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Class Notes for Animal Sciences at Ohio State University

ANIMSCI 2367 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Great Pacific Garbage Patch, Exxon Valdez Oil Spill, Iucn Red List

~Future of Wild Animals~ What is wild? Where is the wild.? National parks? Zoos? Sanctuaries? Cities? Urbanization Adaption Toleration Pollution Cuyahoga...

Animal Sciences
ANIMSCI 2367
Kelly George
ANIMSCI 2367 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Historical Criticism, Physical Fitness, Heart Rate

How animal welfare scientists think about animals welfare Dr. Monique Pairis-Garcia Why is animal welfare important? Producers Maintaining an adequate level of animal welfare reduces the inc...

Animal Sciences
ANIMSCI 2367
Kelly George
ANIMSCI 2367 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Slot Machine, Petco, Naturopathy

What might the future look like for companion animals? (Factors that might affect pet keeping in the future) Prevalence of pet keeping 68% of US households own at least one oet 45% own more than on...

Animal Sciences
ANIMSCI 2367
Kelly George
ANIMSCI 2367 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Soil Acidification, Land Degradation, List Of Domesticated Animals

What might the future look like for food animal agriculture? Current Animal Agriculture Pigs Cows Chicken The world demands protein Estimated 2050 population -9.7 billion Current is ...

Animal Sciences
ANIMSCI 2367
Kelly George
ANIMSCI 2367 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Normative Ethics, Ethical Egoism, Moral Relativism

Animals in Society: Beyond Consequences Definition of Morality Refers to internal rules that govern and limit our conduct Everyone moral code is different reflecting underlying values personality structures an...

Animal Sciences
ANIMSCI 2367
Kelly George
ANIMSCI 2367 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Disneyfication, Anthropomorphism, Evolutionary Pressure

Module B~Animals as human invention Social Constructionism The sociology of knowledge is concerned with the analysis of the social construction of reality Rocks don't exp...

Animal Sciences
ANIMSCI 2367
Kelly George
ANIMSCI 2367 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Bullfighting, Torero, Industrial Revolution

Animals is sport, rec, and entertainment Valuing animals: Context: Two people may value animals Values are oriented based on context Wildlife Value Orientations: Doministic: animals ar...

Animal Sciences
ANIMSCI 2367
Kelly George
ANIMSCI 2367 Lecture 6: B Lecture 6_Animals as threats to human health

Animals as a Threat to human health Agenda How dangerous are animals in society What makes animals dangerous Physical attacks Zoonotic diseases What these are What risks they pose Examples How best to avoid or manage Physi...

Animal Sciences
ANIMSCI 2367
Kelly George
ANIMSCI 2367 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Carnism, Red Meat, Cognitive Dissonance

Animals as consumable resources Conceptualizing consumer-animal relationships Predation/Parasitism (+,-) Predation is most common form of relationship we have with animals Predation/Par...

Animal Sciences
ANIMSCI 2367
Kelly George
ANIMSCI 2367 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Integrated Pest Management, Anthropocentrism

Animals as pests and competitors Where are we? animals are important to us and our society in different ways Our perception of animals and how they are valued is influenced by the own needs ...

Animal Sciences
ANIMSCI 2367
Kelly George
ANIMSCI 2367 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Parasitism, Biophilia Hypothesis, Pet

Pets & Companions Companion animal and human relationships: Mutualism and parasitism: nurturing a sick baby animal Pet: Any animal domesticated or tamed and kept as a favorite, with indulgence and fo...

Animal Sciences
ANIMSCI 2367
Kelly George
ANIMSCI 2367 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Animal Ethics

Animals as Educational Tools Education is ~teaching and learning skills ~Imparting of knowledge, culture, skill ~ Gradual process of acquiring knowledge What is an educational tool? Something that facilitates the gradual p...

Animal Sciences
ANIMSCI 2367
Kelly George
ANIMSCI 2367 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: American Robin, Self-Actualization

Module B Lecture 1 (Animals as Currency) How we value animals? What is currency: o Medium of exchange (can be actual unit or representational unit) Money How do we know the value of an animal? Production (Some animals are ...

Animal Sciences
ANIMSCI 2367
Kelly George
ANIMSCI 2200.01 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Cryptorchidism, Sorbitol, Epididymis

find more resources at oneclass.com Animal Science Notes- 10.14.15 Anatomy of the Uterus Uterus site of attachment for the embryo (three layers, responsive to hormones) Anatomy of the Cervix Passageway- for fetus a...

Animal Sciences
ANIMSCI 2200.01
Pasha Lyvers Peffer
ANIMSCI 2200.01 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Heterosis, Outcrossing, Zygosity

Animal Science Notes- 10.9.15 Animal Breeding – Applied Genetics Objective- produce animals that excel for desired traits while eliminating/minimizing occurrence of undesirable traits. Involves culling of less desirable...

Animal Sciences
ANIMSCI 2200.01
Pasha Lyvers Peffer

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