Carbohydrase Activity of Rumen Entodinium Species from Sheep on a Starch-free Diet View Full Text


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DATE

1963-05

AUTHORS

R. W. ILEY, R. T. J. CLARKE

ABSTRACT

OLIGOTRICH ciliates from the rumen ingest plant particulate matter but, unlike the holotrichs, are apparently unable to utilize soluble sugars1. Some oligotrichs are able to utilize a wide range of plant carbohydrates; thus cell-extracts of Epidinium ecaudatum, isolated from cows fed fresh red clover, have been shown to contain amylase, maltase, hemicellulase2 (xylanase plus arabinosidase), α-galactosidase3 and pectinase4. By contrast one oligotrich species, Entodinium caudatum, appears to live solely on starch grains5. This was confirmed by Abou-Akkada and Howard6, who found amylase and maltase, but no other carbohydrase, in cell-extracts of this organism prepared from a sheep fed on hay plus grain. More... »

PAGES

787-787

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Nature

ISSUE

4882

VOLUME

198

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/198787a0

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