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*  Carl Schreck
In: G. Moberg and J. Mench (eds). The biology of animal stress. C.A.B. International Press, Wallingford, UK. Maule, A.G., C.B. ... He served on the Oregon Governor's Coastal Salmon Science Team where he helped develop plans for at risk salmon and trout for ... the laboratory method most commonly and widely used since that time for measuring hormones (e.g., cortisol) in the blood of ... Schreck is currently serving his third four-year term as a member of the Independent Multidisciplinary Science Team (IMST) for ...
*  Animal welfare and rights in India
Pratik Chakrabarti (June 1, 2010). "Beasts of Burden: Animals and Laboratory Research in Colonial India". History of Science. ... animal transport, animal slaughter, and animal experimentation. The Breeding of and Experiments on Animals (Control and ... India's first national animal welfare law, the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960, criminalizes cruelty to animals, ... Category:Animal welfare organisations based in India Cattle slaughter in India Animal sacrifice in Hinduism Animal sacrifice ...
*  Animal welfare science
... is the scientific study of the welfare of animals as pets, in zoos, laboratories, on farms and in the ... Applied Animal Behaviour Science in 1974, Animal Welfare in 1992, the Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science in 1998, and ... the Animal Welfare Science Centre at The University of Melbourne in Australia and the Animal Welfare Science and Bioethics ... The Science of Animal Welfare. Chapman and Hall, London Fraser, D., (2008) Understanding Animal Welfare: The Science In Its ...
*  Laboratory Syrian hamster
Laboratory animal science. 27 (5 Pt 2): 762-70. PMID 592728. Snider, GL; Sherter, CB (October 1977). "A one-year study of the ... Science, 1990. 247(4945): pp. 975-978. Reebs, S. G.; St-Onge, P (2005). "Running wheel choice by Syrian hamsters". Laboratory ... Veillette, M.; Reebs, S.G. (2011). "Shelter choice by Syrian hamsters (Mesocricetus auratus) in the laboratory". Animal Welfare ... Lanteigne, M.; Reebs, SG (2006). "Preference for bedding material in Syrian hamsters". Laboratory Animals. 40 (4): 410-418. doi ...
*  Miriam Posner Finkel
Finkel, M. P. (1947). The transmission of radio-strontium and plutonium from mother to offspring in laboratory animals. ... The potential danger of strontium-90 is appraised on the basis of data from animal experiments. Science. 128(3325): 637-641. ... Finkel, M. P. (1959). Late effects of internally deposited radioisotopes in laboratory animals. Radiation Research Supplement. ... Experimental animal maintenance, 1963. Experimental animal watering device, 1964. Lisco, Hermann, Finkel, M. P., & Brues, ...
*  American Association for Laboratory Animal Science
... animal biology, laboratory animal medicine, laboratory animal pathology, animal behavior, animal biotechnology, and related ... American Association for Laboratory Animal Science : About AALAS American Association for Laboratory Animal Science : About ... Assistant Laboratory Animal Technician (ALAT), Laboratory Animal Technician (LAT), and Laboratory Animal Technologist (LATG). ... Journal of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science The Journal of the American Association for Laboratory Animal ...
*  Canadian Association for Laboratory Animal Science
Registered Laboratory Animal Technician The Registered Laboratory Animal Technician (RLAT) and Registered Laboratory Animal ... A Registered Laboratory Animal Technician has an animal science education, training in the care and use of laboratory animals ... The RLAT is employed by an animal facility, they have an animal science education, training in the care and use of laboratory ... The individual has a laboratory animal science knowledge base enabling them to be a major contributor to a successful research ...
*  Federation of European Laboratory Animal Science Associations
Baltic Laboratory Animal Science Association (Balt-LASA) Belgian Council for Laboratory Animal Science (BCLAS) Czech Laboratory ... Hellenic Society of Biomedical and Laboratory Animal Science (HSBLAS) Israeli Laboratory Animal Forum (ILAF) Laboratory Animal ... Russian Laboratory Animal Science Association (Rus-LASA) Scandinavian Society for Laboratory Animal Science (Scand-LAS) ... German Society for Laboratory Animal Science; GV-SOLAS) Hungarian Laboratory Animal Science Association (HLASA) ...
*  Bloodland Lake virus
Laboratory Animal Science. 37: 95-104. Schamljohn, C. S., AND B. Hjelle. 1997. Hantaviruses: a global disease problem. Emerging ...
*  Gnathostomiasis
Laboratory Animal Science. 43 (6): 630-2. PMID 8158995. P. Barua; N. K. Hazarika; N. Barua; C. K. Barua; B. Choudhury (2007). " ...
*  Minimum alveolar concentration
Laboratory Animal Science Center. Archived from the original on 2008-06-09. Retrieved 2008-11-10. Eger EI, Saidman LJ, ...
*  Hypervitaminosis A
Contemporary Topics in Laboratory Animal Science. 43 (4): 26-30. PMID 15264766. Weiser H, Probst HP, Bachmann H (September 1992 ... Some Arctic animals demonstrate no signs of hypervitaminosis A despite having 10-20 times the level of vitamin A in their ... These animals are top predators and include the polar bear, Arctic fox, bearded seal, and glaucous gull. This ability to ... Diet - liver is high in vitamin A. The liver of certain animals - including the polar bear, bearded seal, walrus, moose, - are ...
*  Audio frequency
"Hearing Ranges of Laboratory Animals". American Association for Laboratory Animal Science. 46 (1): 20. Retrieved 19 September ...
*  Obligate parasite
Laboratory Animal Science 27:38-42. Pullin, R. (1995) "Adaptive" changes in the behaviour of parasitized animals: A critical ... Kilner, R. M., & Davies, N. B. (1999). How selfish is a cuckoo chick? Animal Behaviour 58:797-808. Sledge, M.F., Dani, F.R., ... Science 304(5668): 284-253. Cervo, Rita (December 2006). "Polistes Wasps and Their Social Parasites: An Overview" (PDF). Ann. ... Oikos 92: 91-100 Gould, S. J. & Vrba, E.S. (1982) Exaptation: a missing term in the science form. Paleobiology. 8:4-15. May, R ...
*  Tyzzer's disease
Laboratory Animal Science 44:424-429. Furukawa, T., K. Furumoto, M. Fujieda, and E. Okada. 2002. Detection by PCR of the ... Animals most commonly affected include young, stressed animals in laboratory environments, such as immature rodents and rabbits ... Although Tyzzer's disease is commonly found in laboratory animals worldwide, infected wild animal populations have been ... piliforme within the liver of the infected animal. In laboratory animals, prevention includes a low-stress environment, an ...
*  Armadillo
Scandinavian Journal of Laboratory Animal Sciences. 36 (2): 167-176. Retrieved 2015-07-22. Freeman, Patricia W.; Genoways, Hugh ... The underside of the animal is never armoured, and is simply covered with soft skin and fur. This armour-like skin appears to ... They dig their burrows with their claws, making only a single corridor the width of the animal's body. They have five clawed ... Armadillos are solitary animals that do not share their burrows with other adults. Family Dasypodidae Subfamily Dasypodinae ...
*  Elizabeth R. Griffin Research Foundation
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS); American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS); ... Canadian Association for Laboratory Animal Science (CALAS/ASCAL); CBRN Centres of Excellence; Center for Strategic and ... Asian Federation for Laboratory Animal Science (AFLAS); Asociación Mexicana de Bioseguridad (AMEXBIO); Associação Nacional de ... Federation for Laboratory Animal Science Associations (FELASA); Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); Food and Agriculture ...
*  Laboratory rat
1979). Three Variations of Hairlessness Associated with Albanism in the Laboratory Rat. Laboratory Animal Science, vol. 29, pp ... "Outbred rats - Sprague Dawley® Outbred Rat". Harlan Laboratories - Animal Research Laboratory - Contract Research Services. ... rats have served as an important animal model for research in psychology and biomedical science. Laboratory rats share origins ... Laboratory mouse Animal testing on rodents Morris water maze Rat genome database Vandenbergh, J. G. (1 January 2000). "Use of ...
*  Xylazine
Journal of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science. 52 (5): 567-70. PMC 3784662 . PMID 24041212. Meyer, GM; ... The duration of effects in animals lasts up to 4 hours. Xylazine users are more likely to be male, under the age of 30, living ... The accounts of the actions and uses of xylazine in animals were reported as early as the late 1960s and early 1970s. Since the ... Xylazine was approved by the FDA for veterinary use and is now used as an animal tranquilizer. In the United States, xylazine ...
*  Diphtheria antitoxin
Hau, Jann; Schapiro, Steven J.; Jr, Gerald L. Van Hoosier (2004). Handbook of Laboratory Animal Science, Second Edition: Animal ... "Our Formulary , Infectious Diseases Laboratories , CDC". www.cdc.gov. 22 September 2016. Archived from the original on 16 ...
*  Taenia pisiformis
Journal of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science. 40 (2): 45-48. "Cysticercosis". Michigan Department of ... Underhill, B.M. (1920). Parasites and parasitosis of the domestic animals. New York: Macmillan. p. 179. Han, Jennifer. "Taenia ... Owiny, J.R. (March 2001). "Cysticercosis in laboratory rabbits". ...
*  Helicobacter cholecystus
Handbook of laboratory animal science: Essential principles and practices. Vol. 1. CRC Press, 2002. Gyles, Carlton L., et al., ... Pathogenesis of bacterial infections in animals. Wiley. com, 2008. Helicobacter cholecystus at the Encyclopedia of Life LPSN. ...
*  Laboratory animal sources
American Association for Laboratory Animal Science "Sources of Research Animals". Library Index Science Encyclopedia. Retrieved ... suppliers of laboratory animals may include breeders who supply purpose-bred animals, businesses that trade in wild animals, ... The bunchers sell the animals to Class B animal dealers, who pay $25 per animal. The dealers then sell the animals to ... Animal shelters may also supply the laboratories directly. Some animal dealers, termed Class B dealers, have been reported to ...
*  Captivity (animal)
Contemporary Topics in Laboratory Animal Science. 42 (5): 21-23. PMID 14510519. (Subscription required (help)). Pet-Abuse.com ... This may include, for example, animals in farms, private homes, zoos and laboratories. Animal captivity may be categorized ... Today's zoos claim other reasons for keeping animals under human care: conservation, education and science. Captive animals, ... Definitions, 1911 CHAPTER 27 1 and 2 Geo 5; "...the expression "captive animal" means any animal (not being a domestic animal) ...
*  Autophagia
... and treating autophagia and self-mutilation in laboratory rats. American Association for Laboratory Animal Science, 40(2), 35- ... Similar behavior has been observed in laboratory rats in experiments looking at spinal cord and peripheral nerve injuries. The ... on the rat's limb because most animals avoid chewing anything with a bitter taste. After testing this mixture on 24 rats with ...
*  Cellulosic ethanol commercialization
... including the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and Idaho National Laboratory ( ... The Institute of Fermentation Technology within the Department of Food Science and Biotechnology at Hohenheim University has ... and has been tested as a high carbohydrate animal feed supplement and potential bio-based feedstock for production of numerous ... According to US Department of Energy studies conducted by the Argonne National Laboratory of the University of Chicago, ...
*  Avermectin
Contemporary topics in laboratory animal science / American Association for Laboratory Animal Science. 39 (2): 18-21. PMID ... They show activity against a broad range of nematodes and arthropod parasites of domestic animals at dose rates of 300 μg/kg or ... In 2002, Yoko Takahashi and others at the Kitasato Institute for Life Sciences, Kitasato University, and at the Kitasato ... Later that year, the isolated actinomycete was sent to Merck Sharp and Dohme Research Laboratories for testing. Various ...