Animal Euthanasia: Bibliography, January 1990-November 1997

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Michael D. Kreger
DIANE Publishing, 1997 - Nature - 46 pages
Designed for use by veterinarians, shelter personnel, pet owners, researchers, agriculturists, and zoologists. Bibliographic citations on euthanatizing methods for a variety of animal species in different circumstances are listed. The citations include references from professional journals and books. Citations cover the publication years 1990 to November 1997.

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Page 47 - ... verification, etc. and NAL call number if available. 3. Provide authorizing official's name (request will be rejected if not included). 4. Include statement of copyright compliance (if applicable) & willingness to pay NAL charges. Library and institution requests must indicate compliance with copyright by including the initials of one statement, either "CCL...
Page 1 - Principles of laboratory animal science: a contribution to the humane use and care of animals and to the quality of experimental results.
Page 23 - On the use of T61 for euthanasia of domestic and laboratory animals; an ethical evaluation.
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Page 9 - The effect of mouse euthanasia technique on subsequent lymphocyte proliferation and cell mediated lympholysis assays.
Page 6 - ... blind dogs. Chester, Z.; Clark, WT London : The Association. The Veterinary record : journal of the British Veterinary Association v. 123 (26/27): p. 668-671; 1988 Dec24. Includes references. Language: English Descriptors: Dogs; Blindness (animal); Eye diseases; Animal behavior; Surveys; Survival 130 NAL Call No: 41.8 AM3 Coping with euthanasia: A case study of shelter culture. Arluke, A.
Page 5 - A comparison of euthanasia methods in rats, using carbon dioxide in prefilled and fixed flow rate filled chambers. Hewett, TA; Kovacs, MS; Artwohl, JE; Bennett, BT Laboratory Animal Science v.43(6): p.579-582.
Page 10 - Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the American Association of Equine Practitioners...
Page 27 - ... humane method of killing" means the killing of an animal with a minimum of physical and mental suffering appropriate to the species. Article 2...

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