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- Broudiscou, L.P., et al. Show all 2 Author
- Journal of animal science 2009 v.87 no.4 pp. 1366-1373
- goats; dairy animals; rumen microorganisms; inoculum; species diversity; experimental diets; monoterpenoids; linalool; ocimene; alpha-pinene; beta-pinene; sabinene; isomers; biodegradation; antibiotics; Gram-positive bacteria; dietary energy sources; starch; polysaccharides; fiber content; redox potential; temporal variation; in vitro studies
- ... This in vitro study evaluated the roles of diet type and redox potential in the degradation of linalool, (E)- and (Z)-β-ocimene, α-phellandrene, (-)-β-pinene, (-)-α-pinene, (+)-α-pinene, sabinene, and α-terpinene when incubated with rumen microflora, and it provided information on the time course of their disappearance. The 9 monoterpenes are found in the winter and spring diets of dairy goats in ...
- Broudiscou, L.P., et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Journal of the science of food and agriculture 2007 v.87 no.9 pp. 1653-1658
- goats; food animals; rumen microorganisms; in vitro studies; monoterpenoids; sesquiterpenoids; rumen fermentation; biomarkers; pastures; forage; chemical constituents of plants
- ... The extent of disappearance of 10 mono- and sesquiterpenes in presence of mixed rumen micro-organisms has been measured in 24-h batch cultures. The molecules that were tested are frequently found in the plants consumed by ruminants in highland pastures (limonene, β-myrcene, β-ocimene, α-pinene, sabinene, γ-terpinene and thymol) or are potential markers of the diet (camphene, β-caryophyllene and α- ...