Manual of Animal Technology

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Stephen W. Barnett
Wiley, May 14, 2007 - Medical - 440 pages
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Manual of Animal Technology is a comprehensive and authoritative guide to the care of animals used in scientific procedures. Legal and welfare issues are covered as well as the husbandry of mammals and birds used in scientific studies.

  • individual chapters have been written by leading experts
  • explains the law governing scientific procedures using animals
  • describes best practice in breeding and husbandry of laboratory animals
  • outlines the care of animals during and following experimental procedures
  • specifically designed to be a student text and a reference manual
  • clearly illustrated
  • sponsored by the Institute of Animal Technology
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    About the author (2007)

    After leaving school Stephen Barnett spent 18 years on the technical staff of the Royal Veterinary College, London. For the last 25 years he has been involved in the education of animal technicians and technologists, initially at the City of Westminster College, London and latterly as an independent education consultant.

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