high abundance of Methanomassiliicoccaceae in rumen of Nili-Ravi buffalo.

@article{Paul201516SRA,
  title={16S rDNA analysis of archaea indicates dominance of Methanobacterium and high abundance of Methanomassiliicoccaceae in rumen of Nili-Ravi buffalo.},
  author={Shyam Sundar Paul and Sitangshu M Deb and A Dey and Shriti Somvanshi and Dhananjai Singh and Rajendra Singh Rathore and Jill A. Stiverson},
  journal={Anaerobe},
  year={2015},
  volume={35 Pt B},
  pages={
          3-10
        }
}

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