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Journal November 2006 (Vol 27, No 11) Focus: Equine Medicine

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Digestion in the Horse by Debra Hembroff , AHT

1. 1. Which condition is not linked to colic?
2. 2. Microbial fermentation takes place in the
3. 3. Choke
4. 4. Which statement about equine teeth is false?
5. 5. Torsion, intussusception, and hernia are all problems primarily associated with the
6. 6. Cellulose, a polysaccharide, can be broken down by
7. 7. In the horse, the cecum
8. 8. Equine digestion relies on a large amount of
9. 9. An acidic environment in the cecum and colon is a result of
10. 10. Inadequate chewing is not associated with ___________ in horses.
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