Degradation of protein and utilization of the hydrolytic products by a predominant ruminal bacterium, Prevotella ruminicola B1(4).

@article{Griswold1997DegradationOP,
  title={Degradation of protein and utilization of the hydrolytic products by a predominant ruminal bacterium, Prevotella ruminicola B1(4).},
  author={Kenneth E. Griswold and R. I. Mackie},
  journal={Journal of dairy science},
  year={1997},
  volume={80 1},
  pages={167-75}
}
Degradation and utilization of protein by Prevotella ruminicola B1(4), a proteolytic bacterium that is prominent in the rumen, was examined. In preliminary experiments, proteinaceous N sources produced faster growth rates than did NH4Cl, based on changes in optical density over time. However, ammonium chloride produced a greater maximum cell density than did proteinaceous N sources. Of the proteinaceous N sources, an enzymatic hydrolysate of soybean protein with a relative peptide size of 3 AA… CONTINUE READING
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