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UDANFS300SchmidtSpring

ANFS300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Punnett Square, Tartrazine, Chi-Squared Distribution

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25 Sep 2020
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Genetic analysis of yellow body in drosophila melanogaster. Parental cross: mutant male x wild type female (pp): Parental cross: mutant male crossed wi
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UDANFS300SchmidtSpring

ANFS300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Punnett Square, Mendelian Inheritance, Chi-Squared Distribution

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25 Sep 2020
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Genetic analysis of yellow body in drosophila melanogaster. Parental cross: mutant male x wild type female (pp): Parental cross: mutant male crossed wi
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UDANFS300SchmidtSpring

ANFS300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Micrococcal Nuclease, Cereal Germ, Nucleosome

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25 Sep 2020
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For this analysis, you are being called as a reference in a court case and the following questions will be used to determine if in fact you are an expe
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UDANFS300SchmidtSpring

ANFS300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Micrococcal Nuclease, Chromatin, Agarose Gel Electrophoresis

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25 Sep 2020
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Please answer the question below in the text box provided. Histones are associated with the acidic dna backbone in the chromatin: define micrococcal nu
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UDANFS300SchmidtSpring

ANFS300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Micrococcal Nuclease, Chromatin, Agarose Gel Electrophoresis

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25 Sep 2020
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Please answer the question below in the text box provided. Histones are associated with the acidic dna backbone in the chromatin: define micrococcal nu
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UDANFS300SchmidtSpring

ANFS300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Pseudoautosomal Region, Dihybrid Cross, Allosome

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25 Sep 2020
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Genes provide the basic blueprint for an organism. The impact of a gene of an organism can be affected by the environment. The impact of a gene on the
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UDANFS300SchmidtSpring

ANFS300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Chromosome, Centimorgan, Myostatin

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25 Sep 2020
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Objective is to map the specific location of a gene that codes for a specific trait on a chromosome. Creating a new combination of alleles between gene
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UDANFS300SchmidtSpring

ANFS300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Androgen Receptor, Y Chromosome, Testicle

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19 Feb 2020
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Many more males than females show the disorder. None of the offspring of an affected male exhibit the trait, but all daughters are carriers. Males carr
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UDANFS300SchmidtSpring

ANFS300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Heterogametic Sex, Wild Type, Wrinkle

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19 Feb 2020
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Genotype: the collection of genes found in either an individual or a population of. Phenotype: the outward manifestation of the genotype. Allele a spec
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UDANFS300SchmidtSpring

ANFS300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Heterogametic Sex, Alcohol Dehydrogenase, Folic Acid

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19 Feb 2020
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The collection of genes found in either an individual or a population of individuals. A specific instance of a given gene. Identical or different (hete
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UDANFS140AllSpring

ANFS140 Lecture 11: Nervous System

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4 Feb 2020
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The control center allowing the body to react to the environment. Comprised of: brain, spinal cord, nerves and ganglia. There are three different ways
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UDANFS140AllSpring

ANFS140 Lecture 14: Male Reproduction

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4 Feb 2020
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ANFS140 Lecture 13: Female Reproductive System

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4 Feb 2020
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Eggs (oocytes) = female / sperm = male. The reproductive cells that have the normal complement of chromosomes. Gonads sex organs (male = testicles, fem
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UDANFS140AllSpring

ANFS140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Renal Papilla, Renal Pelvis, Abdominal Wall

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4 Feb 2020
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Functional organs of the urinary system (filter blood produce urine) Filter out the waste and maintain fluid balance. Right kidney more cranial by ~1/2
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UDANFS140AllSpring

ANFS140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Cloaca, Gonad, Reproductive System

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4 Feb 2020
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Common distal space for the digestive, urinary and reproductive tracts. The colorectum of the digestive tract empties into the coprodeum. The ureters (
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UDANFS140AllSpring

ANFS140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Amniotic Sac, Urachus, Chorioallantoic Membrane

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4 Feb 2020
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Structure formed by apposition of fetal and maternal tissue. Exchange nutrients and oxygen from mother to fetus. Amnion the innermost membrane, surroun
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UDANFS140AllSpring

ANFS140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Lymph Node, Extracellular Fluid, Lymphatic System

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4 Feb 2020
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Heart, blood vessels, lymphatics, blood, lymph, associated organs. Delivery of oxygen (acquired in the lungs) Pick up of nutrients from the gi tract, d
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UDANFS140AllSpring

ANFS140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Mouth, Oral Mucosa, Hard Palate

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4 Feb 2020
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Rostral most part of the digestive system. Oral cavity (proper) between the dental arcades. Labial vestibule between the incisors and the lips. Buccal
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UDANFS140AllSpring

ANFS140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Nasal Septum, Soft Palate, Nasal Cavity

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4 Feb 2020
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Upper respiratory tract from the nostrils/oral cavity to the start of the larynx. From the larynx to the end of the airways in the lungs. Transport and
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UDANFS140AllSpring

ANFS140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Autonomic Nervous System, Endomysium, Perimysium

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4 Feb 2020
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3 basic types: skeletal (striated), cardiac and smooth (visceral) Location: body parts with autonomic function (gi tract, uterus, blood vessels) Contra
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UDANFS140AllSpring

ANFS140 Lecture 2: Skeletal Systems

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4 Feb 2020
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ANFS140 Lecture 8: The Hoof

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4 Feb 2020
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Hoof specialized part of the integument, horny epidermis. Visible part of the hoof (when it is on the ground) Thickest at the dorsal aspect and thins p
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UDANFS140AllSpring

ANFS140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Carpal Bones, Abaxial, Median Plane

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4 Feb 2020
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The vertebrae are dorsal to the heart. The tongue is ventral to the nasal cavity. The neck is cranial to the tail. The hindlimb is caudal to the fore l
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ANFS140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Mammary Gland, Integument, Dermis

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4 Feb 2020
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Skin , hair, skin glands (including mammary), claws, hooves, and horns. Protecting underlying tissues from injury, drying, and bacterial invasion. Excr
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UDANFS332Keeler Jr.CalvinFall

ANFS332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Clonal Selection, Antigen, Macrophage

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4 Feb 2020
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Immunology iii - primary and secondary lymphoid tissues, antigen, antibody kinetics. Bone marrow all blood cells arise from pluripotent stem cells in b
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UDANFS332Keeler Jr.CalvinFall

ANFS332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Antibody Titer, Clonal Selection, Titer

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4 Feb 2020
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Immunology iv clonal selection hypothesis, antibody structure, antibody diversity, In this figure, an animal was injected with antigen a at day 0. Anti
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UDANFS332Keeler Jr.CalvinFall

ANFS332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Antibody, Dipeptide, Mutation

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4 Feb 2020
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ANFS332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Cytotoxic T Cell, Intracellular Parasite, Adaptive Immune System

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4 Feb 2020
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Parasitology, protozoa and helminths mechanisms of immunity. Viruses infected cells display fragments of viral antigens on the cell surface (antigen pr
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UDANFS332Keeler Jr.CalvinFall

ANFS332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Sub-Saharan Africa, Zulu Language, Animal Trypanosomiasis

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4 Feb 2020
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A group of colorless flagellates possessing one or two flagella at some stages of their life cycle. These small organisms (5. 89 . m in length) typical
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UDANFS332Keeler Jr.CalvinFall

ANFS332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Microfilaria, Filarioidea, Hematophagy

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4 Feb 2020
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Example of filaria or small thread like worm. Leading host is the dog but it can also infect cats, wolves, coyotes, raccoons, and foxes. Dirofilaria im
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UDANFS332Keeler Jr.CalvinFall

ANFS332 Lecture 28: Nathan Wolfe Ted Talk, Projects & Rinderpest Rift Valley Fever

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4 Feb 2020
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Nathan wolfe ted talk, projects & rinderpest rift valley fever. With only one serotype rinderpest is a good candidate for an eradication program. There
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UDANFS332Keeler Jr.CalvinFall

ANFS332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Viral Shedding, Intestinal Villus, Parvovirus

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4 Feb 2020
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Although both diseases are caused by parvovirus they are different viruses. Cpv is stable in the environment, withstanding a wide range ofphs and high
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UDANFS332Keeler Jr.CalvinFall

ANFS332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Pestivirus, Cytopathic Effect, Flaviviridae

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4 Feb 2020
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Bovine virus diarrhea virus, persistentlyinfected cattle and infertility. Mutation in bvd virus occurs very frequently. Produces substantial genotypic,
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UDANFS332Keeler Jr.CalvinFall

ANFS332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Fomite, Serology, Antiviral Drug

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4 Feb 2020
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Vaccination not usually recommended in usa (regional) Decrease viral replication and shedding from the respiratory and gi tracts. Negative inability to
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UDANFS332Keeler Jr.CalvinFall

ANFS332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Avian Influenza, Hemagglutination, Influenza A Virus

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4 Feb 2020
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The sticking of red blood cells to other cells which have been infected with certain types of haemagglutinating viruses. Many viruses attach to molecul
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UDANFS332Keeler Jr.CalvinFall

ANFS332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Filoviridae, Herpesviridae, Immunoperoxidase

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4 Feb 2020
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Alter cellular metabolism so that viruses are produced. Genetic material is often accompanied by viral proteins. Initiation (attachment and eclipse) th
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UDANFS332Keeler Jr.CalvinFall

ANFS332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Orthomyxoviridae, Dna Virus, Herpesviridae

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4 Feb 2020
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Term was first used in the context of an infectious disease in 1728. May be defined as acellular organisms whose genomes consist of nucleic acid and wh
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UDANFS332Keeler Jr.CalvinFall

ANFS332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Herd Immunity, Estrous Cycle, Weaning

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4 Feb 2020
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Porcine reproductive & respiratory syndrome (prrs) group exercise. Agalactica (failure to secret milk) and mastitis. Red/blue discoloration of the ears
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UDANFS332Keeler Jr.CalvinFall

ANFS332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Rabies Virus, Immunohistochemistry, Immunofluorescence

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4 Feb 2020
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Antigen detection immunofluorescence, elisa, western blot, immunohistochemistry. Electron microscopy morphology of virus particles immune electron micr
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UDANFS332Keeler Jr.CalvinFall

ANFS332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Innate Immune System, Adaptive Immune System, Keratin

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4 Feb 2020
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Innate ( nonspecific ) immunity - the term, innate immunity, refers to the basic resistance to disease that a species possesses - the first line of def
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