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THE DIGESTIVE PROCESSES IN DOMESTIC ANIMALS

@inproceedings{Schoening2010THEDP,
  title={THE DIGESTIVE PROCESSES IN DOMESTIC ANIMALS},
  author={Harry W. Schoening},
  year={2010}
}
NEARLY all food niaterials are in too complex and insoluble forms as they are consumed by either animals or man to be absorbed and assimilated. The specific purpose of digestion, therefore, is to convert these food substances into simple and soluble materials fit for absorption and assimilation. All animals except tlie most primitive types are provided with several highly specialized digestive organs. The digestive tract may be described as a tube extending from the lips to the anus… 

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