(BQ) Part 2 book "BRS cell biology and histology" presents the following contents: Endocrine system, skin, respiratory system, digestive system - Oral cavity and alimentary tract; digestive system - Glands, digestive system: glands, female reproductive system, male reproductive system, special senses.
The concept of nutritional essentiality was firmly established less than 100 years ago. It arose from observations that certain diseases observed in human populations
consuming poor diets could be prevented by including other foods in the diet and that failure of animals fed on diets composed of purified components or restricted to
one or a few foodstuffs to grow and survive could similarly be corrected by including another food or an extract of the food in the diet. The food constituents that were
found to prevent these problems were classified as indispensable (or essential) nutrients.
Rehydration consists not only of the ingestion of water but also of its absorption and
distribution throughout the body tissues. Because of large buffering capacity of their
alimentary tract, ruminants are able to drink large quantities of water in a very short time
after a period of privation. Animals without this capacity are rarely able to take all their
requirements in one short session, mainly due to the problems associated with
haemolysis. Some non-ruminants are, however, capable of rapid drinking, including dogs
(BQ) Part 2 book "BRS Cell biology and histology" presents the following contents: Endocrine system, skin, respiratory system, digestive system - oral cavity and alimentary tract, digestive system - glands, the urinary system, female reproductive system, male reproductive system, special senses.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Keeling's fetal and neonatal pathology" presentation of content: The respiratory system, the alimentary tract and exocrine pancreas, liver and gallbladder, the urinary system, the reproductive system, the endocrine system, the reticuloendothelial system,...and other contents.