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  1. electrocardiogram
    used to view the hearts electrical waves
  2. otoscope
    used to look inside the ear
  3. stethoscope
    used to listen to a heart beat
  4. thermometer
    to take temperature
  5. anserine
    geese
  6. bitch
    canine that has produced offspring
  7. bovine
    cattle
  8. calving
    act of a cow giving birth
  9. canine
    dogs
  10. caprine
    goats
  11. doe
    rabbit that has produced offspring
  12. foaling
    act of mare giving birth
  13. horses
    equine
  14. litter
    young group of kittens
  15. mare
    horse that has produced offspring
  16. Murine
    rats
  17. ovine
    sheep
  18. whelping
    act of a bitch giving birth
  19. what is the two part naming of a species called?
    which two categories in Linnaeus's system of classification often referred to as the scientific name?
    why do scientists use scientific names instead of common names?
    what language do the naming of species use?
    binomial nomenclature, genus species, be more specific, Latin.
  20. who is credited with developing our modern method of classifying organisms?
    Carolus Linnaeus
  21. give complete classification order of the domestic dog
    anamalia, chordata, mammalia, carnivora, canidae, canis, familiaria.
  22. list 3 common ways animals can be classified.
    physical feature, use, any other category used to put similar animals together.
  23. animalia
    single celled, microscopic animals including algae.
  24. fungi
    molds, yeast, fungi
  25. monera
    bacterial organisms that lack a true nucleus in the cell and reproduce by fission
  26. plantae
    multicellular photosynthesizing organisms
  27. prootista
    invertebrates and vertebrates
  28. aves
    warm-blooded vertebrates with two legs, wings, feathers, and lay eggs.
  29. mammalia
    vertebrates  with mammary glands, hair, and well developed brain
  30. osteichthyes
    bony fish, vertebrate lives in water with gills, fins and scales
  31. reptillia
    cold-blooded vertebrates with lungs, bony skeleton, scales, plates and heart with two atria
  32. what are some of the purposes of the FFA?
    leadership, promote scholarship, career options
  33. the minutes of a meeting should be kept by which officer?
    secratary
  34. list acceptable work habits.
    hard worker, follow directions, listens, follows safety rules, written time
  35. meat market
    human consumptions
  36. draft animals
    labor/work
  37. dairy animals
    milk/cheese
  38. dual-purpose animals
    meat and dairy multiple purposes
  39. being careful and think about what you do
    true
  40. safer to work alone?
    false
  41. learn how to properly hold or restrain animal can help be safer?
    true
  42. all animals bite, scratch, peck?
    true
  43. Robert's rules of order are the standard rules to use during a formal group meeting, the rules state that the correct way to state a motion is to say "I move..."
    true
  44. what should all first aid kits have to use as pressure on a bloody injury?
    gauze
  45. describe what action should be taken if a chemical is splashed in eyes?
    wash 15 min thoroughly.
  46. where should the first aid kit and the eye wash/kit station be located?
    near and possibly accessible to everyone
  47. why should you not move an injured person any further unless in danger or emergency?
    could be hurt or become hurt even more
  48. what is another term for broken bone?
    fracture
  49. describe difference between slight and severe allergic reaction.
    • slight is itchy, little bumps around accessible area.
    • severe is effecting breathing passage, swelling, anaphylactic shock.
  50. what is considered first aid for a profusely bleeding cut?
    tourniquet
  51. list the items recommended to be kept in first aid kit.
    sterile bandages, tweezers, baking soda for cleaning and drinking for upset stomachs, water, eye wash solution.
  52. what is the initial or first thing you should do as a first-aid procedure for bites and scratches?
    wash soap and water
  53. what does CPR stand for?
    cardiopulmonary resuscitation
  54. pulmonary refers to what?
    Cardio refers to what?
    • lungs or breathing
    • heart
  55. how often should you get a tetanus shot?
    • 5 years*
    • 7 years
    • 10 years

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