forestomachs

forestomachs

the first three compartments of the ruminant stomach, namely the reticulum, rumen and omasum; the gut compartment in which the major part of digestion in ruminants takes place, largely by fermentation. Called also proventriculus.
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It can occasionally cause ganulomatous abscesses in the soft tissues of the head, esophagus, forestomachs, and trachea.
On days 5, 28, and 42, camels 1, 2, and 3, respectively, were euthanized, and samples were collected from nasal turbinates, lungs, trachea, larynx, pharynx, liver, spleen, kidney, bladder, urine, duodenum, jejunum, colon, rectum, abomasum, forestomachs, prescapular lymph node, retropharyngeal lymph node, tracheobronchial lymph node, mediastinal lymph node, mesenteric lymph node, medulla, and olfactory cortex.
The contents and gross appearance of the forestomachs and abomasum were unremarkable.
The Forestomachs of the Ruminant and the Crop of Poultry
Some practical problems also still exist, such as using electronic boluses in calves, because of the development of their forestomachs and also keeping identifiers out of the food chain.
Lilljeborg) were also common in summer samples and were occasionally found in large quantities in the forestomachs of sturgeon.
Calcium is absorbed across the intestine and forestomachs by both Vitamin D dependent and Vitamin D independent means.
In calf rearing systems, an early and high intake of concentrate and roughage is encouraged to reduce the milk rearing or milk replacer feeding costs and to ensure a better development of the forestomachs.
In the abdominal cavity, the pigment was observed in the serosa of the forestomachs, kidneys, adrenal glands and the surface of the mucous membranes of the uterus, urinary bladder, urethra and vagina (Figures 1B and 1C).
The alimentary system; foreign bodies in the forestomachs.