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A brief history of ruminant gut microbiological research

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DOI: 10.23977/erej.2021.050206 | Downloads: 29 | Views: 1251

Author(s)

Wei Ming 1, Leilei Ding 2

Affiliation(s)

1 Agricultural and rural Bureau of Kaiyang County Guiyang, 550300, China
2 Guizhou institute of Prataculture, Guizhou Academy of Agricultural Sciences Guiyang, 550006, China

Corresponding Author

Leilei Ding

ABSTRACT

Increasing attention is paying to gut microorganisms, especially gut microflora in ruminants. Here, we explored the literature related to the study of ruminant intestinal microorganisms, in order to answer the questions as follows: (1) what are the distributions of research power in terms of countries, authors, and keywords? (2) what is the frontier research? Our analysis showed ruminant gut microbiological research experienced two stages: germination, and rapid development, GUAN LL, CHAUCHEYRAS-DURAND F, SUEN G were the top three local impact authors and the most relevant authors. USA, China, France and Canada were the main countries. The main keywords were diversity, bacteria, gastrointestinal-tract, rumen, and fermentation. Fungi and bacteria in rumen and intestinal and the evolution of microorganisms in rumen and intestine may need to be strengthened.

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gut microbiome, ruminant

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Wei Ming, Leilei Ding. A brief history of ruminant gut microbiological research. Environment, Resource and Ecology Journal (2021) 5: 23-28. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/erej.2021.050206

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