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Agrisci Animal Sci

Chapter 26 Vocab Columns 1 and 2

QuestionAnswer
The process whereby all body parts recieve materials needed for function, growth, and renewal nutrition
Vitamin C deficiency disease scurvy
The result of too little nutrition anorexia
The result of too much or improper types of food being eaten obesity
The amount of feed fed in one day ration
the daily supply of feed for an animal containing all of needed nutrients in the proper proportions and amounts balanced ration
Condition resulting from improper levels or balances of nutrients deficiency diseases
Complex chemical esstential for normal body functions vitamin
Element essential for normal body functions mineral
The structure and arrangement of the various parts of the body of an animal or plant anatomy
Bones joined together by cartilage and ligaments skeletal system
The main component of the skeletal system bone
Material inside of bones that makes blood cells bone marrow
The lean meat of the animal muscular system
Muscle that can be controlled by animals to do things such as walk and eat food voluntary muscles
Muscle that operates in the bdy without control by the will of the animal involuntary muscles
Nutrient made up of amino acids and essential for maintenance, growth, and reproduction protein
the system that provides food and oxygen to the cells of the body and filters waste materials from the body circulatory system
Gland that secretes disease-fighting materials for the body lymph glands
Starches and sugars that provide energy in the diet carbohydrates
System that provides oxygen to the blood of the animal respiratory system
the brain and the spinal cord central nervous system
System that controls the functions of the body tissues including the organs peripheral nervous system
System that removes waste materials from the blood urinary system
A group of ductless glands that release hormones into the body endocrine or hormone system
Chemical that regulates activities of the body hormones
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