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Comparative study of archaeal community in the digestive ecosystem of the rabbit and cow gut reveals strong host species and compartment effects

Abstract : This study aimed to compare archaeal community structure in gut of two herbivorous species having a very different digestive physiology : rabbit is a caecotrofic monogastric, cow is a polygastric.
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Rory Michelland, Sylvie Combes, Laurent Cauquil, Thierry Gidenne, Valérie Monteils, et al.. Comparative study of archaeal community in the digestive ecosystem of the rabbit and cow gut reveals strong host species and compartment effects. 6. INRA-RRI Symposium Gut Microbiome Functionality, interaction with host and impact on the environment, Jun 2008, Clermont-Ferrand, France. ⟨hal-02750953⟩

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