TITLE

Special effects of a complex probiotic containing cellulolytic bacteria Cellulomonas on actively growing rabbits

AUTHOR(S)
Ushakova, N.; Laktionov, K.; Kozlova, A.; Ratnikova, I.; Gavrilova, N.
PUB. DATE
May 2013
SOURCE
Biology Bulletin;May2013, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p260
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
It was shown that the association of probiotic bacteria of the genuses Bacillus and Cellulomonas form biolayers on the surface of beet marc particles. The positive effect of a fodder additive that contained the biolayer on the basis of a phytomatrix on the growth and development of young rabbits was shown. Feeding of animals with a mixed fodder that contained 0.1% preparation resulted in stimulation of digestion of all components of the food. Among other components of the mixed fodder, cellulose was digested most effectively. An increase in the biomass of symbiotic bacteria and enzymatic activity in the blindgut chymus was also observed. The positive nitrogen balance demonstrated an increase in the nitrogen content in animals and a decrease of its losses with excretion. The mechanism of response of the rabbit's organism to introduction of the complex probiotic preparation into the digestive tract is discussed.
ACCESSION #
88059975

 

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