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Unformatted text preview: Kelley Benham ADS 4333/6333 Exam 2 Corrections 3. Interprets visual and sound signals – c) forebrain 4. Controls neural reflex chains – d) not associated with the brain 5. Controls hormone secretions – c) forebrain 3. Anatomical division of the nervous system made up of just the communication nerves such as the cranial and spinal nerves. b) peripheral nervous system 4. Functional division of the nervous system that controls automatic regulation of internal body functions including both the flight and relaxed responses. c) autonomic nervous system 2. Abnormal development of cartilage and bone due to poor blood supply and that is common in rapidly growing young horses, especially in the stifle, hock, and shoulder joints. m) osteochondrosis 3. Caused by spinal cord compression by malformed vertebrae, narrowing of the vertebral canal, excessive growth of the ligaments inside the canal, and soft tissue inflammation around the vertebrae. A) Wobbler Syndrome 6. Respiratory infection that can mutate into a neurological disorder and can be spread by close contact in 6....
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- muscle fiber type, Quarter Horse, high glycogen storage, fast contraction speed