- Volume 16 Issue 11
Effect of Feeding Chemically Treated Mustard (Brassica campestris) Straw on Rumen Fibre Degrading Enzymes in Sheep
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Vaithiyanathan, S.;Raghuvanshi, S.K.S.;Mishra, A.S.;Tripathi, M.K.;Misra, A.K.;Prasad, R.;Jakhmola, R.C.
- 투고 : 2003.05.02
- 심사 : 2003.08.18
- 발행 : 2003.11.01
The aim of the experiment was to study the changes in the activities of various rumen fibre degrading enzymes due to the feeding of chemically treated mustard (Brassica campestris) straw in sheep. Mustard straw (MS) (<5 cm particle size) was treated either with urea (4% (w/w), or with 2% sodium hydroxide (NaOH), or with alkaline hydrogen peroxide (2% NaOH and 1.5% hydrogen peroxide (
Chemical Treatments;Mustard Straw;Rumen Fibre Degrading Enzyme;Sheep
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