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Science / Nutrition in animals

Science / Nutrition in animals

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Animal nutrition covers nutrient requirements, how the food is consumed, and how the body utilizes the food. Digestion is process that converts complex food substances to simpler ones.

Nutrition involves the following:

  1. Ingestion,
  2. Digestion,
  3. Absorption,
  4. Assimilation, and
  5. Egestion

Ruminants are grazing animals like cows and deers. They quickly ingest the food and store it in rumen and later brings the food back to mouth for chewing it well. Amoeba ingests the food using its feet.

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  • Nutrition in Animals - SmartTest

    A SmartTest on Nutrition in Animals

    • Accessed by: 522 Students
    • Average Time: 70:10:10
    • Average Score: 58.37
    • Questions: 86
    • Introduction to Nutrition in animals
    • Types of teeth in Human and their functions
    • Structure of the Human teeth
    • Taking care of the teeth
    • Digestion system in Humans-Digestion in mouth, stomach
    • Digestion system in Humans- Assimilation
    • Digestion in Grass eating animals
    • Digestion in amoeba
    • Review of Nutrition in animals
    • How do animals take in food ?
    • Digestion and absorption in small intestine
    • Digestion system in Humans - Egestion
  • Nutrition in Animals -- Summary

    Learnhive Lesson on Nutrition in Animals

    • Accessed by: 450 Students

Factoids

India is the worlds largest producer of bananas, producing nearly 26 million tons in 2009.

Around 8% of children and 2% of adults have some kind of food allergy. Common examples of food allergies include reactions to peanuts, gluten and shellfish.

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