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Agg - IPT Assessment

Ruminant and monogastric
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Aaron Canham

on 18 April 2014

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Agriculture
Animal Production
Students To Learn

Basic anatomy and

physiology of monogastric and ruminant digestive system
Syllabus Dot Point
Students learn to:

identify the parts of monogastric and ruminant digestive systems

describe the functions of the parts of monogastric and ruminant digestive systems
Definitions
Monogastrics
- Only have one single stomach.
For example: Humans and Chickens

Ruminants -

Have 4 stomachs (rumen, reticulum, obasum and abomasum )
For example: Cattle and sheep.
Advantages
Non-protein, Nitrogen, Protein Makers
Able to digest cellulose
Many Byproducts - e.g. sugar, vitamins
use complex carbohydrate
Volatile fatty acids can be absorbed in the blood stream from the rumen
Bacteria can upgrade protien
Advantages and disadvantages of Ruminants
Disadvantages
Takes a lot of water
low efficiency
If high production of VFA's animal can die
Protein quality can be effected by microbes
Require a lot of feed
Advantages
Don't need a lot of water
more efficient
Grow very quickly
Advantages and Disadvantages of Monogastrics
Stomachs of a ruminant
Rumen
Reticulum
Omasum
Abomasum
Disadvantages
Can not make protein
Need more protein
More expensive to feed
Not able to use complex carbohydrates
Older farmers and people regard this stomach as the true stomach because it is so similar to our own stomach. This stomach processes the matter that has been dried from the previous stomachs. It then uses bacteria to brake down the matter so that all possible nutrients can be used and the rest can be disposed of.
The one true Stomach
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Syllabus
Definitions
Monogastric
Ruminant
Video
Advantages and Disadvantages of Ruminatnts
Advantages and Disadvantages of Monogastriccs
The Stomachs
Ruman
Abomasum
Return home
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Return to Definitions
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Return to Stomachs
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Return to Stomachs
Acknowledgments
Various sheets provided by Mr Harrison
Google, 2012, Google, 10/08/2012 till 26/08/2012, http://www.google.com.au/imghp?hl=en&tab=wi.
YouTube, 2012, YouTube, 22/08/2012, www.youtube.com.
Acknowledgments
Reticulum
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