Fibrobacter succinogenes

Fibrobacter succinogenes

Fibrobacter succinogenes is a cellulolytic bacterium present in the rumen of cattle. Beta glucans (starch and glucose) are its substrate of choice in the rumen and its products after digestion include formate, acetate and succinate. Fibrobacter succinogenes forms characteristic extensive grooves in crystalline cellulose, and is also rather readily detached from its substrate during sample preparation. [cite journal
author =D.L. Palmquist
title =Digestibility of cotton lint fiber and whole oilseeds by ruminal microorganisms
journal =Animal Feed Science Technology
volume =56
pages =23l-242
date =1995


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