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ARTIODACTYLA The Zenith of Mammalian Evolution?

ARTIODACTYLA The Zenith of Mammalian Evolution?

ARTIODACTYLA The Zenith of Mammalian Evolution?. Mammalogy – EEOB 625 5 March 2004. ARTIODACTYLA: Origin & Evolution . A successful, modern taxon? Parallel but distinct from Perissodactyla Separate origin from Condylartha Diversification from Miocene with minimal

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Animal Nutrition III (Ch. 41)

Animal Nutrition III (Ch. 41)

Animal Nutrition III (Ch. 41). Ruminant digestion Symbiosis Definition Algal-invertebrate Chemoautotroph-invertebrate. Hydrothermal vent H 2 S (sulfide) chemoautotrophy. Keywords. Basic parts of alimentary canal. Mechanical digestion. storage. absorption. mouth. anus.

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Ruminant Digestion

Ruminant Digestion

Ruminant Digestion. Different Digestive Systems. The three different types of digestive systems are: Monogastric Modified Monogastric Ruminant. Ruminant. A few animals with ruminant digestive systems are sheep, cattle, goats, deer and giraffes.

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Ruminant Digestion

Ruminant Digestion

Ruminant Digestion. Relationships Between Organisms. What is a ruminant?. Specialized digestive system capable of digesting cellulose. Has a stomach with 4 distinct compartments Cattle, sheep, goats, deer & elk. Compartment Capacity. Reticulum 5% of capacity Rumen 80% of capacity

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Ruminant Digestion

Ruminant Digestion

Ruminant Digestion. Cows, Sheep, Goats, and Deer. Digestion. Digestion is the process of breaking down feed into simple substances that can be absorbed by the body. Absorption is the taking of the digested parts of the feed into the bloodstream.

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Ruminant Digestion

Ruminant Digestion

Ruminant Digestion. Different Digestive Systems. The three different types of digestive systems are: Monogastric Modified Monogastric Ruminant. Ruminant. A few animals with ruminant digestive systems are sheep, cattle, goats, deer and giraffes.

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Ruminant Digestion

Ruminant Digestion

Ruminant Digestion. Different Digestive Systems. The three different types of digestive systems are: Monogastric Modified Monogastric Ruminant. Ruminant. A few animals with ruminant digestive systems are sheep, cattle, goats, and deer.

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Ruminant Carbohydrate Digestion

Ruminant Carbohydrate Digestion

Ruminant Carbohydrate Digestion. References Church 145-171; 260-297 Van Soest 95-117; 118-128; 160-165, 171-177 Sejrsen 139-143 Journal of Dairy Science 84:1294-1309 Journal of Animal Science 80:1112- Carbohydrates in common feedstuffs Carbohydrate, %DM Alfalfa Grass Corn DDGS

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Non-Ruminant Digestion

Non-Ruminant Digestion

Non-Ruminant Digestion. What are Non-Ruminants?. Animals with digestive systems that have a simple stomach structure, also called a monogastric system Most animals are classified as omnivores or carnivores. The Non-Ruminant System. Mouth. Esophagus. Stomach. Small Intestine.

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Ruminant

Ruminant

Ruminant. Animal Nutrition. Herbivores. How do herbivores eating grass/ plant material digest this food? Grass is low in energy – how does this affect their eating habits? Cellulose cell wall – need access to the energy store. Ruminants.

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Ruminant and Pseudo- ruminant

Ruminant and Pseudo- ruminant

Ruminant and Pseudo- ruminant. By Rachel Footit and Rebecca Groves. What is a Ruminant animal?. It is an animal that has 4 compartments in their stomach. It contains a rumen, reticulum, omasum, Abomasum. These are found in cattle, sheep, goats, and chickens.

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