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Utilization of urea and ammonium sulphate with reference to plasma free amoino acid index,growth and milk production in ruminant

By: Ashok Kumar.
Publisher: Karnal NDRI 1981Subject(s): Dairy-Cattle-NutritionDissertation note: Ph.D. Thesis Kurukshetra University 1981 Arora, S P Summary: Investigation were carried out to assess the effect of carbohydrate source as well as N:S ratio on microbial protien synthesys, to determine the extent of exogenous and endogenous sulphur extretion by using 355 isotope and to study the effect of dietery urea and ammonium sulphate combination with a suitable N:S ratio on quality & quanity of milk. Percent 355 incorpoation into microbial protien increased with the decreasing sulphur levels. The incorporation of sulphur (UM) in protien was proprotional to the ammount of protien synthesised. The results of in vitro studies indicated that nitrogen and sulphur in the ratio of 10:1 was optium for microbial protien synthesis. The two sources if sulphur viz., sodium sulphate and ammonium sulphate showed equal utilazation values. The endogenous faced excretioon was 9.28 and 8.42 mg per Kg body wieght crossbred and buffalo calves respectively. The replacement of 65 percent dietery nitrogen with NPN did not show any deterious effect on the health of the calves. The milk production in castrol group (natural ingredients) was significantly greater as compared to NPN fed group. Sulphur supplementation in urea ased diet did not exhibit beneficial effect in cows yielding 7-10 Kg milk. The general formula was developed on the basis of different sources and levels of sulphur on milk production for calculations of recommonded requirment of crossbred cows.
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Ph.D. Thesis Kurukshetra University 1981 Arora, S P

Investigation were carried out to assess the effect of carbohydrate source as well as N:S ratio on microbial protien synthesys, to determine the extent of exogenous and endogenous sulphur extretion by using 355 isotope and to study the effect of dietery urea and ammonium sulphate combination with a suitable N:S ratio on quality & quanity of milk. Percent 355 incorpoation into microbial protien increased with the decreasing sulphur levels. The incorporation of sulphur (UM) in protien was proprotional to the ammount of protien synthesised. The results of in vitro studies indicated that nitrogen and sulphur in the ratio of 10:1 was optium for microbial protien synthesis. The two sources if sulphur viz., sodium sulphate and ammonium sulphate showed equal utilazation values. The endogenous faced excretioon was 9.28 and 8.42 mg per Kg body wieght crossbred and buffalo calves respectively. The replacement of 65 percent dietery nitrogen with NPN did not show any deterious effect on the health of the calves. The milk production in castrol group (natural ingredients) was significantly greater as compared to NPN fed group. Sulphur supplementation in urea ased diet did not exhibit beneficial effect in cows yielding 7-10 Kg milk. The general formula was developed on the basis of different sources and levels of sulphur on milk production for calculations of recommonded requirment of crossbred cows.

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