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AR AnSci U 7

Arkansas Animal Science Unit 7

single-cell microorganisms that cause disease in animals bacteria
any organism that carries disease carrier
a condition of pain, deterioration, injury, or other condition that constrains normal body functions disease
plant-like organisms that have no chlorophyll fungi
the condition of an organism as related to normal life functions health
an organism that lives in or on a host parasite
any substance toxic to the animal poison
a group of one-cell organisms sometimes classified as one-cell animals, including amoebae and paramecia protozoa
aseptic clean condition sanitation
a period of time livestock are held away from other animals quarantine
a self-reproducing agent that is smaller than bacteria and can multiply only within living cells of a host virus
an indication of the living condition of an animal, including breathing, pulse rate, and body temperature vital signs
Created by: charissamoore