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ALS Animals Terminology

Amanda Mullins

Terms we have covered throughout this year pertaining to animals.

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3.process of heating milk to high temperatures to kill bacteria
4.substance that acts as a catalyst in a biochemical reaction; able to speed up digestion
9.gene that when paired codes for a different characteristic of the same trait
11.process of breaking the fat globules found in milk into a smaller size so the cream does not separate from the milk
13.fertilized egg cell
15.true stomach of ruminants
16.study of the functions of the body
19.the release of several eggs at one time by using increased feed or hormones
20.walking on two legs
22.add nutrients to a product
23.meat of a goat
25.carries the genetic information needed to make proteins in cells
26.organic compound containing carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen
30.cells from the body such as white blood cells and cells from the mammary tissue
31.largest compartment in the ruminant stomach
32.animal parts used in a manner that is secondary to the intended or original use
37.simple stomach
38.semen that has been sorted so that only those sperm carrying genes to produce a male or female offspring are retained
40.animal with a multi-compartment stomach; cud-chewing; regurgitate their food
41.red protein in red blood cells that help transport oxygen and carbon dioxide
43.hormone produced naturally that increases milk production and weight gain
44.pigmented (red) oxygen-transporting protein found in muscle
45.digestive disorder usually caused by a blockage in the intestine
46.sex cell division
47.losing feathers and re-growing new feathers
1.cell containing a single set of chromosomes of a normal cell
2.muscles of the heart
5.division of cells which increaes the # of body cells resulting in growth of the animal
6.large pouch of the large intestine of monogastric animals; major site of digestion of cellulose and other plant fibers
7.cell that has two sets of chromosomes, one set from each parent
8.natural yellow pigment found in animal tissue and certain plants
9.medication to kill worms
10.physical appearance or characteristics of an animal
12.ability of an egg to hatch without being fertilized by a male
14.stimulated by sunlight
16.pleasing to the taste
17.animal not eligible for purebred registry
18.act of an animal eating its own feces
21.manner in which an animal acts or behaves
22.area surronding an animal that when entered will cause the animal to retreat or flee
24.egg cell
27.3rd part of the ruminant stomach that grinds small amounts of feed
28.material in the nucleus of a cell that determines hereditary characteristics
29.disorder affecting the nervous system of cattle; known as Mad Cow disease
33.genetic disorder in pigs that can result in sudden death
34.increased feeding of an animal before harvest to increase weight and improve carcass quality
35.disease that can be passed from animal to human
36.genetic make-up of an animal
39.oily organic compound; includes fats and oil
42.muscle tissue of the body; meat lacking fat

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