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Animal Science anat

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The function of the parts of the anatomy. Physiology
Muscles that operate in the body withiout control by the will of the animals. Involuntary Muscle
Material inside the bones that make blood cells. Bone marrow
The process that all body parts recieve materials needed for function, growth, and renewal. Nutrition
Conditions resulting from in proper levels or balance of nutrients. Deficiency disease
Various parts of the body. Anatomy
The results of too muc h or improper types of food being consumed. Obesity
The system that provides blood and oxygen to the cells of the body and filters materials from the body. Circulatory System
The lean meat of the animal. Musclar System
Muscles that can be controlled by animals to do things such as run from jpredators and find food. Voluntary Muscles
The results of too little nutrition. Anorexia
Bones joined together by cartilage and ligaments. Skeletal System
The main component of the skeletal system. Bone
The amount of feed fed in 24 hours with proper nutrients. Balanced Ration
Vitamin C deficiency disease. Scurvy
Nutrients made up of amino acids and essential for maintenance and growth and reproduction. Protiens
Complex chemical essential for normal body functions. Vitamins
The amount of food fed in one day. Ration
Elements essential for normal body functions. Minerals
Created by: Brodyn16