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Non-Ruminant Digestion. What are Non-Ruminants? Animals with digestive systems that have a simple stomach structure, also called a monogastric system.

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1 Non-Ruminant Digestion

2 What are Non-Ruminants? Animals with digestive systems that have a simple stomach structure, also called a monogastric system –Most animals are classified as omnivores or carnivores

3 The Non-Ruminant System Mouth Esophagus Stomach Small Intestine Large Intestine Anus

4 The Non-Ruminant System Mouth –Collects and chews feed and vegetation –Teeth Carnivores –Sharp teeth for tearing and ripping Omnivores –Sharp teeth and flat molars for tearing and grinding

5 The Non-Ruminant System Salivary Glands –Secretes digestive enzymes –Provide lubrication for swallowing

6 The Non-Ruminant System Esophagus –Connects mouth to stomach –Unidirectional Forceful regurgitation may occur in some animals when sick

7 The Non-Ruminant System Stomach –Glandular pouch that mixes and churns feed –Secretes gastric juices and enzymes to aid in food particle breakdown

8 The Non-Ruminant System Pancreas –Produces and secretes enzymes Aids in the digestion of carbohydrates and fats Liver –Lobed reddish brown organ –Produces bile (greenish in color) Aids in the digestion of fats Gall Bladder –Storage sac for bile from liver Secretes bile into small intestine

9 The Non-Ruminant System Small Intestine –Secretes intestinal juices Pale watery substance from the intestinal wall –Protein digestion –Buffers hydrochloric acid from the stomach –Digests and absorbs nutrients

10 The Non-Ruminant System Small Intestine Sections –Duodenum Secretion of intestinal juices, pancreatic enzymes and bile to further digest food –Jejunum Digestion Absorption of nutrients – Ileum Absorption of nutrients

11 The Non-Ruminant System Cecum –Non-functioning blind pouch found in-between the small intestine and large intestine Large Intestine –Absorbs water and adds mucus to undigested feed

12 The Non-Ruminant System Rectum –Internal sphincter which controls excretion Anus –External sphincter which controls excretion

13 The Non-Ruminant System Mouth Salivary Glands Esophagus Liver Gall Bladder Stomach Pancreas Small Intestine Cecum Rectum Large Intestine Anus Duodenum Jejunum Ileum

14 Lobed reddish brown organ, produces bile (greenish in color), aids in the digestion of fats

15 Secretes intestinal juices digests and absorbs nutrients

16 Secretes digestive enzymes provides lubrication for swallowing

17 Secretion of intestinal juices, pancreatic enzymes and bile to further digest food, 1 st section of small intestine

18 Connects mouth to stomach unidirectional

19 Glandular pouch that mixes and churns feed, secretes gastric juices and enzymes

20 Collects and chews feed and vegetation

21 Produces and secretes enzymes, aids in the digestion of carbohydrates and fats

22 Who has sharp teeth for tearing and ripping?

23 Absorbs water and adds mucus to undigested feed

24 Storage sac for bile from liver, secretes bile into small intestine

25 Who has sharp teeth and flat molars for tearing and grinding?

26 Internal sphincter which controls excretion

27 Absorption of nutrients 3 rd section of small intestine

28 Non-functioning blind pouch found in-between the small intestine and large intestine

29 External sphincter which controls excretion

30 Digestion and absorption of nutrients 2 nd section of small intestine

31 The Non-Ruminant System


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