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1. Compare and contrast the definition of ration with that of diet. (Be careful: I ask for comparison and contrast, so don't just define them.) A ration is a daily allocation of food (or feed) while a diet is a mixture of feedstuffs used to supply nutrients to an animal. In other words, ration is the amount of food the animal gets fed each day while a diet is the specific food(s) in the ration the animal is getting. 2. Are the nutrients required by plants and animals the same? Why? No, while animals also require most of the nutrients required by plants, animals need about 15 more nutrients than a plant. 3. Read the section "Composition of Animal Feed" on text pp. 6 - 8. Select the five most important pieces of information from the section and paraphrase them List them in order with the most important first. 1. Carbohydrates: They make up the major fraction of most plant tissues and include a monosaccharide, glucose, which is the simple sugar required by all animal cells as an energy source. 2.
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This note was uploaded on 05/12/2010 for the course ANSI 3543 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Oklahoma State.

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