nonruminant


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nonruminant

single stomached species, e.g. horse, pig.
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Ruminants can also recycle urea, thereby retaining nitrogen which the bacteria use to synthesize the essential amino acids that nonruminants must acquire from their food.
The difference between ruminants and nonruminants can be seen on the Serengeti Plains under hardship conditions.
Crown vetch contains nitroglycosides, the most toxic of which, [beta]-nitropropionic acid, is poisonous to nonruminants.
Nonetheless, SRMs were allowed to be incorporated into feeds for nonruminants (including poultry), and subsequent waste products from nonruminants are still permitted in ruminant feeds (USDA 2005b).
The fossil record shows that these creatures' common ancestor, a small, deerlike animal, branched off from nonruminants 40 million years ago by developing the rumen, a stomach chamber that holds cellulose-chomping bacteria.
If hogs and other nonruminants could make better use of the phosphorus found naturally in their diet, producers could save money on nutrient supplements and wouldn't have to dispose of as much excreted phosphorus," says Raboy.
Dairy cows need the same essential amino acids (AA) like methionine (Met) or lysine (Lys) as nonruminants (Fuller et al.
Nutritional strategies to reduce environmental emission from nonruminants.
Carboxylic acids as bioregulators and gut growth promoters in nonruminants.
Feeding by-product high in concentration of fiber to nonruminants.
Designing the yeast culture of tomorrow-mode of action of yeast culture for ruminants and nonruminants.