ANS 313 test 6

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ANS 313 test 6
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  1. true false. to increase intake in cattle feed them diets high in effective fiber. a little extra never hurts
    false
  2. true false. a pig will eat more when the effective ambient temp is below the thermal neutral zone.
    true
  3. true false. the amount of estrogenic steroids is increased in cattle when given anabolic steroids but is still negligable when considering the amount in wheat germ or natural production in male and female alike.
    true
  4. true false. the disadvantage of eating fast-food fast is that it is usually energy dense and you eat a lot of calories quickly before the liver and chemical feedback systems tell you to stop eating.
    true
  5. if you force feed a duck grain so that it eats more than it wants to eat most of the extra glucose will be partitioned to what?
    fat accretion in the liver and adipose tissue
  6. the organization in the U.S. that regulates the use of feed additives in animal agriculture is what?
    food and drug administration
  7. copper sulfate is usually included at high levels in the diets of young pigs because?
    copper sulfate has antimicrobial properties
  8. this feed additive is generally given to feed lot cattle because it alters rumen fermentation to increase propionate, decrease methane, improve feed efficiency, and decrease the chance of bloat and rumen acidosis.
    rumensin
  9. you feed paylean to pigs for several weeks, the pig grows faster and leaner why?
    it activates beta-andrenergiic receptors in muscle and adipose tissues

  10. . You have always wanted a pot-bellied pig but your mom said no. After graduation, you find a good job and your own home. And then the pig on Craigslist. But he has more than just a pot-belly—he is really fat.  What can you do to effectively help him lose some body fat? 
    feed regular pig chow at restricted intake
  11. 11. Why is ammonium chloride sometimes added to a lamb diet?
    binds pellets together; acts as a good salt substitute; stabilizes feed pH; or none of these?
    none of these

  12. The fact that a dog can maintain blood glucose at about 100 mg/dl regardless of whether it has just consumed a high starch meal or been fasted for a day is a good example of
    homeostasis
  13. . For a young growing female elephant, nutrients would be partitioned in which order (with most important first):
    maitenance-->muscle accretion-->adipose accretion
  14. metabolic body weight is what?
    BW.75

  15. Which animal should be dewormed regularly?
    dog, grazing horse, free range pig, (open area animals)
  16. what are some factors that effect palatability
    taste, smells, sight

  17. . This peptide hormone stimulates glycogen breakdown, muscle protein mobilization, and gluconeogenesis
    glucagon
  18. This hormone is produced by gut tissues in response to a meal of protein and fat; it stimulates satiety.
    cholecystokinin (CCK)
  19. This pancreatic peptide hormone stimulates storage—synthesis of glycogen, fatty acids, and proteins.
    insulin

  20. Synthesized by gut tissues, this hormone stimulates acid secretion in the stomach.
    gastrin
  21. Fasted cat.  Kelly the obese cat is accidentally locked in the garage for 2 weeks while the family is on vacation.  She has water but no food. On day 2, she manges to kill and eat a large mouse and her hunger is satiated.  Which signal(s) might explain this? 
    gut distention signals, hepatic oxidation, blood glucose and insulin concentrations
  22. Fasted cat.  Kelly the obese cat is accidentally locked in the garage for 2 weeks while the family is on vacation.  She has water but no food. On day 4, she is really hungry.  Which signal(s) might explain this?
    no signals (lack of)
  23. Fasted cat.  Kelly the obese cat is accidentally locked in the garage for 2 weeks while the family is on vacation.  She has water but no food.  on day 14 you find her she is weak and smells ketotic surprisingly she does not seem very hungry. which signals explain this?
    non of the signals
  24. Fasted cat.  Kelly the obese cat is accidentally locked in the garage for 2 weeks while the family is on vacation.  She has water but no food.  you nurse her back to health, and decide you need to get her to lose weight. you feed a very high fiber weight reduction food. she eats as much as she likes each day and actually loses weight what signal could account for this?
    gut distention signals
  25. .  A lactating cow in late lactation is injected with bovine somatotropin routinely for 2 months. she will:
    produce more milk per day, eat more feed per day, and be more efficient
  26. A lactating cow in late lactation is injected with bovine somatotropin routinely for 2 months. the bST will cause her milk to have a higher concentration of:
    IGF-1
  27. A lactating cow in late lactation is injected with bovine somatotropin routinely for 2 months. the bST will causea higher concentration of this hormone: thyroxine; glucagon; or cortisol
    none of these
  28. A lactating cow in late lactation is injected with bovine somatotropin routinely for 2 months. her total excretion of manure per day will:
    increase
  29. A lactating cow in late lactation is injected with bovine somatotropin routinely for 2 months. life-cycle analyses show that use of bST:
    decreases the environmental footprint of the dairy industry
  30. A lactating cow in late lactation is injected with bovine somatotropin routinely for 2 months. the FDA considers the use of bST how safe?
    reasonably safe

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