What is an animal that has a complex digestive system which allows it to digest grass hay and straw and whose name starts with the letter R?
The word you are searching for would be RUMINANT
Well, the parts of an animal help it survive because they have a digestive system which allows food to digest and make them go the bathroom.
Llamas have specialized digestive tracks.
A cow has a ruminant digestive system. This type of digestive system is what allows the cow to digest forages as its primary source of food.
Which type of tissue lines your digestive track and allows you to digest and asorb the nutrients from food?
just like a normal animal it's teeth, toung, stomach, and it's hole digestive systum. The only thing different is how long it takes to digest. for a sloth it can take up to months for it's food to fully digest. As for other animal like homo sapien (human) it only takes a few hours.
Animals have different digestive systems because they need to be able to digest the food that they evolved to consume. Most predatory and omnivorous animals have simple stomachs that are not designed to digest fiberous materials. Many herbivores have complex stomach and the ability to regurgitate consumed fiberous grasses and twigs so that it can be more heavily masticated and returned to the stomach for further digestion. Feed that's easiest to digest for one animal… Read More
The animals that are able to digest cellulose are the ones who were designed to do so. For example cows, elephants and some termites are able to do so. These animals have bacteria, larger enzymes and complex digestive systems do to so. Animals such as herbivores need these complex digestive tracts because they do not eat mean, therefore they need a greater supply of energy (from cellulose) to loco-mote (move).
Why do koalas have a really long and complicated digestive system and why does it take them so long to digest their food?
Koalas have a really long and complicated digestive system because they only eat Leaves( Eucalyptus Leaves mainly), and these leaves contain toxins which allows their digestive system to take a longer amount of time to break down the food and digest.
If Some protists live inside the digestive systems of animals do protists help or harm the animal they live inside?
They help the digestive systems and help digest any food
Lysosomes are organelles that contain digestive enzymes (acid hydrolases). They digest excess or worn-out organelles, food particles, and engulfed viruses or bacteria. The membrane surrounding a lysosome allows the digestive enzymes to work at the 4.5 pH they require. Lysosomes fuse with vacuoles and dispense their enzymes into the vacuoles, digesting their contents.
It is better with large amounts of carbohydrates. That is what our digestive system has evolved to digest. Complex carbohydrates and not simple sugars.
Yes, they are grouped by the process of the digestive system in the protists body. Yes, they are grouped by the process of the digestive system in the protists body.
Lysosomes digest worn out organelles and food particles. Also, they release their digestive enzymes into the cytoplasm which initiates autolysis.
digestive is to digest but the digestive system is a system of digestion.
Horses and Rabbits have this sytem, so to answer the question they have an enlarged cecum that allows them to digest materials that ruminants do, but only with one stomach.
The food will be encapsulated in an organelle called a digestive vacuole, in which digestive enzymes will digest the food.
Fibre content is higher in plants, so it takes longer to digest. This is why ruminants (cows and so on) have such complex digestive systems.
Digestion in the cell. Lysosome are membrane bound vesicles produced by the Golgi Complex. Lysosomes contain digestive enzymes that help digest waste inside a cell.
In fact, yes they can. Seagulls have a remarkable digestive system that allows them to digest things very well, even bones. So if a seagull happens to nab some KFC from ya, no worries as long as they don't choke on it.
The digestive enzymes and acids of a crocodile are able to break down the tissues of animals swallowed whole. Crocodiles digest slowly; they can go months without food after eating a large animal.
the purpose is to digestive system is to digest your food
digestive juices which digest the food easily..!
digest their food I am guessing they do it the same as any other animal. Food as it passes through their digestive system is broken down by acid and enzymes the nutrients go into the blood stream and the waste products excreted.
they use digestive juices to digest the food
None. Animals that can digest cellulose host special bacteria to digest the cellulose molecules, and humans do not host these.
The digestive juices
to OBVIOUSLY digest their food. Without a digestive system, the organism would not be able to digest anything. They would DIE.
Well, let me put this short and sweet: If there were no bacteria in your digestive tract, you wouldn't be able to digest much anything.
It can digest roughage that any other animal (except other ruminants like sheep and bison) would simply starve to death on.
The Digestive System helps you digest the food which you have eaten.
Because the organs are layered with mucus.
the digestive system helps digest food and it is an ORGAN system
Did humans get a disease that made the huma brain bigger during human evolution It was on the Discovery Channel?
Disease was not the cause of Humans developing a larger brain capacity. As Humans discovered how to cook meat, their digestive system became much more simple (unable to easily digest raw meat). With a digestive system that required less energy to operate, Humans were able to develop a complex brain in its place. By the process of natural selection, the Human population with the complex brain was deemed more fit in its environment, as opposed… Read More
the digestive system
It will digest your food
what would happen if your digestive system did not digest your food.
There are a few animals with a digestive capacity is strong enough to digest even a steel nail. Fish can do this.
extracellular digestion enables and animal to digest much larger prey then intracellulary digestion allows.
We need our digestive system to digest the food we eat.
The digestive system's main function is to digest the food that you have eaten.
Most species of plants have no digestive system; they create their own food and therefore do not have to digest anything. There do exist carnivorous plants, such as the famous Venus Fly Trap, which digest food and therefore do have a digestive system.
In order for a substrate to be digested within any organism, the organism should possess the specific enzyme which has the capability to digest the specific substrate. The enzyme cellulase is required to digest cellulose, which is not present within the human digestive system. Ruminants digest cellulose by harboring commensals within their digestive tract. These commensals have cellulase and can digest cellulose.
the saliva softens and lubricates the food you digest.
It's either microorganisms or cellulose?I'm not really sure, try both if the question is in A Crossword Puzzle or a word search Hope this helps! :) Thanks!:)
herbivores have special digestive system which allows them to digest grass . earlier humans were also able to eat grass when there was no tradition or science to eat cooked food .but with the increase of science, humans started eating cooked food while ignoring raw food like grass,leaves. with time,human's digestive organs that were used to digest raw food (grass,leaves) became extinct.that is y now humans are not able to digest grass
any kind of food.
It is to digest food.
Extracellularly in a digestive cavity.
It helps to digest proteins.