1 edition of Diseases of fur-bearing animals found in the catalog.
1983 by Published for the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture and the National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C., by Amerind Publ. Co. in New Delhi .
Written in English
|Statement||editor, S. Ya. Lyubashenko.|
|Series||TT77-52030, TT (Series) -- 77-52030.|
|Contributions||Lyubashenko, S. Ya.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 402 p. :|
|Number of Pages||402|
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Diseases of wild animals transmissible to domestic animals P.-P. PASTORET, E. THIRY, B. BROCHIER, A. SCHWERS, I. THOMAS and J. DUBUISSON * Summary: The authors have reviewed reports submitted by 22 Member Countries of the OIE concerning diseases of wild animals transmissible to domestic animals, and have outlined the main trends.
This Russian book is recommended by the USSR Ministry of Agriculture for use in veterinary schools and faculties. Infections and protozoal diseases and diseases caused by arthropod parasites are dealt with by Professor Lyubashenko of The Moscow Technological Institute for Meat and Milk Production, while helminth parasites are described by Professor Petrov of the Author: S.
Lyubashenko, A. Petrov. Parasitic Diseases of Wild Birds provides thorough coverage of major parasite groups affecting wild bird species. Broken into four sections covering protozoa, heminths, leeches, and arthropod parasites, this volume will provide reviews of the history, disease, epizootiology, pathology, and population impacts caused by parasitic : Hardcover.
John M. Cullen, Margaret J. Stalker, in Jubb, Kennedy & Palmer's Pathology of Domestic Animals: Volume 2 (Sixth Edition), Nitrosamines. Epizootics of poisoning by dimethylnitrosamine occurred in Norwegian cattle, sheep, and fur-bearing animals, from The toxin was present in herring meal and was thought to be a reaction product of.
History. Neolithic hunters, including the members of the Cucuteni-Trypillian culture of Romania and Ukraine (ca. BC), used traps to capture their prey. An early mention in written form is a passage from the self-titled book by Taoist philosopher Zhuangzi describes Chinese methods used for Diseases of fur-bearing animals book animals during the 4th century BC.
The Zhuangzi reads, "The sleek-furred. This Russian account of the diseases of mink, sable, arctic fox, silver fox and coypu first appeared in Bacterial, viral and protozoal diseases are dealt with, as well as ectoparasitoses, helminthoses, and non-infectious diseases (including metabolic disorders and Author: S.
Bratyukha, A. Evtushenko, A. Shevtsov, V. Bereza. Veterinary Microbiology is concerned with bacterial and viral diseases of domesticated vertebrate animals (livestock, companion animals, fur-bearing animals, game, poultry, but excluding fish) that supply food, other useful products or companionship.
In addition, Microbial diseases of wild animals living in captivity, or as members of the feral fauna will also be considered if the. fur-bearing, and wildlife pathology and ecosystem health. His research interests have included infectious diseases in commercial poultry, West Nile virus in owls, and diseases Animals and Humans of mink.
Carter T. Atkinson, Ph.D., is a research microbiologist with the U. geological survey, Pacific island ecosystems research Center. She has more than 20 years of experience in diagnostic pathology and research on wild bird diseases.
Bruce Hunter, DVM, MSc, is a professor in the Department of Pathobiology, Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph. His specialty encompasses avian, fur-bearing, and wildlife pathology and ecosystem health.
Animals - Big Game 2. Animals - Domestic 3. Animals - Fur Bearing 4. Animals - Non-Fur Bearing 5. Baits, Poisons and Scents 6. Birds, Ducks, Geese, Etc. Boats and Diseases of fur-bearing animals book 8. Camp Cooking and Provisions 9. Camping and Trapping Outfits Dogs - Hunting Dog Diseases and Treatments Dogs - Training and Breaking Fish and Fishing The fisher (Pekania pennanti) is a small, carnivorous mammal native to North is a member of the mustelid family (commonly referred to as the weasel family), and is in the monospecific genus fisher is closely related to, but larger than, the American marten (Martes americana).The fisher is a forest-dwelling creature whose range covers much of the Family: Mustelidae.
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Health & Safety of Livestock: Texas Agriculture Code, Title 6, Subtitle C: Control of Animal Diseases and Pests. This book explores the biological function and metabolism of minerals in the body, as well as mineral feeding of various species of farm animals.
Topics range from water metabolism and mineral composition of feeds to the physiological role of macroelements such as calcium and potassium and microelements such as iron and copper.
This book follows much the same plan as the earlier work. It is divided into II sections: Introduction; basic principles of health and disease of animals; diseases and parasites that affect two or more species; diseases and parasites that affect cattle, swine, sheep and goats, horses and mules, poultry, fur-bearing animals, and dogs and cats.
Patricia V. Turner, BSc, MS, DVM, DVSc, DACLAM, DABT, DECAWBM, is a Professor of Comparative Pathology (Laboratory Animals and Small Mammals) in the Department of Pathobiology at the Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph, Canada.
Marina L. Brash, DVM, DVSc, DACVP, is a Pathologist of Avian and Fur Bearing Species at Animal Health. Infectious Diseases of Wild Birds provides biologists, wildlife managers, wildlife and veterinary health professionals and students with the most comprehensive reference on infectious viral, bacterial and fungal diseases affecting wild birds.
Bringing together contributions from an international team of experts, the book offers the most. The most obvious of these was the death of fur-bearing mammals. In southern New England, beavers, otters, foxes, martens, minks, muskrats, turkeys, gone by the end of the 18th century.
Jeremy Belknap offered a striking description of the environmental consequences resulting from reductions of beaver populations: clearing land, accumulating soil. SF Fur-bearing animals SF Laboratory animals SF Zoo animals SF Small animal culture SF Pets SF Dogs. Dog racing SF Cats SF Rabbits and hares SF Fishes.
Aquariums SF Other animals SF Birds. Cage birds SF Poultry. Eggs SF() Game birds SF Ostrich. Skin diseases cause heavy economic loss to the livestock industry due to direct effects on the quality of hide, skin, wool, and fur of animals [1, 2].
Dermatitis is a disease of multiple. Fur farmed animals are kept in long rows of cages under an open shed. Each farm has several of those sheds. Small farms will have a maximum of animals, while the largest in Scandinavia has overanimals.
The cages, flooring included, are made of wire mesh, which makes it difficult for the animals to stand on them.
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to cattle, sheep, swine, horses, pet animals, rabbits, fur-bearing animals, pigeons, ducks, geese, turkeys, etc.) before exhibition to verify they show no signs of contagious or infectious diseases or external parasites.
Fair veterinarians should reject any animal with infectious or contagious diseases or external parasites. Beavers are extremely gentle, family-oriented animals who mate for life and remain lifelong friends with their offspring.
The second-largest rodent in the world, the beaver can live 19 years, reach 60 pounds, and grow up to 4 feet long. Baby beavers, or “kits,” are usually born to hard-working, loving parents who have been together for many.
Davis, Randall W. and Lee Hunter. "Cleaning and Restoring the Fur." In Emergency Care and Rehabilitation of Oiled Sea Otters: A Guide For Oil Spills Involving Fur-Bearing Marine Mammals (Terrie M.
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