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Effect of acetic acid treating and autoclaving of bitter vetch on nutrients degradability, protozoa counts, metabolisable protein and CNCPS protein fractionation

Faezeh Shahbazi; Mehdi Kazemi-Bonchenari; Amir Hossein Khaltabadi-Farahani; Hamed Khalilvandi

Volume 49, Issue 4 , March 2019, , Pages 545-556

http://dx.doi.org/10.22059/ijas.2019.267337.653664

Abstract
  The present study was evaluated the effects of acetic acid treating and autoclaving the bitter vetch (Vicia ervilia) on nutrients degradability, protozoa counts, some ruminal parameters, and metabolisable protein. Three Farahani permanent rumen-canulated sheep were used in a 3×3 Latin square design ...  Read More

Influence of Grape Pomace Extract on in vitro Gas Production Kinetics and on Ruminal Unicellular Population of Inoculum in Sheep

Mohammad Javad Abarghuei; Yusof Rouzbahan

Volume 44, Issue 4 , January 2014, , Pages 375-384

http://dx.doi.org/10.22059/ijas.2013.50381

Abstract
  Different levels of Grape pomace Extract (GE) were evaluated for their effect on in vitro gas production and as well on some such ruminal fermentation parameters as apparent degraded substrate, Volatile Fatty Acids (VFA), and microbial protein production, in sheep, as ruminal inoculum donor. As for extraction, ...  Read More

The Effect of Adaptation to Oak Leaves on Digestibility (in vitro) and Ruminal Parameters in Alamout Goat

Seyed Mahdi Maldar; Yousef Roozbehan; Daruish Alipour

Volume 41, Issue 3 , December 2010, , Pages 243-252

Abstract
  This experiment was carried out to investigate the effect of adaptation period to oak leave's tannin on rumen pH and ammonia, rumen microbial population, gas production and dry matter true digestibility (IVTDMD) in Alamout Goat’s rumen (with no previous history of oak leaf consumption) compared with ...  Read More