In the stomach of herbivores there are many microbes and protozoa that help herbivores digest the cellulose cell walls of plants and break down cellulose into individual monomers. For ruminants, carbohydrates are needed to ensure the life of the rumen microflora (microorganisms, ciliates, protozoa), which depends on the carbohydrate composition of the diet and requires different forms of carbohydrates – sometimes easily and quickly digestible and intensively fermented, such as sugar, starch, and sometimes vice versa , with a moderate rate of digestibility or hardly digestible, such as fiber, dextrin, inulin.
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