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The Resource Farm animals in research : can we meet the demands of ethics, welfare, science and industry?: proceedings of the conference held at the Waite and Roseworthy campuses of the University of Adelaide, 30 November - 1 December, 2000, edited by Robert Baker, Mark Fisher and Paul Hemsworth

Farm animals in research : can we meet the demands of ethics, welfare, science and industry?: proceedings of the conference held at the Waite and Roseworthy campuses of the University of Adelaide, 30 November - 1 December, 2000, edited by Robert Baker, Mark Fisher and Paul Hemsworth

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Farm animals in research : can we meet the demands of ethics, welfare, science and industry?: proceedings of the conference held at the Waite and Roseworthy campuses of the University of Adelaide, 30 November - 1 December, 2000
Title
Farm animals in research
Title remainder
can we meet the demands of ethics, welfare, science and industry?: proceedings of the conference held at the Waite and Roseworthy campuses of the University of Adelaide, 30 November - 1 December, 2000
Statement of responsibility
edited by Robert Baker, Mark Fisher and Paul Hemsworth
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Subject
Language
eng
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Farm animals in research : can we meet the demands of ethics, welfare, science and industry?: proceedings of the conference held at the Waite and Roseworthy campuses of the University of Adelaide, 30 November - 1 December, 2000, edited by Robert Baker, Mark Fisher and Paul Hemsworth
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
  • Caroline McMillen
  • The
  • use of analgesics in sheep /
  • S. Hughan ... [et al.]
  • Surgical research training using pigs and sheep as models
  • Beverly Fosh and Guy Maddern
  • The
  • effects of housing on behaviour and physiology of pigs and poultry
  • John Barnett
  • Are your experimental livestock "normal"? Minimizing the potential effects of experimental conditions on their physiology and behaviour
  • Attitudes to animal welfare and the environment
  • Andrew Fisher
  • Environmental enrichment for experimental farm animals : science and myths
  • Ellen Jongman
  • Xenotransplantation : a possible solution to the donor organ shortage?
  • Mark Nottle ... [et al.]
  • Biopharmaceuticals : the IMVS approach
  • Timothy Kuchel
  • The
  • welfare, behaviour and performance of growing pigs in a deep-litter, group-housing system
  • Rebecca Sargent
  • Neville Gregory
  • The
  • future of sheep production : balancing ethics, welfare, science and industry
  • Philip Hynd
  • The
  • use of agricultural animals to study animal diseases
  • Deborah Middleton
  • Aquaculture : the housing and handling of finfish and shell fish
  • Wayne Hutchinson
  • Feedlot research : do the ethical, scientific and industry requirements conflict?
  • Carol Petherick and Bob Kilgour
  • Human-animal interactions and their effects on research results
  • Crocodile farming : matching industry, research and animal needs
  • Bob Mayer and Bernie Davis
  • Farm animals in research : some moral queries
  • Andrew Brennan
  • Farm animals in research : the animal rights view
  • Suzanne Pope
  • The
  • culture and agriculture of animal production : a scientist's view
  • David Fraser
  • Paul Hemsworth
  • Cloning and transgenic animal production : where are we heading and why?
  • Simon Walker
  • The
  • sheep : an ideal model for biomedical research
Control code
6508522
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
iii, 131 p.
Isbn
9780958682152
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
000022969356
Label
Farm animals in research : can we meet the demands of ethics, welfare, science and industry?: proceedings of the conference held at the Waite and Roseworthy campuses of the University of Adelaide, 30 November - 1 December, 2000, edited by Robert Baker, Mark Fisher and Paul Hemsworth
Publication
Contents
  • Caroline McMillen
  • The
  • use of analgesics in sheep /
  • S. Hughan ... [et al.]
  • Surgical research training using pigs and sheep as models
  • Beverly Fosh and Guy Maddern
  • The
  • effects of housing on behaviour and physiology of pigs and poultry
  • John Barnett
  • Are your experimental livestock "normal"? Minimizing the potential effects of experimental conditions on their physiology and behaviour
  • Attitudes to animal welfare and the environment
  • Andrew Fisher
  • Environmental enrichment for experimental farm animals : science and myths
  • Ellen Jongman
  • Xenotransplantation : a possible solution to the donor organ shortage?
  • Mark Nottle ... [et al.]
  • Biopharmaceuticals : the IMVS approach
  • Timothy Kuchel
  • The
  • welfare, behaviour and performance of growing pigs in a deep-litter, group-housing system
  • Rebecca Sargent
  • Neville Gregory
  • The
  • future of sheep production : balancing ethics, welfare, science and industry
  • Philip Hynd
  • The
  • use of agricultural animals to study animal diseases
  • Deborah Middleton
  • Aquaculture : the housing and handling of finfish and shell fish
  • Wayne Hutchinson
  • Feedlot research : do the ethical, scientific and industry requirements conflict?
  • Carol Petherick and Bob Kilgour
  • Human-animal interactions and their effects on research results
  • Crocodile farming : matching industry, research and animal needs
  • Bob Mayer and Bernie Davis
  • Farm animals in research : some moral queries
  • Andrew Brennan
  • Farm animals in research : the animal rights view
  • Suzanne Pope
  • The
  • culture and agriculture of animal production : a scientist's view
  • David Fraser
  • Paul Hemsworth
  • Cloning and transgenic animal production : where are we heading and why?
  • Simon Walker
  • The
  • sheep : an ideal model for biomedical research
Control code
6508522
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
iii, 131 p.
Isbn
9780958682152
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
000022969356

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