ANSC 324 - Applied Animal Nutrition Exam 1-Review • Be able to calculate apparent digestibility, and apparent and true ileal digestibility. • Be able to convert between differing units of measure. • Be able to define a nutrient and the different classes of nutrients. • Be able to describe how proteins are digested and absorbed, including enzymes involved. • Be able to describe the components of proximate analysis, and be able to calculate each component, given the proper information. • Be able to describe the concept of a limiting amino acid. • Be able to describe the concept of an “Ideal Protein”. • Be able to relate amino acids requirements on a basis relative to Lys, and be able to relate Lys level to ME level. • Be able to describe the differences between gross energy, digestible energy, metabolizable energy, and net energy. Also, be able to calculate DE and ME from GE if the proper information is provided. • Be able to describe the objectives of diet formulation, and why ingredients must
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