The following definition describes what? Refers to the study of integrated functions of the body and the function of all its parts, including biophysical and biochemical processes.
If you were asked where to describe that a horse had white on his hind legs and a white marking on his belly, what ways might you possibly describe the locations using directional terms?
The horse has white stockings on his caudal limbs and a white distal marking on his barrel.
The horse has white stockings on his cranial limbs and a white proximal marking on his barrel.
The horse has white stockings on his plantar limbs and a white ventral marking.
The horse has white stockings on his palmar limbs and a white dorsal marking.
The term cranial can also be remembered as being located towards the brain.
Which of the following is NOT a function of bones?
act as levers
The heart is a considered a striated, voluntary muscle.
The larynx contracts to produce "voice" or noises from animals.
What is the BIGGEST difference between an equine and bovine digestive system?
An equine is a monogastric and a bovine is a ruminant.
An equine has a longer esophagus through which food and water travels as compared to the bovine.
It takes longer for food to be digested in an equine than in a bovine.
The digestive system of an equine looks different than that of a bovine.
The main function of the circulatory system in animals is to transport oxygen and blood throughout the body.
The following are components of a female bovine's reproductive system: seminal vesicles, prostate, vas deferens, Cowper's glands.