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covers all content and equations used in animal nutrition and feeding, including questions and answers

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Biology Nutrition Chemistry Health Metabolism Underwater diving physiology Fatty acids Food science Animal nutrition Nutrient Essential fatty acid Fat
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Biology Nutrition Chemistry Health Metabolism Underwater diving physiology Fatty acids Food science Animal nutrition Nutrient Essential fatty acid Fat
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synthesis of body tissue - provide energy for metabolism - regulate and facilitate metabolism of other nutrients feedstuff - components of feed - may be whole feds - may be fed in isolation supplements - one component of a feed ration or diet - not normal fed by itself - metabolism = all the chemical and physical process that take place in the body - anabolism = metabolism that builds body tissue - catabolism = metabolism that breaks down body tissue - digestion = nutrients broken down into a form that are useable by body cells roles nutrients / energy - carbs fat = energy - protein = growth and maintenance - vitamins & minerals = body process and structure mono-gastric digestive system - animals have ; horse, pig, cat, dog, bird - single stomach compartments - make very poor use of fibrous feeds 1 ________________ Tuesday, 31 May 2016 - horse = microbia...
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