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Scientific name of the Norway Rat?
Movement towards a point of reference
The ____________ is found beneath the neck and is connected to the facial muscles
Not bending
The tail and foot pads of the rat are covered in
Rats have this many digits.
The caudoventral part of the rat in the trunk is called the...
A large mass of ____________ is foud between the shoulder blades
Scientific name for forelimb
The eyes are protected by how many eyelids?
Sheets of connective tissue
What is the scientific name for the eardrum?
Muscles found in the walls of organs
This organ is found solely in male rats and is visible caudal to the scrotum
This part of the trunk encases the ribs, heart, and lungs
Mice and rats only have sweat glands on their...
Where are most sensory organs on the vibrissae located
This first digit (thumb) of a rat lacks a well defined...
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__________ continually wear away as they grow, and remain sharp through scraping.
Mechanism that allows an appendage to move in two directions; found in pairs of muscles
The other part of the trunk
Layers of tissue and fat between the skin
A tougher _______ can be found on some of the muscles
Backward movement of the entire limb
Muscles located on the body wall and appendages
The purpose of fleshy lips and cheeks in mammals is to allow them to _______
What is the innermost eyelid called?
Bending
Forward movement of the entire limb
One way to determine if your rat is a male is to check for the...
The termination of the digestive tract
Scientific name for hind limb
Which gender has their reproductive organs closer to the anus? (Ignore the scrotum)
Movement away from a point of reference
These are associated with mammary glands in females

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