ANS 319 - EXAM 1 - CARBOHYDRATE DIGESTION - SPRING 2012

ANS 319 - EXAM 1 - CARBOHYDRATE DIGESTION - SPRING 2012 -...

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[] 1. TRUE or FALSE – Monosaccharides are the only carbohydrates that can be absorbed. 2. Fill in the blanks for the chart below. BRUSH BORDER ENZYMES Polysaccharides Dissaccharides SUCRASE Sucrose Glucose + Maltose Glucose + Glucose Glucose + Galactose 3. Label the descriptions below as either – amylolytic (A) or cellulolytic (C) – bacteria. Predominated in roughage fed diets. Prefer pH 6-7 Produce propionate, butyrate, and sometimes lactate Prefer pH 5-6 Produce acetate, propionate, little butyrate, CO 2 Digest starch 4. Write the name of the Volatile Fatty Acids (VFA’s) below.
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Unformatted text preview: 5. 70-80% of a ruminants energy needs are met by 6. Monosaccharides can be taken up by either active transport or and carried to the liver. 7. Volatile Fatty Acids produced by rumen microbes are absorbed via | CARBOHYDRATE DIGESTION EXAM 1 CH 2 C O O CH 3 CH 3 C O O CH 2 C O O CH 2 CH 3 8. and acetate are the major energy sources for ruminants whereas is reserved for gluconeogenesis. | CARBOHYDRATE DIGESTION EXAM 1...
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