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It is the study of animal Characteristics of living according to the environment and qualities useful for survival of animals and their parts.  Ethology is the study of animal behaviour.  This refers to how they behave in their environment and social interaction. The 4 types of animal behaviour are as follows

  • Instinct 
  • Imprinting
  • Conditioning
  • Imitation

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Related Associations: United States Animal Health Association | American Association of Meat Processors | North American Meat Institute | American Sheep Industry Association | Iowa Cattlemen's Association | Iowa Egg Council | Iowa Pork Producers Association | National Livestock Producers Association

It is the branch of animal science which deals with the study of animal growth and development from egg to the adult organism. Stages of embryology follow as below

  • Fertilization
  • Cleavage
  • Blastulation
  • Implantation
  • Embryonic disc

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Related Associations: Hoof and Horn Club | Illini Dairy Club | Illini Equestrians | Illini Equine Rescue Society (IERS) | Illini Poultry Club | Illini Wildlife and Conservation Club | Meat Science Club | Pre-Vet Club

Although the feed of the animal is costly in the animal production, it is also the most important thing. The growth, health and reproduction of animals depend on the quality of food we feed them. Cattle fodder should be very safe for them. Cattle should not get any diseases from the fodder they consume. If cattle get sick from the forage they eat, those diseases pose a serious risk to cattle and their products to humans. 

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Related Associations: Swiss Laboratory Animal Science Association (SGV) | Sharing Aged Research Models (ShARM) | Sri Lanka Association for Laboratory Animal Science (SLALAS) | Slovenian Association for Laboratory Animals (SLAS) | Society of Laboratory Animal Veterinary Technicians (SLAVT) | Portugese Laboratory Animal Science Association (SPCAL) | Thai Association for Laboratory Animal Science (TALAS) | Americans for Medical Progress (AMP)

Although animal dung is useful for humans in the form of manure, animal waste is becoming a problem for the environment. Animal waste does not readily assimilate into the soil. Thus, when it does not decompose properly in the soil, it adds bacteria to the surrounding water. Although animal waste poses little risk to the environment, it can cause significant amounts of water pollution.  

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Related Associations: Alliance for Biomedical Research in Europe (BioMedAlliance) | Foundation for Biomedical Research (FBR) | National Association for Biomedical Research (NABR) | Research Defence Society (RDS) | Understanding Animal Research (UAR) | Swiss 3Rs Competence Center (3RCC) | Finnish National Consensus Platform for Alternatives (Fincopa) | French platform for the development of alternative methods in animal testing (Francopa)