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POUL 1010E Module 3 concepts to understand: Chapter 6 of textbook o plant material is the most widely consumed food item and within this category seeds and fruit are the most commonly consumed o the fact that birds occupy every kind of ecological niche and have evolved different strategies (senses, beak structure, use of tools and other animals, etc.) to thrive in these niches when it comes to acquiring food - be able to give some examples o basic function(s) of the crop, gizzard, ceca, small intestine, proventriculus, large intestine o potential sites (digestive organs) for bacterial fermentation of ingested leafy plant material o the importance of nutritional research prior to placing specimens of bird species in captivity Chapter 7 of textbook o terms ovoviviparous, oviparous o reproduction in birds is seasonal, based largely on food availability o cues for reproduction o lack of the right ovary and oviduct, regression of the left ovary and oviduct in non-breeding periods o
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