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Solve the crossword given figure.
Across
1. Cream-coloured digestive gland.
3. Undigested excretory solid residues.
4. Organ that mixes saliva with the food.
5. Point of defecation.
7. Stored in gallbladder.
10. Finger-like outgrowth in the small intestine.
13. Kind of taste buds.
14. Kills bacteria in the stomach.
Down
2. Feeds with the help of pseudopodia
6. Total number of molars in one jaw of an adult
8. Largest gland
9. Watery secretion in the mouth
11. A ruminant
12. From of food chewed by ruminats
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Hint: Ruminant stomachs are divided into four sections: the rumen, the reticulum, the omasum, and the abomasum.

Complete answer:
1. The pancreas is a cream-colored digestive gland that aids in the digestion of all macromolecules.
2. Amoeba - Feeds by using pseudopodia.
3. Faeces - The undigested food's residue secretory portion.
4. Tongue - It aids in the mixing of food and saliva to form a bolus.
5. Anus- This is the final point at which the body defecates its faeces.
6. An adult's jaw has a total of six molars.
7. Bile juice - a substance stored in the gallbladder.
8. Liver - The liver is the largest gland in the body and aids in digestion.
9. Saliva - A watery secretion of the salivary gland in the mouth.
10. Villus - A small intestine finger-like outgrowth.
11. A ruminant is a cow.
12. Cud - This is ruminant semi-chewed food.
13. Sour - a type of taste bud that aids in tasting.
14. Acid - Kills bacteria found in food.

Note:
Rumen microbes ferment feed and produce volatile fatty acids, which serve as the cow's primary source of energy. B vitamins, vitamin K, and amino acids are also produced by rumen microbes.