Year 2020, Volume 23 , Issue 5, Pages 1351 - 1358 2020-10-31

Determination of Potential Nutritive Values and Anti-Methanogenic Characteristics of Salix babylonica Leaves Grown in Different Sites
Farklı Bölgelerde Yetişen Söğüt Yapraklarının Potansiyel Besleme Değerlerinin ve Anti-Metanojenik Özelliklerinin Belirlenmesi

Tuğba CENGİZ [1] , Adem KAMALAK [2]


The aim of this study was to determine the effect of growing sites on the chemical composition, in vitro gas production, methane production, metabolisable energy, organic matter digestibility, true digestibility, microbial protein production and efficiency of microbial protein synthesis of Salix babylonica leaves by in vitro gas production technique. The chemical composition, in vitro gas production, methane production, metabolisable energy, organic matter digestibility, true digestibility, microbial protein production and efficiency of microbial protein synthesis of Salix babylonica leaves ranged with growing site. Crude protein, condensed tannin, methane production, metabolisable energy, organic matter digestibility, true digestibility, true digestible dry matter, partitioning factor, microbial protein production and efficiency of microbial protein synthesis ranged from 9.26 to 14.78%, 2.07 to 5.75%, 10.10 to 11.93%, 6.91 to 8.18 MJ/kg KM, 53.46 to 55.25%, 60.40 to 84.46% and 305.17 to 472.26 mg, 4.04 to 4.69, 146.11 to 227.06 mg, 46.86 to 54.45%, respectively. It was found that Salix babylonica leaves studied not only provide with nutrients for ruminant but also have potential for mitigating of enteric methane produced during fermentation. Selection of feedstuffs should be conducted not only using gas production data but also fermentation parameters such as true digestibility, microbial protein production etc., which make it possible to make a sound decision about feedstuffs. Further in vivo studies are needed to test the results obtained from such experiments.

Bu çalışmanın amacı, yetişme bölgesinin söğüt yapraklarının kimyasal kompozisyonuna, in vitro gaz üretimine, metan (CH4) üretimi, metabolik enerji (ME), organik madde sindirim derecesi (OMSD), gerçek sindirim derecesi (GSD), gerçek sindirilebilir kuru madde miktarı (GSKM), taksimat faktörü (PF), mikrobiyal protein üretimi (MPÜ) ve mikrobiyal protein sentezleme etkinliği (MPSE) üzerine olan etkilerini belirlemektir. Bu çalışmada in vitro gaz üretim tekniği kullanılmıştır. Söğüt yapraklarının kompozisyonu, in vitro gaz üretimi, metan üretimi, ME, GSD, OMSD, GSD, MPÜ ve MPSE düzeyleri yetişme bölgelerine göre önemli değişimler göstermiştir (P<0.05). Söğüt yapraklarının ham protein (HP), kondense tanen (KT) içeriği, metan üretimi, ME ve OMSD, GSD ve GSKM, PF, MPÜ ve MPSE değerleri sırasıyla; %9.26 ile 14.78, %2.07 ile 5.75, %10.10 ile 11.93, 6.91 ile 8.18 MJ/kg KM, %53.46 ile 55.25, %60.40 ile 84.46 ve 305.17 ile 472.26 mg, 4.04 ile 4.69, 146.11 ile 227.06 mg, %46.86 ile 54.45 arasında değişmiştir. Bu çalışmaya konu olan söğüt yapraklarının ruminantlara besin maddesi sağlamasının yanında, fermantasyon sırasında açığa çıkan metanı azaltma potansiyeli olduğu saptanmıştır. Yemlerin sadece in vitro gaz üretimlerine göre değil, gerçek sindirim derecesi ve mikrobiyal protein üretimi gibi diğer fermantasyon parametreleri de göz önüne alınarak yapılacak seçimlerde daha isabetli kararlar verilmesi mümkündür. Bundan sonra yapılacak in vivo çalışmalarla in vitro çalışmalarda elde edilen sonuçlar test edilmelidir. 
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Primary Language tr
Subjects Agriculture
Journal Section RESEARCH ARTICLE
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0003-2185-7137
Author: Tuğba CENGİZ
Institution: Kahramanmaraş Sütçü İmam Üniversitesi Ziraat Fakültesi
Country: Turkey


Orcid: 0000-0003-0967-4821
Author: Adem KAMALAK (Primary Author)
Institution: KSU Ziraat Fakültesi Zootekni Bölümü Kahramanmaraş
Country: Turkey


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Dates

Application Date : January 24, 2020
Acceptance Date : March 13, 2020
Publication Date : October 31, 2020

APA Cengi̇z, T , Kamalak, A . (2020). Farklı Bölgelerde Yetişen Söğüt Yapraklarının Potansiyel Besleme Değerlerinin ve Anti-Metanojenik Özelliklerinin Belirlenmesi . Kahramanmaraş Sütçü İmam Üniversitesi Tarım ve Doğa Dergisi , 23 (5) , 1351-1358 . DOI: 10.18016/ksutarimdoga.vi.679689