External Anatomy of Farm Animals

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Central Bicol State University of Agriculture
San Jose, Pili, Camarines Sur
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2nd Semester, S/Y 2012- 2013
Name: Quidor, Dawn Sam S.Date: December 3, 2012
Yr. / Section: BSE – 1B

Laboratory Exercise No. 2
External Anatomy of Farm Animals

I. Introduction

The human being start studying the science of animals for them to be able to understand, and learn how will they be breed, produce for business and to know what is their behavior. Studying the subject, we also need to learn the anatomy of these animals.All animals digest their food, carry on gas exchange, excrete waste, circulate nutrient and waste products to and from the cells, coordinate their movements, protect themselves, and reproduce and disperse the species. All of these functions are functioning because of the different parts of the animal. But what is called in the parts of an animal? Well, that is anatomy. But what is Anatomy? Well, Anatomy is the bodily structure of a plant or an animal or of any of its parts. Meaning, it is the different parts of an animal. It is on what the things look like and where they are located. In this activity we are focusing in the external anatomy of farm animals. It will help us to determine, know and classify the different parts of an animal specially the farm animals. Farm animals have different characteristics but there are some of their parts are the same. Some has a horns but other does not. Some has four legs but some are less or more. But all of them have a head, body and legs that are significant and has a purpose for their way of living and survival. And it is just mean that studying anatomy of an animal is important in animal Science.

II. Objectives
1. To draw and...
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