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- Zhu, Wen; Wei, Zihai; Xu, Ningning; Yang, Fan; Yoon, Ilkyu; Chung, Yihua; Liu, Jianxin; Wang, Jiakun
- Journal of animal science and biotechnology 2017 v.8 no.1 pp. 36
- fermented foods, etc ; Fibrobacter succinogenes; Holstein; Megasphaera elsdenii; Ruminococcus albus; Saccharomyces cerevisiae; Selenomonas ruminantium; Streptococcus bovis; acetates; agroindustrial byproducts; ammonium nitrogen; bacteria; butyrates; cellulolytic microorganisms; corn meal; corn stover; dairy cows; dairy industry; diet; dry matter intake; energy; fermentation; fungi; lactation; lactic acid; milk; milk composition; milk production; nutritive value; pH; propionic acid; protein synthesis; rumen; rumen fermentation; rumen fungi; volatile fatty acids; Show all 36 Subjects
- ... BACKGROUND: A possible option to meet the increased demand of forage for dairy industry is to use the agricultural by-products, such as corn stover. However, nutritional value of crop residues is low and we have been seeking technologies to improve the value. A feeding trial was performed to evaluate the effects of four levels of Saccharomyces cerevisiae fermentation product (SCFP; Original XP; Di ...
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- Xu, Jia; Verbrugghe, Adronie; Lourenço, Marta; Cools, An; Liu, Daisy J. X.; Van de Wiele, Tom; Marzorati, Massimo; Eeckhaut, Venessa; Van Immerseel, Filip; Vanhaecke, Lynn; Campos, Miguel; Hesta, Myriam
- BMC veterinary research 2017 v.13 no.1 pp. 374
- fermented foods, etc ; Beagle; Clostridium; Lactobacillus; acetates; ammonia; bacteria; blood serum; body condition; butyrates; cross-over studies; denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis; dietary protein; dogs; feces; fermentation; genes; high protein diet; humans; intestinal microorganisms; low protein diet; metabolites; obesity; phenol; protein content; quantitative polymerase chain reaction; sulfates; veterinary medicine; Show all 28 Subjects
- ... BACKGROUND: High protein diets shift the faecal microbiota into a more unfavourable composition in obese humans. In lean dogs, higher protein consumption is accompanied with increased production of putrefactive fermentation products, whereas obese dogs have a different gut microbiota compared to lean dogs. Still, the impact of high dietary protein on gut microbiota in obese dogs remains unclear. T ...
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