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- adj. of, relating to, or situated inside the rumen
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- adj. Ruminant; ruminating.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as ruminant. [Rare.] Imp. Dict.
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Ruminal fermentation of lichens has an important effect on ruminal absorption of energy rich volatile fatty acids in winter  and reindeer that eat lichens are better able to extract nitrogen from dietary vascular plants in winter .
Effects of seasonal changes in food quality and food intake on the transport of sodium and butyrate across ruminal eupithelium of reindeer.
However the high CP content of fodder trees leaves may not confer any direct nutritional benefit to the animal unless these proteins are protected against ruminal degradation.
The presence of condensed tannins in some fodder tree leaves affords some protection against ruminal degradation, and thereby delivers significant amounts of plant protein for absorption in the intestinal tract.
JONES, R.J. (1985) Leucaena toxicity and ruminal degradation of mimosine.
Short rotation, hardwood tree biomass as potential ruminant feed-chemical composition, nylon bag ruminal degradation and ensilement of selected species.
They found that the ethanolic extract of EER significantly and dose-dependently reduced the basal gastric acid secretion, titratable acidity and ruminal ulceration.
Conversion of nitrate to nitrite occurs primarily in the large bowel in horses and is roughly one-fourth as efficient as ruminal conversion in cattle.
Acute ruminal indigestion, alkalosis death cattle grazing Kikuyu
Acute ruminal indigestion, alkalosis death cattle grazing Kikuyu grass