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In vitro fermentation characteristics of soya bean cell walls separated from hulls and endosperm

  • H. van Laar (a1), S. Tamminga (a1), B.A. Williams (a1), B. Diekema (a1), W. Burgers (a1), D. Groeneveld (a1) and M. Hoogendoorn (a1)...

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When analysing the fermentative breakdown of cell wall material in plants it is important to realize that it is not homogeneous. The cell walls are composed of different cell wall types which can differ in both their breakdown characteristics and composition. In this experiment in vitro cumulative gas production (Theodorou et al., 1994) was measured to study breakdown characteristics of cell walls from hulls and endosperm of soya beans.

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Theodourou, M.K., Williams, B.A., Dhanoa, M.S., McAllan, A.B. and France, J. (1994) A simple gas production method using a pressure transducer to determine the fermentation kinetics of ruminant feeds. Animal Feed Science Technology. 48: 185197.
Groot, J.C.S., Cone, J.W., Williams, B.A., Debersaques, F.M.A. and Lantinga, E.A. (1996) Multiphasic analysis of gas production kinetics for in vitro fermentation of ruminant feeds. Animal Feed Science and Technology, 64: 7799.
Huisman, M.M.H., Schols, H.A. & Voragen, A.G.J. (1997) Cell wall polysaccharides from soybean meal; isolation and chracterization. Accepted for publication in Carbohydrate Polymers.

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