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Table of Contents
|Animal Contributions to Human Needs|
|Contributions to Food Needs Contributions to Clothing and Other Nonfood|
|Products Contributions to Work and Power Needs Animals for Companionship,Recreation, and Creativity Human Health Research Other Animals|
|An Overview of the Livestock and Poultry Industries|
|U.S. Animal Industries: An Overview The Beef Industry The Dairy Cattle|
|Industry The Horse Industry The Poultry Industry The Sheep and Goat|
|Industry The Swine Industry Industry Issues and Challenges|
|Red Meat Products|
|Production Products Kosher Meats Composition Nutritional Considerations|
|By-Products of Meat Animals|
|Edible By-Products Inedible By-Products The Rendering Industry ExportMarket|
|Milk and Milk Products|
|Milk Production Milk Composition Milk Products in the United States Health|
|Considerations Consumption Marketing|
|Poultry and Egg Products|
|Poultry Meat and Egg Production Composition Poultry Products Health|
|Considerations Consumption Marketing|
|Wool and Mohair|
|Growth of Hair, Wool, and Mohair Factors Affecting the Value of Wool Classesand Grades of Wool Production of Wool and Mohair Uses of Wool and Mohair|
|Market Classes and Grades of Livestock, Poultry, and Eggs|
|Market Classes and Grades of Red Meat Animals Market Classes and Grades ofPoultry Products|
|Visual Evaluation of Slaughter Red Meat Animals|
|External Body Parts Location of the Wholesale Cuts in the Live Animal Visual|
|Perspective of Carcass Composition of the Live Animal|
|ReproductionFemale Organs of Reproduction and Their Functions Male Organs ofReproduction and Their Functions What Makes Testicles and Ovaries Function|
|Artificial Insemination, Estrous Synchronization, and Embryo Transfer|
|Semen Collecting and Processing Insemination of the Female Extent ofArtificial Insemination Estrous Synchronization Embryo Transfer|
|GeneticsProduction of Gametes Spermatogenesis Oogenesis Fertilization DNAand RNA Genes and Chromosomes Six Fundamental Types of Mating|
|Multiple Gene Pairs Gene Interactions Interactions Between Genes andEnvironment Biotechnology|
|Genetic Change Through Selection|
|Continuous Variation and Many Pairs of Genes Predicting Genetic Change|
|Evidence of Genetic Change Genetic Improvement Through Artificial|
|Insemination Selection Methods Basis for Selection|
|Mating SystemsInbreeding Outbreeding Forming New Lines or Breeds|
|Nutrients and Their Functions|
|Nutrients Proximate Analysis of Feeds Digestibility of Feeds Energy|
|Evaluation of Feeds Feeds and Feed Composition|
|Digestion and Absorption of Feed|
|Carnivorous, Omnivorous, and Herbivorous Animals Digestive Tract ofMonogastric Animals Stomach Compartments of Ruminant Animals Digestionin Monogastric Animals Digestion in Ruminant Animals|
|Providing Nutrients for Body Functions|
|Nutrient Requirements for Body Maintenance Nutrient Requirements forGrowth Nutrient Requirements for Fattening Nutrient Requirements forReproduction Nutrient Requirements for Lactation Nutrient Requirementsfor Egg Laying Nutrient Requirements for Wool Production Nutrient|
|Requirements for Work Ration Formulation Nutrient Requirements ofRuminants|
|Growth and DevelopmentPrenatal (Livestock) Birth (Livestock) Poultry Basic Anatomy andPhysiology Growth Cur|
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