omasum


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Synonyms for omasum

the third compartment of the stomach of a ruminant

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Abomasum weight was higher in the T3 group than the T1 and T2 groups, which were similar to the control, while omasum showed large differences among EW dietary treatments than the control.
2013): the weight of the carcass, bone, green hide, head, front hooves, hind hooves, furs, rumen, reticulum, abomasum, omasum, heart, liver, kidney, lung and weasand, pizzle, testes, gonad fat, spleen, and oxtail; carcass yield; kidney fat; degree of marbling; meat color score, fat color score; fatty acid composition content; carcass length; carcass depth; hind leg circumference; hind leg width; thigh meat thickness; thorax depth; thickness of the loin; hind leg length; thickness of fat coverage; pH of the fresh carcass; and pH of beef.
This was announced by Shah Faisal Afridi, president Pak-China Joint Chamber of Commerce after he met George Sun, Chairman, Jinan Kemp global Trading Company who has proposed the import of 200 containers of Omasum every month from Pakistan.
George Sun, Chairman of Jinan Kemp International Trading Company intending to import 200 containers of Omasum every month from Pakistan.
It is the digestive organ of the pile, the artificial stomach, the second omasum of the landscape's self-renewal process.
The requirement that particles of plants be small (<1 mm) to pass from the rumenoreticulum to the omasum limits capacity of ruminants to vary rate of passage through the digestive tract according to nutritional quality of forage (Spalinger, 2000).
4), indicating major water absorption in the omasum and lower digestive tract.
Other offal deemed suitable by Lonsdale include lung, trachea, heart, omasum (part of the stomach of ruminants), tripe, tongue, pancreas, and spleen.
Ruminants are a type of animal with a four-chambered stomach that includes the reticulum, rumen, omasum, and abomasum (Figure 5-9).
Categorias Categories Componentes Jovem Superjovem Erro-padrao Components Steer Young steer Standard error P>F Rumen + reticulo, kg 8,58 5,55 0,40 0,0001 Rumien+raiculum kg Rumen+reticulo, % PCVZ 2,85 1,89 0,11 0,0001 Rumien+raiculum % EBW Omaso, kg 4,70 2,90 0,37 0,0024 Omasum, kg Omaso, % PCVZ 1,55 0,99 0,11 0,0021 Omasum, % EBW Abomaso, kg 2,37 2,07 0,25 0,4160 Abomasum, kg Abomaso, % PCVZ 0,78 0,70 0,08 0,4749 Abomasum, % EBW IDG *, kg 4,66 2,59 0,33 0,0002 Intestines, kg IDG, % PCVZ 1,54 0,90 0,11 0,0005 Intestines, % EBW TGI **, kg 20,34 13,12 0,98 0,0001 DT **, kg TGI, % PCVZ 6,73 4,48 0,27 0,0001 DT, % EBW * IDG = intestino delgado + grosso; ** TGI--Trato gastrintestinal.
Omasum (o-ma-suhm) The muscular portion of the stomach that does some grinding, and squeezes water out of the food bolus.
Elk have a four-part digestive tract (rumen, reticulum, omasum, abomasum).
The reticulum, rumen, and omasum are called stomachs because of their location, not because of their function; they lack the secretory function that characterizes a true stomach.
Bypassed liquid may carry highly digestible materials such as simple sugars and soluble starch directly to the omasum and on to abomasum for digestion without the typically extensive degradation by rumen microbes (Hofmann, 1998).