Comfortable quarters for laboratory animals
Animal Welfare Institute, Jan 1, 2002 - Nature - 114 pages
Foreword / David B. Morton -- Introduction / Viktor and Annie Reinhardt -- The ill-effects of uncomfortable quarters / William M.S. Russell -- Comfortable quarters for mice in research institutions / Chris M. Sherwin -- Comfortable quarters for gerbils in research institutions / Eva Waiblinger -- Comfortable quarters for rats in research institutions / Monica M. Lawlor -- Comfortable quarters for hamsters in research institutions / Gernot Kuhnen -- Comfortable quarters for guinea-pigs in research institutions / Viktor Reinhardt -- Comfortable quarters for rabbits in research institutions / K. Boers ... [et al.] -- Comfortable quarters for cats in research institutions / Irene Rochlitz -- Comfortable quarters for dogs in research institutions / Robert Hubrecht -- Comfortable quarters for primates in research institutions / Viktor Reinhardt -- Comfortable quarters for pigs in research institutions / Temple Grandin -- Comfortable quarters for sheep in research institutions / Viktor and Annie Reinhardt -- Comfortable quarters for cattle in research institutions / Viktor and Annie Reinhardt -- Comfortable quarters for horses in research institutions / Katherine Houpt and T.S. Ogilvie-Graham -- Comfortable quarters for chickens in research institutions /Detlef W. Fölsch ... [et al.] -- Comfortable quarters for amphibians and reptiles in research institutions /Michael D. Kreger.
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