Environmental enrichment information resources for laboratory animals, 1965-1995: birds, cats, dogs, farm animals, ferrets, rabbits, and rodents

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DIANE Publishing, 1995 - Laboratory animals - 294 pages
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Covers psychological well-being, ecological, or behavioral needs of animals. These are essential requirements, not luxuries. Sections: articles and bibliographies; journal listing and subscription information; organizations (North Amer. resources; European, Asian, and Australian resources); suppliers and products; and common devices and programs. Each section is introduced by a paper which provides general background information on the biology of the animals and their currently accepted needs in captivity. Extensive subject index.
 

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Page 91 - Effects of local anaesthesia and intravenous naloxone on the changes in behaviour and plasma concentrations of cortisol produced by castration and tail docking with tight rubber rings in young lambs.
Page 38 - 96 Conference "The Animal Contract', Cambridge, 24-26th July, 1996. Karsh, EB (1983). The effects of early handling on the development of social bonds between cats and people.
Page 80 - Heird. JC, DD Whitaker, RW Bell, CB Ramsey and CE Lokey. 1986. The effects of handling at different ages on the subsequent learning ability of 2 year-old horses.
Page 180 - Enrichment versus exercise effects on motor impairments following cortical removals in rats.
Page 65 - SC, and Jones, SP 1982. Deep woodchip litter: Hygiene, feeding and behavioral enhancement in eight primate species. Int. J.

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