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12 terms
Animal Science Unit 7: Animal Health
Bacteria
Carrier
Disease
Fungi
single-cell microorganism that cause disease in animals
any organism that carries disease
a condition of pain, deterioration, injury, or other conditio…
plant-like organisms that have no chlorophyll
Bacteria
single-cell microorganism that cause disease in animals
Carrier
any organism that carries disease
65 terms
Animal Science - Animal Health
healthy animals
most dramatic sign of health problems
lower production levels create _______…
disease
- are more productive
- death loss... - mortality rate
- higher costs of production due to sickness
- disturbance in the structure or function of any organ/body…
healthy animals
- are more productive
most dramatic sign of health problems
- death loss... - mortality rate
32 terms
Animal Science Animal Health
Parasite prevention
Bacteria
Primary
Secondary
Sanitation, deworming, dust,dip,spray,sound nutrition,vaccina…
Bacillus anthrax, clostridium chauvoei, shipping fever, endot…
Made sickness happen
Something had to happen to cause it
Parasite prevention
Sanitation, deworming, dust,dip,spray,sound nutrition,vaccina…
Bacteria
Bacillus anthrax, clostridium chauvoei, shipping fever, endot…
46 terms
Animal Science: Health
Disease
Three types of disease
Microorganisms not involved
Mechanical (Non-Infectious)
Disturbance in the structure or function of any organ/body part
1)Non-infectious... 2)Infectious ... 3)Parasites
Non-Infectious disease
wounds, rout from pathogenic invasion
Disease
Disturbance in the structure or function of any organ/body part
Three types of disease
1)Non-infectious... 2)Infectious ... 3)Parasites
133 terms
Animal science Health
Animal health
Mortality
Disease
Major disease types
...
Death
Any deviation from normal animal health
1 Infectious disease ... 2.Contagious infectious disease... 3. Noni…
Animal health
...
Mortality
Death
20 terms
Animal Science Terminology - Health
Active immunity
Antibodies
Bacteria
Disease
Antibodies acquired due to exposure to disease-causing agents.
Specific proteins created in response to foreign proteins or…
Microscopic, single-celled organisms with a prokaryotic cell…
Any deviation from a normal state of health that temporarily…
Active immunity
Antibodies acquired due to exposure to disease-causing agents.
Antibodies
Specific proteins created in response to foreign proteins or…
20 terms
Arkansas Animal Science II Unit 3 Animal Health
antibiotic
bacteria
biosecurity
disinfectant
- a chemical agent that prevents the growth of a germ or bact…
- one celled microorganisms; many species
- procedures intended to protect humans or animals against di…
- a chemical that destroys microbes by breaking down cell pro…
antibiotic
- a chemical agent that prevents the growth of a germ or bact…
bacteria
- one celled microorganisms; many species
10 terms
Health Surveillance Animal Science
Who is the most important person invol…
Causes of disease
Environmental causes of disease
Most common means of disease transmiss…
Techs because they handle the animals and clean and feed them
Environmental... Nutritional... Genetic... Microbiologic... Parasitic ... Un…
Temp... Humidity... Noise... Overcrowding... Lighting... Ventilation
The tech aka the vector
Who is the most important person invol…
Techs because they handle the animals and clean and feed them
Causes of disease
Environmental... Nutritional... Genetic... Microbiologic... Parasitic ... Un…
31 terms
Introduction to Animal Science-Chapter 14 Animal Health (Damron, 2013)
Disease
Clinical Sign
Lesion
Pathology
Any state other than a state of complete health.
What the animal exhibits that is different from the normal fu…
Refers to changes in body organs.
The branch of medicine that deals with the essential nature o…
Disease
Any state other than a state of complete health.
Clinical Sign
What the animal exhibits that is different from the normal fu…
35 terms
Animal Health
syringe
disinfectant
feedlot
host animal
an instrument used to give injections of medicine or to draw…
material that destroys infective agents such as bacteria and…
area in which large numbers of animals are grown for food
a species of animal in or on which diseases or parasites can…
syringe
an instrument used to give injections of medicine or to draw…
disinfectant
material that destroys infective agents such as bacteria and…
66 terms
Introduction to Animal Science & Health + Behavior
What do we do with animals?
Genetics
Anatomy
Physiology
Live with them, eat them, worship them, work with them, study…
Heredity, variability, and breeding
Body structure
Body function
What do we do with animals?
Live with them, eat them, worship them, work with them, study…
Genetics
Heredity, variability, and breeding
20 terms
Animal Science - Lecture 23 (Animal Health)
3 Components of animal health
2 types of health problems
Which type of health problem is econom…
Disease
Minimize exposure to disease agents (disease agent), develop…
Morbidity (sickness) and mortality (incidence of death)
Mortality
A deviation from normal health, can be non infectious (injury…
3 Components of animal health
Minimize exposure to disease agents (disease agent), develop…
2 types of health problems
Morbidity (sickness) and mortality (incidence of death)
31 terms
Animal Science Chap 14 Animal Health
Disease
Clinical Sign
Lesion
Pathology
state of being other than that of complete health, normal fun…
observable difference in an animals normal function or state…
abnormal changes in body organs owing to injury ordisease
branch of medicine that deals with essenstial nature of diseas
Disease
state of being other than that of complete health, normal fun…
Clinical Sign
observable difference in an animals normal function or state…
20 terms
Animal Science 2 - Animal Health Vocabulary
Fungi
External Parasite
Disease
Health
spore forming organisms
parasite that lives outside of the host
trouble with the normal function
the condition of an animal
Fungi
spore forming organisms
External Parasite
parasite that lives outside of the host
10 terms
Animal Science- HEALTH; BODY; NUTRITION
polygastric/ruminant
rumen
roughage
four divisions of the ruminant stomach?
animals that have stomachs with more than one compartment
large compartment of the stomach that can store large amounts…
grass, hay, silage, or other high-fiber feed
1. rumen... 2. reticulum... 3. omasum... 4. abomasum
polygastric/ruminant
animals that have stomachs with more than one compartment
rumen
large compartment of the stomach that can store large amounts…
72 terms
Animal Health Science Foundation Module
Osteoid
Volkmann's Canals
Trabeculae
Thoracic inlet
Collagenous extracellular matrix, unmineralised content of bone
Connects osteons and allows communication with periosteum, pe…
Bony bars, spaces filled with bone marrow
Narrower in larger species as first rib is very straight
Osteoid
Collagenous extracellular matrix, unmineralised content of bone
Volkmann's Canals
Connects osteons and allows communication with periosteum, pe…
38 terms
Animal Science (Environmental Physiology and Animal Health)
poikilotherms
homeotherms
body temperature of a horse
body temperature of cattle
cold blooded animals - one whose body temp varies with that o…
warm blooded animals - maintains its characteristic body temp…
100 F
101.5 F
poikilotherms
cold blooded animals - one whose body temp varies with that o…
homeotherms
warm blooded animals - maintains its characteristic body temp…
26 terms
Animal Science- dairy unit: health notes
main challenges
hoof rot
dysocia
diarrhea
resp. problems, digestive problems, hoof problems, repro prob…
excessive moisture between the toes on the hoof, causing bact…
difficulty giving birth
dairy cattle have a higher risk than beef because of the incr…
main challenges
resp. problems, digestive problems, hoof problems, repro prob…
hoof rot
excessive moisture between the toes on the hoof, causing bact…
43 terms
Arkansas Animal Science Disease and Health
Disease
Vital signs
Visual signs
Bacteria
Any deviation from normal animal health
Temperature, heart rate, resperstion rate, blood counts
Body posture, feeding and drinking habits, isolation, vocaliz…
Produce toxins, multiply fast, microscopic, forms spores to s…
Disease
Any deviation from normal animal health
Vital signs
Temperature, heart rate, resperstion rate, blood counts
43 terms
Animal Science
Artificial Insemination
Altricial
Body Score
Colostrum
A process of manually injecting semen into the cerviz or uter…
An animal that is helpless at hatching or birth. born at an u…
Used to assign value 1-9 based on how fat or thin they are
a specialized form of milk that delivers essential nutrients…
Artificial Insemination
A process of manually injecting semen into the cerviz or uter…
Altricial
An animal that is helpless at hatching or birth. born at an u…
47 terms
Animal Science 131 - Health, Grading, Companion Animals
What is the Longissimus dorsi used for?
What type of production uses renewable…
What are the numbers US1234 for?
What is inspection?
An indicator for muscling.
Organic
Pork Quality Grade
To look at non-adulterated products
What is the Longissimus dorsi used for?
An indicator for muscling.
What type of production uses renewable…
Organic
51 terms
Animal health
Some people think only vets should be…
Some people think confinement is uneth…
Atrophic rhinitis
Atrophic rhinitis
Why is horse teeth floating controversial?
Why are confinement operations seen as unethical?
this disease affects young, 60-80 pound pigs, and produces sy…
to prevent or stop this disease in swine we must select breed…
Some people think only vets should be…
Why is horse teeth floating controversial?
Some people think confinement is uneth…
Why are confinement operations seen as unethical?
22 terms
animal health
anaplasmosis
antibodies
bacteria
brucellosis
a parasitic disease
an immune substance produced in the body of an animal
one celled organisms that may cause disease
a disease of the reproductive tract of cattle sheep goat and…
anaplasmosis
a parasitic disease
antibodies
an immune substance produced in the body of an animal
20 terms
Arkansas Animal Science II Unit 3 Animal Health (Copy)
antibiotic
bacteria
biosecurity
disinfectant
- a chemical agent that prevents the growth of a germ or bact…
- one celled microorganisms; many species
- procedures intended to protect humans or animals against di…
- a chemical that destroys microbes by breaking down cell pro…
antibiotic
- a chemical agent that prevents the growth of a germ or bact…
bacteria
- one celled microorganisms; many species
37 terms
Lg. Animal Science Concepts of Health and Disease
Define Health
Define Normal
Define Disease
Define Symptom
The state of an individual living in complete harmony with it…
Measures of health that fall within predictable routine range…
Condition in the individual animal overtly shows bodily chang…
Changes that mark the disease (not the disease itself)
Define Health
The state of an individual living in complete harmony with it…
Define Normal
Measures of health that fall within predictable routine range…
Animal Science II - Animal Reproduction
cervix
artificial insemination
copulation
corpus luteum
The narrow necklike passage forming the lower end of the uterus
The injection of semen into the uterus other than by natural…
the mating of a male and female
a reddish-yellow mass that forms in a ruptured follicle in th…
cervix
The narrow necklike passage forming the lower end of the uterus
artificial insemination
The injection of semen into the uterus other than by natural…
8 terms
Animal health
Health
Healthy
Disease
Caudal
A state of physical and psychological well being.
Being in a good state of health.
Any deviation from or interruption of the normal structure or…
Towards the tail.
Health
A state of physical and psychological well being.
Healthy
Being in a good state of health.
Rodents - Animal Health Science (L1)
What are the charecteristics of mammels?
What is the classification of mice, ra…
What is the classification of guinea-p…
What is the classification of squirel-…
- Endothermic... - Four chambered heart... - Diaphragm... - Mammary gl…
Myomorph
Hystricomorph
Sciuromorph
What are the charecteristics of mammels?
- Endothermic... - Four chambered heart... - Diaphragm... - Mammary gl…
What is the classification of mice, ra…
Myomorph
Rabbits - Animal Health Science (L2)
What bacteria is harboured in the nasa…
What organ occupies the cranial thorax?
Why does pneumonia spread very quickly…
What is significant about the caudal l…
Pasturella
Thymus
No septa dividing into lobules
It is pedunculated (on a stalk) and is susceptible to torsion…
What bacteria is harboured in the nasa…
Pasturella
What organ occupies the cranial thorax?
Thymus
Rabbits - Animal Health Science (L1)
What classification group do rabbits b…
Which three animals belong to the laga…
What is the latin name for the domesti…
How many pairs of upper incisors do ra…
Lagamorphs
- Rabbits... - Hares... - Pikas
Oryctolagus cuniculi
Two pairs (peg teeth and normal incisors)
What classification group do rabbits b…
Lagamorphs
Which three animals belong to the laga…
- Rabbits... - Hares... - Pikas
Rodents - Animal Health Science (L2)
What is the result of repiration due t…
Why are rodents able to expand their l…
Which of the lungs in the rat is lobed?
How many chambers of the heart do rode…
Rodents are obligate nose breathers
- Have high chest wall compliance... - Low residual lung capacity
The right lung
4 chambers
What is the result of repiration due t…
Rodents are obligate nose breathers
Why are rodents able to expand their l…
- Have high chest wall compliance... - Low residual lung capacity
53 terms
Skeletal System: Animal Science
5 functions of the skeletal system
six classes of bone based on their sha…
when does bone reabsorption occur? wha…
simple fracture
1. giving the body shape and form ... 2. protecting vital organs…
1. long bones... 2. short bones... 3. flat bones... 4. sesamoid bones…
as the bone increases in diameter, the bone marro cavity incr…
a broken bone that doesn't puncture the skin
5 functions of the skeletal system
1. giving the body shape and form ... 2. protecting vital organs…
six classes of bone based on their sha…
1. long bones... 2. short bones... 3. flat bones... 4. sesamoid bones…
Animal Science Fish/Herps/Birds/Health
Cats v Dogs in US
Number and Type of Pets
Fish
Fish control life in water?
More cats than dogs in US, but more households that own dogs-…
1. Affluence and std of life 2. Money 3. Size
Kingdom: Animalia... Phylum: Chordata(backbone)... Class: Agnatha(j…
Drink very little and urinate alot to get rid of excess water…
Cats v Dogs in US
More cats than dogs in US, but more households that own dogs-…
Number and Type of Pets
1. Affluence and std of life 2. Money 3. Size
62 terms
Animal Science: Animal Terminology
Bull
Steer
Heifer
Cow
Intact Male cattle
Immature Castrated Male cattle
Immature Female cattle (has NOT had babies)
Mature Female cattle has had babies
Bull
Intact Male cattle
Steer
Immature Castrated Male cattle
13 terms
Animal Cell Organelles, Health Science 1
Cell Membrane
Cytoplasm
Nucleus
Ribosomes
Thin membrane that surrounds each cell. Forms outer boundary…
Specialized living material located between plasma membrane a…
Largest organelle. Controls all organelles in cytoplasm. DNA…
"Protein Factories" Make enzymes and protein compounds. Can b…
Cell Membrane
Thin membrane that surrounds each cell. Forms outer boundary…
Cytoplasm
Specialized living material located between plasma membrane a…
20 terms
Arkansas Animal Science II Unit 3 Animal Health (Copy)
antibiotic
bacteria
biosecurity
disinfectant
- a chemical agent that prevents the growth of a germ or bact…
- one celled microorganisms; many species
- procedures intended to protect humans or animals against di…
- a chemical that destroys microbes by breaking down cell pro…
antibiotic
- a chemical agent that prevents the growth of a germ or bact…
bacteria
- one celled microorganisms; many species
30 terms
Animal Terminology (Animal Science)
uncastrated male beef cattle used for…
mature female beef cattle that has giv…
female beef cattle that has not given…
newborn beef animal
bull
cow
heifer
calf
uncastrated male beef cattle used for…
bull
mature female beef cattle that has giv…
cow
32 terms
Unit 27 Animal Health
Syringe
Disinfectant
Feedlots
Host animal
an instrument used to give injections of medicine or to draw…
materials that destroy infective agents such as bacteria and…
areas in which large numbers of animals are grown for food
a species of animal in or on which diseases or parasites can…
Syringe
an instrument used to give injections of medicine or to draw…
Disinfectant
materials that destroy infective agents such as bacteria and…
10 terms
Animal health terminology
Homeostatic balance
Infectious disease
Pathogenicity
Virulence
Ability of the body to maintain equilibrium in the internal e…
Disease caused by pathogenic organisms such as bacteria, viru…
Ability to cause disease
Degree of pathogenicity
Homeostatic balance
Ability of the body to maintain equilibrium in the internal e…
Infectious disease
Disease caused by pathogenic organisms such as bacteria, viru…
36 terms
Animal Health
101.5
102.3
103.8
102.6
What is the average body temperature of cattle?
What is the average body temperature of sheep?
What is the average body temperature of goats?
What is the average body temperature of swine?
101.5
What is the average body temperature of cattle?
102.3
What is the average body temperature of sheep?
23 terms
Animal Health
animal husbandry
anemia
fecal examination
dehydration
raising animals and tending to their health
deficiency of red blood cells
microscopic eval of animal feces
excessive loss of metabolic water that the body needs to func…
animal husbandry
raising animals and tending to their health
anemia
deficiency of red blood cells
40 terms
Animal Science: Animal Terminology
Uncastrated Male
Immature Castrated Male
Immature Female prior to calving.
Mature Female after first calf.
Bull (Cattle)
Steer (Cattle)
Heifer (Cattle)
Cow (Cattle)
Uncastrated Male
Bull (Cattle)
Immature Castrated Male
Steer (Cattle)
17 terms
Animal Health
Micro Organisms
Bacteria
Parasites
Drench Resistance
Microscopic living organism, which may be single-celled or mu…
Bacteria can often affect animals then cause disease. An exam…
There are many species of "worms" that live inside the animal…
Drench resistance is an increasing problem on cattle farms bu…
Micro Organisms
Microscopic living organism, which may be single-celled or mu…
Bacteria
Bacteria can often affect animals then cause disease. An exam…
14 terms
Animal Health
Transpiration
Perennial
Compost
Cultivar
Movement of water through a plant. It is absorbed through the…
A plant that lasts more than two years. The most common type…
Decomposing organic matter. Helps soil structure by adding or…
A plant or group of plant species selected for desirable char…
Transpiration
Movement of water through a plant. It is absorbed through the…
Perennial
A plant that lasts more than two years. The most common type…
32 terms
Animal Science
What are the different coat types for…
what are the different types of ears f…
what are the different types of tails…
what are 3 skull shapes for dogs?
-short, smooth, single coat... -wiry coat... -wavy, curly or corded…
-erect... -semi-erect... -button... -flying... -pendulous
-bobtail... -gay... -plumbed... -curled... -otter... -ring at the end... -screw…
What are the different coat types for…
-short, smooth, single coat... -wiry coat... -wavy, curly or corded…
what are the different types of ears f…
-erect... -semi-erect... -button... -flying... -pendulous
Animal Science
Domestication
Selective Breeding
Animal Byproduct
Ruminants
the taming of animals for human use, such as work or as food
method of breeding that allows only those organisms with desi…
secondary products produced from Animal production
Animals with four chambered stomachs
Domestication
the taming of animals for human use, such as work or as food
Selective Breeding
method of breeding that allows only those organisms with desi…
10 terms
Animal Science 3170 OSU Health 1 Homework 2
Disease transported between multiple s…
Primary Pathology of ringworm is due t…
Sporulation time of Toxoplasma gondii…
Toxoplasma gondii oocytes can survive…
Zoonotic
Kertinases
1-5days
400 days
Disease transported between multiple s…
Zoonotic
Primary Pathology of ringworm is due t…
Kertinases
31 terms
Animal Health
Anemia
Dehydration
Discolored urine is a sign of?
Pulse Rate, Respiration Rate, Body Tem…
deficiency of red blood cells that carry oxygen to organ and…
excessive loss of water
dehydration
vital signs
Anemia
deficiency of red blood cells that carry oxygen to organ and…
Dehydration
excessive loss of water
17 terms
Animal Health
disease
symptom
lesion
etiology
any state other than complete health, resulting in disruption…
signs diseased animal exhibits
abnormal change in body organ
factors that cause disease
disease
any state other than complete health, resulting in disruption…
symptom
signs diseased animal exhibits
14 terms
Animal Health
Mortality
Morbitity
Disease
Necropsy
Death
Illness
Deviation from normal state of health
Post mortem examination
Mortality
Death
Morbitity
Illness
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