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1. The rabbit is classified in the order Lagomorpha because

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1. The rabbit is classified in the order Lagomorpha because of its
A. large ears.
B. fur texture.
C. body shape.
D. peg teeth.
2. A rabbit with thick, crusty lesions on its ear is probably affected by
A. ear mites.
B. ringworm.
C. fleas.
D. lice.
3. Group housing of dogs in biomedical research facilities is limited to no more than _______ animals per
enclosure.
A. 12
B. 4
C. 3
D. 6
4. A rabbit with small, grayish nodules on the floor of its mouth is likely suffering from
A. infectious fibroma.
B. papilloma virus.
C. myxomatosis.
D. rotavirus.
5. A parasite that infects the brain and kidney of rabbits is
A. Taenia pisiformis.
B. Psoroptes cuniculi.
C. Encephalitozoon cuniculi.
D. Eimeria irresidua.
6. The average life span of a pet chinchilla is _______ years.
A. 5
B. 3
C. 6
D. 10
7. A zoonotic fur mite of rabbits is
A. Eimeria stiedae.
B. Psoroptes cuniculi.
C. Cheyletiella parasitovorax.
D. Encephalitozoon cuniculi.
8. A rabbit presents a variety of conditions ranging from constipation to watery diarrhea. What disease is
the animal most likely suffering from?
A. Salmonellosis
B. Torticollis
C. Mucoid enteropathy
D. Trichobezoars
9. Clinical signs of _______ include lockjaw, seizures, and respiratory paralysis.
A. measles
B. tetanus
C. hepatitis
D. melioidosis
10. In the rabbit, ovulation normally occurs
A. seasonally.
B. 10 hours before mating.
C. 10 hours after mating.
D. monthly.
11. Which of the following species is most useful for studies of developmental biology?
A. Rabbit
B. Woodchuck
C. Opossum
D. Chinchilla
12. Which of the following are New World primates?
A. Cynomolgus monkeys
B. Baboons
C. Squirrel monkeys
D. Rhesus monkeys
13. Psoroptes cuniculi are also known as
A. intestinal parasites.
B. ear mites.
C. liver fluke.
D. hairballs.
14. In biomedical research facilities, rabbits are usually housed in
A. mesh bottom cages.
B. shoebox cages.
C. activity cages.
D. gang cages.
15. What animals have been used as models to develop treatments for skin disease and burns?
A. Woodchucks
B. Horses
C. Pigs
D. Armadillos
16. _______ is a common enteric protozoal parasite of New World primates.
A. Echinococcus granulosus
B. Entamoeba histolytica
C. Plasmodium
D. Oesophagostomum
17. Rabbits are weaned at _______ weeks of age.
A. 5–8
B. 1–3
C. 2–4
D. 12–14
18. Parturition in rabbits is referred to as
A. kindling.
B. queening.
C. farrowing.
D. littering.
19. The most common site for blood collection in the rabbit is
A. jugular vein.
B. ear veins.
C. vena cava.
D. retroorbital sinus.
20. Which species is used for studies of echolocation?
A. Woodchucks
B. Horses
C. Chinchillas
D. Bats
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