Show simple item record Vlaeminck, B. Fievez, V. Demeyer, D. Dewhurst, Richard J. 2009-07-22T15:03:08Z 2009-07-22T15:03:08Z 2006-07-01
dc.identifier.citation Vlaeminck , B , Fievez , V , Demeyer , D & Dewhurst , R J 2006 , ' Effect of Forage : Concentrate Ratio on Fatty Acid Composition of Rumen Bacteria Isolated From Ruminal and Duodenal Digesta ' Journal of Dairy Science , vol 89 , no. 7 , pp. 2668-2678 . DOI: 10.3168/jds.S0022-0302(06)72343-8 en
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dc.description Vlaeminck, B., Fievez, V., Demeyer, D., Dewhurst, R. J. (2006). Effect of forage:concentrate ratio on fatty acid composition of rumen bacteria isolated from ruminal and duodenal digesta. Journal of Dairy Science, 89, (7), 2668-2678. Sponsorship: UK Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (now Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs) en
dc.description.abstract Four dairy cows were used to examine the effect of the dietary forage:concentrate ratio [35:65, 50:50, 65:35, and 80:20 on a dry matter (DM) basis] on the fatty acid composition of rumen bacteria isolated from the liquid (LAB) and solid (SAB) phase of the rumen and duodenal digesta. Rumen contents were sampled 4 h after the morning feeding. Solid and liquid phases were separated from rumen contents and duodenal bacteria from a composite duodenal sample by differential centrifugation. Total fatty acid content in bacterial DM was 1.6 to 2.8 times higher in SAB compared with LAB, and increased with dietary concentrate. In combination with published reports, the data show that bacterial fatty acid content and composition is closely related to dietary fatty acids except for C18:2n-6 and C18:3n-3. A decrease in forage:concentrate ratio increased bacterial concentration of trans-10 C18:1, and this increase was 3.4 times higher in LAB compared with SAB. Analysis of odd- and branched-chain fatty acids showed large differences between SAB and LAB, which probably reflected a difference in species composition. The variation in odd- and branched-chain fatty acids between SAB and LAB was used to estimate their relative proportions in duodenal bacteria by means of linear programming, and showed an increased proportion of SAB from 64.7 to 74.8% with increasing forage:concentrate ratio. In addition, increasing the proportion of dietary forage was closely related to the proportion of anteiso C15:0 in total odd- and branched-chain fatty acids (rpearson = −0.771). The bacterial concentration of iso C17:0 closely reflected the bacterial growth rate as shown by the relation with cytosine:N (rpearson = −0.729). These strong relationships suggest that odd- and branched-chain fatty acids might be used as tool to evaluate nutrient supply to rumen bacteria. en
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dc.language.iso eng
dc.relation.ispartof Journal of Dairy Science en
dc.rights en
dc.subject rumen bacteria en
dc.subject fatty acid en
dc.subject odd- and branched-chain fatty acids en
dc.title Effect of Forage : Concentrate Ratio on Fatty Acid Composition of Rumen Bacteria Isolated From Ruminal and Duodenal Digesta en
dc.type /dk/atira/pure/researchoutput/researchoutputtypes/contributiontojournal/article en
dc.contributor.institution Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences en
dc.description.status Peer reviewed en

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