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I. Introduction Animal Nutrition A. Definition & Why?
Nutrition = bioenergetics or energy required for Life Strategies are based on metabolic rate and can be divided into endothermic and ectothermic. Figure 40.17
Metabolic rate == making and using ATP Figure 9.19
B. Metabolism Overview
1. Basal Metabolic Rate vs. Standard Metabolic Rate
2. Energy Budgets based on size, environment, behavior, and energy strategy Figure 40.20
Size vs. Energy Expenditures
3. Regulation of intake is controlled by need? Figure 40.16
Regulating metabolism lies at the system and cellular level. Figure 9.20
II. Diet A. Definition B. Categories
1. Amino acids Essential versus Non-essential
2. Essential Fatty Acids == unsaturated type
3. Vitamins == two groups water soluble
or fat soluble
II. Strategies A. Categories
The main categories for animal nutrition are 1. Herbivore,
The main categories for animal nutrition are2. Carnivore,
The main categories for animal nutrition areand 3. Omnivore.
The main mechanisms for animal nutrition are 1. suspension,2. substrate, 3. fluid, and 4. bulk feeders. Figure 41.6
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I. Introduction Animal Nutrition A. Definition & Why? Figure
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