The influence of full fat soybeans, roasted soybeans and soybean meal on the number and genera of the rumen ciliated protozoa of cattle
Keywords: Nutrition of cattle, Soya bean, Rumen, Protozoa
AbstractSix crossbred steers (300 kg live weight), with ruminal fistula, received the following treatments: A) full fat soybeans; B) full fat soybeans, roasted; and C) soybean meal, as protein sources in a ration with 50% concentrates: 50%
roughage (.Brachiaria decumbens hay). Statistical design was a "change-over" with periods of 28 days; on day 28 after feeding rumen liquor was collected and the protozoa concentration per ml determined. The concentration for treatment A was 633.2 x 10³ per ml, treatment B was 492.9 x 10³ per ml, and treatment C was 407.5 x 10³ per ml. These means were significantly different (p 0.05). Results are also reported for concentration by genus of protozoa in Entodinium, Diplodinium, Eudiplodinium, Epidinium, Pofyplastron, Isotricha
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Nogueira Filho, J. C., Lucci, C. de, Oliveira, M. E., Melotti, L., Valvasori, E., Lima, C., & Cunha, J. A. da. (1990). The influence of full fat soybeans, roasted soybeans and soybean meal on the number and genera of the rumen ciliated protozoa of cattle. Brazilian Journal of Veterinary Research and Animal Science, 27(1), 123-127. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.0000-0000.271123-127
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