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Animal-to-Animal Variation in Fecal Microbial Diversity among Beef Cattle
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The intestinal microbiota of beef cattle are important for animal health, food safety, and methane emissions. This full-length sequencing survey of 11,171 16S rRNA genes reveals animal-to-animal variation in communities that cannot be attributed to breed, gender, diet, age, or weather. Beef communities differ from those of dairy. Core bovine taxa are identified.
Durso, Lisa M.
Harhay, Gregory P.
Smith, Timothy P.L.
Bono, James L.
DeSantis, Todd Z.
Harhay, Dayna M.
Andersen, Gary L.
Keen, James E.
Laegreid, William W.
Clawson, Michael L.
Applied and environmental microbiology AEM 2010 July 15, v. 76, no. 14
American Society for Microbiology
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