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    Rumen Microbiome Essay

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    Diversity based on rumen microbiome Yak is lower methane producer than cattle, in spite of the fact that both the animals are fed similar diets and there are only small variations between the microbiomes of both the animals. Lower methane and hydrogen yields in yak vs cattle are 0.26 vs 0.33 mmol methane/g dry matter intake and 0.28 vs 0.86 mmol/d hydrogen generation have been reported. Hydrogen recovery from cattle was significantly higher than that from yak (Mi et al., 2017). There were a few

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    Homoacetogens

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    1.4.1 Discovery and abundance of homoacetogens Homoacetogens are strict anaerobic bacteria that produce acetate from CO2 as a diagnostic end-product of metabolism (Drake 1994, Muller 2003). They can grow on different substrates such as hydrogen, hexoses, formate, carbon monoxide, methoxylated compounds, and alcohols. Depending on what energy sources they are growing with, products in addition to acetate can be formed, and some can produce butyrate from CO2 using the same basic pathway as used for

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    Conservation of Endangered Marsupials Essay

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    Conservation of Endangered Marsupials Marsupials are creatures that are a very unique group of mammals. Many creatures are becoming threatened, and some have already become extinct. Threatened marsupials could be a pool of agricultural, medicinal, or genetic wealth that we do not yet have the technology to utilize. There are many methods to conserving these genetic pools; one of which is through reproduction manipulation. Artificial insemination, embryo transfer, and nuclear transfer are

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