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Animal Anatomy&Phys

Anatomy, Physiology, and Nutrition Terms

Lymph Glands Secrete disease-fighting materials for the body.
Carbohydrates Sugars and starches that supply energy to the animal.
Respiratory System Provides oxygen to the blood of the animal.
Central Nervous System Includes the brain and the spinal cord.
Peripheral Nervous System Controls the functions of the body tissues, including the organs.
Urinary System Removes waste materials from the blood.
Endocrine System A group of ductless glands that release hormones into the body.
Hormones Chemicals that regulate many of the activities oqf the body.
Digestive System Provides food for the body and for all of its systems.
Ruminants A class of animals that have stomachs with more than one compartment.
Rumen Very large compartment of the stomach.
Roughage Grass, hay, silage, or other high fibered-feed.
Monogastric Means having a stomach with one compartment.
Comcemtrates Grains low in fiber and in total digestible nutrients.
Lactation Milk production.
Glucose Simple sugar and the building blocks for other nutrients.
Fructose Simple fruit sugar.
Galactose Simple milk sugar.
Sucrose Compound cane sugar.
Created by: jhenderson003