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Intro Class Info and Class Notes to post 2012

Intro Class Info and Class Notes to post 2012 - ANS 224...

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ANS 224 Notes and Information: 2012 ANS 224 Notes and Information: 2012 ........................................................................................... 1 General Course Details .................................................................................................................... 3 Contacting Matthew Ellinwood or TAs ........................................................................................... 4 Office hours or appointments with Matthew Ellinwood .............................................................. 4 To contact the class and laboratory TAs ...................................................................................... 4 Lecture TAs ................................................................................................................................. 4 8:00-9:50 AM TAs ....................................................................................................................... 5 10:00-11:50 AM TAs ................................................................................................................... 5 12:00-1:50 PM TAs ..................................................................................................................... 5 2:00-3:50 PM TAs ....................................................................................................................... 6 Course Content ................................................................................................................................ 6 Animal Use Advisory ...................................................................................................................... 6 Policy for Accommodating Students with Disabilities .................................................................... 6 Course Requirements ....................................................................................................................... 7 Attend at least one dog or cat show during the semester. ............................................................ 7 Evaluation ........................................................................................................................................ 7 Grade Assignment ........................................................................................................................... 7 Final grades and alternative grade calculation ............................................................................. 8 Grade Disputes ................................................................................................................................. 8 Academic Dishonesty ...................................................................................................................... 8 Miscellaneous Web Links ................................................................................................................ 8 Links for Taxonomy .................................................................................................................... 8 Links for Registries ...................................................................................................................... 8 General Utility Links ................................................................................................................... 9 Exam I Materials ............................................................................................................................ 10 Lecture 1 Study Guide: Demographics and Companion Animals in Society ............................ 10 Lecture 2 Study Guide: Origins of the Dog and Cat .................................................................. 10 Lecture 4 Notes: Anatomy Overview ........................................................................................ 11 CIRCULATORY (CARDIOVASCULAR)SYSTEM ........................................................... 11 RESPIRATORY SYSTEM ................................................................................................... 11 UROGENITAL SYSTEM ..................................................................................................... 12 DIGESTIVE SYSTEM .......................................................................................................... 13 LYMPHATIC/IMMUNE/HEMATOPOETIC SYSTEMS ................................................... 13 ENDOCRINE SYSTEM ........................................................................................................ 13 Lecture 4 Study Guide Questions: Anatomy ............................................................................. 14 Lecture 5 Notes: Intro to Repro of the Dog and Cat .................................................................. 14 Lecture 5 Study Guide Questions (Intro to Repro) .................................................................... 17 Lecture 5 Study Guide Questions (Repro Anatomy) ................................................................. 17 Lecture 6 Study Guide Questions: Pregnancy and Cyclicity ..................................................... 18 Lecture 7 Study Guide Questions: Lactation ............................................................................. 18 Lab 2:Feline Restraint/Handling Techniques ............................................................................ 19 Safety first! ............................................................................................................................. 19 Restraint tips .......................................................................................................................... 19
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Lab 4 Study Guide Questions: Breeding Management .............................................................. 19 Grade Adjustment Request Form (ANS 224) ............................................................................ 21 Evaluation form ANS 224 – Dr. N. M. Ellinwood .................................................................... 22
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General Course Details Animal Science 224 Companion Animal Science N. Matthew Ellinwood, D.V.M., Ph.D. Spring 2012 Course Details Lectures: Mon. and Wed. 2:10-3:00 p.m., NSRIC 1131. Laboratories: Thurs. 8:00- 9:50, 10:00-11:50 or 12:10-2:00, 2:10-4:00 Kildee 2310 or elsewhere by previous announcement (email or on web). Labs will be extended lecture format, visiting guest lecturer/demonstrator, wet labs, or on campus field trips. Attendance at Lectures and Labs. While attendance is not required at laboratories and lectures, you are strongly urged to attend. The course structure is such that your grades will suffer if you do not attend. There will also be material discussed in class that may not be in the readings or on the lecture slides. For classes you are unable to attend, you are strongly encouraged to make sure you get a reliable copy of notes from class. Quizzes and Exams: There will be 16 unannounced quizzes that will be given in laboratory and lecture throughout the semester. There will be no make up quizzes for any missed class periods excused or otherwise. Exams will be scheduled three times during the semester. Pre-approved absence from exams will be accommodated. No make up exams will be given for absences that are not pre-approved.
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