The Biology of the Guinea Pig
The Biology of the Guinea Pig focuses on the use of the guinea pig as a substrate in research.
This book provides a comprehensive coverage of material related to applied care and management of guinea pigs and their diseases. Topics on guinea pig behavior, genetics, specific pathogen-free technique, biomethodology, and colony husbandry are also covered. This text likewise deals with the noninduced diseases of guinea pigs and use of the guinea pig in nutrition research, otologic research, toxicology, and teratology.
This publication is beneficial to the general scientific community that includes investigators using or considering the use of guinea pigs in research, veterinarians, students of veterinary medicine, professionals concerned with the care and management of guinea pigs, commercial producers of guinea pigs, and cavy fanciers.
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CHAPTER 12 PROTOZOAN PARASITES
CHAPTER 13 HELMINTH PARASITES
CHAPTER 14 THE ARTHROPOD PARASITES OF THE GENUS CAVIA
CHAPTER 15 NEOPLASTIC DISEASES
CHAPTER 16 MISCELLANEOUS DISEASE CONDITIONS OF GUINEA PIGS
CHAPTER 17 NUTRITION NUTRITIONAL DISEASES AND NUTRITION RESEARCH APPLICATIONS
CHAPTER 18 TOXICOLOGY AND TERATOLOGY
CHAPTER 19 AUDITORY RESEARCH
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