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Scientific study of laboratory animals[edit]. This rat is being deprived of restful REM sleep by an animal researcher using a ... The animal is able to rest on the pot and is even able to get NREM sleep, but at the onset of REM sleep, with its ensuing ... Pendulum: animals are prevented from entering into REM sleep by allowing them to sleep for only brief periods of time. This is ... Animal studies suggest that sleep deprivation increases stress hormones, which may reduce new cell production in adult brains.[ ...
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Facilities for breeding laboratory animals. Since many animals normally reproduce only in spring, holding them in rooms in ... National Renewable Energy Laboratory. Retrieved 6 February 2012.. *^ "Refrigerant Management Program Refrigerants Regulated". ... Chemical and biological laboratories. *Cleanrooms for the production of integrated circuits, pharmaceuticals, and the like, in ... This process is most commonly used to achieve a more comfortable interior environment, typically for humans and other animals; ...
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Comfortable Quarters for Laboratory Animals, 9th edition. Washington, DC: Animal Welfare Institute, pp. 6-7. ISBN 978-0-9384- ... "Behaviour of laboratory mice in different housing conditions when allowed to self-administer an anxiolytic". Laboratory Animals ... working group on laboratory animals. Sherwin's team, led by Donald Broom, addressed the protection of invertebrates and animal ... the relevance of ethological approaches in laboratory animal science". Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 81 (3): 245-264. doi: ...
Laboratory Animals. 35 (Supplement 1: Laboratory birds: refinements in husbandry and procedures): 120-126. doi:10.1258/ ... Common starlings may be kept as pets or as laboratory animals. Austrian ethologist Konrad Lorenz wrote of them in his book King ... As a laboratory bird, the common starling is second in numbers only to the domestic pigeon. The common starling's gift for ... Nests can be raided by animals capable of climbing to them, such as stoats (Mustela erminea), raccoons (Procyon lotor) and ...
Laboratory Animals. 38: 384-392. doi:10.1258/0023677041958927. PMID 15479553. "CIE Selected Colorimetric Tables". Archived from ... Color and Research Vision Laboratory - luminous efficiency data tables. ... on the National Physical Laboratory's investigation of colour-matching". Optica Acta. 2 (4): 168-181. Bibcode:1955AcOpt...2.. ... to long-wavelength red light makes it possible to use such illumination while studying the nocturnal life of animals. For older ...
Imported animals should be vaccinated with SeV and placed in quarantine, while, in the laboratory environment, breeding ... Laboratory Animals. 17: 111-113. CS1 maint: Explicit use of et al. (link) López, CB; Yount JS; Hermesh T; Moran TM (May 2006 ... as well as eliminating infected animals and screening incoming animals, should clear the problem very quickly. ... From the extrapolation of the infection of laboratory mice, the presence of the virus may first be detected in the lungs 48 to ...
S.N. Markvardsen, M. Kjelgaard-Hansen, C. Ritz, D.B. Sørensen (2012). "Less invasive blood sampling in the animal laboratory: ... In contrast to this risk, laboratory kept Dipetalogaster can be used for extracting blood samples from animals where other ... Laboratory Animals. 46 (2). CS1 maint: Uses authors parameter (link) Uhler, Philip Reese (1894). "Observations upon the ... such as certain zoo animals and wild animals). The sting of Dipetalogaster is essentially painless because of the very thin ...
A Compendium of 40 Years of Epidemiological, Clinical, and Laboratory Studies. Archives of Virology Supplement 20. Vindobonae: ... US Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) and US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). "National Select ... "Biosafety in Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories (BMBL) 5th Edition" *↑ US National Institutes of Health (NIH), US ...