Horse Production Test 1

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Horse Production Test 1
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  1. Name the five different types of facial markings.
    Snip,Blaze, Star, Stripe, Bald
  2. Name the different types of feet markings.
    Coggle, Sock, Half stocking, Stocking, inside Heel, Outside Heel
  3. Accessional
    Permanent Teeth
  4. Axial Flow
    Opposite of chewing, spirals to throat
  5. Lateral Movement
    what turns food
  6. Buccal
    Outside of teeth
  7. Bunodent
    human teeth
  8. Hiposent
    Horse's teeth, ever erupting
  9. Cement
    Second hardest material of tooth
  10. Dentin
    softest part of tooth back fills with pulp
  11. Enamel
    hardest material of tooth
  12. Congenital 
    overbites and underbites
  13. Distal
    away from
  14. Dorsal
    Back
  15. Eruption
    rate at which crown protrudes the gum line
  16. Lingual
    Facing tongue
  17. Fissure
    Crack
  18. Fistula
    a duct or canal-abscess
  19. Foramen
    Open hole
  20. Mandible
    lower jaw
  21. Mastication
    grinding, chewing of food
  22. Maxilla
    upper jaw
  23. Mucus Membrane
    epithelial tissue richly supplied with cells which can secrete mucus
  24. Occlude
    surface to surface contact
  25. Ossify
    harden into bone
  26. Rostral
    front of mouth
  27. Arcade
    row of teeth
  28. ATR
    accentuated transverse ridging
  29. caudual
    back of mouth
  30. What three things do we write down before working on a horse?
    • 1. Any cuts or scrapes?
    • 2.Pressure of TMJ
    • 3. Body Condition
  31. What are the three parts of the root?
    Root, reverse crown, and the clinical crown
  32. The incisors are?
    The frontmost teeth
  33. Premolars
    shed caps, first three
  34. Molars
    Last three
  35. Horses have how many teeth/
    42 teeth
  36. By the age of 4-4 1/2 how many teeth, approximately, will a horse lose?
    24
  37. What are some common signs of dental problems?
    Weight loss, dropping feed, foul odor of mouth, slobbering, head tilting, tongue lolling, bucking
  38. What does SCO stand for?
    simultaneous centric occlusion, all teeth are touching
  39. Three point balance includes what?
    incisors, pre-molars, molars
  40. What does AF stand for? 
    Axial Flow
  41. What are three things to ask owner before working on the horse?
    When did you last feed? Are you currently having any problems? Colic?
  42. Between the molars and incisors there is a gap called the?
    interdental space, or bars
  43. What are wolf teeth?
    Rudimentary teeth that sometimes develop into in front of premolars
  44. What percentage of mares have wolf teeth?
    10%
  45. By the age of three the horse has how many permanent teeth?
    4
  46. By the age of four the horse has how many permanent teeth?
    8
  47. By the age of five how many permanent teeth does the horse have?
    All incisors are permanent
  48. What does the Galvaynes Groove tell us?
    A horse's age
  49. By what year does the 'hook' develop?
    7 and 14
  50. At what age does the Galvayne's groove develop?
    9-10 years old
  51. At what age does the Galvayne's groove disappear?
    20 years old
  52. What percentage of dental problems come from humans?
    90%
  53. Horse Breeds to Know:
    Arabian, Appaloosa, Paint, Cream Draft Horse, Hackney, Lipizzan, Miniature Horse, Missouri Fox Trottter, Quarter Horse, Thoroughbred, Tennessee Walking Horse
  54. What are the five basic colors?
    • 1. Chestnut
    • 2. Bay
    • 3. Brown
    • 4. Black
    • 5. White

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