Information Resources for Reptiles, Amphibians, Fish, and Cephalopods Used in Biomedical Research
DIANE Publishing, Feb 1, 1994 - 87 pages
Collects much of the current information regarding the care and use of these alternative animal models; intended only as an introduction to these species. Authors have selected sample articles that typify recent research. Each animal group has a section of articles and books pertaining to its use in biomedical research followed by a section on its care and use. 371 articles included. Index. Information resources section.
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1991 Descriptors Academic Press African clawed frogs American Fisheries Society amphibians Amphibians and Reptiles anatomy anesthesia anesthetic Animal Welfare Animals Canadian Council Aquaculture Aquatic behavior Bethesda Biochemistry and Physiology Biological Bulletin Biomedical Research Woodhead Boca Raton breeding Budelmann cell cephalopods Comparative Biochemistry Comparative Physiology Council on Animal CRC Press cuttleﬁsh disease endocrinology Environmental euthanasia Experimental Animals Canadian ﬁsh ﬁsh culture Fish in Research Fish Pickering ﬁshes Forsythe Hanlon Health Herpetology husbandry immunology Inﬂuence Institute of Laboratory invertebrates Lab Animal maintenance Marine Biological Laboratory metabolism Models for Biomedical NAL call number National Academy Nonmammalian Nonmammalian Animal Models nutrition P94 Descriptors pathology Phone plasma QL55 A1L33 Descriptors QL55 N66 Descriptors QL615.S7 Descriptors rainbow trout receptor systems reproduction reptiles Reptiles and Amphibians Scientiﬁc SF406 C36 Descriptors species squid statocyst Stress and Fish teleost temperature thermoregulation toxicity toxicology University vertebrates Veterinary Washington water quality Woods Hole Xenopus laevis York Zoology
Page 59 - Guide to the Care and Use of Experimental Animals. Canadian Council on Animal Care.
Page 29 - NAL Call No: SF406.C35 1992 The Care and use of amphibians, reptiles, and fish in research. Schaeffer, Dorcas O.; Kleinow, Kevin M.; Krulisch, Lee Scientists Center for Animal Welfare, Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, La.), School of Veterinary Medicine Bethesda, Md. (4805 St. Elmo Ave., Bethesda 20814) : Scientists Center for Animal Welfare,. vii, 1% p.
Page 61 - Differential blood cell counts of 50 species of fishes from the Red Sea. Copeia 2: 491-8.
Page 39 - Burton, RF IONIC REGULATION IN FISH: THE INFLUENCE OF ACCLIMATION TEMPERATURE ON PLASMA COMPOSITION AND APPARENT SET POINTS.
Page 62 - In: The Evolutionary Biology of Hearing Webster, DB; Fay, RR and Popper, AN (eds.), SpingerVerlag, New York, NY; 1992, pp.
Page 39 - Establishment of inbred strains of the medaka Oryzias latipes and the usefulness of the strains for biomedical research, Zool.
Page 86 - National Museum of Natural History (Smithsonian Institution), 10th St. and Constitution Ave. NW 20560; 357-2664.
Page 54 - Examination of possibility of applying anesthesia by carbon dioxide in the transportation of live fish.