BSC2011 Exam Review - Bioenergetics Thermoregulation Animal...

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Animal nutrition Nitrogenous wastes Water balance Circulation Respiration Development Excitable cells Homeostatic Processes: Water Balance Nutrition Circulation Gas Exchange Development BSC2011 Exam 1 Review Homeostasis picture: Define- The body's automatic tendency to maintain a constant internal environment Nutrition: -Why are some nutrients are considered "essential" in the diets of certain animals? Food Processing: Ingestion, Digestion, Absorption, Elimination Mammalian Digestive System: Carbohydrates Proteins Nucleic Acids Fats
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Mouth Salivary amylase Esophagus Stomach Pepsin Small Intestine Pancreatic amylase Trypsin, Chymotrypsin Nuclease Lipase Where does Carb digestion begin? With what enzyme? Where does Protein digestion begin? With what enzyme? Large Intestine: -water absorption -wastes of digestive tract -bacteria’s home: produce vitamins (biotin, folic acid, Vitamin K, B vitamins -rectum: terminal portion Nitrogenous Wastes
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