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2.1 Animal Science Vocabulary

Across
An animal living in the wild but descending from domesticated individuals.
The type and amount of food and fluids habitually ingested by an animal or human.
From the family of swine (pigs).
Any class of organisms that occupy the same position in the food chain, such as primary or secondary consumers.
Breeding selected plans or animals for their specific desirable traits.
Measuring physiological fitness of an organism to various conditions of its environment.
Change over time in generations of plants or animals; brought about by variations in reproduction, mutations, recombination, crossbreeding, selection, migrations, and genetic drift.
From the family of Equidae, such as horses, mules, and asses.
Down
The area surrounding an animal that will cause alarm and escape behavior when encroached upon.
From the family Bovidae; cow, bull, steer, calf, or ox.
To bring wild animals under the control of humans over a long period of time for the purpose of providing useful products and services; the process involves careful handling, breeding, and care.
Farm animals raised to produce products for humans.
The act or process of civilizing or reaching a civilized state.
From the family Suidae. Any mammal from this family, including domestic species grown for human consumption.
From the animal of the subfamily Ovidae, including sheep and goats.
From the Felidae family, including lions, tigers, jaguars, and other cats.
From the family including dogs, wolves, foxes, and jackals.
Designating an animal that has been made docile or tractable.