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Antonyms for nonruminant

not ruminant


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Barley and other cereal grains and legumes contain a form of phosphorus called "phytate." Phosphorus is an essential nutrient, but phytate cannot be digested by humans and nonruminant animals, such as pigs and chickens.
The first volume covers amino acids; aquaculture chemicals; bakery processes and chemical leavening agents; beer and brewing; distilled beverage spirits; carbohydrates; carbonated beverages; chocolate and cocoa; citric acid; coffee; colorants for food; dairy substitutes; dietary fiber; eggs; emulsions; fat replacers; fats and fatty oils; ruminant, nonruminant, and pet feeds and feed additives; fermentation; fish and shellfish products; flavor characterization; flavor delivery systems; flavors; food additives; food processing; food safety, chemical contaminants, and toxins; naturally occurring food toxicants; nonconventional foods; fruit juices; fruit preserves and jellies; gelatin; gums; and lecithin.
Horses are nonruminant herbivores who use carbohydrates for their main energy supply.
Activity in the abomasums of the ruminant is similar to the stomach in the nonruminant.
Phytic acid also binds to nutritionally important minerals, particularly Zn, making them unavailable to humans and nonruminant livestock (Thompson, 1989; Raboy et al., 1984).
In the horse, rabbit, and other nonruminant herbivores, the cecum plays a significant role in the digestion of fiber in feed.
Fourth, the rule will require equipment, facilities, or production lines to be dedicated to nonruminant animal feeds if they use protein that is prohibited in ruminant feed.
Tissues (e.g., brain, spinal cord, and small intestine) considered to be at high risk for the transmission of the BSE agent were removed from the cow during slaughter and sent for inedible rendering (often used for nonruminant animal feed).
coli; Foods as Vehicles of VTEC Infection; A Case Study of Cheese Associated E.coli 0157 Outbreaks in Scotland; Pathogenic Aspects of VTEC Infections in Ruminants; Pathogenic Aspects of VTEC Infection in Nonruminant Animals; Pathogenic Aspects of STEC Infections in Humans; Healthy Animals as Carriers of STEC; Survival and Growth of VTEC in the Environment; Survival and Growth of Verocytotoxigenic E.
From an evolutionary perspective, the Artiodactyla originated as a large-bodied (cow size) nonruminant that looked like a giant pig.
For New Zealand, livestock output expansion is projected to increase by 21% and 37% for beef cattle and milk, and around 15% for nonruminant livestock.
The figure would be at least 80% for nonruminant livestock such as pigs, according to the draft.