2008 Multiple Choice

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2008 Multiple Choice
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2008 Small Animals Questions
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  1. What is the term for a rabbit doe giving birth?
    A. Queening
    B. Whelping
    C. Farrowing
    D. Kindling
    D. Kindling
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  2. What are the stages of mitosis in their correct order?
    A. Prophase, metaphase, interphase, telophase, anaphase
    B. Anaphase, prophase, metaphase, telophase, interphase
    C. Telophase, anaphase, interphase, prophase, metaphase
    D. Interphase, prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase
    D. Interphase, prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase
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  3. What are the stages of estrous in their correct order?
    A. Anestrus, proestrus, diestrus, estrus
    B. Anestrus, proestrus, estrus, diestrus
    C. Proestrus, estrus, anestrus, diestrus
    D. Estrus, proestrus, diestrus, anestrus
    B. Anestrus, proestrus, estrus, diestrus
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  4. This is breeding closely related animals:
    A. Inbreeding
    B. Crossbreeding
    C. Out crossing
    D. Line crossbreeding
    C. Out crossing
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  5. This term is used for male animals with a retained testicle:
    A. Osteomalacia
    B. Pyometra
    C. Cryptorchidism
    D. Stromatolites
    C. Cryptorchidism
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  6. These animals lay eggs:
    A. Larviparous
    B. Ovolarviparous
    C. Oviparous
    D. Ovoviviparous
    C. Oviparous
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  7. This basic nutrient provides energy, fiber, and bulkiness to an animal's diet:
    A. Fats
    B. Vitamins
    C. Proteins
    D. Carbohydrates
    D. Carbohydrates
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  8. Because cats are true carnivores, they need increased amounts of this amino acid in their diet:
    A. Biotin
    B. Folic Acid
    C. Taurine
    D. Thiamine
    C. Taurine
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  9. Which of these vitamins is fat-soluable?
    A. Vitamin C
    B. Vitamin A
    C. Niacin
    D. Riboflavin
    B. Vitamin A
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  10. How many calories are in one kilocalorie?
    A. 100
    B. 10,000
    C. 1,000
    D. 100,000
    C. 1,000
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  11. This is gaseous distension in an animal's stomach:
    A. Peritonitis
    B. Bloat
    C. Retching
    D. Intussesceptum
    B. Bloat
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  12. A deficiency of iodine in the diet of birds may lead to this condition:
    A. New Castle Disease
    B. Rickets
    C. Goiter
    D. Candidiasis
    C. Goiter
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  13. This rabbit disease is caused by the bacteria Pasteurella multocida:
    A. Enteritis
    B. Wet Dewlaps
    C. Snuffles
    D. Tyzzer's Disease
    C. Snuffles
  14. This canine internal parasite lives in the dog's lower digestive tract, especially the cecum:
    A. Hook worm (Ancylostoma caninum)
    B. Tapeworm (Taenia pisiformis)
    C. Roundworm (Toxocara canis)
    D. Whipworm (Trichuris vulpis)
    D. Whipworm (Trichuris vulpis)
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  15. This is a common fungal disease of mammals:
    A. Mange
    B. Ascarids
    C. Ringworm
    D. Cherry eye
    C. Ringworm
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  16. This disease can be spread by drinking or swimming in water contaminated by infected animal urine:
    A. Tuberculosis
    B. Leptospirosis
    C. Pseudorabies
    D. Bruellosis
    B. Leptospirosis
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  17. Even though the most common way to contract this zoonotic disease is by eating undercooked meats, pregnant women should avoid handling cat litter boxes as well to avoid exposure to it.
    A. Rhinosporidium
    B. Toxoplasmosis
    C. Haemobartonellosis
    D. Panleukopenia
    B. Toxoplasmosis
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  18. This tick can infest buildings and kennels:
    A. The brown dog tick
    B. The lone star tick
    C. The american dog tick
    D. The wood tick
    A. The brown dog tick
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  19. Heartworm is transmitted from one dog to another by this parasite:
    A. Tick
    B. Louse
    C. Flea
    D. Mosquito
    D. Mosquito
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  20. Another name for this disease is "Ich":
    A. Slime Disease
    B. White Spot
    C. Velvet Disease
    D. Hole-in-the-head
    B. White Spot
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  21. This cat comes in 3 types: rumpy, stumpy, and longy:
    A. Scottish Fold
    B. Manx
    C. Bombay
    D. Tonkinese
    B. Manx
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  22. These rabbits are raised for their wool, prized by hand spinners in the USA.
    A. English Angora
    B. Rex
    C. Jersey Wooly
    D. Californian
    A. English Angora
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  23. How long is the gestation of the canine?
    A. 21 days
    B. 115 days
    C. 148 days
    D. 63 days
    D. 63 days
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  24. Which of the following blood cells is a leukocyte or white blood cell?
    A. Platelet
    B. Thrombocyte
    C. Eosinophil
    D. Erythrocyte
    C. Eosinophil
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  25. This bone is commonly called the shoulder blade:
    A. Sternum
    B. Clavicle
    C. Ulna
    D. Scapula
    D. Scapula
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  26. This term is used for an abnormal increase in an animal's heart rate:
    A. Tachycardia
    B. Bradycardia
    C. Dysnea
    D. Apnea
    A. Tachycardia
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  27. This muscular wall separates the right and left sides of the mammalian heart:
    A. Venacava
    B. Aorta
    C. Septum
    D. Chordae tendineae
    C. Septum
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  28. This is the term for a decreased level of calcium:
    A. Hypokalemia
    B. Hypochloremia
    C. Hyponatremia
    D. Hypocalcemia
    D. Hypocalcemia
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  29. This term describes a stumbling gait:
    A. Nystagmus
    B. Atrophy
    C. Ataxia
    D. Epilepsy
    C. Ataxia
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  30. To encourage preening in birds, they should be offered this:
    A. Oyster shell in their diet
    B. Regular bathing or misting
    C. Fresh fruits and vegetables
    D. Different diameter perches
    B. Regular bathing or misting
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  31. What is a general rule of thumb to determine how many fish you can have in a tropical fresh water fish tank?
    A. 1 inch of fish for every 102 inches of tank surface area
    B. 2 inches of fish for every 102 inches of tank surface area
    C. 1 inch of fish for every 302 square inches of tank surface area
    D. 2 inches of fish for every 302 inches of tank surface area
    A. 1 inch of fish for every 102 inches of tank surface area
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  32. This is a common blood vessel used to take a dog's pulse:
    A. The aorta
    B. The vena cava
    C. The femoral artery
    D. The jugular vein
    C. The femoral artery
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  33. Which of the following is NOT a benign tumor?
    A. Fibrosarcoma
    B. Adenoma
    C. Osteoma
    D. Fibroma
    A. Fibrosarcoma
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  34. The number of cervical vertebrae in all mammalians is:
    A. 6
    B. 8
    C. 5
    D. 7
    D. 7
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  35. The three portions of the small intestine are the:
    A. Duodenum, jejunum, ileum
    B. Cecum, colon, rectum
    C. Duodenum, ileum, cecum
    D. Duodenum, jejunum, colon
    A. Duodenum, jejunum, ileum
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  36. The reproductive cycle in the female dog is:
    A. Monoestrous
    B. Polyestrous
    C. Seasonal polyestrous
    D. None of the above
    A. Monoestrous
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  37. The trigeminal nerve is responsible for:
    A. Hearing and balance
    B. Sensing of internal organs
    C. Sensing the smell
    D. Sensing the teeth and face
    D. Sensing the teeth and face
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  38. The word "plasma" refers to:
    A. The formed elements of the blood
    B. The electrolytes dissolved in the blood
    C. The white blood cells
    D. The fluid portion of the blood
    D. The fluid portion of the blood
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  39. During respiration, gas exchange occurs in the:
    A. Bronchus
    B. Bronchiole
    C. Alveoli
    D. Trachea
    C. Alveoli
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  40. Copper is mainly stored in the:
    A. Pancreas
    B. Liver
    C. Muscles
    D. Brain
    B. Liver
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  41. The guaranteed analysis in a pet food label contains (as %):
    A. Minimum for crude protein, fat, with maximum for moisture and crude fiber
    B. Maximum for crude protein, fat, moisture, and crude fiber
    C. Maximum for crude protein, fat, with minimum for moisture and crude fiber
    D. Minimum for crude protein, fat, moisture and crude fiber
    A. Minimum for crude protein, fat, with maximum for moisture and crude fiber
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  42. Antibiotics are effective in:
    A. Viral infections
    B. Parasitic infestations
    C. Bacterial infections
    D. All of the above
    C. Bacterial infections
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  43. Dogs should be bathed:
    A. On a regular basis, monthly
    B. Only in summertime
    C. Only when they become extremely dirty
    D. On a regular basis, once every two weeks
    C. Only when they become extremely dirty
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  44. Leptrospirosis in a dog is usually affecting:
    A. Brain, kidney and heart
    B. Heart, liver and brain
    C. Liver, GI tract and kidney
    D. Liver, brain and kidney
    C. Liver, GI tract and kidney
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  45. Gill flukes in fishes are caused by:
    A. Bacteria
    B. Virus
    C. Parasites
    D. Fungus
    C. Parasites
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  46. During a meal, fish should receive the amount of food they can consume in:
    A. 5 minutes
    B. 30 minutes
    C. 60 minutes
    D. 15 minutes
    A. 5 minutes
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  47. Fluid accumulation in the abdomen is a common finding in dogs affected by:
    A. Tapeworms
    B. Heartworms
    C. Whipworms
    D. Roundworms
    B. Heartworms
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  48. The portion of the stomach that leads to the small intestine is called:
    A. Cardias
    B. Pylorus
    C. Fundus
    D. Antrum
    B. Pylorus
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  49. Which of the following foodstuffs should NOT be fed to young rabbits?
    A. Green lettuce
    B. Banana
    C. Carrot
    D. Oats
    A. Green lettuce
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  50. The two main proteins of the muscle myofilaments are:
    A. Actine and myosin
    B. Actine and biotine
    C. Myosin and calmodulin
    D. Calbindin and calmodulin
    A. Actine and myosin
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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