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Question set#3 - • Re-swallowed 3 What is the plant storage form of carbohydrate The plant storage form of a carbohydrate is starch a What is the

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Russ Caudill SAAS 113 Question set #3 September 16, 2008 1.) Name the three sections of the small intestine. The three sections of the small intestine are the Duodenum, Jejunum and Ileum. a.) Which section is the site of pancreatic secretions?  The Duodenum is the site of pancreatic secretions. 2.) What is rumination? Rumination is a process that allows a ruminate animal to forage and ingest feed  quickly then complete the digestion/chewing at a later time. a.) Name the four stages of rumination  (hint: the four R’s) Regurgitation Re-chewed Re-ensalivated 
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Unformatted text preview: • Re-swallowed 3.) What is the plant storage form of carbohydrate? The plant storage form of a carbohydrate is starch. a.) What is the animal storage form of carbohydrate? The animal storage form of carbohydrates is glycogen. 4.) What is the major difference between the disaccharides, maltose and cellobiose? The major difference between the disaccharides, maltose and cellibose is the linkage that each has and what animals can break down each. • Cellobiose – ∞ 1,4 linkage • Maltose – b 1,4 linkage...
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Question set#3 - • Re-swallowed 3 What is the plant storage form of carbohydrate The plant storage form of a carbohydrate is starch a What is the

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