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Lab Animal Research

PPE, Animal Welfare, and Committees

What is the name of the committee that every research facility or teaching facility that houses animals, has to have? IACUC-Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee
What is the purpose of the Animal Welfare Act? to set the standard of care for animals in education, research or exhibition
Research using computers and plants is what type? basic
What are the three types of research? basic, applied, and clinical
The type of research used when live animals or humans are involved is called what? clinical
PETA & ALF are part of what animal group? Animal liberation group
What do members of the Animal Rights Group believe? animals have intrinsic rights ans should not be used for food, sporting events, or research
Why do research institutions seek accreditation from AAALAC? it signifies a commitment to excellence
What do the three R's stand for? reduction, refinement, replacement
Which of the three R's states that a procedure being done in an experiment must be chosen because it causes the least amount of stress? refinement
When we use models in the vet tech program, which one of the three R's are we practicing? replacement
When I chose only the amount of dogs we need in a week to practice our skills on, which of the three R's am I practicing? reduction
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