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Lactose intolerant people lack the ability to produce the enzyme lactase. True A variety of muscles control movement into and out of various parts of the GI tract. True All amino acids are needed by all animals. True Adult ruminants need to have B vitamins added to their diets. True Milk production in all animals does not require additional nutrients beyond those needed for body maintenance. False All farm animals need Vitamin C added to their diets. False Vitamin C is synthesized in ample quantities in animal tissues of ruminants, True Digestive enzymes are secreted only in the stomach, small intestine and gall bladder. False Lactose breaks down into glucose and sucrose. False Vitamin Z is usually added to rations for nonruminants. False Saturated fats tend to come from animal products. True The horse population in the U.S. is correlated to the U.S. economy. True The newborn calf functions as a monogastric animal. True Digestion is a chemical, enzymatic and mechanical process. True Saturated fats are healthier than unsaturated fats. False Fats serve as a carrier for Vitamins A, D, E and K. True Due to the decrease in farm population, our overall production of animal products has decreased since 1960. False It's impossible to get too much vitamin A. False Green leafy vegetables and liver are good sources of Vitamin A. True Most animals were domesticated in the old world several thousand years ago. True Milk fever is due to a severe decrease of calcium in the blood. True In animals, ultraviolet rays convert the sterol, 7-dehydrocholesterol, located in animal tissues near the skin surface, to Vitamin D3. True Plant protein has higher biological value than animal protein. False Vitamin C is an antioxidant. True Amino acids are found in greater quantities in animal protein. True Most vitamins serve as regulators of body metabolism. True As family income increases so does the consumption of meat. True Providing food free of charge to underdeveloped countries is a good way to solve world hunger. False Macrominerals are more important than microminerals. False Salt is nonessential to the diet. False Milk is naturally high in Vitamin D. False Chocolate milk is produced by the Brown Swiss breed. False Chlorine helps to maintain osmotic pressure. True Heart lesions and abnormalities may be due to a potassium deficiency. True A magnesium deficiency may cause Grass Tetany in cattle. True Milk is a good source of Vitamin X. False Goiter is due to an Iodine deficiency. True Minerals are inorganic elements. True Magnesium and manganese are basically the same mineral. False Young lambs function as non-ruminants. True The saliva of cattle and sheep contain large amounts of salivary amylase. False Increase in milk production in the U.S. is due in part to genetics. True The upper front teeth of cattle wear to a flat surface after many years of chewing roughage. False Much of the research that benefits
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