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In vitro response of rumen microbiota to the antimethanogenic red macroalga Asparagopsis taxiformis

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In vitro response of rumen microbiota to the antimethanogenic red macroalga Asparagopsis taxiformis


The red macroalga Asparagopsis taxiformis has been shown to significantly decrease methane production by rumen microbial communities. This has been attributed to the bioaccumulation of halogenated methane analogues produced as secondary metabolites. The objective of this study was to evaluate the impact of A. taxiformis supplementationon the relati... more


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https://doi.org/10.4225/08/586979cbb6db9


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methane rumen livestock seaweed bromoform


16S ribosomal RNA gene amplicon sequencing data


Contributors: Lorenna Machado, Nigel Tomkins, Marie Magnusson, David J. Midgley, Rocky de Nys and Carly P. Rosewarne


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CSIRO (Australia), James Cook University (Australia)


Rosewarne, Carly (2016): In vitro response of rumen microbiota to the antimethanogenic red macroalga Asparagopsis taxiformis. v2. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.4225/08/586979cbb6db9


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Metagenomic approaches for understanding


Many surveys continue to be undertaken with the aim of cataloguing the key microbes responsible for methane production in livestock (“who’s there?”), but these studies have been unable to provide functional information to describe their behaviour in the rumen (“what are they doing?”). There is a paucity of knowledge about how the genetic potential... more


Carly Rosewarne


In vitro response of rumen microbiota to the antimethanogenic red macroalga Asparagopsis taxiformis


The red macroalga Asparagopsis taxiformis has been shown to significantly decrease methane production by rumen microbial communities. This has been attributed to the bioaccumulation of halogenated methane analogues produced as secondary metabolites. The objective of this study was to evaluate the impact of A. taxiformis supplementationon the relati... more


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Carly Rosewarne


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