Short note on animal nutrition


Einar Vargas*

Animal nutrition focuses on the nutritional requirements of animals, mostly those employed in horticulture and food production, but also those employed in zoos, aquariums, and natural landscapes. Macronutrients (amino acids from which proteins are constructed, and lipids from which cell films and certain flagging particles are produced) and energy are provided by carbohydrates, fats, fibre, minerals, proteins, nutrients, and water. Internally, a part of the main material can be used to generate energy, however the net energy based on various like retention and stomach-related effort, which vary greatly from one example toward the next.

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