Exam II - EXAM II 76.5 1. What is the dental formula of an...

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EXAM II – 76.5 1.  What is the dental formula of an alpaca llama or alpaca? 1     1     1-2     3 1    1    1-2    3 2.  What is meant by the term “pseudoruminant”? 3 compartments to stomach (C1 C2 C3) Seen as 4 stomachs 3.  Lamoids are very efficient at converting plant material into usable protein and energy,  and can therefore be stocked on pasture more densely than other species. a. What is the stocking rate for llama’s per acre? 3.5 to 5.5 b. What is the stocking rate for alpacas per acre? 5 to 8 4.  If water is restricted below the requirements, what is the first thing that may be seen? 5.  Llamas and alpacas generally eat what percent of their body weight per day? 1.5 to 2% 6.  What deficiency are fall crias with insufficient sunlight especially prone to? Vitamin D deficiency 7.  Lamoids require different nutritional needs during various life stages. List the life  stages discussed in lecture.
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- Nursing Cria - Adult- Pregnant - Geriatric - Lactating - Working 8.  What is the name of the disorder if the Cria does not ingest colostrums, or does not 
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