2018 ; Vol.28-10: 1700~1705
|Author||Jaeyong Song, Hyuck Choi, Jin Young Jeong, Seul Lee, Hyun Jung Lee, Youlchang Baek, Sang Yun Ji, Minseok Kim|
|Place of duty||Animal Nutrition and Physiology Team, National Institute of Animal science, Rural Development Administration, Wanju 55365, Republic of Korea|
|Title||Effects of Sampling Techniques and Sites on Rumen Microbiome and Fermentation Parameters in Hanwoo Steers|
J. Microbiol. Biotechnol.2018 ;
|Abstract||We evaluated the influence of sampling technique (cannulation vs. stomach tube) and site
(dorsal sac vs. ventral sac) on the rumen microbiome and fermentation parameters in Hanwoo
steers. Rumen samples were collected from three cannulated Hanwoo steers via both a
stomach tube and cannulation, and 16S rRNA gene amplicons were sequenced on the MiSeq
platform to investigate the rumen microbiome composition among samples obtained via 1) the
stomach tube, 2) dorsal sac via rumen cannulation, and 3) ventral sac via rumen cannulation.
A total of 722,001 high-quality 16S rRNA gene sequences were obtained from the three groups
and subjected to phylogenetic analysis. There was no significant difference in the composition
of the major taxa or alpha diversity among the three groups (p> 0.05). Bacteroidetes and
Firmicutes represented the first and second most dominant phyla, respectively, and their
abundances did not differ among the three groups (p> 0.05). Beta diversity principal
coordinate analysis also did not separate the rumen microbiome based on the three sample
groups. Moreover, there was no effect of sampling site or method on fermentation parameters,
including pH and volatile fatty acids (p > 0.05). Overall, this study demonstrates that the
rumen microbiome and fermentation parameters are not affected by different sampling
techniques and sampling sites. Therefore, a stomach tube can be a feasible alternative method
to collect representative rumen samples rather than the standard and more invasive method of
rumen cannulation in Hanwoo steers.|
|Key_word||16S rRNA gene amplicon sequencing, fermentation parameters, rumen microbiome, stomach tube, cannulation|
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