By Magnus, Saint Albertus
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Water homeostasis is controlled by two hormones viz. - - - - - - - - and - --------14. - - - - - - -kg water per kg DMI is required for most of the animals. 15. Bones and enamel of teeth contains - - - - - - and - - - - percent water, respectively. 2. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Write short notes on the following : Important function of water. Homeostasis of water in body. Deficiency symptoms of water. Factor affecting water requirements of body. Differentiate between bound water and metabolic water. Toxic elements in water.
They maintain the glucose level of plasma. 10. They are also component of several important bio-chemical compounds such as nucleic acids, coenzymes and blood group substance. 11. They playa key role in the metabolism of amino acids and fatty acids. Classification of Carbohydrates: The carbohydrates are usually divided in to two major groups: I. Sugars: The term sugar is generally restricted to those carbohydrates, which contain less than ten monosaccharide residues. Sugars are divided into two groups.
7. In amylose _ _ _ _ linkage is found benreen glucose units. 8. Amylopectin has linkage as well as linkage between glucose unit. 9. is an intermediate product of the hydrolysis of starch and glycogen. 10. Lignin contents _ _ the digestibility of roughages. 54 The Carbohydrates in Animal Nutrition 11. Saliva contains an enzyme _ _ _-', which hydrolyse some part of starch into and _ _ _ _ _ _ ' 12. Lactose and sucrose sugars are hydrolysed by enzyme ____ and , respectively. 13. The final products of carbohydrate digestion in nonruminants are and _ _ _ __ 14.