Nutritive value of range plants, inhibitory plant compounds, and mixed species utilization
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Discusses the relationships between three digestion inhibitors (lignin, tannin, and biogenic silica) and the feeding behaviour of six African ungulates (Thomson's gazelle, grants gazelle, Kongoni, wildebeest, camels, and cattle (Bos indicus)) in relation to browse/grass comparisons and mixed species utilization of rangeland.
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