changes in biochemical constituents of paddy straw during

RICE TECHNOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY

2017-11-17Chemical analysis of straw an important by-product of rice production showed that it contained oxalic acid (1 0%) phytic acid (1 6%) which are toxic to ruminants Simple alkali (1 0%) or calcium oxide (3 0%) treatment of pulverised straw reduced the content of these constituents

Effect of Feeding Ammoniated Wheat Straw Treated

Abstract An experiment was conducted to study the effect of feeding ammoniated wheat straw treated with HCl on blood biochemical profiles in growing male buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) calves Twenty-four growing male buffalo calves (one year of age 88 54 ${pm}$ 3 81 kg average body weight) were divided into three groups in a completely randomized design on the basis of their body weight

BLOOD BIOCHEMICAL PROFILE OF CROSSBRED HEIFERS

2016-4-7Effect of supplementing wheat straw diet with urea or a urea molasses block or cotton seed meal on intake and live weight changes of lambs Animal Feed Science and Technology 16 : 25 Wanapat M Praserdusk K S Chanthar S and Shivapraphagon A 1983 Improvement of rice straw utilization by ensiling with urea for cattle during dry season

Biochemical assessment of vermicompost

2011-9-1Changes in the nutrient content between aerobic and anaerobic in the compost is shown in table 1 2 3 and 4 The nutrient content was reduced with increasing a number of days Composting is one means of reducing the problems associated with landfills incinerators and

The effect of physical and biological pre

Physical pre-treatment of the oil palm frond (OPF) is known to loosen the lignocellulose while the biological pre-treatment is capable in degrading the lignin making the substrates more accessible for rumen microbes This study aimed at assessing the efficacy of physical biological and combination of both pre-treatments of OPF on the in vitro ruminal degradability

Quantitative changes in the biochemical composition

Changes in the concentrations of lignin cellulose and hemicellulose and their correlations during mycelial growth prior to fruit body production were determined This is expected to improve our understanding of the differential utilization of diverse constituents of agricultural lignocellulosic residues during the vegetative growth phase

Effect of Rice Straw Application on CH_4 Emission

The effect of the incorporation site of rice straw (RS) on CH_4 emission rates from flooded soils planted with rice was studied in pot experiments The incorporation of RS into the lower layers of soil increased the CH_4 emission rates during the early period of rice growth compared with the incorporation into the upper layers or the uniform incorporation

Decomposition Dynamics and Changes in Chemical

2016-7-5Soil aeration is a crucial factor that regulates crop residue decomposition and the chemical composition of decomposing crop residues may change the forms and availability of soil nutrients such as N and P However to date differences in the chemical composition of crop straw residues after incorporation into soil and during its decomposition under anaerobic vs aerobic conditions have not

Changes in biochemical constituents of paddy straw

Changes in biochemical constituents of paddy straw during degradation by white rot fungi and its impact on in vitro digestibility R K Sharma Microbial Technology Laboratory Department of Microbiology Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar Punjab India

Changes in the biochemical constituents and

2009-5-1The objective of this study was to investigate the biochemical and morphological changes in cervical stroma associated with physiological remodeling during normal pregnancy Study design Using human cervical tissue obtained from pregnant and non-pregnant patients the ECM was analyzed for its biochemical constituents and histologic morphology

Temporal changes in soil organic carbon and

A field experiment was conducted to quantify changes in soil aggregation and aggregate-associated soil organic carbon (SOC) concentration 1 3 5 and 10 years after abandoned salinized land in the Manasi River Basin was reclaimed for cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L ) Results showed that reclamation significantly increased SOC concentrations and SOC stocks

Changes in biochemical constituents of paddy straw during degradation by white rot fungi and its impact onin vitrodigestibility J Appl Microbiol 2010 109(2):679‒686 Misra AK Mishra AS Tripathi MK et al Optimization of Solid State Fermentation of Mustard ( Brassica campestris ) Straw for Production of Animal Feed by White Rot Fungi

Rice straw and Wheat straw

2013-12-10The biochemical composition of rice straw and wheat straw is characterized by a typical composition of an agricultural-based lignocellulosic residue: it contains on average 30 – 45% cellulose 20 – 25% hemicellulose 15 – 20 % lignin as well as

Rice straw and Wheat straw

2013-12-10Rice straw and Wheat straw Potential feedstocks for the Biobased Economy June 2013 Page 5 of 31 Executive summary English name: Rice straw Wheat straw Other names for rice straw: rijststro (NL) la paille de riz (F) paja de arroz (S) Other names for wheat straw: tarwestro (NL) la paille de bl (F) paja de trigo (S)

Ability of different edible fungi to degrade crop straw

Crop straw is a rich renewable resource but it causes environmental pollution that is considered a major problem in modern agriculture (Novaes et al 2010 Sanderson 2011) Lignocellulose which is abundant in crop straw is the main component limiting straw degradation (Ćilerdžić et al 2017) Laccase and xylanase are the main components of lignocellulase

Frontiers

The application of rice straw provides a valuable carbon source for soil microorganisms and rice straw degradation has been studied in paddy soils under oxic as well as anoxic conditions Chen et al (2010) and Conrad et al (2012) showed that the addition of straw leads to changes in the bacterial and archaeal community composition in paddy

White rot

Changes in biochemical constituents of paddy straw during degradation by white rot fungi and its impact on in vitro digestibility Nutrient and ruminal fermentation profiles of Camellia seed residues with fungal pretreatment Bakonyi J Vajna L Szeredi A Timar E Kovacs GM

Effect of Rice Straw Application on CH_4 Emission

The effect of the incorporation site of rice straw (RS) on CH_4 emission rates from flooded soils planted with rice was studied in pot experiments The incorporation of RS into the lower layers of soil increased the CH_4 emission rates during the early period of rice growth compared with the incorporation into the upper layers or the uniform incorporation

Effect of Rice Straw Application on CH_4 Emission

The effect of the incorporation site of rice straw (RS) on CH_4 emission rates from flooded soils planted with rice was studied in pot experiments The incorporation of RS into the lower layers of soil increased the CH_4 emission rates during the early period of rice growth compared with the incorporation into the upper layers or the uniform incorporation

Biodegradation of paddy straw obtained from

Changes in the biochemical constituents like water soluble content hemicellulose cellulose lignin total organic matter and in vitro digestibility of paddy straw was analyzed over a period of 60 days along with lignocellulolytic enzymes i e laccase xylanase and carboxymethyl cellulase

Some chemical and biochemical changes in straw

The quantitative changes in constituents of rice straw during different stages of growth of the fungus Pleurotus flabellatus were investigated Cellulose hemicellulose(s) lignin total carbon and total nitrogen showed a continuous decrease from inoculation until the end of fruit body harvesting whereas free sugars total ash and C/N ratio increased

Changes in biochemical constituents of paddy straw

Aims: To improve the digestibility of paddy straw to be used as animal feed by means of selective delignification using white rot fungi Methods and Results: Solid state fermentation of paddy straw was carried out with some white rot fungi for 60 days Different biochemical analyses e g total organic matter (TOM) loss hemicellulose loss cellulose loss lignin loss and in vitro