omasal

omasal

(əʊˈmeɪsəl)
adj
of, relating to, or emanating from the omasum
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Effects of feeding lauric acid or coconut oil on ruminal protozoa numbers, fermentation pattern, digestion, omasal nutrient flow, and milk production in dairy cows.
Diagnostic and prognostic indicator of omasal impaction in buffaloes (Bubalusbubalis).
The decellularized bovine omasal laminae showed two protein bands (thick), one of 31 KDa and another of 116 KDa at 24 h and one protein band (thin) of 31 KDa at 48 h are presented in Fig 5a & b.
Macroscopic anatomy of the omasum of free-ranging moose (Alces alces) and muskoxen (Ovibos moschatus) and a comparison of the omasal laminal surface area in 34 ruminant species.
The full weight of rumen and the weight of rumen digesta, expressed as percent of total stomach weight, were greater in B than in C (P = 0.04 and 0.06, respectively), but the full weight of omasum and the weight of omasal digesta were lower in B than in C (P = 0.05 and 0.07, respectively).
Lundy III FP, Jenkins TC (2003) The ability of amide versus calcium salts of soybean oil to increase unsaturated fatty acid concentration in omasal or continuous culture samples.
Wet omasal load decreased gradually with time from 0 to 12 h after feeding, but increased at 24 h after feeding.
Feeding quality fodder is one of the important managemental practices that determines the productivity of dairy animals, but fodder scarcity during dry months and sudden changes in dietary constituents causes rumen and omasal impaction.