MMRhodes CPAS Review

meriligo's version from 2018-04-11 19:49

Section 1

Question Answer
Poultry ReproductionEgg is fertilized inside of the female, Egg is laid, Hen sits on the egg for 21 days, egg hatches, baby feeds itself
Mammal ReproductionEgg is fertilized inside of the female, Baby is kept in the females body (in most cases), baby is born (length depends on species), mother feeds (milk) and cares for the offspring
Catfish ReproductionMale finds a location for the eggs to be laid, female lays eggs and leaves, male sprays sperm on the eggs and stays with the eggs until about a week after they hatch, then they all leave and find for themselves
Artificial InseminationCollecting sperm from male and placing into the female by means other than natural mating
Embryo TransferTaking a fertilized egg from one female and placing it into a recipient (sergeant) female to carry the offspring and care for it after birth
GestationLength of pregnancy (length depends on species)
Lactation Production of milk
ColostrumMothers first milk-filled with vitamins and antibodies that the baby needs for survival

Section 2

Question Answer
HeredityPassing of of physical or mental characteristics genetically from one generation to another
GeneA unit of heredity that is transferred from a parent to offspring
Homogeneous/HomozygousSame Example LL, tt
Heterogeneous/HeterozygousDifferent Example Ll, Tt
DominantImportant, mask other traits, characterized by a Capital Letter- L B R
RecessiveTrait being mask by the dominant trait, Characterized by a lowercase letter- l b r
Natural Matingmale and female are at the same location and are left alone to have sexual relations
Ruminant CompartmentRumen, Reticulum, Omasum and Abomasum (RROA)
Major Classes of Nutrients (needed for survival)Water, proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins, fats, minerals