333 - Protein in the RUMINANT Rumen Microbiology Bacteria...

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Protein in the RUMINANT
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Rumen Microbiology Bacteria do 3 things Digest CHO to VFA’s (including cellulose) Remodel proteins, manufacture essential amino acids and utilize NPN Manufacture B vitamins
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Summary of Rumen Action CHO ——> VFA’s Proteins ——> Bacterial protein Fats ——> hydrogenated but not much utilization B Vitamins ——> synthesized Vitamins ADE ——> needed in diet
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Ruminant animals have microbes in the rumen that ferment the feed eaten. The protein in ruminant nutrition is classified according to the following scheme and terms.
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Feed Intake protein includes all the protein present in the feed. It is composed of: Degradable Intake Protein (DIP), which is protein that is soluble and available to the microbes Undegradable Intake Protein (UIP), which is protein that is insoluble, and unavailable to the microbes
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UIP DIP DIP  -> NH 4 + ketoacids -> BCP UIP BCP
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Metabolic Protein (MP) is protein that enters the small intestine, and
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2010 for the course ANSC 221 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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