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ANSC 1000 Practice Exam + Answers

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50 questions from the three powerpoint Dr. Huntington has been over.
Introduction to Animal Sciences
Dr. Carolyn Huntington
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Animal Science, Auburn University, ANSC 1000, auburn, ANSC, Intro to Animal Science, Introduction to Animal Science
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Date Created: 01/31/16
ANSC 1000 Practice Exam 1 1. Extreme sex drive in animals has shown _______ fertility. A. reduced B. increased C. no change 2. Dressing percent of porcine: __________________________________________________ 3. How many pounds of milk per day does a beef cow produce? A. 60-120 lb/day B. 10-13 lb/day C. 30-45 lb/day D. 8-12 lb/day 4. Define Ethology: ___________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________. 5. Why do mothers lick their young? A. Stimulates blood flow B. Because they are dirty C. Encourages them to stand and nurse D. A and C E. All of the above 6. Define feeder-pig finishing: ___________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ 7. What would you call a young female horse? A. filly B. gilt C. colt D. foal 8. Which of the following is the biggest US state in the beef industry? A. Oklahoma B. Alabama C. Missouri D. Texas 9. Porcine age at weaning: _____________________________________________________ 10. Adjective for swine: A. bovine B. ovine C. porcine D. equine 11. Define deprivation: __________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ 12. What is a dry cow? A. a cow that is lactating B. a cow that is not lactating C. a cow that is ready to be bred 13. Society’s interaction and growth is related to A. watering its plants B. eating family dinners C. the way it treats its animals D. television networks 14. What are some beef animal welfare concerns? ___________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ 15. What percent of society is presently engaged in agriculture? A. 3% B. 26% C. 1% D. 7% 16. Define investigative behavior: _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________. 17. Cattle reported age at weaning: A. 205 days B. 21 days C. 90 days D. 180 days 18. Define psychology: _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________. 19. Swine birth weight: A. 7-9 lbs B. 10-12 lbs C. 2.7-3.3 lbs D. 5 lbs 20. What is the term for ‘lack of response to a repeated stimulus’? A. instinct B. conditioning C. operant D. habituation 21. What is the genus and species name for a horse? _________________________________ 22. What is the correct definition for speciesism? A. limiting an animals reeder or other like restriction B. a prejudice or bias toward the interests of members of ones own species C. act of operating or experimenting on live animals D. failing to provide an animal with vital requirements 23. Give an example of eliminative behavior: ________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ 24. More cows calf during: A. daylight hours B. cold weather C. warm weather D. darkness 25. Define bullock: _____________________________________________________________ 26. What is the adg of growing cattle? A. 1.8-2.4 lb gain/day B. 1.3-2.0 lb gain/day C. 3.0-4.5 lb gain/day D. 1.7-2.2 lb gain/day 27. Why is it important for young animals to interact with their species? ___________________ _________________________________________________________________________ 28. Amount of time mares are in heat: A. roughly 12 hours B. 5 — 7 days C. 3 days D. 24 hours 29. Sheep genus and species name: ______________________________________________ 30. Which definition is correct for ‘trial and error’? A. learning to respond to a stimulus as a result of reinforcement when the proper response is made B. ability to respond correctly to a stimulus the first time a new situation is presented C. trying different responses to a stimulus until the correct response is achieved D. association between a previously neutral stimulus or behavioral response to a previously significant stimulus 31. Define vivisection: __________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ 32. A mare in heat will… A. squat, urinate, and wink their vulva B. leave the herd C. seek out stallions D. find a place to lay down 33. Sheep weaning weight: A. 450-550 lb B. 90-120 lb C. 15-20 lb D. 70-90lb 34. What is the goat genus and species name? ______________________________________ 35. Percent calf crop: A. 60% calf crop B. 90% calf crop C. 70% calf crop D. 80% calf crop 36. What is mastitis? A. inflammation of the udders B. inflammation of the skin C. reddening of the eye D. reddening of the udders 37. Define anthropomorphic: _____________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ 38. What is a display of ingestive behavior in ruminants? A. swallowing food as soon as it is lubricated with saliva B. eating very slowly C. chewing food into many pieces D. eating only when the sun is down 39. Type of beef cattle producers: _________________________________________________ 40. True or False: almost all animals withdraw from the group when they are sick. 41. True or False: stallions approach mares from the back while they are in heat. 42. Define Classical Conditioning: _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ 43. Rules for animal research: 1. 2. 3. 4. 44. Commercial producers raise livestock for: A. showing B. slaughtering C. companionship D. selling 45. Animal control intends to 1. 2. 3. 46. Define cruelty: _____________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ 47. What year did each of these events occur? A. Animal welfare act — set control of the sale of dogs and cats for research B. Amendment to the animal welfare act; minimize pain and discomfort C. Mandate to national institute of health D. Sweden animal rights law — agriculture should be suited to the animals' nature 48. Name 3 hands on careers in animal science: 1. 2. 3. 49. Amount of horse owners: A. 40 million B. 2 million C. 500,000 D. 8 million 50. How can you succeed in animal science? A. hard work B. focus on science C. people skills D. extracurricular activities E. all of the above ANSWER KEY 1. A 31.ACT OF OPERATING OR 2. 70-72% EXPERIMENTING ON LIVE ANIMALS 3. D 32.A 4. THE SCIENCE OF ANIMAL BEHAVIOR 33.B 5. D 34.CAPRA HIRCUS 6. FEEDER PIGS ARE PURCHASED AND 35.B THEN FED TO SLAUGHTER WEIGHT 36.A 7. A 37.HAVING HUMAN CHARACTERISTICS 8. D 38.A 9. 2 - 4 WEEKS 39.COMMERCIALAND SEEDSTOCK 10.C 40.TRUE 11.LIMITING AN ANIMALS FREEDOM OR 41.FALSE OTHER LIKE RESTRICTION 42.A FORMED ASSOCIATION BETWEEN 12.B AN UNCONDITIONED STIMULUS AND 13.C A NEUTRAL STIMULUS 14.BRANDING, CASTRATION, 43.1) ANIMALS SHOULD NOT SUFFER DEHORNING, CANCER EYE, PAIN OR DISTRESS UNLESS PAIN OR DOWNERS, SLAUGHTER DISTRESS IS THE OBJECTIVE, OR 15.C CONTROL OF PAIN OR DISTRESS 16.HOW ANIMALS ACT IN AN UNFAMILIAR WOULD INVALIDATE RESULTS; 2) ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS SHOULD NOT BE USED 17.A REPEATEDLY FOR INVASIVE 18.STUDYING LEARNING IN HUMANS EXPERIMENTS; 3) DRUGS WHICH AND APPLYING INSIGHTS GAINED CAUSE PARALYSIS WHILE LEAVING FROM NONHUMAN ANIMAL STUDIES THE ANIMAL CONSCIOUS SHOULD TO UNDERSTANDING HUMAN NOT BE USED WITHOUT ANESTHESIA; BEHAVIOR 4) HUSBANDRY AND HOUSING 19.C SHOULD FIT THE NATURE OF THE 20.D ANIMAL 21.EQUUS CABALLUS 44.B 22.B 45.1) ENFORCE LAWS; 2) USE FOR 23.SWINE DEFECATE IN SPECIFIC RESEARCH; 3) ADVOCATE SPAYING & AREAS NEUTERING 24.D 46.SHOWING INDIFFERENCE OR 25.MALE BOVINE LESS THAN 20 PLEASURE IN ANOTHER’S PAIN OR MONTHS SUFFERING 26.B 47.1966/1985/1985/1988 27.SO THAT THEY PICK UP THEIR 48.VETERINARIANS, ZOOKEEPERS, SPECIES SOCIAL CHARACTERISTICS FARMERS, ETC. 28.B 49.B 29.OVIS ARIES 50.E


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