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Why is studying normal anatomy and physiology relevant to you as a vet tech? So when they become sick or injured we will be able to take care of them.
What is mitosis? List the five phases A cell that divides. Interphase Prophase Metaphase Anaphase Telophase
What is Meiosis? Cell division in the repro. process/system
How are mitosis and meiosis similar? How are they different? They are both cell division, meiosis only occurs in the repro. system, mitosis occurs everywhere else.
Define nutrient. Molecules and energy needed for organisms to live.
List 6 nutrient categories and which three are capable of producing energy? Water, carbs, lipids, proteins, vitamins, minerals 1.Carbs 2.Fats 3.Protiens
What is meant by an essential nutrient? Give 2 examples. A nutrient that cannot be produced by the animal. Ex1. Guinea pigs cannot make their own vitamin c. Ex2. Cats cannot make their own taurine.
What is the most important nutrient? Why? What are some of the functions it serves? Water. Most animals cannot survive without it for more than a few days. Metabolism requires water, is the main component of blood, is inside and outside of most cells.
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