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Deep insights into carbohydrate metabolism in the rumen of Mehsani buffalo at different diet treatments.

Parmar NR, Nirmal Kumar JI, Joshi CG - Genom Data (2015)

Bottom Line: The microbial fermentation of fibrous and starchy feed is carried out by different groups of microbiota, which function in synergistic mechanism.The present study explains the shifts in microbial enzymes for carbohydrate utilization with the change in the feed proportions and its correlation with the microbial community abundance at that particular treatment.The sequencing data of the present study is submitted to NCBI SRA with experiment accession IDs (ERX162128, ERX162129, ERX162130, ERX162131, ERX162139, ERX162134, ERX162140, ERX162141, ERX197218, ERX197219, ERX197220, ERX197221, ERX162158, ERX162159, ERX162160, ERX162161, ERX162176, ERX162164, ERX162165, ERX162166, ERX162167, ERX162168, ERX162169, ERX162177).

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Affiliation: Institute of Science and Technology for Advanced Studies and Research, V.V. Nagar, Anand, India ; Department of Animal Biotechnology, College of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry, Anand Agricultural University, Anand, India.

ABSTRACT
Ruminants are known to harbour a vast and diverse microbial community that functions in utilizing the fibrous and starchy feedstuffs. The microbial fermentation of fibrous and starchy feed is carried out by different groups of microbiota, which function in synergistic mechanism. The exploration of the shift in carbohydrate utilizing microbial community with the change in diet will reveal the efficient role of that group of microbial community in particular carbohydrate utilization. The present study explains the shifts in microbial enzymes for carbohydrate utilization with the change in the feed proportions and its correlation with the microbial community abundance at that particular treatment. The sequencing data of the present study is submitted to NCBI SRA with experiment accession IDs (ERX162128, ERX162129, ERX162130, ERX162131, ERX162139, ERX162134, ERX162140, ERX162141, ERX197218, ERX197219, ERX197220, ERX197221, ERX162158, ERX162159, ERX162160, ERX162161, ERX162176, ERX162164, ERX162165, ERX162166, ERX162167, ERX162168, ERX162169, ERX162177).

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f0005: Subsystem level classification of the metagenomes of dry roughage groups in liquid and solid fractions.

Mentions: The assignment of the sequences to SEED database revealed that at subsystem level, out of the 24 subsystems identified, the genes associated with carbohydrate metabolism were found to be most abundant in each metagenome groups (Fig. 1). So, that particular category of subsystem was sub-classified at further level. By sub-classifying, we found that the genes associated with sugar utilization in thermogales were more abundant for both liquid and solid fractions (Table 1, Table 2). This particular category possesses the enzymes involved in formation of the system for sugar transport and its utilization. The second most dominant category found in our dataset was one carbon metabolism which included the genes involved in serine-glyoxylate cycle. It was found to be increased with the increment in the roughage for liquid fraction (M1DL = 8.11%, M2DL = 8.59%, M3DL = 8.74%) whereas, for solid fraction it was found to be in similar abundance for M2DS and M3DS (7.92%) as compared to M1DS group (7.65%). The category that belonged to enzymes for di and oligo saccharide utilization was found which is composed by the genes related to maltose/maltodextrin utilization, xylose utilization, l-rhamnose utilization, l-arabinose utilization, lactose utilization, mannose utilization etc. The genes linked to maltose utilization decreased in both the fractions with the increment in the roughage. Whereas, the genes associated with the mannose and xylose utilization increased with the increment in the roughage in both the fractions. The genes predicted for carbohydrate hydrolases decreased with the increment in the roughage for liquid fraction and increased in case of the solid fraction. Moreover, the genes related to dehydrogenase complexes increased with the increment in the roughage for both the fractions.


Deep insights into carbohydrate metabolism in the rumen of Mehsani buffalo at different diet treatments.

Parmar NR, Nirmal Kumar JI, Joshi CG - Genom Data (2015)

Subsystem level classification of the metagenomes of dry roughage groups in liquid and solid fractions.
© Copyright Policy - CC BY-NC-ND
Related In: Results  -  Collection

License
Show All Figures
getmorefigures.php?uid=PMC4664688&req=5

f0005: Subsystem level classification of the metagenomes of dry roughage groups in liquid and solid fractions.
Mentions: The assignment of the sequences to SEED database revealed that at subsystem level, out of the 24 subsystems identified, the genes associated with carbohydrate metabolism were found to be most abundant in each metagenome groups (Fig. 1). So, that particular category of subsystem was sub-classified at further level. By sub-classifying, we found that the genes associated with sugar utilization in thermogales were more abundant for both liquid and solid fractions (Table 1, Table 2). This particular category possesses the enzymes involved in formation of the system for sugar transport and its utilization. The second most dominant category found in our dataset was one carbon metabolism which included the genes involved in serine-glyoxylate cycle. It was found to be increased with the increment in the roughage for liquid fraction (M1DL = 8.11%, M2DL = 8.59%, M3DL = 8.74%) whereas, for solid fraction it was found to be in similar abundance for M2DS and M3DS (7.92%) as compared to M1DS group (7.65%). The category that belonged to enzymes for di and oligo saccharide utilization was found which is composed by the genes related to maltose/maltodextrin utilization, xylose utilization, l-rhamnose utilization, l-arabinose utilization, lactose utilization, mannose utilization etc. The genes linked to maltose utilization decreased in both the fractions with the increment in the roughage. Whereas, the genes associated with the mannose and xylose utilization increased with the increment in the roughage in both the fractions. The genes predicted for carbohydrate hydrolases decreased with the increment in the roughage for liquid fraction and increased in case of the solid fraction. Moreover, the genes related to dehydrogenase complexes increased with the increment in the roughage for both the fractions.

Bottom Line: The microbial fermentation of fibrous and starchy feed is carried out by different groups of microbiota, which function in synergistic mechanism.The present study explains the shifts in microbial enzymes for carbohydrate utilization with the change in the feed proportions and its correlation with the microbial community abundance at that particular treatment.The sequencing data of the present study is submitted to NCBI SRA with experiment accession IDs (ERX162128, ERX162129, ERX162130, ERX162131, ERX162139, ERX162134, ERX162140, ERX162141, ERX197218, ERX197219, ERX197220, ERX197221, ERX162158, ERX162159, ERX162160, ERX162161, ERX162176, ERX162164, ERX162165, ERX162166, ERX162167, ERX162168, ERX162169, ERX162177).

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Institute of Science and Technology for Advanced Studies and Research, V.V. Nagar, Anand, India ; Department of Animal Biotechnology, College of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry, Anand Agricultural University, Anand, India.

ABSTRACT
Ruminants are known to harbour a vast and diverse microbial community that functions in utilizing the fibrous and starchy feedstuffs. The microbial fermentation of fibrous and starchy feed is carried out by different groups of microbiota, which function in synergistic mechanism. The exploration of the shift in carbohydrate utilizing microbial community with the change in diet will reveal the efficient role of that group of microbial community in particular carbohydrate utilization. The present study explains the shifts in microbial enzymes for carbohydrate utilization with the change in the feed proportions and its correlation with the microbial community abundance at that particular treatment. The sequencing data of the present study is submitted to NCBI SRA with experiment accession IDs (ERX162128, ERX162129, ERX162130, ERX162131, ERX162139, ERX162134, ERX162140, ERX162141, ERX197218, ERX197219, ERX197220, ERX197221, ERX162158, ERX162159, ERX162160, ERX162161, ERX162176, ERX162164, ERX162165, ERX162166, ERX162167, ERX162168, ERX162169, ERX162177).

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