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Journal:   PAJOUHESH-VA-SAZANDEGI   SPRING 2006 , Volume 19 , Number 1 (70 IN ANIMAL AND FISHERIES SCIENCES); Page(s) 80 To 90.
 
Paper: 

EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT LEVEL OF UNPROCESSED BENTONITE, PROCESSED BENTONITE, AND CLINOPTILOLITE AT DIFFERENT RUMEN DEGRADABLE PROTEIN LEVEL ,ON AMMONIA CONCENTRATION ,SOLUBLE AND DIGESTIBLE PROTEIN (IN-VITRO)

 
 
Author(s):  AGHASHAHI A.R.*, NIKKHAH A., MIRHADI S.A., ZAHEDIFAR M., MANSOURI HORMOZ
 
* ANIMAL SCIENCE RESEARCH INSTITUTE, KARAJ, IRAN
 
Abstract: 

This experiment was carried out in two phase. In first phase the levels of 0, 2 or 4% of processed bentonite (PB), unprocessed bentonite (B), or clinoptilolite (CL) were added as mineral additives to 21 isonitrogenous and isocalori rations, but different in rumen degradable protein. rations were incubated in-vitro. Ammonia nitrogen were measured after incubation (AI). On the basis of results of this experiment, ammonia nitrogen (AN) was not decreased AI by inclusion of 2 percent of PB,B, or CL to rations (p>0.05), But it was decreased effectively by inclusion of 4 percent of these mineral additives to rations (p<0.05). Soluble protein of soybean meal did not changed (p>0.05), but soluble protein of alfalfa was increased (p<0.05) by inclusion of B. Intestinal digestible protein of experimental rations were decreased by inclusion of 4 percent B, or CL (p<0.05).

 
Keyword(s): BENTONITE, CLINOPTILOLITE, AMMONIA NITROGEN, SOLUBLE PROTEIN, DIGESTIBLE PROTEIN
 
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