Information Resources for Reptiles, Amphibians, Fish, and Cephalopods Used in Biomedical Research

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DIANE Publishing, Feb 1, 1994 - 87 pages
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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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Page 59 - Guide to the Care and Use of Experimental Animals. Canadian Council on Animal Care.
Page 84 - Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources, National Academy of Sciences, 2101 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington...
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.
Page 89 - The UFAW handbook on the care and management of cephalopods in the laboratory.

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