40. Animal Nutrition

40. Animal Nutrition - elimination) B. Types of digestion...

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Animal Nutrition I. Methods of food intake A. Dietary categories (i.e. herbivore, omnivore, carnivore) B. Feeding mechanism (i.e. suspension, substrate, fluid, bulk) II. Reasons for food intake A. ATP B. Carbon Skeleton C. Nitrogen D. Essential Nutrients 1. Amino acids 2. Fatty acids 3. Vitamins 4. Minerals III. Digestion of food A. Food processing (i.e. ingestion, digestion, absorption and
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Unformatted text preview: elimination) B. Types of digestion (intra versus extracellular) C. Caloric balance 1. Hunger signals to the brain (i.e. ghrelin, insulin, leptin and PYY) IV. The digestive system A. Accessory glands B. Oral cavity C. Stomach D. Small intestine E. Large intestine V. Dietary adaptations A. Dental B. Intestinal C. Bacterial...
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