2.1 Animal Biology Terms
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A measure of physiological fitness of the organism to one or several conditions of its environment.
An animal of the family Bovidae.
A member of the dog family.
The act or process of civilizing or of reaching a civilized state.
The type and amount of food and drink habitually ingested by a person or an animal.
To bring wild animals under the control of humans over a long period of time.
Pertaining to, or resembling, a horse or other member of the family Equidae.
Gradual change in succeeding generations of plants and animals brought about by variations.
Of or belonging to the family Felidae.
An animal living in the wild but descending from domesticated individuals.
The area surrounding an animal that will cause alarm and escape behavior when encroached upon.
Farm animals raised to produce milk, meat, work, and wool.
An animal of the subfamily Ovidae.
Refers to swine.
The breeding of selected plants or animals chosen because of certain desirable qualities or fitness.
Any mammal of the family Suidae.
Designating an animal that has been made docile or tractable.
Any class of organisms that occupy the same position in a food chain.
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