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Animal Nutrition, Digestive System, Fat, Vitamins, Minerals, Proteins and Carbohydrate Revision

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Covers diagrams on the monogastric digestive system, revision questions exploring all aspects of the ANF subject based on lecture slides, assessments and study/research

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Animal Nutrition, Digestive System, Fat, Vitamins, Minerals, Proteins and Carbohydrate Revision
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Nutrition Health Biology Personal life Ruminant Digestion Animal nutrition Carbohydrate Nutrient Protein Metabolism Digestive enzyme
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Nutrition Health Biology Personal life Ruminant Digestion Animal nutrition Carbohydrate Nutrient Protein Metabolism Digestive enzyme
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Within the context of nutrition, explain this Nutrition is the process of converting organic and inorganic (minerals) materials into food for body growth, maintenance and reproduction by individuals and population. All animals require adequate nutrition. For wild animals, they are not dependant on the owner to supply nutritional needs. Therefore they rarely experience deficiencies of minerals or vitamins because they have constant access to all they need. Draw and label simple monogastric system: ________________ Roles of each organ in the simple mono gastric system: oesophagus: transfers food to stomach, secretes mucous to assist food movement to stomach and muscular waves called peristalsis. stomach: breaks down food and mixes it with acid and digestive enzymes pyloric sphincter: controls passage of material out of stomach pancreas: produces hormo...
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