Large animal test 1

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Large animal test 1
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Equine and bovine fun facts
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  1. equine technical term
    Equus Caballus
  2. equine regular temp
    99-101of
  3. equine resp.
    10-20BPM
  4. equine pulse
    30-40BPM
  5. equine vertebral formula
    C7, T18, L6, S5, Cy15-21
  6. equine dental formula
    2(I 3/3 C 0-1/0-1 PM 3-4/3, M 3/3) =
  7. equine digestive system
    Monogastric large ceacum
  8. Equine breeding season
    seasonally polyestrus
  9. Equine estrus length
    21 days
  10. Equine heat period
    7days
  11. Equine gestation
    335-340
  12. filly
    newborn
  13. filly
    young female
  14. weanling
    5-12m
  15. Yearling
    12-24M
  16. two year old
    24-36M
  17. Bovine
    Bos taurus
  18. Bovine temp
    • 99.5-103oF
    • calves 99.8-102oF
  19. Bovine Pulse
    70-90 bpm
  20. Bovine resp.
    12-16bpm
  21. Bovine vertebral formula
    C7,T13,L6,S5,Cy18-20
  22. Bovine dental formula
    2(I 0/4, C 0/0, P 3/3, M3/3) =32
  23. Bovine digestive system
    • Forestomach-rumen (paunch)
    • Reticulum (honeycomb)
    • Omasum (manypiles)
    • True glandular stomach
    • Abomasum (true stomach)
  24. Bovine breeding season
    polyestrus
  25. Bovine estrus length
    21 days
  26. Bovine heat period
    18hrs
  27. Bovine gestation
    285 days
  28. Calf
    newborn
  29. heifer
    young female
  30. cow
    adult female
  31. bullcalf or Bullock
    young male
  32. bull
    old male
  33. Steer
    neutered
  34. Gomer
    teaser male
  35. PTA
    Predicted transmitting abilities
  36. EPD
    Expected progeny difference
  37. Arthogryposis multiplex
    caused by a resesive gene
  38. TPI
    total production index
  39. Phenotypic traits
    result of expression of an animals genetic make up and enviornmental influences
  40. Common qualtitative techniques for selection
    statistical analysis of important traits, phenotypic selection using performance indexes

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