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Austrian researchers found that the digestive microbes in the rumen may be strong enough to break down plastic.
In the past, experiments to break down plastics have relied on single microorganisms but the fluid found in the rumen has proven to be more effective.
All three were broken down by the microorganisms in the rumen fluid with the powder version breaking down quicker than the other two.
Because cows’ stomachs can break down materials similar in structure to plastic, like plant-based polyesters produced by a plant called cutin, the scientists hypothesized that rumen could also break down plastic.
In den Rumen hatten unsre Leute bereits wie die Vandalen gehaust.German Atrocities from German Evidence|Joseph Bdier
When the distention is great, the blood is prevented from circulating in the vessels of the rumen, and is determined to the head.Sheep, Swine, and Poultry|Robert Jennings
The danger of jumping or running is greatest when the rumen is distended with food.
The rumen or first stomach of the camels and llamas is provided with so-called “water-cells,” for the storage of water.The Anatomy of the Human Peritoneum and Abdominal Cavity|George. S. Huntington
The operation should be performed in severe cases only, where the rumen is excessively overloaded and distended.