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T/F RATS ONLY LIVE 2 YEARS FALSE
T/F RATS ARE PRONE TO EATING THEIR OWN BABIES FALSE
T/F RATS ARE CORAPHAGIC TRUE
T/F BOTH A RATS INCISORS AND MOLARS ARE CONTINUOUSLY ERUPTING ALL THEIR LIFE FALSE
T/F RATS DO NOT CONTINUALLY GROW ALL THIER LIVES FALSE
RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL ASPECTS OF ANIMAL USE, EDUCATION, HEALTH, AND COMPLIANCE WITH ALL LAWS; REVIEW PROTOCOLS AND APPROVE OR DENY THEM; INSURE APPROPRIATE SEDATION, ANALGESIA, AND ANESTHESIA ARE BEING USED INSTITUTIONAL ANIMAL CARE AND USE COMMITTEE
PRIMARY REFERENCE ON ANIMAL CARE AND USE; DETAILED INFO ON ALL ASPECTS OF BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH FACILITIES THE GUIDE
ENFORCES REGULATIONS CONTAINED IN THE FEDERAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES ACT CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY
MAKES SURE ACCURATE RECORDS ARE KEPT; SURPRISE YEARLY INSPECTIONS USDA
GOVERN THE SALE, HANDLING, TRANSPORT, AND USE OF ANIMALS; SET STANDARD FOR ANIMALS IN EDUCATION, RESEARCH, AND EXHIBITION THE ANIMAL WELFARE ACT
ADMINISTERS LAWS THAT PROTECT HUMAN HEALTH AND THE ENVIRONMENT ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
PRIVATE NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION THAT PROMOTES THE HUMANE TREATMENT OF ANIMALS IN SCIENCE ASSOCIATION OF LABORATORY AND ACCREDITATION OF LABORATORY ANIMAL CARE
SPECIFIC POLICIES ON USE AND CARE OF VERTEBRATE ANIMALS IN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION; REQUIRES EUTHANASIA BE HUMANE IF NECESSARY PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES
BELIEVE THAT ANIMALS SHOULD NOT BE MADE TO WORK OR PRODUCE FOR US IN ANY WAY...PETA ANIMAL LIBERATION GROUPS
BELIEVE THAT THE GOVERNMENT SHOULD WRITE LAWS THAT EXPRESS THE SENTIMENT OF MOST OF THE POPULATION AND THEY SHOULD BE FOLLOWED ANIMAL CONTROL GROUPS
BELIEVE THAT ANIMALS ARE HERE FOR OUR USE BUT WE SHOULD BE RESPONSIBLE ABOUT THEIR USE; LAB WORKERS, PEOPLE WHO HUNT OR FISH OR WEAR LEATHER ANIMAL USE GROUPS
BELIEVE THAT ANIMALS ARE HERE FOR OUR USE BUT WE SHOULD HAVE INTRINSIC RIGHTS; SHOULD NOT BE KILLED, EATEN, USED FOR SPORT, OR RESEARCH OR ABUSED IN ANY WAY ANIMAL RIGHTS GROUPS
BELIEVE THAT ANIMALS WERE PUT ON THE EARTH FOR HUMAN USE ONLY AND THEY ARE OUR ABSOLUTE PROPERTY AND CANNOT CONCEIVE PAIN LIKE WE DO ANIMAL EXPLOITATION GROUPS
BELIEVE THAT PEOPLE SHOULD TREAT EACH ANIMAL AS KINDLY AS POSSIBLE AND SHOULD BE REQUIRED BY LAW TO DO SO AND THAT THERE SHOULD BE CONSEQUENCES FOR PEOPLE WHO DO NOT ANIMAL WELFARE GROUPS
DISEASE IN WHICH THE TAIL SLOUGHS OFF DUE TO LOW HUMIDITY RINGTAIL
TAPEWORM WITH SERIOUS ZOONOTIC POTENTIAL H. NANA
RINGWORM TRICHOPHYTON
PSEUDOTUBERCULOSIS; MAY BE ZOONOTIC CORYNEBACTERIUM KUTSCHERI
RARE IN WELL MANAGED FACILITIES; COMES OUT IN TIMES OF STRESS; UPPER RESPIRATORY SIGNS STREPTOCOCCUS
DEGENERATIVE DISEASE THAT AFFECTS SPINAL ROOTS CAUSING MUSCULAR ATROPHY IN LUMBAR AND HINDLIMB REGION RADICULONEROPATHY
WHEN THE TEETH DO NOT LINE UP PROPERLY MALOCCLUSION
INTERMEDIATE HOST FOR THIS PROTOZOAN TOXOPLASMOSIS
RATS BITING OFF THE HAIR OF THE OTHERS IN THE CAGE; DOMINANCE OR STRESS BARBERING
HIGHLY CONTAGIOUS; COMPROMISES IMMUNE SYSTEM; WT LOSS, DYSPNEA, CHATTERING, SHORT TERM VX AVAILABLE SENDAI VIRUS
BLOOD PARASITES T. CRUZI, BABESIA MURIS, H. MURIS
CAN CAUSE INTESTINAL RUPTURE AND PERITONITIS; FROM CONTAMINATED FEED THORNY HEAD WORMS
COMMON; GREATEST NEGATIVE IMPACT ON SCIENTIFIC STUDIES; GETS OTITIS MEDIA AS WELL MURINE RESPIRATORY MYCOPLASMOSIS
CAUSES DIARRHEA IN SUCKLING RATS; STUNTED GROWTH ROTOVIRUS
THICKENING OF MEDIUM SIZED ARTERIES POLYARTHRITIS NODOSA
HIGHLY CONTAGIOUS; 2 DAY INCUBATION PERIOD; QUARATINE FOR 6-8 WEEKS WHEN THEY WILL NOT GET IT AGAIN SIALODACRYOADENTITIS
PROGRESSIVE DZ; ACUTE DEATH FORM RENAL FAILURE CHRONIC GLOMERULONEPHROPATHY
MANY HEALTHY RATS HARBOR THIS; UPPER RESPIRATORY SIGNS, ABSCESSES; AFFECTED ANIMALS REMAIN CARRIERS PASTEURELLOSIS
COMMON IN THE RESPIRATORY TRACT BORDETELLA BRONCHISEPTICA
BACILLUS PILIFORMIS; POOR SANITATION AND OVER CROWDING; DIARRHEA; SPORES TYZZER'S DISEASE
PRESENT IN NASOPHARRYNX OF HEALTHY RATS; RAT BITE FEVER STREPTOBACILLOSIS
NORMAL IN GI TRACT; GIVE ACIDIFIERS OR CHLORINATED WATER PSEUDOMONAS
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