Synergy between ruminal fibrolytic enzymes and enzymes from Trichoderma longibrachiatum.

@article{Morgavi2000SynergyBR,
  title={Synergy between ruminal fibrolytic enzymes and enzymes from Trichoderma longibrachiatum.},
  author={Diego P. Morgavi and Karen A Beauchemin and Victor Nsereko and Lyle M. Rode and Alan D. Iwaasa and W. Z. Yang and Tim A. McAllister and Y Wang},
  journal={Journal of dairy science},
  year={2000},
  volume={83 6},
  pages={
          1310-21
        }
}
The mechanism by which enzyme additives improve feed digestion in ruminants is not fully understood. Direct hydrolysis of feed in the rumen is a potential mode of action, but the importance of this mode needs to be quantified because of the relatively low exogenous hydrolase activity added compared with the total activity present in the rumen. We examined the interactions between ruminal and exogenous enzymes on fiber degradation using a completely randomized experimental design, with an 11… Expand
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