gaumeri present in the secondary vegetation of the forest have a good potential in the feeding of ruminants due to their highe st fermentability
in the rumen.
In vitro ruminal fluid fermentability
of Mucuna pruriens, Mucuna l-dopa and soybean meal incubated with or without l-dopa.
To evaluate the fermentability
of the sugars generated from the alkali-pretreated soybean straw, ethanol production was performed using Saccharomyces cerevisiae W303-1A .
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Van Zyl et al, (1988) reported that Ca [(OH).sub.2] treatment gives better results for increasing fermentability
than NaOH adjustment due to precipitation of toxic compounds.
Therefore, the objectives of this research were first to determine the microbiological characteristics of juice from two clones of energy cane (Type I) and second, their fermentability
as feedstock for utilization in ethanol distilleries.
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(2006) found that the antimicrobial activity of tyhmol used at a dose of 500 mg/L led to an increased pH, depression in total VFA concentration and a reduction in diet fermentability
. However, in another study, Castillejos et al.
Effects of changes in chemical and structural characteristic of ammonia fibre expansion (AFEX) pretreated oil palm empty fruit bunch fibre on enzymatic saccharification and fermentability
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of human milk oligosaccharides by several strains of bifidobacteria.
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