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Venezuela Small Animal Veterinarian
The Laboratory Bird
by Douglas Taylor

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Pages: 161
Publisher: --
Edition: 1st., 2015
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1466593626

Description

Laboratory animals, including birds, play an important role in biomedical research. The humane care and management of these animals is an ongoing concern. A new addition to the acclaimed Laboratory Animal Pocket Reference series, The Laboratory Bird is the first publication dedicated to the care and use of avian species in the research setting.

Covering avian species such as chickens, ducks, doves, parrots, and songbirds that are commonly used as research models, the book is divided into focused chapters that cover a broad range of topics, including:


  • General avian biology and physiology
  • Husbandry
  • Regulations and regulatory compliance regarding the use of birds in research
  • Experimental methods
  • Veterinary care
Along with discussing applicable regulations, the book also details issues of health management and quarantine approaches. The final chapter provides resources such as organizations, publications, vendors, and diagnostic laboratories.

With its focus on the care of a diverse group of avian species in biomedical research settings, The Laboratory Bird is a valuable reference for animal care and veterinary technicians, laboratory animal veterinarians, trainees in laboratory animal medicine, and research staff members, as well as individuals involved in laboratory work who lack experience in working with birds.




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