Monogastric Vs Ruminant digestion

Monogastric Vs Ruminant digestion

This quizz will help test your knowledge of Monogastric and ruminant digestion

published on November 06, 2011666 responses 2 5.0★ / 5

which of the following is an example of a monogastric animals

horse
cow
sheep
goat

Which of the following animals is an example of a ruminant animal

Select the one correct answers
horse
cow
chicken
dog

What is the main difference between Monogastric and Ruminant digestive systems

Select the one correct answers
their physical size
their colour
their digestive system
what they eat

Apart from the stomach, what other part other differences are there between the digestive systems of a cow and a horse.

Select the one correct answers
rumen
proventriculus
oesophagus
cecum

which compartment of a ruminant stomach is contains bacteria required for digestion

Select the one correct answers
rumen and reticulum
omasum and abomasum
abomasum and reticulum
rumen and omasum

In monogastric digestion where is bacteria present that is needed for digestion?

Select the one correct answers
Oesophagus
Cecum
proventriculus
caecae

which of the following livestock will be able to digest feed that is high in fibre

Select the one correct answers
horse
chicken
cow
duck

which of the following livestock do not practice regurgitation.

Select the one correct answers
cow
horse
sheep
goat

what are the four compartments of a ruminant stomach

Select the one correct answers
rumen, proventriculus, omasum, reticulum
proventriculus, caecae, reticulum, omasum
omasum, abomasum, rumen, reticulum
rumen, reticulum, omasum, abomasum

Monogastric animals digest feed that are high in

Select the one correct answers
fibre
fat
concentrates
carbohydrates