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528 pages : color illustrations ; 17 cm
"This updated, comprehensive, full-color reference covers 500 of the most popular freshwater aquarium fish. It provides concise at-a-glance information on their behavior, diet and breeding along with guidance and recommendations on setting up a freshwater aquarium. Species include: Cichlids, Catfish, Cyprinids, Characoids, Loaches and suckers, Gouramis, Rainbow fish and blue-eyes, Livebearers, and others. Includes glossary."-- Provided by publisher.
Science Library (Li and Ma)
1 online resource (xv, 250 pages) : illustrations.
  • 1 Overview of cattle production systems 2 Assessment of cattle welfare: Common animal-based measures 3 Assessment of cattle welfare: Approaches, goals and next steps on farms 4 Human-animal interactions: Effects, challenges, and progress 5 Cattle priorities: feed and water selection, ability to move freely and to access pasture 6 The role of social behaviour in cattle welfare 7 Painful procedures: When and what should we be measuring in cattle? 8 Disease and injury: Beyond current thinking about top causes of cattle morbidity 9 Metabolic challenge: How does it affect welfare?
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780081009383 20180611
Advances in Cattle Welfare provides a targeted overview of contemporary issues in dairy and beef cattle welfare. The volume addresses welfare-related topics in both research and on-farm applications. Opening with an introduction to cattle production systems, the book covers the three major areas of cattle welfare; on-farm welfare assessment, behavioral priorities of cattle and novel perspectives on specific aspects of management. Chapters examine the key issues within each area, including such topics as the goals and measures included in welfare assessments, the importance to cattle of access to pasture and engaging in social behavior, human-animal interactions, painful procedures, and disease and metabolic challenge. This book is an essential part of the wider ranging series Advances in Farm Animal Welfare, with coverage of cattle, sheep and pigs. With its expert editor and international team of contributors, Advances in Cattle Welfare is a key reference tool for welfare research scientists and students, veterinarians involved in welfare assessment, and indeed anyone with a professional interest in the welfare of cattle.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780081009383 20180611
1 online resource (xii, 468 pages)
  • Part I Ingredients for Dairy Products Manufacturing 1 1.1 Milk 3 1.1.1 Milk Quality and Processing 4Germano Mucchetti and Angelo V. Zambrini 1.1.2 Milk Preparation for Further Processing into Dairy Products 21Angelo V. Zambrini and Germano Mucchetti 1.2 Starter Cultures 37 1.2.1 Probiotics and Prebiotics 38Carla Orsi and Angelo V. Zambrini 1.2.2 Starter and Ancillary Cultures 58Carla Orsi and Angelo V. Zambrini 1.3 Other Ingredients 75 1.3.1 Vitamins, Minerals, and Bioactive Compounds 76Emanuela Donati 1.3.2 Fruit and Vegetables 98Carlo Tagliabue 1.4 Additives and Processing Aids 117 1.4.1 Acidity Regulators, Preservatives, and Antioxidants 118Andelka Bacak 1.4.2 Flavors, Colors, Thickeners, and Emulsifiers 132Andelka Bacak 1.4.3 Enzymes 146Martino Verga Part II Processing of Dairy Products 163 2.1 Process innovation 165 2.1.1 Enzymes Applications for the Dairy Industry 166Antonio Trani, Pasqua Loizzo, Angela Cassone and Michele Faccia 2.1.2 Plant Cleaning and Sanitizing 176Pierangelo Galimberti 2.1.3 Membrane Technologies Applied to Cheese Milk 194Antonio Trani, Pasqua Loizzo, Angela Cassone and Michele Faccia 2.1.4 Process/Product Control: Analysis of Cheese by Proteomics Techniques 202Antonio Trani, Pasqua Loizzo, Angela Cassone and Michele Faccia 2.2 Product innovation 215 2.2.1 Functional Dairy Products Including Pro/Pre/Symbiotics 216Fabio Minervini, Maria De Angelis and Marco Gobbetti 2.2.2 Dairy Products and Their Role in Human Health 248Teresa Trotta, Francesca Posa, Giorgio Mori and Chiara Porro Part III Shelf Life of Dairy Products 263 3.1 Technological Options to Prolong Shelf Life 265 3.1.1 Freezing of Dairy Products 266Sebnem Tavman and Tuncay Yilmaz 3.1.2 Antimicrobial Compounds Applied to Dairy Food 274Luisa Angiolillo, Annalisa Lucera, Matteo A. Del Nobile and Amalia Conte 3.2 Modern packaging systems to prolong shelf life 295 3.2.1 Active Packaging Applied to Dairy Products 296Ozlem Kizilirmak Esmer and Busra Sahin 3.2.2 Nanotechnology Applied to the Dairy Sector 314Cristina Costa, Matteo A. Del Nobile and Amalia Conte 3.2.3 Biodegradable Packaging Applied to Dairy Products 328Lia Noemi Gerschenson, Rosa Jagus and Carolina Patricia Olle Resa Part IV Consumer Acceptance 341 4.1 Consumer Behavior with Regard to Quality Perception of Food Products and Decision Making 343 4.1.1 The Quality Concept 344Mariantonietta Fiore and Francesco Conto 4.1.2 Food Quality Perception 355Raffaele Silvestri and Piermichele La Sala 4.1.3 Consumer Behavior Models Applied to Food Sector 367Elka Vasileva 4.1.4 Evaluation, Choice, and Purchase 374Daniela Ivanova 4.2 Consumer insight in the process of new dairy products development 381 4.2.1 The New Product Development Process 382Plamen Dimitrov Mishev and Yulia Vladimirova Dzhabarova 4.2.2 Market Opportunities 394Raffaele Silvestri 4.2.3 Consumer Insight and Approaches in New Dairy Products Development 404Minna Mikkola and Fedele Colantuono Part V Environmental and Policy Issues 421 5.1.1 The Milk and Dairy Sector in the European Union: Environmental and Policy Issues 423Caterina De Lucia, Pasquale Pazienza and Vincenzo Vecchione 5.1.2 Policies and Strategies for Eco-Friendly Dairy Product 438Gerrit Willem Ziggers Index 449.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781118906439 20171009
Advances in Dairy Product Science & Technology offers a comprehensive review of the most innovative scientific knowledge in the dairy food sector. Edited and authored by noted experts from academic and industry backgrounds, this book shows how the knowledge from strategic and applied research can be utilized by the commercial innovation of dairy product manufacture and distribution. Topics explored include recent advances in the dairy sector, such as raw materials and milk processing, environmental impact, economic concerns and consumer acceptance. The book includes various emerging technologies applied to milk and starter cultures sources, strategic options for their use, their characterization, requirements, starter growth and delivery and other ingredients used in the dairy industry. The text also outlines a framework on consumer behavior that can help to determine quality perception of food products and decision-making. Consumer insight techniques can help support the identification of market opportunities and represent a useful mean to test product prototypes before final launch. This comprehensive resource: Assesses the most innovative scientific knowledge in the dairy food sectorReviews the latest technological developments relevant for dairy companiesCovers new advances across a range of topics including raw material processing, starter cultures for fermented products, processing and packagingExamines consumer research innovations in the dairy industry Written for dairy scientists, other dairy industry professionals, government agencies, educators and students, Advances in Dairy Product Science & Technology includes vital information on the most up-to-date and scientifically sound research in the field.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781118906439 20171009
1 online resource (xxv, 391 pages) : illustrations (some color).
  • About the Editor xi Foreword to the Second Edition xiii Kenneth A. Johnson Foreword xv R. Randy Basinger, ACVS Foundation Preface xvii Peter Muir Acknowledgements xix Peter Muir Contributing Authors xxi I Structure and Function 1 Introduction 1 Peter Muir 1 Morphology and Function of the Cruciate Ligaments 3 Hilde de Rooster and Eithne Comerford 2 Biomechanics of the Cruciate Ligaments 13 Susannah J. Sample 3 Cruciate Ligament Remodeling and Repair 21 Connie S. Chamberlain, Erin E. Crowley, and Ray Vanderby Jr. 4 Meniscal Structure and Function 31 Antonio Pozzi and James L. Cook 5 Biomechanics of the Normal and Cranial Cruciate Ligament-Deficient Stifle 39 Antonio Pozzi and Stanley E. Kim II Etiopathogenesis of Cruciate Ligament Rupture 45 Introduction 45 Peter Muir 6 Histology of Cruciate Ligament Rupture 47 Kei Hayashi 7 Genetics of Cruciate Ligament Rupture 57 Lauren A. Baker and Peter Muir 8 Cruciate Ligament Matrix Metabolism and Development of Laxity 65 Eithne Comerford 9 Morphological Risk Factors for Cruciate Ligament Rupture 73 Eithne Comerford 10 Role of Nitric Oxide Production and Matrix Protease Activity in Cruciate Ligament Degeneration 81 David E. Spreng and Simone Forterre 11 Role of Antibodies to Collagen Type I and II 89 Hilde de Rooster and Eithne Comerford 12 Synovitis Precedes Stifle Instability Associated with Cruciate Ligament Rupture 93 Jason A. Bleedorn 13 Role of Synovial Immune Responses in Stifle Synovitis 101 Peter Muir III Clinical Features 107 Introduction 107 Peter Muir 14 Epidemiology of Cruciate Ligament Rupture 109 Lauren A. Baker and Peter Muir 15 History and Clinical Signs of Cruciate Ligament Rupture 115 Peter Muir 16 Partial Rupture of the Cranial Cruciate Ligament 119 Peter Muir 17 Caudal Cruciate Ligament Rupture 123 Peter Muir 18 Stress Imaging of the Stifle 127 Stanley E. Kim 19 Stifle Ultrasonography 135 Cristi R. Cook 20 Computed Tomography (CT) of the Stifle 141 Ingrid Gielen and Henri van Bree 21 Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Stifle 155 Peter V. Scrivani 22 Risk Prediction of Cruciate Ligament Rupture using Stifle Diagnostic Imaging 165 Peter Muir IV Surgical Treatment 169 Introduction 169 Peter Muir 23 Arthroscopy and Arthrotomy of the Stifle 171 Brian S. Beale, Donald A. Hulse, Antonio Pozzi, and Peter Muir 24 Joint Lavage 185 Peter Muir 25 Extracapsular Stabilization 189 Selena Tinga and Stanley E. Kim 26 Intra-Articular Repair for Cranial Cruciate Ligament Rupture in the Dog 201 Jeffery J. Biskup and Michael G. Conzemius 27 Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy 217 Susan L. Schaefer 28 Tibial Tuberosity Advancement 227 Randy J. Boudrieau 29 Closing Cranial Wedge Ostectomy and Triple Tibial Osteotomy 243 Simon C. Roe 30 Treatment of Excessive Tibial Plateau Angle 253 Michael P. Kowaleski 31 Surgical Management of Cruciate Ligament Rupture Combined with Patella Luxation 261 Anke Langenbach and Denis J. Marcellin-Little 32 Biomechanics of the Cranial Cruciate Ligament-Deficient Stifle Treated by Tibial Osteotomies 271 Antonio Pozzi, Stanley E. Kim, and Selena Tinga 33 Arthroscopic Follow-Up after Surgical Stabilization of the Stifle 279 Brian S. Beale and Donald A. Hulse 34 Cranial Cruciate Ligament Debridement 291 David E. Spreng 35 Surgical Treatment of Concurrent Meniscal Injury 295 Samuel P. Franklin, James L. Cook, and Antonio Pozzi 36 Meniscal Release 301 Antonio Pozzi and James L. Cook 37 Progression of Osteoarthritis after Stifle Stabilization Surgery 307 Susannah J. Sample 38 Clinical Outcomes after Surgical Treatment of Cruciate Ligament Rupture 313 Mary Sarah Bergh and Steven C. Budsberg 39 Success and Failure after Stifle Stabilization Surgery 317 Michael G. Conzemius and Richard B. Evans 40 Diagnosis and Management of Orthopaedic Infection after Stifle Surgery 323 Noel M.M. Moens V Medical Management of Cruciate Ligament Rupture 331 Introduction 331 Peter Muir 41 Medical Therapy for Stifle Osteoarthritis 333 Steven C. Budsberg 42 Rehabilitation for Dogs with Cruciate Ligament Rupture 343 Denis J. Marcellin-Little and Courtney J. Arnoldy VI Future Directions 353 Introduction 353 Peter Muir 43 Clinical Research Design and Patient-Oriented Outcomes 355 Dorothy Cimino Brown 44 Total Knee Replacement in the Dog 363 Matthew J. Allen, William D. Liska, and Valentina Brioschi 45 Regenerative Medicine and Cranial Cruciate Ligament Repair 371 Gabriel S. Perrone, Martha M. Murray, and Patrick Vavken 46 Disease-Modifying Medical and Cell-Based Therapy 379 Susannah J. Sample and Peter Muir Index 385.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119261711 20180618
Advances in the Canine Cranial Cruciate Ligament, Second Edition presents in-depth, focused, and updated coverage of current knowledge on cruciate ligament rupture, using a multidisciplinary, evidence-based approach. Presents a state-of-the-art summary of the most recent knowledge on this important cause of lameness in dogs Led by a highly respected surgeon and researcher, with chapters written by leading experts in the field Provides an update to the groundbreaking first edition, with six new chapters.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119261711 20180618
198 pages ; 24 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xiii, 356 pages ; 24 cm
  • DOMESTIC ANIMALS AS COMPARATIVE MODELS TO HUMANS: Equine Exercise Physiology: A Historical Perspective Kenneth H. McKeever The Pig Model for the Study of Obesity and Associated Metabolic Diseases Kolapo M. Ajuwon Growth Hormone and the Chick Eye Steve Harvey and Carlos G. Martinez-Moreno Porosome Enables the Establishment of Fusion Pore at its Base and the Consequent Kiss-and-Run Mechanism of Secretion from Cells Bhanu P. Jena MOLECULAR REGULATION OF GROWTH / METABOLIC EFFICIENCY Epigenetics and Developmental Programming in Ruminants - Long-Term Impacts on Growth and Development Lawrence P. Reynolds, Alison K. Ward and Joel S. Caton Molecular physiology of feed efficiency in beef cattle Claire Fitzsimons, Mark McGee, Kate Keogh, Sinead M. Waters and David A. Kenny Hormonal Control of Energy Substrate Utilization and Energy Metabolism in Domestic Animals Colin G. Scanes and Rodney A. Hill REPRODUCTION Reproduction in Poultry: An Overview Murray R. Bakst ANIMAL STRESS AND WELFARE Stress in Livestock Animals: From Domestication to Factory Production W.M. Rauw and L. Gomez Raya Biology of Stress in Livestock and Poultry Colin G. Scanes, Yvonne Vizzier-Thaxton and Karen Christensen FUTURE DIRECTIONS Nutrient Transporter Gene Expression in Poultry, Livestock and Fish Eric A. Wong, Elizabeth R. Gilbert and Katarzyna B. Miska Novel Peptides in Poultry: A Case Study of the Expanding Glucagon Peptide Superfamily in Chickens (Gallus gallus) Yajun Wang.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498747851 20171009
There is increasing interest in the biology of domestic animals ranging from genomics, transcriptomics, metabolomics, nutritional physiology, and systems biology. This book touches on all of these, with a particular focus on topics such as domestic animals as comparative models to humans, molecular regulation of growth, metabolic efficiency, reproduction, and the impact of stress on growth and development. The book concludes with a discussion on the current and future directions for researchers.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498747851 20171009
Science Library (Li and Ma)
1 online resource (xi, 852 pages).
Blackwell s Five-Minute Veterinary Consult Clinical Companion: Small Animal Dermatology, Third Edition offers accessible, reliable information on canine and feline dermatology using the popular Blackwell's Five-Minute Veterinary Consult format now with new topics, updated therapeutics, and improved images. Provides fast access to reliable information on treating dermatologic diseases and conditions in dogs and cats Uses the popular Blackwell's Five-Minute Veterinary Consult format and alphabetic arrangement for quick reference Offers thorough updates to this popular handbook, including a new basics section, new topics, and updated therapeutics, as well as new and improved images of dermatoses for easy comparison with clinical cases Puts the most commonly used dermatology information at the clinician's fingertips for rapid decision-making Includes access to a companion website with client education handouts to download and use in practice.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119337249 20180618
1 online resource : illustrations
Boorman's Pathology of the Rat: Reference and Atlas, Second Edition continues to be the most comprehensive pathology reference and standard on rat strains. It is a vital resource for researchers across science and medicine using rat models in the laboratory, offering an added emphasis on the Sprague-Dawley and Wistar rat strains that is inline with current research across academia, government, and industry. In addition, the book provides standard diagnostic criteria, basic content on histology, histological changes that result from drug toxicity and neoplasm, pathology terminology, and four-color photographs from the NTP archive and database. With updated references and photographs, as well as coverage of all rat strains, this book is the standard in the field, invaluable to toxicologists, biologists, and other scientists engaged in regulatory toxicology who must make the transition from pathology results to promulgation of meaningful regulations. Contains full, four color photographs from the NTP archive and database and coverage of all rat strains Organ-by-organ and system-by-system approach that provides a standard diagnostic criteria, and basic content on histology and histological changesIncludes comprehensive and detailed background incidence data Presents detailed descriptive content regarding changes in rat models during research.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780123914897 20180115
1 online resource (xxi, 495 pages)
  • Foreword ix Preface xi Acknowledgements xiii Introduction xv Part One Chapter 1 Molecular Biology of Cancer and Aging 3 Chapter 2 Caring for Geriatric Cancer Patients: The Concept of Pawspice and What Is Needed Aside from Medical Care 23 Part Two Chapter 3 The Warning Signs of Cancer in Geriatric Pets 43 Chapter 4 Basic Types of Cancer and Their Biological Behavior 89 Chapter 5 Generating the Diagnosis and Prognosis of Cancer in Geriatric Pets 103 Part Three Chapter 6 Treating Cancer in Geriatric Pets 137 Principles and Philosophic Perspective 137 The Role of Surgery in Cancer Management 144 Chemotherapy in the Management of Geriatric Cancer 152 Adverse Effects of Cancer Therapy in Geriatric Pets 165 The Role of Radiation Therapy in Cancer Management 184 Immunotherapy, Cancer Vaccines, and Gene Therapy 190 Chemoprevention and Immunonutrition 195 Integrative and Alternative Medicine 204 Electroporation and Electrochemotherapy Chapter 7 Pain Control for the Geriatric Cancer Patient 213 Chapter 8 Decision Making with Advanced and Recurrent Cancer in the Geriatric Patient 241 Chapter 9 When and How to Decide That a Geriatric Cancer Patient Is Terminal 277 Chapter 10 Palliative Care: End of Life Pawspice Care 293 Chapter 11 Euthanasia for the Geriatric Cancer Patient 319 Chapter 12 The Veterinary Professional/Client Relationship: Supporting Your Clients Supporting Yourselves Chapter 13 Professional Support: The Wellbeing of the Veterinarian and the Team Appendix 1 Specific Tumor Protocols 335 Appendix 2 Handouts for Clients 351 Appendix 3 Cartoon Maps 361 Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119290391 20171009
Canine and Feline Geriatric Oncology: Honoring the Human-Animal Bond, Second Edition provides a complete clinical approach to the most common neoplasias in geriatric dogs and cats. Provides the tools needed to diagnose and treat aging pets with cancer and to help clients make the best decisions for themselves and their animalsAddresses the "what-ifs" that often arise during interactions with clients of aging pets with cancer and helps to determine when a pet should enter the hospice phaseFeatures many vignettes and real-life case studies to demonstrate the issues faced by clinicians and owners dealing with older dogs and cats with cancer and end-of-life issuesFully updated and expanded with new and revised information, including new knowledge on palliative and hospice care and self-care techniques for carers.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119290391 20171009
1 online resource.
  • Preface xi Acknowledgment xiii 1 Cytologic Analysis of Cells 1 1.1 Approach to Cytology Samples 1 1.2 Sample Quality and Background 1 1.3 Cell Types 4 1.4 Cell Shape, Distribution, and Features 17 1.5 Benign Versus Malignant 17 References 30 2 Infectious Agents 33 2.1 Fungi 33 2.2 Oomycetes 40 2.3 Algae 40 2.4 Mesomycetozoea 42 2.5 Protozoa 43 2.6 Helminths 48 2.7 Bacteria 51 2.8 Ectoparasites 57 References 59 3 Integument 63 3.1 Cutaneous and Subcutaneous Lesions 63 References 102 4 Hemolymphatic 107 4.1 Lymph Nodes 107 4.2 Spleen 118 4.3 Thymus 131 4.4 Bone Marrow 133 References 151 5 Body Cavity Fluids 155 5.1 General Classification 155 5.2 Specific Effusions 157 References 167 6 Musculoskeletal 169 6.1 Bone 169 6.2 Joints 175 6.3 Muscle 183 References 186 7 Hepatobiliary 189 7.1 Liver 189 7.2 Biliary Tract 202 References 205 8 Digestive System 207 8.1 Salivary Glands 207 8.2 Stomach/Intestines 210 8.3 Feces 217 8.4 Pancreas 222 References 229 9 Urinary 233 9.1 Kidney 233 9.2 Bladder 237 9.3 Urine 240 9.4 Urinary Crystals 245 9.5 Urinary Casts 248 References 253 10 Respiratory 255 10.1 Nasal Cavity 255 10.2 Lung 259 10.3 Bronchoalveolar Lavage (BAL)/Transtracheal Wash (TTW) 263 References 270 11 Endocrine 273 11.1 Thyroid 273 11.2 Parathyroid 276 11.3 Chemoreceptor Tumors 277 11.4 Adrenal Gland 279 11.5 Pituitary Gland 281 References 283 12 Reproductive 285 Male 285 12.1 Testes 285 12.2 Semen Analysis 289 12.3 Prostate 290 12.4 Penis 298 Female 298 12.5 Ovary 298 12.6 Mammary Glands 301 12.7 Vaginal Cytology 304 References 313 13 Neurologic 317 13.1 Brain 317 13.2 Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF) 325 13.3 Spinal Cord 337 References 338 14 Ocular and Special Senses 341 14.1 Eyes: Cornea 341 14.2 Eyes: Conjunctiva 344 14.3 Ears 346 References 350 Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119215127 20170829
Clinical Atlas of Small Animal Cytology provides an essential guide for interpreting cytologic samples to diagnose small animal patients. Features photographs of diseases with a diagnosis confirmed by pathognomonic cytologic features, histopathology, special stains, microbial culture, or other confirmatory testsEmphasizes characteristic features of each disease and distinguishing featuresProvides multiple images to differentiate cells from lesions that could look similarPresents more than 500 representative high-quality images.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119215127 20170829
1 online resource (x, 336 pages) : color illustrations
  • Preface and Acknowledgments x Section 1 Bovine 1 1.1 Bacterial Skin Diseases 3 1.2 Fungal Skin Diseases 24 1.3 Parasitic Skin Diseases 30 1.4 Viral and Protozoal Skin Diseases 45 1.5 Immunological Skin Diseases 64 1.6 Congenital and Hereditary Skin Diseases 72 1.7 Environmental Skin Diseases 83 1.8 Nutritional Skin Diseases 99 1.9 Miscellaneous Skin Diseases 103 1.10 Neoplastic and Non-Neoplastic Growths 108 Section 2 Caprine 123 2.1 Bacterial Skin Diseases 125 2.2 Fungal Skin Diseases 132 2.3 Parasitic Skin Diseases 137 2.4 Viral and Protozoal Skin Diseases 149 2.5 Immunological Skin Diseases 156 2.6 Congenital and Hereditary Skin Diseases 161 2.7 Environmental Skin Diseases 164 2.8 Nutritional Skin Diseases 170 2.9 Miscellaneous Skin Diseases 173 2.10 Neoplastic and Non-Neoplastic Growths 176 Section 3 Ovine 181 3.1 Bacterial Skin Diseases 183 3.2 Fungal Skin Diseases 191 3.3 Parasitic Skin Diseases 194 3.4 Viral and Protozoal Skin Diseases 204 3.5 Immunological Skin Diseases 213 3.6 Congenital and Hereditary Skin Diseases 216 3.7 Environmental Skin Diseases 221 3.8 Nutritional Skin Diseases 227 3.9 Miscellaneous Skin Diseases 230 3.10 Neoplastic and Non-Neoplastic Growths 232 Section 4 Porcine 235 4.1 Bacterial Skin Diseases 237 4.2 Fungal Skin Diseases 250 4.3 Parasitic Skin Diseases 254 4.4 Viral and Protozoal Skin Diseases 259 4.5 Immunological Skin Diseases 266 4.6 Congenital and Hereditary Skin Diseases 269 4.7 Environmental Skin Diseases 273 4.8 Nutritional Skin Diseases 280 4.9 Miscellaneous Skin Diseases 283 4.10 Neoplastic and Non-Neoplastic Growths 287 Section 5 Camelid 293 5.1 Bacterial Skin Diseases 295 5.2 Fungal Skin Diseases 301 5.3 Parasitic Skin Diseases 305 5.4 Viral Skin Diseases 311 5.5 Immunological Skin Diseases 313 5.6 Congenital and Hereditary Skin Diseases 317 5.7 Environmental Skin Diseases 319 5.8 Nutritional Skin Diseases 323 5.9 Miscellaneous Skin Diseases 325 5.10 Neoplastic and Non-Neoplastic Growths 327 Index 330.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119250579 20180618
A practical full-color reference on the recognition and diagnosis of dermatological disease in farm animals Color Atlas of Farm Animal Dermatology, Second Edition is an essential reference for veterinary dermatologists, practitioners, and students alike. Emphasizing recognition and diagnosis, the book combines hundreds of color photographs with clear and concise text highlighting clinical features, differentials, and diagnostic information for each disease. Coverage includes both common and uncommon diseases of cattle, goats, sheep, llamas and alpacas, and pigs. This new edition has been fully updated throughout, and now includes information on llamas and alpacas. Diseases covered include bacterial, fungal, parasitic, viral and protozoal, immunological, congenital and hereditary, environmental, nutritional and miscellaneous diseases, as well as neoplastic and non-neoplastic growths. Offers a practical quick reference to aid in the diagnosis of dermatological conditions in farm animals, including cattle, goats, sheep, pigs, alpacas, and llamas Contains more than 700 full-color images Covers all dermatological disease types, organized by species-specific sections Thoroughly updated and now including coverage of camelids Color Atlas of Farm Animal Dermatology, Second Edition is a must-have book for veterinary dermatologists, practitioners, and students who work on farm animals.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119250579 20180618
x, 768 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
  • Introduction 1. Taxonomies: making sense of animals 2. Domestic animals a) Mammals ox-- goat-- sheep-- pig-- horse-- donkey/mule-- camel-- dog-- weasel-- cat-- human b) Birds goose-- duck-- chicken-- dove/pigeon-- quail-- parrot-- peacock-- pheasant c) Insects bee 3. Wild animals a) Mammals deer/antelope-- gazelle-- bear-- lion-- leopard-- jackal-- hyena-- wolf-- fox-- badger-- mole-- hare/rabbit-- hedgehog-- mongoose-- rat-- mouse-- bat-- seal-- dolphin-- whale-- aurochs-- elk-- elephant-- hippopotamus-- rhinoceros-- giraffe-- cheetah-- tiger-- monkey b) Birds crow/raven-- sparrow-- nightingale-- owl-- falcon/hawk-- eagle-- vulture-- crane/stork-- swan-- water birds-- hoopoe-- ostrich c) Reptiles and amphibians crocodile-- tortoise/turtle-- frog/toad-- lizard-- snake d) Insects and molluscs ant-- cricket/cicada-- locust-- scorpion-- scarab beetle-- spider-- fly-- butterfly/moth-- flea-- louse-- weevil-- snail e) Marine creatures fish-- shark-- octopus-- crab-- oyster-- murex 4. Working animals agriculture-- transport-- performing animals-- hunting-- warfare 5. Pets dogs-- cats-- primates-- other mammals-- birds-- reptiles and insects 6. Sport entertainment-- animal fights-- hunting Index animalium Index of classical authors.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415817554 20180306
The Culture of Animals in Antiquity provides students and researchers with well-chosen and clearly presented ancient sources in translation, some well-known, others undoubtedly unfamiliar, but all central to a key area of study in ancient history: the part played by animals in the cultures of the ancient Mediterranean. It brings new ideas to bear on the wealth of evidence - literary, historical and archaeological - which we possess for the experiences and roles of animals in the ancient world. Offering a broad picture of ancient cultures in the Mediterranean as part of a wider ecosystem, the volume is on an ambitious scale. It covers a broad span of time, from the sacred animals of dynastic Egypt to the imagery of the lamb in early Christianity, and of region, from the fallow deer introduced and bred in Roman Britain to the Asiatic lioness and her cubs brought as a gift by the Elamites to the Great King of Persia. This sourcebook is essential for anyone wishing to understand the role of animals in the ancient world and support learning for one of the fastest growing disciplines in Classics.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415817554 20180306
Green Library
1 online resource.
  • 1 Introduction JANETTE YOUNG AND NEIL CARR 2 Behind bars: contradictions in the expectations and experiences of life with marginalised companion animals RUTHANN ARLETTA DRUMMOND 3 Dog shows as casual leisure: asymmetry of human and animal experience MAGDALENA DABROWSKA 4 Dog showing and training: enjoyable hobbies or destructive practices that reinforce speciesist ideologies? SCOTT HURLEY 5 Off-leash recreation in an urban national recreation area: conflict between domesticated dogs, wildlife and semi-domesticated humans JACKSON WILSON, AIKO YOSHINO AND PAVLINA LATKOVA 6 Walking the dog - chore or leisure? LISEL O'DWYER 7 Recentring companion species wellbeing in the leisure experience: towards multispecies flourishing through dog walking KATRINA MYRVANG BROWN AND PETRA LACKOVA 8 Domesticated dogs and `doings' during the holidays BODIL STILLING BLICHFELDT AND KATARINA LECI SAKACOVA 9 From labour to leisure: the relocation of animals in modern Western society JANETTE YOUNG AND AMY BAKER 10 Post-humanistic insight into human-equine interactions and wellbeing within leisure and tourism PAULA DANBY 11 Pampered prisoners: meeting the ethological needs of the modern sport horse to enhanced equine welfare 165 ANTONIA J. Z. HENDERSON 12 Human-initiated animal fights ERIK COHEN 13 Domestic animals' leisure, rights, wellbeing: nuancing `domestic', asymmetries and into the future JANETTE YOUNG AND NEIL CARR.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781315457437 20180326
Domestic animals are an integral component of human leisure experience and can enhance the physical, social, and mental wellbeing of humans. The interplay of human and animal experiences of justice, wellbeing, rights, and roles within leisure is the central theme of this book. Research explores the position of domesticated animals in human leisure experiences, in a wide array of leisure settings. Chapters question whether domestic animals may have a desire for leisure that is different from human leisure, whether animals have and wish to fulfil needs for meaningful leisure or non-leisure, and whether human leisure needs and desires may coincide or contradict wellbeing interests of animals. This book provides a venue for the dissemination and exploration of research, which champions the welfare and rights of these animals to have their needs and interests in leisure recognised. It moves the debate about animals in leisure beyond the current limits which have seen research mainly confined to the exotic `other' rather than more mundane, everyday domestic animals. This book will be of interest to individuals in the fields of tourism ethics, zoology, animal behaviour, and leisure studies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781315457437 20180326
EBSCOhost Access limited to 3 simultaneous users
1 online resource (x, 301 pages) : illustrations
  • List of Contributors ix 1 The Normal Anatomy of the Neck 1 David Bainbridge 2 The Normal Anatomy of the Osseous and Soft Tissue Structures of the Back and Pelvis 9 Leo B. Jeffcott, Jessica A. Kidd and David Bainbridge 2.1 Normal Anatomy of the Osseous Structures 9 2.2 Normal Anatomy of the Soft Tissue Structures of the Back 21 2.3 Normal Anatomy of the Soft Tissue Structures of the Pelvis 30 3 The Normal Anatomy of the Nervous System 39 Constanze Fintl 4 Kinematics 49 Rene van Weeren 5 Neurological Examination of the Back and Pelvis 73 Constanze Fintl 6 Clinical Examination 81 Graham A. Munroe 7 Radiography of the Cervical Spine 95 Marianna Biggi, Gabriel Manso-Diaz and Renate Weller 8 Radiography of the Back 107 Frances M.D. Henson 9 Nuclear Scintigraphy and Computed Tomography of the Neck, Back and Pelvis 121 Sarah Powell 10 Ultrasonography 143 Mary Beth Whitcomb, Luis P. Lamas and Marcus Head 10.1 Ultrasonography of the Thoracic Spine 143 10.2 Ultrasonography of the Pelvis, Lumbar Spine and SacroIliac Region 149 11 Thermography 165 Tracy Turner 12 Neck Pathology 175 Richard Hepburn 13 Back Pathology 195 Adam Driver, Frances M.D. Henson, Jessica A. Kidd, Luis P. Lamas and Rob Pilsworth 13.1 Traumatic damage 195 13.2 Over Riding Dorsal Spinous Processes ( Kissing Spines ) 208 13.3 Miscellaneous Osseous Pathology 216 13.4 Pathology of the Supraspinous and Dorsal Sacroiliac Ligaments 224 14 Sacroiliac Dysfunction 239 Leo B. Jeffcott 15 Muscular Disorders 249 Richard J. Piercy and Renate Weller 16 Integrative and Physical Therapies 265 Joyce Harman and Mimi Porter 16.1 Integrative Therapies 265 16.2 Physical Therapies 278 17 Rehabilitation 283 Mary Bromiley Index 297.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781118974445 20180618
A unique reference dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of problems of the equine neck and back Building on the strength of the first edition, Equine Neck and Back Pathology: Diagnosis and Treatment, Second Edition explores conditions and problems of the horse s back and pelvis, and has been expanded to include coverage of the neck as well. This book is a vital tool for all those engaged in improving the diagnosis and management of horses with neck or back problems. The only book devoted to the conditions and problems of the equine neck, back and pelvis, it provides comprehensive coverage by international specialists on how to diagnose and treat problems in these areas. This updated and revised edition covers normal anatomy and kinematics, neck and back pathology, diagnosis and treatment of specific conditions, and complementary therapy and rehabilitation. Equine Neck and Back Pathology: Diagnosis and Treatment, Second Edition is a valuable working resource for equine practitioners, specialists in equine surgery, veterinary nurses and allied professionals involved in treating horses. It is also an excellent supplementary text for veterinary students with a keen interest in horses.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781118974445 20180618
1 online resource (xxvi, 701 pages)
  • 1. Invertebrates2. Fish3. Amphibians4. Reptiles5. Birds6. Backyard Chickens 7. Sugar Gliders8. Hedgehogs9. Rodents10. Rabbits11. Ferrets12. Miniature Pigs13. Primates14. Wildlife15. Selected Topics for the Exotic Animal Veterinarian.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780323444507 20180115
The only drug formulary on the market created solely for the treatment of exotic animals, Exotic Animal Formulary, 5th Edition addresses the most common questions and medical situations encountered in clinical practice. Using clear, current recommendations on drugs, indications, and dosages, this text helps you find the information you need fast. Written by clinical and research veterinarian James Carpenter, it includes biological tables with details on therapies and diets, normal blood parameters of common species, venipuncture sites, differential diagnosis, and medical protocols for common conditions. This thoroughly revised edition includes coverage of antimicrobial, antifungal, and antiparasitic agents, along with new chapters on invertebrates, backyard poultry and waterfowl, compound medications, and more! Nearly 200 drug tables provide clear, current recommendations on drugs, indications, and dosages used in treating exotic animals.Biological tables provide details on therapies and diets, normal blood parameters of common species, venipunctures sites, and medical protocols for common conditions.More than 20 expert authors contribute to this edition.All drug information is reviewed for accuracy, ensuring that this reference remains authoritative and current.NEW! Chapter on backyard poultry and waterfowl, an increasingly popular pet in the U.S.UPDATED Chapter on wildlife includes new information on: considerations for developing a wildlife policy in private practice; recommendations for safe restraint of native wildlife; recommendations for meat withdrawal times in game species for select medications; agents used in wild mammal emergencies; and much more.NEW! Information details the euthanasia agents used in fish.NEW! Information on amphibians includes the blood collection sites and the selected disinfectants for equipment and cage furniture.NEW! Information on hedgehogs includes common differential diagnoses based on physical examination findings and confirmed zoonotic diseases carried by hedgehogs.NEW Information on the constant rate infusion (CRI) protocols used in rabbits.NEW! Information on the protein electrophoresis values for ferrets.NEW! Information on compounding pharmacies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780323444507 20180115
x, 202 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • 1. Introduction-- 2. Patrician coevolution (1200-1831)-- 3. Human evolution in a transitional era (1776-1831)-- 4. Greyhound evolution and coevolution in a transitional era (1776-1831)-- 5. Modernizing human evolution (1831-1900)-- 6. Modern coevolution for coursing (1831-1900)-- 7. Modern coevolution for shows (1860-1900)-- 8. Epilogue.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521762090 20180409
Edmund Russell's much-anticipated new book examines interactions between greyhounds and their owners in England from 1200 to 1900 to make a compelling case that history is an evolutionary process. Challenging the popular notion that animal breeds remain uniform over time and space, Russell integrates history and biology to offer a fresh take on human-animal coevolution. Using greyhounds in England as a case study, Russell shows that greyhounds varied and changed just as much as their owners. Not only did they evolve in response to each other, but people and dogs both evolved in response to the forces of modernization, such as capitalism, democracy, and industry. History and evolution were not separate processes, each proceeding at its own rate according to its own rules, but instead were the same.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521762090 20180409
Green Library
1 online resource (xvii, 275 pages) : illustrations
  • Preface xiii Acknowledgments xv About the companion website xvii 1 The Head, Neck, and Vertebral Column 1 1.1 Skull 2 1.2 Mandible 9 1.3 Paranasal Sinuses 9 1.4 Vertebral Column 14 1.5 Teeth and Age Estimation of Cattle and Small Ruminants (Goats and Sheep) 16 1.5.1 Definitions and Criteria for Estimating the Age of Ruminants 20 1.5.2 Steps for Estimating the Age of Cattle 22 1.6 Joints of the Head 24 1.6.1 Temporomandibular Joint 24 1.6.2 Atlantooccipital Joint 24 1.6.3 Mandibular Symphysis 24 1.6.4 Vertebral Joints 25 1.7 Muscles of the Head 25 1.7.1 Cutaneous Muscles 27 1.7.2 Muscles of Facial Expression 28 1.7.3 Muscles of Mastication 28 1.7.4 Pharyngeal Muscles 28 Nomenclature of Pharyngeal Muscles 29 1.7.5 Laryngeal Muscles 29 1.7.6 Hyoid Muscles 29 1.7.7 Lingual Muscles 29 1.7.8 Extraocular Muscles 30 1.8 Blood Vessels, Lymph Nodes, and Nerves of the Head 30 1.8.1 Blood Vessels (Arteries and Veins) 30 1.8.2 Lymph Nodes of the Head and Neck 33 1.8.3 Nerves of the Head 36 1.9 Salivary Glands 40 1.10 The Pharynx 40 1.10.1 Oropharynx 40 1.10.2 Nasopharynx 40 1.10.3 Laryngopharynx 41 1.11 Tongue 41 1.12 The Larynx and Hyoid Apparatus 43 1.12.1 Larynx 43 1.12.2 Hyoid Apparatus 44 1.13 The Eye 45 1.13.1 Superficial Features of the Eye 45 1.13.2 Layers of the Eye 47 1.13.3 Sectioning of the Eyeball 49 1.13.4 Drainage Pathway of the Aqueous Humor 49 1.14 Neck Skeleton 49 1.15 Neck Muscles, Nerves, and Vessels 51 1.15.1 Neck Muscles 51 1.15.2 Nerves of the Neck 56 1.15.3 Blood Vessels of the Neck 57 1.16 Nuchal Ligament 57 1.17 Surface Topography (Head and Neck) 58 1.18 Lab ID List for the Head and Neck 62 2 The Thorax 65 2.1 Introduction 66 2.2 Bones of the Thorax 66 2.3 Thoracic Inlet 67 2.4 Basal Border of the Lung and Area for Lung Auscultation 68 2.5 Diaphragmatic Line of Pleural Reflection 68 2.6 Muscles of the Thoracic Wall 69 2.7 Pleura 72 2.7.1 Parietal Pleura 73 2.7.2 Visceral Pleura 73 2.7.3 Connecting Pleura 73 2.7.4 Content of the Pleura 74 2.7.5 Lung Lobes 74 2.7.6 Mediastinum 74 2.8 Vessels (Arteries and Veins) 75 2.8.1 Blood Circulation: An Overview 75 2.9 Major Veins of the Thorax 76 2.9.1 Cranial Vena Cava 77 2.9.2 Caudal Vena Cava 77 2.9.3 Azygos Veins (Left and Right) 77 2.10 Major Arteries of the Thorax 77 2.10.1 Brachiocephalic Trunk 77 2.10.2 Costocervical Trunk 77 2.10.3 Vertebral Artery 77 2.10.4 Superficial Cervical Artery 78 2.10.5 Internal Thoracic Artery 78 2.11 Lymphatic Structures 78 2.11.1 Thymus 78 2.11.2 Thoracic Duct 78 2.11.3 Mediastinal and Tracheobronchial Lymph Nodes 79 2.12 Nerves (Motor Somatic, Sympathetic, and Parasympathetic) 80 2.12.1 Phrenic Nerve 80 2.12.2 Autonomic Nerves in the Thorax 80 2.12.3 Vagus Nerve 80 2.12.4 Sympathetic Trunk and Sympathetic Ganglia 81 2.13 Heart (Cor) 81 2.13.1 Pericardium 82 2.13.2 External Features of the Heart 82 2.13.3 Interior of the Heart 85 2.14 Point of Maximum Intensity or Puncta Maxima 88 2.15 Lab ID List for the Thorax 88 3 The Abdomen 91 3.1 Lumbar Vertebrae 92 3.1.1 Bovine Lumbar Vertebrae 92 3.1.2 Goat and Sheep Lumbar Vertebrae 92 3.2 Ligaments of Lumbar Vertebrae 93 3.2.1 Supraspinous Ligament 93 3.2.2 Interspinous Ligaments 93 3.2.3 Intertransverse Ligaments 93 3.2.4 Yellow Ligaments (Interarcuate or Ligament Flava) 93 3.2.5 Dorsal and Ventral Longitudinal Ligaments 94 3.2.6 Intervertebral Disc 94 3.3 Abdominal Wall 94 3.3.1 Paralumbar Fossa 94 3.3.2 Nerves of the Paralumbar Fossa (Flank Anesthesia) 94 3.3.3 Cutaneus Trunci and Omobrachialis Muscles 95 3.3.4 Tunica Flava Abdominis 98 3.3.5 External Abdominal Oblique Muscle 98 3.3.6 Internal Abdominal Oblique Muscle 101 3.3.7 Transversus Abdominis Muscle 102 3.3.8 Rectus Abdominis Muscle 102 3.3.9 Rectus Sheath 103 3.4 Abdominal Cavity 103 3.4.1 Dissection Plan 105 3.4.2 Peritoneum 105 3.4.3 Omentum 105 3.4.4 Ruminant Stomach 110 3.5 Intestines 122 3.5.1 Small Intestine 124 3.5.2 Large Intestine 128 3.6 Other Abdominal Organs 130 3.6.1 Liver 130 3.6.2 Spleen 130 3.6.3 Pancreas 130 3.6.4 Kidney 130 3.7 Vessels 134 3.7.1 Arteries 135 3.7.2 Veins 135 3.7.3 Lymphatics 136 3.8 Palpation of the Live Animal 137 3.9 Lab ID List for the Abdomen 137 4 The Pelvis and Reproductive Organs 139 4.1 Bones of the Pelvis 140 4.1.1 Os Coxae (Pelvic Bone) 140 4.2 Sacrosciatic Ligament 141 4.3 Pelvic Peritoneal Pouches 141 4.4 Urinary Bladder, Ureters, and Ligaments of the Bladder 143 4.5 Male Genitalia 143 4.5.1 Penis 144 4.5.2 Male Urethra 149 4.5.3 Prepuce 150 4.5.4 Superficial Inguinal (Scrotal) Lymph Nodes 151 4.5.5 Blood Supply to the Pelvic Viscera and Male Genitalia 152 4.5.6 Testes 152 4.5.7 Male Accessory Sex Glands 156 4.6 Female Reproductive Tract 157 4.6.1 Ovaries 158 4.6.2 Uterine Tubes 158 4.6.3 Uterine Horns 158 4.6.4 Uterine Body 159 4.6.5 Uterine Cervix 159 4.6.6 Vagina 161 4.6.7 Female Pudendum 161 4.6.8 Blood Supply of the Female Genital Tract 164 4.6.9 Udder 164 4.7 Live Cow 169 4.8 Lab ID List for the Pelvis and Reproductive Structures 170 5 The Forelimb 173 5.1 Introduction 174 5.2 Bones of the Thoracic Limb 174 5.2.1 Scapula 174 5.2.2 Humerus 176 5.2.3 Radius and Ulna 177 5.2.4 Carpus (Proximal and Distal Rows) 177 5.2.5 Metacarpal Bones (Large Metacarpal or Cannon Bone) 179 5.2.6 Digits 180 5.3 Muscles and Tendons of the Thoracic Limb 181 5.3.1 Extrinsic Muscles of the Forelimb 182 5.3.2 Intrinsic Muscles of the Thoracic Limb 187 5.4 Retinacula 200 5.5 Carpal Canal 200 5.6 Ligaments of the Digits 201 5.6.1 Proximal Interdigital Ligament 201 5.6.2 Distal Interdigital Ligament 201 5.6.3 Annular Ligaments (Palmar, Proximal, and Distal Digital Annular Ligaments) 201 5.6.4 Digital Annular Ligaments (Proximal and Distal) 201 5.7 Hoof (Wall, Sole, Bulb, and White Line) 201 5.8 Arteries and Nerves of the Thoracic Limb 203 5.8.1 Nomenclature of Blood Vessels and Nerves in the Distal Limb 203 5.9 Veins of the Forelimb 205 5.10 Lymphatics of the Thoracic Limb 206 5.11 Nerves of the Thoracic Limb 207 5.11.1 Suprascapular Nerve 207 5.11.2 Subscapular Nerve 207 5.11.3 Axillary Nerve 208 5.11.4 Musculocutaneous Nerve 209 5.11.5 Radial Nerve 209 5.11.6 Median and Ulnar Nerves 212 5.12 Joints of the Forelimbs 212 5.12.1 Shoulder Joint 213 5.12.2 Elbow Joint 214 5.12.3 Carpal Joints 214 5.12.4 Digital Joints 215 6 The Hind Limb 217 6.1 Bones of the Hind Limb 218 6.1.1 Os Coxae (Hip Bone) 218 6.1.2 Femur (Thighbone) 218 6.1.3 Bones of the Leg (Crus) 221 6.1.4 Tarsal Bones 222 6.1.5 Fused Metatarsals III and IV (Large Metatarsal Bone) 223 6.1.6 Metatarsal Sesamoid Bone 224 6.2 Muscles of the Pelvic Limb 224 6.2.1 Muscles Acting on the Hip Joint 224 6.2.2 Muscles Acting on the Stifle Joint 231 6.2.3 Muscles Acting on the Hock and Digits 233 6.3 Blood Vessels and Nerves of the Hind Limbs 238 6.3.1 Overview of Arterial Blood Supply to the Whole Hind Limb 239 6.3.2 Veins of the Hind Limb 241 6.3.3 Lymphatic Structures of the Hind Limb 242 6.3.4 Nerves of the Hind Limb 243 6.4 Joints of the Hind Limb 249 6.4.1 Hip Joint 249 6.4.2 Stifle Joint 249 6.4.3 Hock (or Tarsus) Joint 250 6.5 Live Cow 250 6.6 Lab ID List for Forelimb and Hind Limb 250 Appendix A Dissection Instructions for a Goat Cadaver 255 A.1 Dissection Labs 255 A.2 Dissection of Goat Neck and Body Cavities (Labs, 1, 2, and 3) 255 A.2.1 Removal of the Thoracic Limb 255 A.2.2 Removal of the Pelvic (Hind) Limb 256 A.2.3 Skinning of the Neck and Flank on the Side Where the Limbs are Removed 256 A.2.4 Opening the Thorax and Abdomen for Studying the Topography on the Left and Right Sides 257 A.2.5 Thorax 258 A.2.6 Abdomen (In Situ and on Extirpated Viscera) 260 A.3 Dissection of Male and Female Pelvis (Lab 4) 260 A.4 Head Dissection (Lab 5) 261 A.5 Forelimb Dissection (Labs 6 and 7) 261 A.6 Hind Limb Dissection (Labs 8 and 9) 261 Appendix B Further Reading 263 Index 265.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119051022 20170612
Guide to Ruminant Anatomy: Dissection and Clinical Aspectspresents a concise, clinically relevant reference to goat and cattle anatomy, with color schematic illustrations and embalmed arterially injected prosection images for comparison. * Offers 244 color images depicting goat and cattle anatomy * Provides selected line drawings correlated to dissection images of embalmed arterially injected specimens * Takes a practical approach, with material organized by body system within each region * Demonstrates the clinical relevance of basic anatomy * Poses review questions in each chapter, with answers and videos provided on a companion website.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119051022 20170612
vii, 316 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Green Library
xix, 684 pages ; 29 cm
A flexible, current, and comprehensive look at the biological, industry, and species approaches to Animal Science, complete with worldview information and societal issues. Relevant and timely, Introduction to Animal Science features the most comprehensive, up-to-date coverage of the traditional disciplines that are so essential to a solid foundation in Animal Science: nutrition, digestion, feeds, genetics, reproduction, disease, and animal behavior. The text's comprehensive, non-traditional approach introduces the discipline as an ever-changing, integral part of every aspect of human existence. Author W. Stephen Damron not only presents thorough coverage of the major species and their respective concerns, he challenges readers to consider the many pressing interests relevant to Animal Science as it influences and is influenced by society today. The Sixth Edition features updated, expanded, and improved coverage including the latest statistical information as appropriate; improvements to the lactation chapter, the animal health chapter, and the animal health sections in each of the species chapters; substantial updates in the biotechnology chapter and the nutrition chapters; enhanced material on food safety; new figures and redesigned and updated graphics throughout; streamlined tables with greater emphasis on example information; and enhanced margin terms and glossary terms to facilitate reading and understanding of the material.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780134436050 20170522
Science Library (Li and Ma)
111 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)