Ppt on nutrition in animals class 7

Source of photo: 健康人美食. Contents 1. Introduction 2. Nutritive value of Soya bean 3. Soya bean products 4. Choice and storage of Soya bean products 5.

contents 7. Class Activities Source of photo: 健康人美食 Introduction Soya beans have been grown in China as food for over 2000 years. Nowadays, soya beans have become one of the most important crops in the world because of the high nutritive value./of nuts, pulses and cereals Fat    Carbohydrates    Vitamins   Inadequate supply of Vitamin B12 which is only available in animal food. Minerals   The adsorption of calcium and iron will be affected with too much phytic acid.  for adequate supply Study the/


BIOLOGY FOR CLASS IX.  Content  Need For Food  Synthesis Of Large Molecules From Smaller Basic Units  Simple Sugar,Starch And Glucose  Fatty Acids.

Modes Of NutritionNutrition In Memmals  Nutrition In Man  Constitute Of Food  Balance Diet  Digestion In Man  Types Of Teeth  Digestion Process  Disorders Of Gud Food And Nutrition Class IX /in the plants and the nutrients are passed on to other animals that eat these plants. When living things die and rot in the ground, the nutrients in them end up in the soil and get dissolved in/ pigments –Chlorophyll a –Chlorophyll b –Carotenoids –Xanthophyll Figure 7.7 Chl a has a methyl group Chl b has a /


Lecture 3 GOAT PRODUCTION AND HUSBANDRY Breeds of Goat in Nigeria There are three main breeds of goats in Nigeria. The Sahel goat It is found more abundantly.

some cottonseed hulls or other fibers may be included in the grain where hay or other roughages are not readily available. Dairy goats are good eaters and can consume from 4 to 7% of their body weight as compared to 3 to/in a certain state, a formal writing of any fact or information. It applies to all classes of livestock production. Record keeping is important for the following reasons: A farmer will know whether he is operating at a loss or profit. He will know the nutritional status of the animals/


FEEDING METHODS. Introduction  Things to know  The nutritional value of feeds  Animal requirements of nutrients  Nutrients intake  Availability of.

FeedDMTDNCPCaP Corn889090.030.32 Citrus pulp918261.50.11 Wheat middlings9080180.171.0 Cottonseed, fuzzy92 230.160.7 Corn gluten feed9080230.360.82 Distillers grains90 270.110.43 Cottonseed meal9275490.21.1 Soybean meal9084490.80/animal Plant growth (yield and nutrient content) Animal nutrient intake Summary  Forage quality varies greatly among and within forage crops, and nutritional needs vary among and within animal classes  Try to match forage to animal needs  The more mature and fibrous (lower in/


Importance of Agriculture to Society

plates out of sight. These amounts represent the fat in each of the food items listed below. When the class arrives, talk about fast food. Have the students / high in saturated fats and for nutritional purposes should be considered solid fats. Solid fats are fats that are solid at room temperature. Solid fats are from animals and / in clothing. 7. Much of the cloth produced today is manufactured from petroleum 7. Much of the cloth produced today is manufactured from petroleum. This process was developed in /


Welcome Class of 2016 to Bastrop High School Home of the Bears.

Class of 2016 to Bastrop High School Home of the Bears Guidance Department Mr. Matthews sees A-M Mrs. Bennight sees N-Z Located by office in/ Classifications 9th grade = less than 7 credits 10th grade = 7 credits 11th grade = 13 credits/Resources Agricultural Mechanics and Metal Technology Livestock Production Small Animal Management Wildlife, Fisheries, and Ecology Management Equine Science/& Technology Electives Hospitality and Tourism Lifetime Nutrition and Wellness Restaurant Management Career & Technology/


Epigenetic connection between nutrients and cancer

Metastasis Tumor microenvironment Feinberg, Nat Rev 2006;7:21 One-carbon metabolism and DNA methylation Methionine/in histone. HMTs can be divided into three classes, protein arginine methyltransferases, SET domain containing lysine methyltransferases, and Dot1 class/diet adaptation period, alcohol concentrations were gradually increased. Animals were harvested after 5 and 10 week of diet/ diseases and maintain our health. Future perspectives in nutritional epigenetics We knew that nutrients and bioactive food/


Nutrition: A Lifespan Approach, by Simon Langley-Evans. © 2009 Simon Langley-Evans. 1 Learning objectives.

on birth weight in humans. Social class I- professionals, class II- clerical workers, class III- skilled manual or nonmanual workers, class IV- unskilled workers, class V- unemployed. Nutrition: A Lifespan/Barker (2001).) Nutrition: A Lifespan Approach, by Simon Langley-Evans. © 2009 Simon Langley-Evans. 7 Research Highlight 4 Thrifty phenotype or thrifty genotype? Nutrition: A Lifespan / fed control or low-protein (LP) diets in pregnancy. On giving birth, all animals were fed the same diet and when adult /


Medical Nutrition Therapy in Neurological Disorders Part 1.

Management in Stroke Primary preventionPrimary prevention Acute management (screening for dysphagia and nutritional risk)Acute management (screening for dysphagia and nutritional risk) Intervention for swallowing disorders via consistency changesIntervention for swallowing disorders via consistency changes AHA Guidelines for Primary Prevention of CVD and Stroke: 2006 Update Smoking: complete cessation (Class I, evidence level BSmoking: complete cessation (Class I, evidence level B Avoid exposure to/


PERFORMANCE NUTRITION

animal products (meat, dairy, eggs,…) Fatty fish, walnuts, pumpkin seeds, ground flax Avoid hydrogenation/trans fats Approx. 1 gram/kg/day PERFORMANCE NUTRITION Before, During and Recovery PRE-COMP NUTRITION Pre-exercise nutrition provides: Energy Physical Comfort Mental Alertness Reduction in/ FEW SLIDES FIT INTO (IE. FROM SLIDE #7 (3-4 hours for large meal to digest 2/in the fat burning zone; using more fat than carb/pro as fuel; improving fitness while losing weight May be appropriate for aesthetics/class/


Husbandry and Nutrition of Chelonians and Lizards July 24, 2008 Ryan Thames NCSU-CVM Class of 2010.

Nutrition of Chelonians and Lizards July 24, 2008 Ryan Thames NCSU-CVM Class of 2010 Basic Reptile Taxonomy Class/: 32-35 o C Water temp: 24-30 o C 5-7 o C< for nighttime temp Seasonal fluctuations may be necessary Temperature Sources/Nutrition: Feeding Omnivores 50% animal/high protein foods Earthworms, crickets, slugs, snails, pinkies 50% plant material 75% vegetables 25% fruit www.the-lizard-lounge.com Nutrition: Feeding Carnivores Turtles: Whole fish, skinned mice & pinkies, shrimp (w/shells) Insects in/


Ag Science Meat Product Quality.

blade pot roast, 7-bone pot roast, short ribs 6. Brisket—Contains the following retail cuts/ are quality and yield grades of live animals estimated? Conformation describes the animal’s external form and shape. Visual evaluation/ classes. Barrows and gilts are classed together with grade standards. Sows have different grade standards. Boars and stags are not commonly used in / physical and chemical compositions of meat products? What are the nutritional values of meat products? What are the wholesale and retail /


Nutrition for Show Steers Jim Sprinkle Area Extension Agent, Animal Science University of Arizona American Hereford Association.

with a fat content of 3.0 to 7.3% or Select- to Choice+. Puberty Maturity USDA Quality Grades PrimeChoiceSelect Show Animal Nutritional Requirements **A 40 day adjustment period is required/=  20 lbs. feed intake x.30 portion hay = Total Measure length and heart girth in inches. Wt. In lbs. = (HG x HG x BL)/300 Speeding Up ADG Increase the grain % Add higher/-.30” (PYG 2.7) RREA – 14.2 AREA – 16.2 (subtract.8) KPH fat – 2.5% (subtract.2) Final Y.G. 1.7 ars.sdstate.edu/ classes/AS101/01%20Beef%20Evaluation%/


METHODS OF ANIMAL BREEDING

show rules may require. that animals be classed based on Livestock show rules may require that animals be classed based on their ages (Frequently, animals that are the maximum allowable age for a particular class have a competitive advantage); /in which they will reach a desirable breeding age and thus the length of time required to bring them into production). Age of Puberty and Breeding Ages of Livestock Season of birth, temperature, nutrition, rate of maturity, and heredity affect the age at which animals/


Copyright © 2010 Delmar, Cengage Learning. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Unit 26 Animal Anatomy, Physiology, and Nutrition Determine the nutritional requirements.

Animal Nutrition Animal nutrition as important as human nutrition Focus on: –Feed efficiency –Rate of gain –Days to market weight Copyright © 2010 Delmar, Cengage Learning. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Animal Nutrition Definition of terms –Ration: Amount and content of food eaten by an animal in/ Texas A & M University) Copyright © 2010 Delmar, Cengage Learning. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Major Classes of Nutrients Water Protein Carbohydrates Minerals Vitamins Fat Copyright © 2010 Delmar, Cengage Learning. ALL RIGHTS /


Nutrition & the Politics of Famine International Development & Health Hilary Term 2009 Proochista Ariana.

Nutrition Transition 1.Hunting & gathering: Plants, low-fat wild animals; varied diet 2.Famine: Cereals predominant; diet less varied 3.Receding famine: Fewer starchy staples; more fruits, vegetables, animal protein; low variety 4.Degenerative disease: More fat, sugar & processed foods; less fibre 5.Behavioural change: Less fat and processing; increased carbohydrates, fruits and vegetables Shifts in Diets increases in/Obese class I30.00 - 34-99 Obese class II35.00 - 39.99 Obese class /7% of deaths among females Of/


Characteristics of Life All organisms have many features or characteristics in common.

animals in other classes 4 The Diversity of Animals 5 VertebratesInvertebrates Reptiles Insects Arachnids Fish Birds Worms The Diversity of Plants 6 AlgaeFerns Moss Conifers Flowering Plants Learning check What is meant by Diversity? 7 What makes Plants & Animals/) from the environment 23 Sources of Nutrition In Animals: feed on other organisms In Plants: make food by photosynthesis and absorbing chemicals from the environment Energy flow: Sun  Plants  Animals 24 Excretion Excretion - is the elimination/


Growing Fit and Trim Kids: Promoting Health, Preventing Obesity

in not-in seat classes, i.e. PE (Noa, et al, Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, 2007) Physical Activity Center Imagination Station Plastic tub filled with dress-up clothes Microphone, drums, toy musical instruments   Puppets, marionettes, magician kits, various stuffed animals/Collins, 2001 What is the Best Dietary Approach for Treating Overweight Children? Nutritional Counseling in Overweight Children (>85th <99th BMI), 7-18 Years Dietary approaches based on portion control and/balanced calorie healthy,/


ALCTS/PCC Workshop: Basic Subject Cataloging Using LCSH

Workshop: Basic Subject Cataloging Using LCSH Instructor’s Manual Application of Subdivisions Session 7 Application of subdivisions ALCTS/PCC Workshop: Basic Subject Cataloging Using LCSH Instructor’s /ANIMATED SLIDE: CLICK TO BRING IN EACH BULLET OR EXAMPLE 1st bullet: Free-floating lists often include entries composed of multiple subfields. For example, H 1100 includes both: $x Nutrition and $x Nutrition $x Requirements It would be correct to use a string such as $x Nutrition $x Requirements under a class/


Protein Concentrates Pages 220-229. Classes of Protein Concentrates Plant –Byproducts of oilseed or grain processing Animal –Byproducts of meat, dead.

%8485 NDF, %7-15% PalatabilityGood Antiquality factors Trypsin inhibitor (Destroyed by heating) Urease (Destroyed by heating) P34 protein (May cause allergic reaction in young animals) Use of SBM in ration balancing –Commonly used in diets of all /in the early diets of young animals (To avoid allergic reactions) Milk replacers –Use purified soy protein concentrate Nursery pigs (First diet) –Use purified soy protein concentrate –Limit SBM to 12 to 15% of first diet Whole (Full-fat) soybeans –Nutrition/


The Opportunity. $18.5 Billion 51% $180 Million

class treatment of animals Erro would rate “5” in Animal Welfare Global Animal Partnership The Right Positioning High Quality Packaging keeps our food Fresh. Bag composition: Bags are comprised of high quality film that keeps the product sealed Top of the line seal: Keeps healthy food fresh, nutritional and palatable Our Packaging is manufactured close by in/50 $22.20 $42.99 $32.99 - $34.99 Adult Formula WE2000 $36.56 $4.57 $8.99 $7.49 - $7.99 WE2020 $5.80 $37.20 $9.30 $17.99 $12.99 - $13.99 WE2040 $3.15 $20/


Tennessee Master Meat Goat Producer

animal must eat it to perform. If intake is below predicted values, the ration may have to be adjusted to improve performance. Factors Affecting Nutrient Requirements 1. Stage of Production 2. Age 3. Size and Body Condition 4. Milk Production 5. Weather / Topography 6. Length of Breeding Season 7. Breed Self-explanatory. Stage of Production One of the Major Criteria In Planning Nutritional Program/


Vets in your daily life. Veterinarian A vet, shortened from veterinarian (American English) or veterinary surgeon (British English), is a professional.

.7 Swine Nutrition. Nutrient requirements. Creep, starter, grower and finisher rations. Feeding of pigs for lean meat production. Low cost rations for swine. 1.8 Poultry nutrition. Special features of poultry nutrition. Nutrient requirements for meat and egg production. Formulation of rations for different classes of layers and broilers. 2. Animal Physiology 2.1 Physiology of blood and its circulation, respiration, excretion. Endocrine glands in health and/


NUTRITION FOR LIFE LEARNING TO EAT HEALTHY. WHAT IS NUTRITION? Nutrition: the science of food and the ways the body uses food. ALSO…. Nutrition: the study.

Nutrition: the study of how and why we make food choices. WHAT ARE NUTRIENTS? Nutrients: things in food that provide energy or help make body tissue. Necessary for Life!Necessary for Growth! SIX CLASSES OF NUTRIENTS! SIX CLASSES/ food, your diet will be low in sodium. (7) Alcohol contains nutrients not found in food. Homework: Research your statement and/ monounsaturated (fish, nuts, oils). -Must limit amounts of saturated fats (animal). -Eliminate trans fats (processed and packaged foods). MYTH VS. FACT (/


Preview Bellringer Key Ideas What is Nutrition? Carbohydrates Fats Proteins Chapter 7 Section 1 Carbohydrates, Fats, and Proteins.

food. Nutrients are substances in food that provide energy or help form body tissues and are necessary for life and growth. Chapter 7 Section 1 Carbohydrates, Fats, and Proteins What is Nutrition? Six Classes of Nutrients Chapter 7 1.Carbohydrates 2.Fats / temperature. They come from foods such as oils and fish. Chapter 7 Section 1 Carbohydrates, Fats, and Proteins Fats Cholesterol is another type of lipid found in all human and animal tissues. Your body makes cholesterol. You also get cholesterol from foods/


Setting the Stage  How much does agriculture matter to the U.S. economy?  How big a player is U.S. agriculture in the world?  How much money does the.

long term credit programs Soil Conservation Service (now NRCS) established in 1935 In 1933, federal government began nutrition assistance –Direct distribution of surplus foods, school lunch, and / period Counter-cyclical program –Payment rate is 45% of the difference in monthly Boston Class I price and $16.94 (target price) –Monthly payment is / products, whole eggs, produce and animal feed (3/4 of food) both domestic and imported. Also inspects animal feed and its label. $1.7 billion 1,550 inspectors -- $20/


Microbial Nutrition Bio3124 Lecture # 4. Lecture outline Reading: Ch. 4 (up to page 130) Lecture topics Nutritional requirements Nutritional classes of.

Nutritional requirements Nutritional classes of microorganisms Nutrient uptake mechanisms Culturing bacteria and culture media Culturing and pure colony isolation methods Nutritional Requirements Nutrients are substances required for biosynthesis of macromolecules, energy production and growth macroelements (macronutrients) required in/incubation Click for animation Animation: Streak plate technique  dispense cells onto medium in a Petri dish /of triplicate 100 ul from 10 -7 dilution of an actively growing E/


Metabolism & Energy Requirements Nutrition & Performance.

nutrition is one of the most studied areas of nutrition, and many long-held concepts of good nutrition, particularly those relevant to athletes, are being challenged. Six Classes/in the diet in amounts less than 100mg per day; examples – copper, fluoride, iodide, iron, manganese, selenium, zinc Sources – both plant & animal; more concentrated in animal products b/c animals eat plants Meal Timing In/threshold is approximately 7.5 kcal/min at approximately 500 kcal/week above resting levels In other words /


Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. Nutrition for Life Nutrition for Life Chapter 7.

Water Section 3 Meeting Your Nutritional Needs Section 4 Choosing a Healthful Diet Chapter 7 Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. Section 1 Carbohydrates, Fats, and Proteins VOCAB: Nutrition: a)the science or study/ within your body (family history) contained in the foods you eat (animal-based foods: meat, eggs, dairy) B.Cholesterol is necessary for certain essential functions in the body (cell membranes, hormones, etc) Chapter 7 Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston/


FOOD AND NUTRITION Carbohydrates, Fats, and Proteins.

Cholesterol is a waxy, fatlike substance that is found only in animal products. You need some cholesterol Your liver makes all the /NUTRITION Vitamins, Minerals, and Water VITAMINS Nutrients that are made by living things, are required in only small amounts, and that may assist chemical reactions in the body. VITAMINS Nutrients that are made by living things, are required in only small amounts, and that may assist chemical reactions in the body. 2 Classes/2 cups 3 cups 7 oz 5 1/2 oz Active Male Female 10 /


Lesson 1 Meeting the Nutritional Needs of Animals.

Animal growth requires mostly energy.  Very high levels of carbohydrates and fats in the animal’s diet provide this energy. C. Reproduction - Proper nutrition is the key to successful and efficient reproduction in animals.  Most reproductive failures are caused by poor nutrition in /be grouped into two general classes: Forages Continue: 1. A legume is a plant that can take nitrogen from the air.  These plants have specialized root parts called nodules, contain bacteria that aid in this process.  All of/


Goat (Small Ruminant) Boot Camp Neshoba County Coliseum July 18, 2015 KIPP BROWN EXTENSION LIVESTOCK COORDINATOR DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL AND DAIRY SCIENCES.

NUTRITIONAL HEALTH IN SHEEP AND GOATS SHEEP AND GOATS ARE PRETTY MUCH THE SAME ANIMAL WITH BOTH BEING SMALL RUMINANTS, AND THEREFORE CAN BE MANAGED IN/7 - 10 days) if of economic value  Castrate (after 8 weeks to help prevent urinary calculi) if of economic value  Vaccinate with CD/T (14 – 28 days) ALWAYS!  Watch for scours  E-coli  Coccidia MOST COMMON HEALTH PROBLEM FOR GOATS IN/classes of products  Give orally over the tongue The FAMACHA © System for assessing anemia and barber pole worm infection in/


ANIMAL SCIENCE Essential Standard 4.00: Understand the animal industry (large animal, poultry, equine, and aquaculture)

mineral supplements Primary aid in the development of bones and teeth. Animal Nutrition Vitamins needed in minute quantities help all body functions help prevent many livestock diseases Animal Nutrition Fats amounts of fat are required Classes of Feeds Concentrates low in fiber and high in nutrients Cereal grains corn, wheat, oats, barley, rye and milo Other sources by-products of grain and animals Classes of Feeds Roughages High in fiber Dry roughage/


Animal Science Essential Standard 4.00: Understand the animal industry (large animal, poultry, equine, and aquaculture)

development of bones and teeth. Animal Nutrition Vitamins needed in minute quantities help all body functions help prevent many livestock diseases Animal Nutrition Fats Only small amounts of fat are required Classes of Feeds Concentrates low in fiber and high in nutrients Cereal grains corn, wheat, oats, barley, rye and milo Other sources by-products of grain and animals Classes of Feeds Roughages High in fiber Dry roughage is hay Bermuda/


An Overview of NutritionAn Overview of Nutrition: Food, Energy, and Nutrients. Dietary Standards. Nutritional Assessment An Overview of Nutrition.

Nutrition Classes of Nutrients  The Six Classes of Nutrients:  Carbohydrates  Lipids  Proteins  Vitamin  Minerals  Water Carbohydrates Complex Simple Fiber Carbohydrates  Body ’ s main energy source  Foods high in complex carbohydrates are usually high in/Protein (Animal and plants) Proteins  Body cannot build eight of the twenty amino acids  These essential amino acids must be obtained from diet  Animal proteins are/ butter on it contains 16 grams carbohydrate, 7 grams protein and 9 gram of fat, /


© 2011 The British Nutrition Foundation Meat in the diet Dr Áine O’Connor British Nutrition Foundation.

of vitamin E, fattier cuts of meat will have a higher content of this vitamin Introduction of seed oils in animals diets ↑ vitamin E content of the meat © 2011 The British Nutrition Foundation Iron Function: Important as an oxygen carrier in haemoglobin in blood, or myoglobin in muscle, and is also required for many metabolic processes Meat is a rich source of bioavailable iron (haem iron/


Protein Concentrates Pages 220-229. Classes of Protein Concentrates Plant –Byproducts of oilseed or grain processing Animal –Byproducts of meat, dead.

%8485 NDF, %7-15% PalatabilityGood Antiquality factors Trypsin inhibitor (Destroyed by heating) Urease (Destroyed by heating) P34 protein (May cause allergic reaction in young animals) Use of SBM in ration balancing –Commonly used in diets of all /in the early diets of young animals (To avoid allergic reactions) Milk replacers –Use purified soy protein concentrate Nursery pigs (First diet) –Use purified soy protein concentrate –Limit SBM to 12 to 15% of first diet Whole (Full-fat) soybeans –Nutrition/


Practical Horticulture 7 th edition By Laura Williams Rice and Robert P. Rice, Jr. © 2011, 2006, 2003, 2000, 1997 Pearson Education, Inc. Pearson Prentice.

They contain several types, in varying percentages Soil is classified by textural class according to the type of particle that predominates. Practical Horticulture 7 th edition By Laura Williams/, including a major role in decomposition of organic matter & pesticides. They decompose dead plants and animals and make humus, and add/NJ 07458 PLANT NUTRITION Macronutrients Another disadvantage of high-nitrogen fertility levels is that succulent new growth may continue too late in summer, resulting in cold injury /


Introduction to Nutrition and Wellness And Your Teacher Mrs. Grant.

labs or other classwork? Write a 1 page paper on a topic/article I will give to you in class. Complete the activities during “rest” on Friday’s after the test, or Complete the activities, when /in optimal health. 4. Nutrition (also called nourishment) is the provision, to cells and organisms, of the materials necessary (in the form of food) to support life. Many common health problems can be prevented or alleviated with a healthy diet. 5. Nutrients any substance (food) that can be metabolized by an animal/


Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. Nutrition for Life Nutrition for Life Chapter 7.

Classes of Nutrients: Chapter 7 Carbohydrates(4 calories / gram) Proteins(4 calories / gram) Fats(9 calories / gram) Vitamins(0 calories) Minerals(0 calories) Water (0 calories) A Balanced Diet: Eating the right amount of nutrients from each class/in the foods you eat (animal-based foods: meat, eggs, dairy) B.Cholesterol is necessary for certain essential functions in the body (cell membranes, hormones, etc) Chapter 7/6-0.9 (taken from Nancy Clarks Sports Nutrition Guidebook) For a 150 pound male triathlete: /


1 Biochemical principles of nutrition. Nutrition may be defined as the science of food and its relationship to health. It is concerned primarily with.

in food and are very essential for the normal growth and nutrition of animals. In fact, they are vital accessory food factors required for the maintenance of optimum, health. They are present in various foods in/ Iron content of soya beans varies from 7-30 mg. per 100 gms. The /class proteins with all the essential amino acids and have the highest nutritive value among dietary proteins. In view of the presence of sulphur in the white of egg, they are considered as acid forming foods and resemble meat in/


Arthropods & Echinoderms. Phylum Arthropoda Well-Known Subdivisions of Phylum Arthropoda Class Arachnida Class Arachnida Order Scorpiones (scorpions)

(spiders) Order Araneae (spiders) Class Chilopoda (centipedes) Class Chilopoda (centipedes) Class Diplopoda (millipedes) Class Diplopoda (millipedes) Class Insecta (insects) Class Insecta (insects) Evolution Precambrian seas /tailflips Nutrition & Digestion Crayfish (crustacean): Crayfish (crustacean): DIET: omnivores; they eat plants, animals, and decaying organisms DIET: omnivores; they eat plants, animals, /7 times first year; molte 2 times in their remaining life Molt 7 times first year; molte 2 times in/


Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Nutrition for Life Chapter 7.

7 Nutrition… Nutrients… are substances in food that provide energy or help form body tissues and are necessary for life and growth. Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Section 1 Carbohydrates, Fats, and Proteins Six Classes of Nutrients Chapter 7/Vegetarian Diet A vegetarian diet is one in which few or no animal products are eaten. Chapter 7 Most vegetarians get all the proteins they need from the small amounts of animal products they eat. A lacto-ovo /


The Animal Industry Agriscience Applications. Agriculture could be divided into two categories – plants and animals. Today we will begin our study of.

digestive system, like the same kinds of nutrition, like the same temperature and pigs are in the top five most intelligent animal on earth. Some cultures/religions do not /Terms Broiler – young immature chicken up to 7-9 weeks of age used for meat production. Broiler – young immature chicken up to 7-9 weeks of age used for meat /? Which is better white or brown eggs? Poultry Industry Another Class of Chicken is the Bantam Another Class of Chicken is the Bantam  Miniature versions of standard breeds /


Introduction to Nutrition. What is a Nutrient? –Any feed constituent, group of feed constituents or synthetically derived compounds of the same general.

Nutrition What is a Nutrient? –Any feed constituent, group of feed constituents or synthetically derived compounds of the same general chemical composition that aids in the support of animal life. Classes of Nutrients Water Carbohydrates Fats Protein Minerals –Macrominerals –Microminerals Vitamins –Fat Soluble (A,D,E,K –Water Soluble (B vitamins) Classes/Mineral supplements salt, ground limestone, dical 7. Vitamin supplements 8. Non-nutritional additives antibiotics, hormones, preservatives A. Classification/


Feedstuffs Classification Chapter 7 W. Stephen Damron Introduction to Animal Science: Global, Biological, Social, and Industry Perspectives.

classed in the previous category. –The moisture content is usually between 50-85% but can be quite variable. –Nutritive quality can be varied as well. Young, well-fertilized wheat pasture can have high crude protein and be very digestible; late season prairie hay is the opposite. Introduction to Animal/cottonseed meal, feather meal, fish meal, meat and bonemeal, milk, whole dried; and soybean meal. Figure 7-13 Whole soybeans can be used as livestock feed, but they are usually processed to remove their oil /


Introduction to Nutrition. What is a Nutrient? –Any feed constituent, group of feed constituents or synthetically derived compounds of the same general.

Nutrition What is a Nutrient? –Any feed constituent, group of feed constituents or synthetically derived compounds of the same general chemical composition that aids in the support of animal life. Classes of Nutrients Water Carbohydrates Fats Protein Minerals –Macrominerals –Microminerals Vitamins –Fat Soluble (A,D,E,K –Water Soluble (B vitamins) Classes/ synthesis - anemia b.Enzymes 6.Iodine (I) a.Thyroid hormone - goiter 7.Manganese (Mn) – lameness, fertility a.Enzyme activator 8.Molybdenum (Mo) (/


B85 Animal Nutrition تغذیه دام. Lesson Outline  Introduction  The Six Major Classes of Nutrients  Feed additives.

.  Younger animals need diets high in protein.  As the animal matures, the animal needs a diet higher in carbohydrates.  Breeding animal’s nutritional needs change according to their production cycle. Infovets Educational Resources – www.infovets.com – Slide 6 Introduction Stage of Production Calving to breeding Breeding to weaning Mid Gestation Late Gestation Nutritional Requirements Highest Moderate Lowest High Infovets Educational Resources – www.infovets.com – Slide 7 Six Major Classes of/


Cells and Cell Processes Lesson 1- Life Processes No equipment necessarily required Plants and animals may be useful for students to look at, for discussing.

something to be classed as “alive” or “living” it must do all 7 life processes. But what are they? KEY WORD ALERT! Organism- an organisms is any type of living thing. Plants, animals, bacteria,, fungi are all classed as organisms. /chemical energy stored in glucose. E_____ xcrete Excretion is the removal of toxic materials and waste products from the organism’s body. Animals excrete- Carbon dioxideUrineWater Salts Plants excrete OxygenWaterSalt N______ utrition All living things require nutrition to grow, /


13-1 CHAPTER 13 Radiate Animals. Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display. 13-2.

enzymes Myofibrils in nutritive-muscular cells run at right angles to the body axis, forms a weak circular muscle layer Myofibrils in nutritive-muscular cells/animals Structuring classes within the Ctenophores still being developed Structuring classes within the Ctenophores still being developed Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display. 13-91 Phylum Ctenophora Representative Type: Pleurobrachia Transparent and 1.5–2 cm in diameter Transparent and 1.5–2 cm in/


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