Methanogenesis – Are Ruminants Only Responsible?

Published on: 11/09/2020
Author/s : Neeti Lakhani, Preeti Lakhani. / PhD Scholar, NDRI, Karnal.

INTRODUCTION Greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, moisture and ozone contribute to climate change and global warming by absorbing light energy in visible and infrared region (Lashof and Ahuja, 1990). Among green house gases methane is the second most important gas after CO2 which contributes to global warming (Van Nevel and Demeyer, 1996; IPCC, 2007). Methane makes up ...

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