ruminants

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Englisch - Türkisch
gevişgetirenler
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geviş getiren hayvan

Ren geyikleri otçul ve geviş getiren hayvanlardır. - Reindeer are herbivores and ruminants.

Geviş getiren hayvanlar bir memeli türüdür. - Ruminants are a group of mammals.

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{s} düşünceli
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geviş getiren

Ren geyikleri otçul ve geviş getiren hayvanlardır. - Reindeer are herbivores and ruminants.

Geviş getiren hayvanlar bir memeli türüdür. - Ruminants are a group of mammals.

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gevişgetirenlere özgü
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{s} dalıp gitmiş
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(isim) geviş getiren hayvan
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{s} dalgın
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(Tıp) Geviş getiren havyan (bunların midesi dört bölümden müteşekkildir: Rumen, Retioulum, omasum ve abomasum)
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{s} gevişgetiren
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{i} gevişgetiren hayvan
Englisch - Englisch
plural of ruminant
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chewing the cud
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{a} chewing the cud, meditating
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Herbivorous mammals such as cows that chew the cud and have complex stomachs containing microorganisms that break down the cellulose in plant material
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An animal with a multiple stomach (polygastric) system of digestion capable of digesting cellulose
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Having a multi-chambered stomach Cows and goats are examples of ruminants
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animals that chew their cud and produce methane
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An animal that chews its cud; having even toed hooves and a four-chambered stomach, such as a cow, buffalo, goat, deer or llama
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A ruminant animal; one of the Ruminantia
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chewing cud
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related to or characteristic of animals of the suborder Ruminantia or any other animal that chews a cud; "ruminant mammals"
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an animal such as a cow that has several stomachs and eats grass. Any cud-chewing ungulate, including antelope, camels, cattle, deer, giraffes, goats, okapis, pronghorn, and sheep. Most ruminants have a four-chambered stomach, two-toed feet, and small or absent upper incisors. Camels and chevrotains have three-chambered stomachs. Ruminants eat quickly, storing masses of grass (grazers) or foliage (browsers) in the first stomach chamber, the rumen, where it softens. They later regurgitate the material, called cud, and chew it again to break down the undigestible cellulose. The chewed cud goes directly to the other chambers, where various microorganisms help in its digestion
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Chewing the cud; characterized by chewing again what has been swallowed; of or pertaining to the Ruminantia
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{s} cud-chewing, characterized by regurgitation and re-chewing of food (about animals); meditative, contemplative
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{i} animal which regurgitates food and re-chews it, animal which chews the cud
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An even-toed ungulate with a four chambered stomach The four chambers are: rumen, reticulum, abomasum and omasum
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any of various cud-chewing hoofed mammals having a stomach divided into four (occasionally three) compartments related to or characteristic of animals of the suborder Ruminantia or any other animal that chews a cud; "ruminant mammals
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Mammal whose stomach has four partsÑrumen, reticulum, omasum, and abomasum e g Cattle, sheep, goats, deer
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animals are those which have even-toed hooves and chew their cud Such farm animals include cattle, sheep, and goats
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any of various cud-chewing hoofed mammals having a stomach divided into four (occasionally three) compartments
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An animal thet chews the cud and has a complex digestive system with a four part stomach enabling bacteria to break down food Ruminants lack upper incisor teeth and their complex stomach allows them to store and digest large amounts of bulky and fibrous food
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An artiodactyl ungulate mammal which chews cud, such as a cow or deer
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mammals that have 4 stomachs and chew their cud are ruminants They are herbivores and the plant material they eat is difficult to digest In ruminants the 4 digestive chambers accommodate a large number of bacteria which help digest the plant material Members of the deer family and mountain sheep and goats are all ruminants
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