By Rowen D. Frandson, W. Lee Wilke, Anna Dee Fails
Offers veterinary, animal technological know-how, agriculture, and veterinary technician scholars with a accomplished but transparent connection with knowing the basics of anatomy and body structure of farm animals.
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Proteins After water, proteins are the next largest constituent of protoplasm. Proteins are complex high-molecular-weight colloidal molecules consisting primarily of amino acids that are polymerized (joined) into polypeptide chains (Fig. 2-2A). The union of amino acids within a protein molecule is by way of a peptide linkage, a bond between the amino (NH2) group of one amino acid and the carboxyl (COOH) group of another amino acid, with the elimination of water. A small chain of amino acids is called a peptide.
Nonmetallic biologic material generally is dehy- drated and coated with a thin layer of metallic gold before it is placed in the scanning electron microscope. 1 nm. By the use of photographic enlargement and projection techniques, the magnifications can exceed 1 million and still show good detail. (A typical transmission electron micrograph is shown in Fig. ) Because so much more detail can be seen in a small area, tissue preparation for transmission electron microscopy is much more exacting and time-consuming than for light microscopy.
Carbohydrates make up less than 1% of most cells. Inorganic Substances Of the atoms or elements found in protoplasm, more than 99% are hydrogen, carbon, oxygen, and nitrogen contained in the organic compounds described earlier. Protoplasm also has inorganic compounds containing iodine, iron, phosphorus, calcium, chlorine, potassium, sulfur, sodium, magnesium, copper, manganese, zinc, cobalt, chromium, selenium, molybdenum, fluorine, silicon, tin, and vanadium. Of the 24 elements found in the body cells, 20 represent less than 1% of the total amount of elements in living tissue.
Anatomy and physiology of farm animals by Rowen D. Frandson, W. Lee Wilke, Anna Dee Fails