The origin of nitrogen incorporated into compounds in the rumen bacteria of steers given protein- and urea-containing diets.

@article{Salter1979TheOO,
  title={The origin of nitrogen incorporated into compounds in the rumen bacteria of steers given protein- and urea-containing diets.},
  author={D N. Salter and Keyvan Daneshvar and Robert H. Smith},
  journal={The British journal of nutrition},
  year={1979},
  volume={41 1},
  pages={197-209}
}
1. Two young Friesian steers fitted with rumen cannulas were each given three different isonitrogenous and isoenergetic diets for successive periods of 2-3 weeks. The diets consisted mainly of straw and tapioca, with the nitrogen supplied mainly as decorticated groundnut meal(DCGM; diet A), in approximately equal amounts of DCGM and urea (diet B), or entirely as urea (diet C). 2. At the end of each period on a given diet, part of the dietary urea of a morning feed was replaced by a solution of… CONTINUE READING

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