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|Effect of Fodder Tree Species with Condensed Tannin Contents on In vitro Methane Production|
|Ernestina Gutiérrez Vázquez, Leonardo Hernández Medina, Liliana Márquez Benavides, Aureliano Juárez Caratachea, Guillermo Salas Razo, Armin Javier Ayala Burgos, Ruy Ortiz Rodríguez|
Asian-Australas J Anim Sci. 2016;29(1):73-79. Published online September 3, 2015
In vitro fermentation patterns and methane production of sainfoin (Onobrychis viciifolia Scop.) hay with different condensed tannin contents
Effects of condensed tannin fractions of different molecular weights from a Leucaena leucocephala hybrid on in vitro methane production and rumen fermentation
Effects of NaOH treatment on condensed tannin contents and gas production kinetics of tree leaves
Assessment of the effect of condensed (acacia and quebracho) and hydrolysable (chestnut and valonea) tannins on rumen fermentation and methane production in vitro
Effect of Tannin and Species Variation on In vitro Digestibility, Gas, and Methane Production of Tropical Browse Plants
In vitro fermentation of fodder beet root increases cumulative gas production of methane and carbon dioxide.
Methane production from in vitro rumen incubations with Lotus pedunculatus and Medicago sativa, and effects of extractable condensed tannin fractions on methanogenesis
Relationship between protein-precipitating capacity of fodder tree leaves and their tannin content
Effects of Microalgae Species on In Vitro Rumen Fermentation Pattern and Methane Production
PSI-29 Effect of hydrolysable tannin with or without condensed tannin on animal performance and methane emission of beef cattle fed a high forage diet.