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Alfred Russel Wallace AP Biology Biology Biology-Advanced Studies Dogs And Cats Genetics Select The Correct Statement
Chapter 12 Reading Questions – Flashcards 20 terms
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Black Widow Spider Dogs And Cats Primary Care Soap And Water
First Aid chapter 19 – Flashcards 237 terms
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Black Widow Spider Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Core Body Temperature Dogs And Cats First Aid Safety And First Aid Severe Allergic Reaction Soap And Water
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Dogs And Cats Peak Inspiratory Pressure
Anesthesia Equipment – Flashcards 55 terms
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Dogs And Cats Pharmaceutical Sciences Reticular Activating System Spinal Cord
VT17 Anesthesia – DRUGS – Flashcards 79 terms
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Arterial Blood Pressure Dogs And Cats Veterinary Medicine
LATG 16 Anesthesia – Flashcards 115 terms
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Dogs And Cats Microbiology Parasitology
VTE 123 – Parasitology Part 1 (Lecture 14) – Flashcards 100 terms
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Acute Renal Failure Alcohol And Water Dogs And Cats Toxicology
USMLE First Aid 2018: Classic Treatments – Flashcards 89 terms
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Richard Lattimore
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Cats And Dogs Change Over Time Dogs And Cats
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Patricia Harrah
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Dogs And Cats Make Their Way Zoology
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Consider The Possibility Dogs And Cats Ophthalmology The Eye Visual Field Deficits
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In general, how many days should be allowed for diet changes in dogs and cats?
Which of the following has the least influence on the acceptability of food to dogs and cats?
Dr. Elder was interested in the way people recognize objects as members of categories. For example, what makes us recognize a dog as being a dog and not a cat? More specifically, he was curious as to whether people think about categories in a more complex way if they contemplate an “opposite” category first. For example, does a person think differently about the category of “southern” if they first think about the category of “northern”? He is also curious as to whether people categorize differently if they are exposed to category members compared with generating category members. Dr. Elder has four groups of participants (with 30 people in each group). In Group A, participants were told to cut out pictures of dogs and cats from magazines. In Group B, participants were told to cut out pictures of just dogs from magazines. In Group C, participants were told to draw pictures of cats and dogs. In Group D, participants were told to draw pictures of just dogs. After doing this for 30 minutes, participants in all groups were asked to list the attributes that define the “dog” category. Having a higher number of attributes listed was considered to be an indication of thinking about the category in a more complex way. The results of his study are below. (listed cutting out picture, drawing pictures) Dogs and cats: 15 , 9 Dogs only: 7 , 6 Which of the following best describes Dr. Elder’s Study?
a 2′ 2 crossed factorial design
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Mask inductions are a. best used in dogs and cats with airway obstruction b. best used in aggressive dogs and cats c. absolutely the best way to induce anesthesia in all dogs and cats d. more appropriately used in calm dogs and cats
d. more appropriately used in calm dogs and cats
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?7. Dr. Elder was interested in the way people recognize objects as members of categories. For example, what makes us recognize a dog as being a dog and not a cat? More specifically, he was curious as to whether people think about categories in a more complex way if they contemplate an “opposite” category first. For example, does a person think differently about the category of “southern” if they are also thinking about the category of “northern”? He is also curious as to whether people categorize differently if they are exposed to category members compared with generating category members. Dr. Elder has four groups of participants (with 30 people in each group). In Group A, participants were told to cut out pictures of dogs and cats from magazines. In Group B, participants were told to cut out pictures of just dogs from magazines. In Group C, participants were told to draw pictures of cats and dogs. In Group D, participants were told to draw pictures of just dogs. After doing this for 30 minutes, participants in all groups were asked to list the attributes that define the” dog” category. Having a higher number of attributes listed was considered to be an indication of thinking about the category in a more complex way. —- QUESTION How many participant variables exist in Dr. Elder’s study?
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A participant variable is one that the experimenter does not manipulate, but does select for measure . . . 0?
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Ms. LeMons is calling with a question about her 3-year-old neutered male Chihuahua’s nutritional needs. While taking her daily vitamin-mineral supplement this morning, Ms. LeMons realized she knew nothing about her dog’s mineral requirements. Which one of the following microminerals (trace minerals) is essential for dogs and cats? calcium sodium biotin zinc
A factor included in body condition score of dogs and cats is
Visible waist
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Upon reaching sexual maturity male dogs and cats mark their territory through
Spraying
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Answer is E: The low body fat and less efficient liver metabolism in sighthounds make thiopental a poor choice for use in these breeds. Anesthesia and recovery times are much longer than in other breeds. Thiopental is very lipophilic – meaning a lot is absorbed into adipose tissue. When there is minimal adipose tissue (such as in sighthounds), blood levels remain higher longer. Check out a graphic image of redistribution of thiopental from OK State (note that the level of drug in fat is still increasing while it is decreasing in other tissues). Merck provides a good review on pharmacokinetics. Thiopental can cause heart arrhythmias (usually ventricular bigeminy) and temporary apnea after injection. It must be given via an IV catheter as perivascular injection will cause tissue necrosis due to its very high pH of 12. AAHA has an excellent online article on Anesthesia Guidelines for Dogs and Cats.
Thiopental is not an appropriate choice for anesthetic induction in sighthounds (e.g., Greyhounds). Why? (A) Rapid urinary excretion, high risk of perivascular irritation if injection error (B) Thiopental is highly protein-bound, these breeds have decreased albumin (C) Causes significant respiratory excitement, cost-prohibitive in large-breed dogs (D) May cause seizures due to altered blood-brain-barrier in these dogs (E) Greyhounds have low body fat, inefficient liver metabolism
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What is the fluid composition of dogs and cats?
Body is 60% water. Variations based on: age, lean body mass, obesity, gender.
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