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Yields and composition of holecellulose prepared from varous feeds and feces

by United States. Agricultural Research Service. Dairy Husbandry Research Branch

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Published in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Feeds,
  • Holocellulose,
  • Analysis

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsEly, R. E.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination7 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25931622M

    The average amount of SCFA found in the feces from lean and obese subjects were not statistically different ( ± mmol and ± mmol, respectively). However, it was clear that there was a great inter-individual difference regarding the amount of each SCFA in both groups. When comparing the production of each SCFA and the Cited by: Compost (/ ˈ k ɒ m p ɒ s t / or / ˈ k ɒ m p oʊ s t /) is organic matter that has been decomposed in a process called composting. This process recycles various organic materials otherwise regarded as waste products and produces a soil conditioner (the compost).. Compost is rich in nutrients. It is used, for example, in gardens, landscaping, horticulture, urban agriculture and organic farming.

    Feed costs are a large but necessary expense in managing beef cattle for show. An adequate amount of a properly formulated diet or ration is essential to develop the genetic potential of show cattle. You need to be familiar with the basic principles of nutrient requirements, nutrient composition of feeds, digestive physiology and diet formulation. Background. The hide and viscera of animals entering the abattoir are potential sources of contamination of carcasses with pathogenic bacteria [].The hide of the live animal becomes contaminated with pathogenic and non-pathogenic microorganisms from a wide range of sources such as feces, soil, water, and vegetation [].Animals can spread the contaminants to other Cited by: 2.

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Yields and composition of holecellulose prepared from varous feeds and feces by United States. Agricultural Research Service. Dairy Husbandry Research Branch Download PDF EPUB FB2

SUMMARY The composition of holocellulose samples prepared from a variety of forages and from the feces of cows fed these forages were studied. Holoeellulose prepared from feces contained more lignin than holoeellulose prepared from the forages. The ash-free holoeellulose prepared from ten forages contained from to % of by: 1.

HOLOCELLULOSE FROM RUMINANT FECES The average yields of holocellulose (ash, protein, and lignin-free) from each of the feces samples are given in Table 3.

The yields are given as the per cent of holocellulose in the original feces dry matter and as the per cent of the theo- retical holocellulose by: 2. Feed Composition and Quality - (RR) Feed Contamination, Residues and Toxicology - (RR) Feed Storage and Preservation - (RR) Forage and Feed Processing - (RR) Microbiology of Feed Processing - (RR)Author: R.

Ely, H. Wiseman, H. Irvin, L. Moore. Hollocellulose was prepared from the faeces of 10 cows by treatment with acid chlorite, a method found satisfactory for forages (Abst.

Vol. 25). The forages were 7 different hays, a straw, and 2 silages, and each was given to a cow as its sole ration for a preliminary period of 15 and a collection period of 3 by: 2. Lignin was a higher contaminant than protein in 40 per cent. of the holocellulose samples from forage and 80 per cent.

of the samples from faeces. Protein and lignin were minor contaminants of crude holocellulose from low-protein materials but they may be of considerable importance in holocellulose from high-protein materials. by: 1. Seven hays, 2 silages and 1 straw were used in experiments comparing the yields of holocellulose prepared by acid chlorite treatment of an " extractive-free " material.

Theoretical holocellulose was used as the standard for comparison: Theoretical holocellulose = - (ash + protein + lignin).Cited by: Holocellulose was prepared from the feces of cows fed ten different forages as their entire ration. A procedure was used that was satisfactory for the preparation of holocellulose.

In all cows, the milk yield and milk composition, biochemical blood tests and chemical composition of diet and feces were evaluated.

Milk and blood were collected every 20 days and feed and feces every 10 days. I consider that doing this research required a lot of work and commitment from the authors. In general, the work is written : Xiaoli Zhang, Chunyu Jiang, Qinghua Gao, Duanqin Wu, Shaoxun Tang, Zhiliang Tan, Xuefeng Han.

The Feces. The composition of the colon contents, the feces, is very complicated and highly variable, depending very largely upon the character of the food. The bowel discharges of the nursing infant consist of fragments of undigested curds, fat, bile and a small amount of mucus.

The odor of a healthy infant's stool is slightly acid, and yellowish in color. A so-called holocellulose of 70% yield is thus composed of about 40% cellulose, 13% glucomannan and galactan, 12% xylan and other carbohydrates, and 5%.

Digestible dry matter of orchardgrass first harvests declined at the rate of % unit for every day's delay in harvest from May 11 to June 3.

Aftermath (day regrowth) was higher in digestible dry matter than day regrowth intervals and later cut first harvests, but did not equal the May 11 first by: Ruminal and Post-ruminal Digestion of Alfalfa Fed as Pellets or Long Hay ~ R. HINDERS 2 and F. OWEN Animal Science Department, University of Nebraska, Lincoln Abstract The extent of ruminal and total digestion of the carbohydrate portion of long alfalfa and dehydrated, pelleted alfalfa was com- pared using the lignin-ratio method with four rumen fistulated by: — Compute the total digestible nutrients in lbs.

and in 2, lbs. of each of the first four feeds studied, and enter the figures in the proper place on the feed study blank. The total digestible nutrients in any amount of a given feed equal the sum of the digestible crude protein, the digestible carbohydrates.

Cellulolytic enzyme lignin (CEL) and milled wood lignin (MWL) were prepared by three different ball-milling meth-ods. The structure of CEL at various yields was eluci-dated and compared with MWL using wet chemical analysis, FTIR and solution-state NMR techniques. Results show that ball milling of wood degrades b-O-4 structures in lignin.

In this study, apparent digestibility coefficients (ADCs) of nutrients and energy in selected feed ingredients were determined for Nile tilapia. ADCs were determined using a reference diet with chromic oxide indicator and test diets that contained 70% reference diet, by weight, and 30% of the test ingredient being evaluated.

feed, however, can be termed the biological response to the feed in question. This is a function of its chemical composition and the ability of the animal to derive useful nutrients from the feed.

The latter relates to the digestibility or availability of a nutrient in the feed for absorption into the body and its ultimateFile Size: KB. Results showed that DNA yields from fresh fecal samples were, on average, 25 to 30 ng higher than those from the various stored samples.

The DNA extracted from fresh samples had more gene copies of total bacteria and all targeted bacterial groups per gram feces compared to DNA extraction from frozen by: A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Pratiksha Saxena.

The amino acid composition of meat by-products is different from that of lean tissue, because of the large amount of connective tissue. As a result, by-products such as ears, feet, lungs, stomach and tripe contain a larger amount of proline, hydroxyproline and glycine, and a lower level of tryptophan and by: Twelve intact Beagle dogs, eight males and four females, 1–3 years old, with average body weight of ± kg were fed the experimental diets during four periods of 9 days adaptation and 5 days total fecal collection each, in a replicated Latin square design (Kim and Stein, ) feces were collected from the Beagle dogs during each of the four collection Author: Isabella Corsato Alvarenga, Charles G Aldrich, Zhining Ou.

Viral hepatitis has emerged as a major public health problem throughout the world affecting several hundreds of millions of people. Viral hepatitis is a cause of considerable morbidity and mortality in the human population, both from acute infection and chronic sequelae which include, in the case of hepatitis B, C and D, chronic active hepatitis and cirrhosis.December Vol Is p Open Archive.

Next > Receive New Issues The Composition of Holocellulose Prepared from Various Forages and the Corresponding Feces. R.E. Ely, L.A. Moore. Yields and Protein Content of Holocellulose Prepared from Pepsin-Treated Forages.

R.E. Ely, C.G. Melin, L.A. Moore.Within a given feed, NDF is a reasonable measure of feed quality and plant maturity. Acid detergent fiber (ADF) is a subset of NDF derived from the acid detergent digestion of the neutral detergent residue.

Acid detergent solubilizes hemicellulose, thus leaving cellulose, lignin, and other very resistant substances.