Range of final exam questions

Topics for the Animal Nutrition exam
Textbook – Animal Nutrition and Dietetics – 2ndPart - Nutrition of ruminants (pdf 2 Mb) – only in Czech

 


Animal Nutrition - sets of questions for the exam

Part A
1. The distribution of living organisms in terms of nutrition and their characteristics
2.Fundamentals of animal nutrition, digestion and absorption processes and their differences in animals
3.Physiological aspects of animal nutrition
4.Differences in the nutrition of monogastric animals and ruminants
5.Basic nutrients, their distribution and importance in terms of animal nutrition
6.Digestion (mechanical, enzymatic, biological) as the process of acquiring nutrients and energy
7.Theory of feed and its importance in animal nutrition
8.Division of feed in terms of nutrient content and their characteristics
9.Modifications of the feed
10.Characteristic of feed for different types of farm and domestic animals
11.Water and its importance and the need in terms of animal nutrition
12.Energy, its sources and distribution in the organism of animals
13.Organic nutrients, their distribution and importance from the point of animal nutrition
14.Inorganic nutrients, their distribution and importance from the point of animal nutrition
15.Characteristic of feeding ration and feeding standards
16.Feeding mixtures, their preparation and importance in animal nutrition
17.Importance of feed in terms of food safety
18.Importance of feed in terms ofanimal health
19.Technology of feeding and its importance in animal nutrition
20.Dietetics, its objectives and significance from the perspective of animal nutrition
21.Basic dietary mistakes in animal nutrition
22.Nitrogen substances, their characteristics, health and dietary significance
23.Amino acids, their characteristics, needs, health and dietary significance
24.Proteins, their characteristics, needs, health and dietary significance
25.Nonprotein substances, their characteristics, health and dietary significance
26.Lipids, their characteristics, needs, health and dietary significance
27.Saccharides, their characteristics, needs, health and dietary significance
28.Polysaccharides, their characteristics, needs, health and dietary significance
29.Fibre, its characteristics, and the need for its health and dietary significance
30.Antinutritive substances, their characteristics and classification
31.Antinutritive substancesand their health significance
32.Antinutritive substances and their impact on food safety
33.Antinutritive substances - contaminants and their characteristics
34.Antinutritive substances - rised in feed and their characteristics
35.Antinutritive substances - naturally present in feed and their characteristics
36.Additives, their characteristics and distribution
37.Additives, their importance in animal nutrition
38.Vitamins, their distribution, characteristics and importance in animal nutrition
39.Macroelements, their distribution, characteristics and importance in animal nutrition
40.Microelements, their distribution, characteristics and importance in animal nutrition

Part B
1. Characteristics of digestion in ruminants, feed for ruminants
2. Characterization of bacterial digestion in the rumen and its importance for ruminants
3.Characteristics of protozoal digestion and its importance for ruminants
4.Characteristics of anaerobic rumen fungi and their importance for ruminants
5.Products of microbial digestion in the rumen and their meanings
6.Ruminal and postruminal digestion of nitrogen substances in ruminants
7.Ruminal and postruminal digestion of saccharides in ruminants
8.Ruminal and postruminal digestion of lipids in ruminants
9.Nutritional and health significance of nitrogen substances in the diet of ruminants
10.Nutritional and health significance of fibre in the diet of ruminants
11.Nutritional and health significance of carbohydrates in the diet of ruminants
12.Principles of feeding calves during colostral nutrition
13.Principles of feeding calves during milk nutrition
14.Principles of feeding calves during plant nutrition
15.Major dietary nutritional deficiencies in calves and their prevention
16.Principles of feedingheifers and its targets
17.Technology of feeding heifers
18.Principles of feedingheifers due to health, production and reproduction
19.Feeding ration for heifers
20.Dietetics defects in the nutrition of heifers and their prevention
21.Pasture and heifers, its positives and negatives
22.Dietetic nutritional problems in pasture of heifers and their prevention
23.Principles of proper nutrition of dairy cows, composition of the ration

24.Technology of feeding dairy cow nutrition
25.Feeds for dairy cows - the most important feed
26.Principles of feeding and nutrition of dairy cows in lactation
27.Principles of feeding and nutrition of dairy cows in the dry period
28.Dietetic disorders in dairy cow nutrition as a cause health disorders and their prevention
29.Pasture of dairy cows, its positives and negatives

30.Nutrition of calves, health and dietary issues
31.Fattening of calves - Baby beef, health and dietary issues
32.Nutrition of cattle in order to conventional beef production, health and dietary issues
33.Principles of feeding and nutrition of sheep, dietary problems
34.Effect of nutrition on wool production
35.Effect of nutrition on milk production
36.Effect of nutrition onmeat production
37.Feeds for sheep and their dietetic value
38.Pasture of sheep - principles of nutrition and dietary problems
39. Principles of feeding and nutrition of goats, dietary problems
40.Feeds for goats and their dietetic value
41.Principles of feedingand nutrition of horses
42.Feed for equine nutrition and their dietetic value
43.Differences in nutrition of working and sport horses
44.Principles of feeding and nutrition of rabbits, demands on the individual nutrients
45.Feeds for rabbits and their dietetic value
46.Nutrition of rabbits in intensive fattening - dietary problems
47.Principles of feeding and nutrition of pigs, demands on the individual nutrients
48.Principles of feeding and nutrition of breeding pigs - dietary problems
49.Principles of feeding and nutrition of fattening pigs - dietary problems
50.Principles of feeding and nutrition of fur herbivorous animals - dietary problems
51.Principles of feeding and nutrition of carnivorous fur animals - dietary problems
52.Feeds for the carnivores and their dietetic value
53.Principles of feeding and nutrition of dogs - dietary problems
54.Principles of feeding and nutrition of cats - dietary problems
55.Principles of feeding and nutrition of poultry - dietary problems
56.Principles of feeding and nutrition of poultry reared to produce eggs
57.Principles of feeding and nutrition of poultry reared for meat production