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Ruminant Nutrition and Forage Utilization
Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences 1996;9(1): 51-56.
https://doi.org/10.5713/ajas.1996.51    Published online February 1, 1996.
Comparative study of fiber characteristics of rice and wheat straws
T. Zhiliang, C. Huiping, X. Tingxian
In this Experiment three wether male Matou goats(??, all fitted with permanent rumen fistulae, were used to study the rumen degradabilities(incubation time 48h) of dry matter(DM), neutral detergent fibre(NDF), acid detergent fibre(ADF), acid detergent ligin(ADL), cellulose(CEL) and hemicellulose(HC) and their contents of wheat and rice straws were determined for the different morphological fractions and segments. The results showed that the variation of different fractions for wheat and rice straw is the true resources of their nutritive value variation and the cell wall contents of wheat and rice straw are also obviously different. The rumen degradabilities of different straw fibre are significantly different(p<0.01), mean while the effect of straw variety is also significant(p<0.05). The sim was to set up a foundation for studying the rumen degradation of the roughage resources.
Keywords: Fibre; Rumen Degradation; Wheat; Rice; Straw

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