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Microbial and plant opportunities to improve lignocellulose utilization by ruminants

Microbial and plant opportunities to improve lignocellulose utilization by ruminants

Proceedings of the Tri-National Workshop Microbial and Plant Opportunities ... in Athens, Georgia, April 30-May 4, 1990

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Open LibraryOL7529579M
ISBN 100444015817
ISBN 109780444015815

IntechOpen is a leading global publisher of Journals and Books within the fields of Science, Technology and Medicine. We are the preferred choice of over 60, authors worldwide. Mar 20,  · Potential of biofilm-based biofuel production Potential of biofilm-based biofuel production Wang, Zhi-Wu; Chen, Shulin Biofilm technology has been extensively applied to wastewater treatment, but its potential application in biofuel production has not been explored. Current technologies of converting lignocellulose materials to biofuel are hampered by costly processing.

Ruminants are capable of digesting fibrous plant material because of the presence of a complex microbial community in the rumen (Hobson and Stewart, ). The rumen is an anaerobic, pH neutral chamber of ~ litres in cattle which is maintained at 39 °C and supports the conversion of plant to microbial protein, which is digested later in the. Complementary feeding behaviour of different ruminants, of camels and of donkeys—opportunities to improve the utilization of semi-arid pastures M. Lechner-Doll and W. von Engelhardt Chemical treatments for upgrading lignocellulosic resources and strategies for their utilization in ruminant feeding C. Cas trillo, M. Fondevila, X.

Full text of "Applied Dairy Microbiology 2nd ed." See other formats. Cellulosic ethanol is ethanol (ethyl alcohol) produced from cellulose (the stringy fiber of a plant) rather than from the plant's seeds or fruit. It is a biofuel produced from grasses, wood, algae, or other plants. The fibrous parts of the plants are mostly inedible to animals, including humans, except for ruminants (grazing, cud-chewing animals such as cows or sheep).


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Get this from a library. Microbial and plant opportunities to improve lignocellulose utilization by ruminants: proceedings of the Tri-National Workshop Microbial and Plant Opportunities to Improve Lignocellulose Utilization by Ruminants held in Athens, Georgia, April May 4. [D E Akin;].

Methods to improve biodegradability through modification of aromatics include: plant breeding, use of lignin-degrading white-rot fungi, and addition of esterases.

Plant breeding for new cultivars has been especially effective for nutritionally improved forages, for example, bermudagrasses. Mar 27,  · In vitro microbial fermentation of tropical grasses at an advanced maturity stage.

Animal Feed Science and Technology, Vol. 83, Issue. 2, p. In Microbial and Plant Opportunities to Improve Lignocellulose Utilization by Ruminants (Eds Akin, D. E., In Microbial and Plant Opportunities to Improve the Utilization of Lignocellulose by Cited by: Microbial and Plant Opportunities to Improve Lignocellulose Utilization by Ruminants: Proceedings of the Tri-National Workshop Microbial and Plant O by D.

Akin, Lars G. Ljungdahl, et al. | Dec 1, The rate and extent of degradation of plant structural tissues during digestion depends on a combination of animal, plant, and microbial factors.

Ljungdahl LG, Wilson JR, Harris PJ, eds. Microbial and Plant Opportunities to Improve Lignocellulose Utilization by Ruminants, pp. – New York: awordathought.com by: We use cookies to offer you a better experience, personalize content, tailor advertising, provide social media features, and better understand the use of our services.

Could basidiomycetes fungi be an alternative for the treatment of fibrous feedstuffs. Application of enzymatic complexes and future prospects plant opportunities to improve lignocellulose. In this paper data on the purification of the endoglucanase of Ruminococcus flavefaciens strain and sequence analysis of the endoglucanase with some projections for its use in genetic transformation of ruminococci is presented.

It was concluded that Ruminococcus flavefaciens is a good host for the introduction of foreign proteins into the rumen to improve rumen awordathought.com by: 2. Conference paper: Proceedings of the Tri-National Workshop Microbial and Plant Opportunities to improve lignocellulose utilization by ruminants held in Athens, Georgia, April May 4, pp refCited by: No products in the cart.

MENU MENU. Home; Browse Categories. Arboriculture & Forestry. Forestry & silviculture. Feb 01,  · The mur4 mutant of Arabidopsis shows a 50% reduction in the monosaccharide l-Ara in leaf-derived cell wall material because of a partial defect in the 4-epimerization of UDP-d-Xyl to UDP-l-Ara.

To determine the genetic lesion underlying the mur4 phenotype, the MUR4 gene was cloned by a map-based procedure and found to encode a type-II membrane protein with sequence similarity to Cited by: awordathought.com Passion for books. Sign On My Account Basket Help.

Menu. In: New Trends in Research and Utilization of Solar Energy through Biological Systems. Mislin, ed.) Birkhauser Verlag, Basel pp. and Experientia Shortage of animal feed in most developing countries and the increasing cost of feed ingredients mean that there is a need to improve feed utilization.

Although developing countries accommodate a majority of the world’s people, there is a risk that biotechnology research and development may by-pass their requirements. However, there are beginnings of using biotechnology in animal production.

Normal and brown-midrib mutations in relation to improved lignocellulose utilization. In D. Akin (ed.) Microbial and plant opportunities to improve lignocellullose utilization by ruminants. L.J., and N.A.

Fairey. Factors influencing the utilization by ruminants of corn silage in marginal growing ares. Can. Anim. Sci. Such shifts can improve the nutrition of ruminants in feeds that have a greater concentration of soluble protein than is required for carbohydrate utilization by rumen microbes, which In Microbial and Plant Opportunities to Improve Lignocellulose Utilization by Ruminants; Akin, Cited by: Microbial and Plant Opportunities to Improve Lignocellulose Utilization by Ruminants: Proceedings of the TRI-National Workshop Held in Athens, Georgia, April May 4,and Organized with Support / D.

Akin (Editor) / The opportunities for supplementation of fish feed with exogenous α-amylases with the aim of transforming fish nutrition, particularly that of carnivorous species, in a more ecologically friendly way needs increased research.

NSP-enzymes do have a future in improving nutrient utilization of plant ingredients and their coproducts based. This chapter describes physicochemical and biological treatments for enzymatic or microbial conversion of LignocelIulosic Biomass.

Microbial utilization of the inexhaustible lignocellulosic biomass for the production of industrial chemicals, liquid fuels, protein-rich food and feed, and the preparation of cellulose polymers is an attractive approach to help meet energy and food awordathought.com by: Cellulosic ethanol is ethanol (ethyl alcohol) produced from cellulose (the stringy fiber of a plant) rather than from the plant's seeds or awordathought.com is a biofuel produced from grasses, wood, algae, or other awordathought.com fibrous parts of the plants are mostly inedible to animals, including humans, except for ruminants (grazing, cud-chewing animals such as cows or sheep).

8. U.S. – Australian Workshop on Microbial and Plant Opportunities to Improve Lignocellulose Utilization by Ruminants. Invited Speaker: Hemicellulases. USDA – Athens, GA, April 9. Gordon Conference Applied and Environmental Microbiology. June (invited participant, Discussion leader).

The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of adding sulfuric acid to sugarcane tops silage on rumen bacteria and whole rumen microorganisms (WRM) and compare the digestibility of sugarcane tops treated with different amount of urea, molasses and sulfuric Author: Afrooz Sharifi, Morteza Chaji, Tahereh Mohammadabadi.Ruminants are capable of digesting fibrous plant material because of the presence of a complex microbial community in the rumen (Hobson and Stewart, ).

The rumen is an anaerobic, pH neutral chamber of ∼ litres in cattle which is maintained at 39 °C and supports the conversion of plant to microbial protein, which is digested later in Cited by: 2.