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WHAT DOES MONOGASTRIC MEAN IN ENGLISH?
A monogastric organism has a simple single-chambered stomach, compared with a ruminant organism, like a cow, goat, or sheep, which has a four-chambered complex stomach. Examples of monogastric animals include omnivores such as humans, rats, and pigs, carnivores such as dogs and cats, and herbivores such as horses and rabbits. Herbivores with monogastric digestion can digest cellulose in their diets by way of symbiotic gut bacteria. However, their ability to extract energy from cellulose digestion is less efficient than in ruminants. Herbivores digest cellulose via microbial fermentation. Monogastric herbivores which can digest cellulose nearly as well as ruminants are called hindgut fermenters, while ruminants are called foregut fermenters. These are subdivided into two groups based on the relative size of various digestive organs in relationship to the rest of the system: colonic fermenters tend to be larger species such as horses and rhinos, and cecal fermenters are smaller animals such as rabbits and rodents. Great apes derive significant amounts of phytanic acid from the hindgut fermentation of plant materials.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «MONOGASTRIC» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «monogastric» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «monogastric» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about monogastric
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «MONOGASTRIC»
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An Introduction to Agricultural Biochemistry
Among the monogastric species there are considerable differences in the size of
the digestive tract, and in the contribution made by each of the three main
compartments of the digestive tract, the stomach, small intestine and hindgut (
J.M. Chesworth, T. Stuchbury, J.R. Scaife, 1998
Animal Nutrition Science
Carnivores and Omnivores Have Simple Digestive Systems Carnivores and
omnivores are monogastric (or 'single-stomached') animals, i.e. they do not have
the stomach compartments anterior to the gastric stomach which are found in
Gordon McL. Dryden, 2008
Adaptations in the Animal Kingdom
Monogastric herbivores, as the name implies, have but one stomach. Digestion of
cellulose is by bacterial fermentation, just as in ruminants, but it occurs in the
intestines, not the stomach. For this reason some like to call them hindgut ...
Verne A. Simon, 2010
The esophagus transports food from the oral cavity to the stomach. Carnivores,
pigs and horses have a monogastric stomach while ruminants have a compound
stomach which includes the rumen, reticulum, omasum and abomasum.
Jo Ann Eurell, Jo Ann Eurell DVM MS PhD, 2004
Sustainable Livestock Production in the Mountain ...
The. Role. of. Monogastric. and. Small. Stock. by. T.S.. Dhaubhadel. POULTRY
INTRODUCTION Chickens in Nepal are traditionally reared by lower caste
farmers and their husbandry is integrated within the whole farming system. In
J. B. Abington, 1992
Antioxidants in Muscle Foods: Nutritional Strategies to ...
MONIKA LEONHARDT, and MARTIN R. L SCHEEDER INTRODUCTION:
SUCCESSFUL STRATEGIES TO INFLUENCE THE ANTIOXIDANT
COMPOSITION OF MUSCLE PRODUCTS Monogastric farm animals are
worldwide a main source of ...
Eric A. Decker, Cameron Faustman, Clemente J. Lopez-Bote, 2000
Senior Australian Agriculture
The two most common systems are the monogastric and ruminant digestive
systems Ruminants Ruminants such as sheep and cattle have four stomachs and
use physical, chemical and microbial action to break down food. The system ...
Anne Clark, 2003
Clinical Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory Manual for ...
THE MONOGASTRIC STOMACH (FIGURE 10-9) There are five components that
make up the mono- gastric stomach, each with a specific and important function.
These include the cardia, fundus, body, antrum, and pylorus. The cardia is ...
Thomas P. Colville, Joanna M. Bassert, 2008
Ruminant Physiology: Digestion, Metabolism and Impact of ...
Gastrointestinal absorption of amino acids and peptides As in monogastric
species, nitrogen is taken up with feed in the form of protein and non-protein
nitrogenous (NPN) compounds, including - amongst others - free amino acids,
K. Sejrsen, Torben Hvelplund, Mette Olaf Nielsen, 2006
Nutrition and Digestive Physiology in Monogastric Farm ...
Research into the digestive phisiology of pigs; Antinutritional factors (ANFs) in the nutrition of monogastric farm animals; Researh into the digestive phisiology of the milk-fed calf; Effect of porcine somatotropin on nitrogen gain and ...
E. J.van WEERDEN, 1989
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «MONOGASTRIC»
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U.S. Patents Awarded to Inventors in Missouri (July 20)
... a patent (9,078,457) developed by four co-inventors for a "method and composition for improving the health of young monogastric mammals. «Targeted News Service, Jul 15»
Farming in tropics more intensive with better forage
... sheep that digest their food in a complex of stomachs) towards monogastric animals (such as pigs and poultry that have a single stomach). «All about feed, Jul 15»
New canola seed could increase options for meal use
... designed to break down fiber and enhance nutrient utilization for monogastric animals such as pigs and poultry are the next necessary keys. «agprofessional.com, Jul 15»
OSR crushing plant opens up in NE
Neoflo, the cold pressed rapeseed oil, has a potential market as an energy source in monogastric feeds, with almost 2% of all pig and poultry ... «The Scottish Farmer, Jul 15»
New options unveiled to unlock full power of canola meal
... of new multi-carbohydrase enzyme formulations designed to break down fiber and enhance nutrient utilization for monogastric animals such ... «National Hog Farmer, Jul 15»
Professorship for leading livestock nutritionist, Jos Houdijk
Now head of SRUC's recently formed Monogastric Science Research Centre, where a team of 30 are studying issues linked to nutrition in pigs ... «Pig World, Jul 15»
Volac and Wilmar feed fats JV bolstered to go beyond dairy and …
... Volac Wilmar Feed Ingredients, is focused on supplying the globe and moving into monogastric feed fats. “We also plan to broaden the feed ... «FeedNavigator.com, Jul 15»
Amino acid nutrition key for dairy cows
Monogastric nutritionists have long understood this concept of amino acid balancing and we as dairy nutritionists should not miss this call!". «All about feed, Jul 15»
C174: Monogastric Nutritionist
De Lacy Executive is currently recruiting for a Nutritionist to enhance my clients team of expertise within their monogastric animal nutrition department in the ... «Farming UK, Jul 15»
FAO report highlights growing threats to livestock industry
Ruminant meat production could drop 17% while monogastric production might fall 30%. One way in which livestock could adapt to climate ... «GlobalMeatNews.com, Jul 15»
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