pregnant; containing developing young
transmissible from parent to offspring; genetically determined
protrustion of tissue through inguinal canals of males
male donkeys; jackass
several offspring from 1 birth, especially in mammals
glands of femal mammals that secrete milk after parturition
female horse four years or older
expulsion of underdeveloped fetus
having one estrus period per year
mixed breed dog; a mutt
structure made or place chosen for bredding or laying eggs
removal of the reproductive organs
brilliant mating season plumage exhibited by some birds
animals whose eggs develop outside the mother's body
animals whose eggs develope within the mothers oviduct
process of giving birth
organ within the gravid uterus, expelled after birthing
an adult female swine
a young pig.
an uncastrated domestic male pig
A young female swine, generally under 12 months of age, who has not yet farrowed.
a litter of pigs.
a penning system which has an area for the sow and areas for the pigs
the intentional removal of part of an animal's tail or, sometimes, ears.
done on new born baby pigs for the purpose of identification.
a mmethod of supplementing the diet of young livestock, primarily in beef calves
a person who tends and rears sheep.
the fine soft curly or wavy hair forming the coat of a sheep
a young sheep.
the flesh of sheep, especially mature sheep, used as food.
a female sheep.
an uncastrated male sheep.
the birth of lambs on a farm.
cut the wool off (a sheep or other animal).
the long, silky hair of the angora goat.
the flesh of goats as food; goat meat.
Lactation describes the secretion of milk from the mammary glands and the period of time that a mother lactates to feed her young
Cell division which reduces chromosomes
Two sets of each chromosome
Cells of body part become abnormal
Offspring produced by union
Cell division which divides chromosomes
A small outgrowth of a parent organism develops into an offspring
Parent organism splits into two
Single set of each chromosome in a cell or cell nucleus
Young of living organisms
Asexual reproductive process in which there is regrow the of lost or destroyed parts or organs
Combining the two gametes creating a new organism
Substance or chemical that can cause cancer
Most important feeding item(nutrient)
latin name for sheep
female sex hormone
producing milf after a calf is born
70% of calcium in U.S. foods comes from this
a common milk product
male sex hormone
latin name for horse
castrated male horse
4 compartmental stomach
foundation for feed (cattle)
young female and male in poulty
castrated male in poultry
female before calving
male pig that has been casturated
used to identify each animal and the litter it's from
meat from swine
young female goat
mature male (+4 years)
Another term for cattle
mature female bovine
Mature male cattle
female bovine that has not had offspring
castrated male cattle
meat from baby bovine
another term for goats
mature female goat
mature male goat
Offspring of a goat
castrated male goat/sheep
another term for horses
mature female horse
male horse still intact
baby horse (can be male or female)
baby female horse
baby male horse
castrated male horse
mature female pig
mature male swine
female pig that has not had offspring
castrated male pig
meat from pigs is called
Another term for sheep
mature female ovine
mature male ovine
meat from mature sheep
meat from cattle
The male reproductive organ which is also the male urinary organ. It is soft, spongy tissue that becomes erect when filled with blood.
The sac of skin or pouch on the outside of the body that contains the testicles.
The walnut-shaped male organs (glands) located in the scrotum which produce the sperm (reproductive cells) and the male hormone, testosterone.
Two tubes that carry sperm from the testicles.
The duct that allows urine to be discharged from the bladder. It also carries sperm and semen but never at the same time with urine.
A loose skin that covers the head of the penis; all males are born with foreskin.
This is when semen is released by the penis.
The male reproductive cells that are produced by the testicles.
The fluid released by the penis at the time of ejaculation
The female reproductive organs or glands that produce the egg cells and the hormones (estrogen and progesterone).
Either of two tubes through which an egg released from the ovary each month travels on its way to the uterus.
Also called the womb, the uterus is the upside-down pear-shaped female reproductive organ in which the baby develops until birth. It consists of layers of muscle and tissue. The lining is shed monthly as menstrual flow.
The neck-like, narrow end of the uterus which opens into the vagina. It stretches to allow a baby to be born.
Also called the birth canal, this soft, muscular, elastic passageway extends from the uterus to the outside of the body. Babies come out through it, the menstrual blood flows through it
Also called an ovum, this is the femaleʼs reproductive cell.
This is the process of the ovary releasing one egg every 28 days (on the average).
If an egg is not fertilized by a sperm, the uterus sheds its lining. Blood and cell tissue are released from the uterus and come out through the vagina.
vegetation, such as twigs
Another name of male goat
a soft pliant leather prepared from the skin of the chamois or from sheepskin
When the animal is kept alone
Removal of the tail
forcibly administer a drug in liquid form orally
When the animal is free to roam
a young kid
goats giving birth
a young sheep
nutrients for sheep
Sheep giving birth
Meat from sheep over 1 year of age
A female goat
a lamb who loses it mother
when a group animals of the same species are kept together
an uncastrated male sheep
sheep production when they are young
a castrated ram
fabric from sheep
the study of heredity
the passing of traits from parents to offspring
The transfer of pollen(with sperm cells) from the anther to the stigma(holds egg cells) by wind or animals
The joining of the egg and sperm cells to create new life
only one plant or needed because the plant pollinates itself
the transfer of pollen from the anther of one plant to the stigma of another
male reproductive system
holds the pollen
holds up the anther
female reproductive system
sticky to catch pollen
stalk to hold up stigma
base of flower that holds egg cells
egg cells (become seeds)
a characteristic of living things
trait that shows up more often
trait that seems to hide or disappear
instructions in your body that control your traits
various forms of one gene
having two of the same alleles
having two different alleles
A tool used to predict the possible combinations of alleles in the offspring
inherited alleles that are your genetic make-up
physical trait resulting from genotype
the chance something will occur
how many of one to how many of another
the chance of an event occurring out of 100
The site of egg cell production.
Carries the egg from the ovary to uterus.
Male reproductive organ.
Protection against foreign bodies from entering the urethra.
Organ where the embryo develops.
Blood rich layer of the uterus.
Ring of muscle that separates the uterus and vagina.
Path from the uterus to the outside of the body.
Carries urine to the outside of the body
Site of sperm production.
Sac that holds the testes outside the body.
Carries the sperm from the testes to the urethra.
Glands that secretes fluid so sperm can swim.
Produces a mucus to protect sperm.
Produced entire lifetime of males after puberty.
Another term for the female egg
young chickens grown for their meat
term for a young chicken
type of cow raised for milk production
female chicken laying eggs
uncastrated male cattle
type of cattle raised for meat
the amount of genetic variation in a population
variation in characteristics due to environment, not genetics
kind of swine that has not yet had offspring
uncastrated male pig
animal mating in nature
term for a young pig
young female poultry
term for chickens developed to produce large numbers of eggs
for a characteristic to be bred, it must be _________.
male cattle castrated while young
natural breeding requires animals to be in the same _______.
animals bred by gathering semen from male, inserted in female
one sustainable breeding goal is genetic _______.
selection of one characteristic that results in unwanted second characteristic
synonym for traits
type of selection when breeders choose for many characteristics
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