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APPENDIX A Selected Bibliography Administration and Management, 82 Alternatives, 82 Amphibians, Reptiles, and Fishes, 83 Anesthesia, Pain, and Surgery, 83 Animal Models and Resources, 85 Biohazards in Animal Research, 85 Birds, 87 Cats and Dogs, 87 Design and Construction of Animal Facilities, 87 Enrichment, 88 Environmental Contaminants, 88 Ethics, 89 Euthanasia, 89 Exotic, Wild, and Zoo Animals, 89 Farm Animals, 90 General References, 91 Genetics and Nomenclature, 91 Laboratory Animal Care, 92 Laws, Regulations, Policies, 93 Nonhuman Primates, 93 Nutrition, 94 Other Animals, 95 Parasitology, 95 Pathology and Clinical Pathology, 96 81

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82 APPENDLY A: SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 96 Rodents and Rabbits, 97 Sample Size and Experimental Design, 98 Serial Publications, 99 Technical and Professional Education, 100 Welfare, 101 ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT Animal Care and Use Committees Bibliography. T. Allen and K. Clingerman. 1992. Beltsville, Md.: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library (Publication #SRB92-16). 38 PP Animal Care and Use: Policy issues in the 1990's. Niauonal institutes of Health/Office for the Protec- tion from Research Risks (NlH/OPRFt). 1989. Proceedings of NIH/OPRR Conference, Bethesda, Md. Cost Analysis and Rate Setting Manual for Animal Resource Facilities. Animal Resources Program (ARP), Division of Research Resources (DRR), National institutes of Health (NIH). 1979 revised. NIH Pub. No. 80-2006. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Health, Education and WeLfare. 115 pp. (Available from ARP, DRR, NIH, Building 31, Room 5B59, Bethesda, MD 20205). Effective Animal Care and Use Committees. F. B. Orlans, R. C. Sinunonds, and W. J. Dodds, etls. 1987. In Laboratory Animal Science, Special issue, January 1987. Published in collaboration with the Scientists Center for Animal Welfare. Essentials for Animal Research: A Primer for Research Personnel. B. T. Bemnett, M. J. Brown, and J. C. Schofield. 1994. Beltsville, Md.: National Agricultural Library. 126 pp. Guide to the Care and Use of Experimental Animals, Volume I, 2nd ed. E. D. Olfert, B. M. Cross, and A. A. McWilliam, eds. 1993. Ontario, Canada: Canadian Council on Animal Care. 211 pp. Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee Guidebook. NIH/OPRR. 1992. NIH. Pub. 92-3415. (IACUC duties, special considerations, federal regulations, references and resources.) Laboratory Animal Medical Subject Headings, A Report. NRC (National Research Council). 1972. A report of the ILAR (Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources) Committee on Laboratory Animal Literature. Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences. 212 pp. Reference Materials for Members of Animal Care and Use Committees. D. J. Berry. 1991. Beltsville, Md.: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agncultural Library (AWIC senes #10). 42 pp. ALTERNATIVES Altemative Methods for Toxicity Testing: Regulatory Policy issues. EPA-230/12-85-029. NTIS PB8- 6-113404/AS. Office of Policy, Planning and Evaluation, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Washington, DC 20460. Altematives to Animal Use nn Research, Testing, and Education. Of floe of Technology Assessment (OTA-BA-273). U.S. Gov. Printing Of rice. Washington, DC 20402. Alternatives to Current Uses of Animals in Research, Safety Testing, and Education. M. L. Stephens. 1986. Washington, D.C.: Humane Society of the United States. 86 pp. Alternatives to Pain in Expentnents on Animals. D. Pratt. 1980. Argus Archives. 283 pp. Animals and Alvernaoves in Testing: History, Science, and Ethics. J. Zurlo, D. Rudacile, and A. M. Goldberg. 1994. New York: Mary Ann Liebert Publishers. 86 pp.

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APPENDD A: SELECTED BIBLlOGRAPET 83 The Principles of Humane Experimental Techniques. W. M. S. Russell and R. L. Burch. 1959. London: Methuen & Co. 238 pp. (Repnnted as a Special Edition in 1992 by the Universities Federation for Animal Welfare.) AMPHIBIANS, REPTILES, AND FISHES Artificial Seawaters: Formulas and Methods. J. P. Bidwell and S. Spotte. 1985. Boston: Jones and Bartlett. The Care and Use of Amphibians, Reptiles, and Fish in Research. D. O Schaeffer, K. M. Kleinow, and L. Krulisch, eds. 1992. Proceedings from a SCAW LSU-SVM-sponsored conference, April 8-9, 1991, New Orleans, La. Greenbelt, Md.: Scientists Center for Animal Welfare. Disease Diagnosis and Control in North American Marine Aquaculture. 2nd rev. ed. C. J. Sindermann and D. V. Lichtner. 1988. New York: Elsevier. 426 pp. Diseases of Fishes, Book 2A, Bacterial Diseases of Fishes. G. L. Bullock, D. A. Conroy, and S. F. Snieszko. 1971. Neptune, N.J.: T. F. H. Publications. 151 pp. Diseases of Fishes, Book 2B, identification of Fish Pathogenic Bacteria. G. L. Bullock. 1971. Nep- tune, N.J.: T. F. H. Publications. 41 pp. Diseases of Fishes. Book 4, Fish Immunology. D. P. Anderson. 1974. Neptune, N.J.: T. F. H. Publications. 239 pp. Diseases of Fishes, Book 5, Environmental Stress and Fish Diseases. G. A. Wedemeyer, F. P. Meyer, and L. Smith. 1976. Neptune, N.J.: T. F. H. Publications. 192 pp. Fish Pathology, 2nd ed. R. J. Roberts, ed. 1989. London: Saunders. 448 pp. Guidelines for the Use of Fishes in Field Research. C. Hubbs, J. G. Niclium. and J. R. Hunter. 1987. Joint publication of the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, the American Fisheries Society, and the American institute of Fisheries Research Biologists. 12 pp. Guidelines for the Use of Live Amphibians and Reptiles in Field Research. V. H. Hutchinson, ed. 1987. Joint publication of the American Society of ichthyologists and Herpetologists, The Herpetologists' League, and the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles. 14 pp. Information Resources for Reptiles, Amphibians, Fish, and Cephalopods Used in Biomedica Re- search. D. J. Berry, M. D. Kreger, J. L. Lyons-Carter. 1992. Beltsville, Md.: USDA National Library Animal Welfare information Center. 87 pp. Laboratory Anatomy of the Turtle. L. M. Ashley. 1955. Dubuque, loo a: Wm. C. Brown. 48 pp. Parasites of Freshwater Fishes: A Review of Their Treatment and Control. G. L. Hoffman and F. P. Meyer. 1974. Neptune, N J.: T. F. H. Publications. 224 pp. The Pathology of Fishes. W. E. Ribelin and G. Migaki, eds. 1975. Madison: University of Wiscon- sin. 1004 pp. ANESTHESIA, PAIN, AND SURGERY Anesthesiology: Selected Topics in Laboratory Animal Medicine. Vol. 5. S. H. Cramlet and E. F. Jones. 1976. Brooks Air Force Base, Tex.: U.S. Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine. 110 pp. (Available as Accession No. ADA 031463 from National Technical information Service, U.S. Department of Commerce, Spnngtield, VA 22161). Animal Pain. Perception and Alleviation. R. L. Kitchell, H. H. Erickson, E. Carstens, and L. E. Davis. 1983. Bethesda, Md.: Amencan Physiological Society. 231 pp. Animal Pain Scales and Public Policy. F. B. Orlams. 1990. ATLA. 18:41-50. Animal Physiologic Surgery. 2nd ed. C. M. Lang, ed. 1982. New York: Spunger-Verlag. 180 pp. Basic Surgical Exercises Using Swine. M. M. Swindle. 1983. New York: Praeger. 254 pp. Canine Surgery: A Text and Reference Work. 2nd ed. J. Archibald, ed. 1974. Wheaton, 111.: Ameri- can Vetennary Publicahons. 1172 pp. (Publisher is now located in Santa Barbara, Calif ).

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84 APPENDIX A: SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY Categones of invasiveness in Animal Experiments. Canadian Council on Animal Care. 1993. Guide to the Care and Use of Expenmental Animals. Vol. I (2nd ed.). Appendix SV-B. pp. 201-202. Comparative Anesthesia in Laboratory Animals. E. V Milled M Ben. and J. S. Cass. eds 1969 Fed. Proc. 28:1369-1586 and index. Experimental Surgery in Farm Animals. R. W. Dougherty 1981. Ames: Iowa State University Press. 146 pp. Expenmental Surgery: including Surgical Physiology. 5th ed. J. Markowitz, J. Archibald and H. G. Downie. 1964. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins. 659 pp. Expenmental and Surgical Technique in the Rat. H. B. Waynforth and P. A. F ecknell. 1992 New York: Academic Press. 400 pp. Fundamental Techniques in Veterinary Surgery. 3rd ed. C. B. Knocked, A. R. Allen, D. J. Williams, and J. H. Johnson. 1987. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders. 368 pp. Guidelines on the recognition of pain, distress and discomfort in experimental animals and an hy- pothesis for assessment. D. B. Morton and P. H. M. Griffiths. 1985. Vet. Rec. 116:431 -436. Laboratory Animal Anesthesia: An introduction for Research Workers and Technicians. P. A. Flecknell. 1987. San Diego: Academic Press. 156 pp. Large Animal Anesthesia: Principles and Techniques. T. W. Riebold, D. O. Goble, and D. R. Geiser 1982. Ames: Iowa State University Press. 162 pp. Pain, Anesthesia, and Analgesia in Common Laboratory Animals Bibliography, January 1980-De- cember 1986. F. P. Gluckstein. 1986. Bethesda, Md.: National Library of Medicine (Publica- tion #86-17). 45 pp. Pain, Anesthesia, and Analgesia in Common Laboratory Animals Bibliography, January 1987 - May 1988. F. P. Gluckstein. 1988. Bethesda, Md.: National Library of Medicine (Publication #88- 6) 9pp Recognition and Alleviation of Pain and Distress in Laboratory Animals. NRC (Nationa Research Council). 1992. A report of the institute of Laboratory Animal Resources Committee on Pain and Distress in Laboratory Animals. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. 137 pp. The Relief of Pain in Laboratory Animals. P. A. Flecknell. 1984. Lab. Anim 18:147-160. Research Animal Anesthesia. Analgesia, and Surgery. 1994. A. C. Smith and M. M. Swindle. Greenbelt, Md.: Scientists Center for Anima Welfare. Small Animal Anesthesia: Mosby's Fundamentals of Animal Hea th Technology. R. G. Wa ren, ed. 1982. St. Louis: C. V. Mosby. 376 pp. Sma I Animal Anesthesia: Mosby's Fundamentals of Ammal Health Technology. D. McKelvey and W. Hollingshead. 1994. St. Louis: C. V. Mosby. 350 pp. Small Animal Surgery. An Atlas of Operative Techniques W. E. Wingfield and C A Rawlings. eds. 1979. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders. 228 pp. Small Animal Surgical Nursing. 2nd ed. Mosby's Fundannenta s of Animal Health Technology D L. Tracy, ed. 1994. St. Louis: C. V. Mosby. 375 pp. Standards for AAEIA Hospitals. Amencan Animal Hospital Association. 1990. Denver: AAHA 71 PP Surgery of the Digestive System in the Rat. R. Lambert. 1965. (Translated from the French by B. Julient. Spnngfield, III.: Charles C Thomas. 501 pp. Surgical Procedures. Laboratory Animal Science Association. 1990. Pp. 3-15 in Guidelines on the Care of Laboratory Animals and Their Use for Scientific Purposes III. London: Universities Federation for Anitr.a Welfare. Textbook of Large Anima Surgery. 2nd ed. F. W. Oehme and J. E. Pner. 1987. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins. 736 pp. Textbook of Small Amma Surgery. 2nd ed. D Slatter. 1993. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders 2 Volumes. 2496 pp. Textbook of Veterinary Anesthesia. L. R. Soma, ed. 1971. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins. 621 pp.

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APPEND A: SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 85 Vetennary Anesthesia. 2nd ed. W. V. Lumb and E. W. Jones. 1984. Philadelphia: Lea and Febiger. 693 pp. ANIMAL MODELS AND RESOURCES Animal Models in Dental Research. J. M. Navia. 1977. University: University of Alabama Press. 466 PP AnimalModelsofDiseaseBibliography,January 1979-December 1990. C. P. Smith. 1991. Beltsville, Md.: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultura Library. 31 pp. Animal Models of Disease. K. J. Clingerman. 1991. Beltsville, Md.: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library. 31 pp. Animal Models of Thrombosis amd Hemorrhagic Diseases. ILAR (Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources) Committee on Animal Models for Thrombosis and Hemorrhagic Diseases. 1976. DREW Pub. No. (NIH) 76-982. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Depa tment of Health, Education and Welfare. (Available from the institute of Laboratory Animal Resources, National Research Council, 2101 Constitution Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20418). Animals for Medical Research: Models for the Study of Human Disease. B. M. Mit uka, H. M. Rawnsley, and D. V. Vadehra. 1976. New York: John Wiley and Sons. 591 pp. Bibliography of induced Animal Models of Human Disease. G. Hegreberg and C. Leathers, eds. 1981. Pullman: Washington State University. 304 pp. (Available from Students Book Corpora- tion, N.E. 700 Thatuna Street, Pullman, WA 99163). Bibliography of Naturally Occurring Animal Models of Human Disease. G. Hegreberg and C. Leath- ers, eds. 1981. Pullman: Washington State University. 146 pp. (Available from Students Book Corporation, N.E. 700 Thatuna Street, Pullman, WA 99163) The Future of Animals, Cells, Models, and Systems in Research, Development, Education and Test- ing. ILAR (Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources). 1977. Proceedings of a symposium organized by an ILAR conunittee. Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences. 341 pp. Inlemational index of Laboratory Anima .. 6th ed. 1993. Giving the location and status of over 7,000 stocks of laboratory animals throughout the world. Michael F. W. Festing, PO Box 301 Leices- ter, LEI 7RE, UK. 238 pp. Mammalian Models for Research on Aging. NRC (National Research Council). 1981. A report of the ILAR (Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources) Committee on Animal Models for Research on Aging Washington, D C.: Nationa Academy Press. 587 pp. Resources for Comparative Biomedical Research: A Directory of the DRR Animal Resources Pro- gram. Research Resources Information Center. 1991. Bethesda, Md.: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health. Spontar ecus Animal Models of Humam Disease. E. J. Andrews, D. C. Ward, and N. H. Altmam, eds. 1979. Vol. 1, 322 pp. Vol. 2, 324 pp. New York: Academic Press. BIOHAZARDS IN ANIMAL RESEARCH Animal-Associated Human Infections. A. N. Weinberg and D. J. Weber. 1991. Infectious Disease Clinics of North America 5:1 - 181. Biohazards and Zoonotic Problems of Primate Procurement, Quarantine and Research. M. L. Simmons, ed. 1975. Cancer Research Safety Monograph Senes, Vol. 2. DHEW Pub No. (NIH) 76-890 Washington, D C: U.S. Depa tment of Health, Education, and Welfare. 137 pp. Biologica Safety Mamual for Research involving Oncogenic Viruses. National Cancer institute. 1976. DHEW Pub. No. 76-1165. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Biosafety ir Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories. 3rd ed. Centers for Disease Control and

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92 APPENDLY A: SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY Genetics and Probability in Animal Breeding Expenments. E. L. Green. 1981. New York: Oxford University Press. 271 pp. Holders of inbred and Mutant Mice in the United States. Including the Rules for Standardized Nomenclature of inbred Strains, Gene Loci, and Biochemical Variants. D. D. Greenhouse. ed. 1984. ILAR News 27(2):1A-30A. Inbred and Genetically Defined Strains of Laboratory Anima s. P. L. Altman and D. D. Katz, eds 1979. Pa t 1, Mouse and Rat, 418 pp.; Pa t 2, Hamster. Guinea Pig, Rabbit, and Chicken, 319 pp. Bethesda, Md.: Federation of Amencan Societies for Expenmental Biology. International Standardized Nomenclature for Outbred Stocks of Laboratory Animals. Issued by the International Committee on Laboratory Animals. M. Festing, K. Kondo, R. Loosli, S. M. Poiley. and A. Spiegel. 1972. ICLA Bull. 30:4-17 (March 1972). (Available from the institute of Laboratory AnimaE Resources, National Research Council, 2101 Constitution Avenue, N W., Washington, D.C. 20418). Research-Onented Genetic Management of Nonhuman Primate Colonies. S. Williams-Blangero. 1993. Laboratory Animal Science 43:535-540. Standardized Nomenclature for Transgenic Animals. 1992. ILAR (Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources) Committee on Transgenic Nomenclature. ILAR News 34(4):45-52. LABORATORY ANIMAL CARE Animals for Research: Principles of Breeding and Management. W. Lane-Petter, ed. 1963. New York: Academic Press. 531 pp. The Biomedica investigator's Handbook for Researchers Using Animal Models. Foundation for Biomedical Research. 1987. Washington, D.C.: Foundation for Biomedical Research. 86 pp. The Experimental Animal in Biomedical Research. Volume 11: Care, Husbandry, amd Well-being, An Overview by Species. B. E. Rollin and M. L. Kesel, eds. Boca Raton, F a.: CRC Press. Guidelines for the Treatment of Animals in BehavioraE Research and Teaching. Animal Behavior Society. 1995. Anim. Behav. 49:277-282. Handbook of Laboratory Animal Science, 2 Vol. P. Svendson and J. Hau. 1994. Boca Raton, Fla.: CRC Press. 647 pp. Laboratory Anima Medicine. J. G. Fox, B. J. Cohen, and F. M. Loew, eds. 1984. New York: Academic Press. 750 pp. Laboratory Animals: An Annotated Bibliography of informational Resources Covering Medicine- Science (Including Husbandry)-Technology. J. S. Cass, ed. 1971. New York: Hafner Publish- ing. 446 pp. Laboratory Animals: An Introduction for New Experimenters. A. A. Tuffey, ed. 1987. Chichester: Wiley-lnterscience. 270 pp. Methods of Animal Expenmentation. W. I. Gay, ed. Vol. 1, 1965, 382 pp.; Vol. 2, 1965.608 pp.; Vol. 3, 1968, 469 pp.; Vol. 4, 1973, 384 pp.; Vol. 5, 1974, 4Q0 pp.; Vol. 6, 1981, 365 pp. Vol. 7, Part A, 1986, 256 pp.; Vol. 7, Part B. 1986, 269 pp.; Vol. 7, Part C, 1989, 237 pp. New York: Academic Press. Pheromones and Reproduction in Mammals. J. G. Vandenbergh, ed. 1983. New York: Academic Press. 298 pp. Practica Animal Handling. R. S. Anderson and A. T. B. Edney, eds. 1991. Elmsford, N.Y.: Pergamon. 198 pp. Practical Guide to Laboratory Animals. C. S. F. Williams. 1976. St. Louis: C. V. Mosby. 207 pp. Recent Advances in Gemm-free Research. S. Sasaki, A. Ozawa, and K. Hashimoto, eds. 1981. Tokyo: Tokai University Press. 776 pp. Reproduction amd Breeding Techniques for Laboratory Animals. E. S. E. Hafez, ed. 1970. Philadel- phia: Lea and Febiger. 275 pp.

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APPENDIX A: SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 93 Restraint of Animals. 2nd ed. J. R. Leaby and P. Barrow. 1953. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell Campus Store. 269 pp. The I rFAW Handbook on the Care and Mamagement of Laboratory Animals. 6th ed. UFAW (Uni- versities Federation for Animal Welfare). 1987. New York: Churchill Livingstone. LAWS, REGULATIONS, POLICIES Animals and Their Legal Rights. Animal Welfare Institute. 1985. Washington, D.C.: Animal Wel- fare Institute. State Laws Concerning the Use of Animals in Research. National Association for Biomedical Re- search. 1991. Washington, D.C. NONHUMAN PRIMATES Aging in Nonhuman Primates. D. M. Bowden, ed. 1979. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold. 393 pp. The Anatomy of the Rhesus Monkey (Macaca mulatto). C. G. Hartmam and W. L. Strauss, Jr., eds. 1933. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins. 383 pp. (Repnnted in 1970 by Hafner, New York). An Atlas of Comparative Primate Hematology. H. J. Huser. 1970. New York: Academic Press. 405 PP Behavior and Pathology of Aging in Rhesus Monkeys. R. T. Davis and C. W. Leathrus, eds. 1985. New York: Alan R. Liss. Breeding Simians for Developmental Biology. Laboratory Animal Handbooks 6. F. T. Perkins and P. N. O'Donoghue, eds. 1975. London: Laboratory Animals Ltd. 353 pp. Captivity and BehaviorPrimates in Breeding Colonies, Laboratories and Zoos. J. Erwin, T. L. Maple, and G. Mitchell, eds. 1979. New York: Vam Nostrand Reinhold. 286 pp. The Care and Management of Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) in Captive Environments. R. Fulk and C. Garland, eds. 1992. Asheboro: North Carolina Zoological Society. Comparative Pathology in Monkeys. B. A. Lapm and L. A. Yakovleva. 1963. Springfield, III.: Charles C Thomas. 272 pp. Diseases of Laboratory Primates. T. C. Ruch. 1959. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders. 600 pp A Hamdbook of Living Primates: Morphology, Ecology, and Behaviour of Nonhuman Primates. J. R. Napier and P. H. Napier. 1967. London: Academic Press. 456 pp. Handbook of Squirrel Monkey Research. L. A. Rosenblum and C. L. Coe, eds. 1985. New York: Plenum Press. 501 pp. Laboratory Animal Management: Nonhuman Primates. ILAR (Institute of Laboratory Animal Re- sources) Committee on Nonhuman Primates, Subcommittee on Care and Use. 1980. ILAR News 23(2-3):PI-P44. Laboratory Primate Handbook. R. A. Whitney, Jr., D. J. Johnson, and W. C. Cole. 1973. New York: Academic Press. 169 pp. Livmg New World Monkeys (Platyrrhtni). Vol. 1. P. Hershkovitz. 1977. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 117 pp. The Macaques: Studies in Ecology, Behavior, and Evolution. D. G. Lindburg. 1980. New York: Vam Nostrand Reinhold. 384 pp. Macaca mulatto. Management of a Laboratory Breeding Colony. D. A. Valeno, R. L. Miller, J. R. M. Innes, K. D. Courtney, A. J. Pallotta, and R. M. Guttmacher. 1969. New York: Academic Press. 140 pp. Nonhuman Primates in Biomedical Research: Biology and Management. B. T. Bennett, C. R. Abee, and R. Henrickson, eds. 1995. New York: Academic Press. 428 pp. Pathology of Simian Primates. R. N. T. W. Fiennes, ed. 1972. Part I, General Pathology; Pa t II, Infectious and Parasitic Diseases. Basel: S. Karger.

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94 APPENDIXA: SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY Primates: Comparative Anatomy and Taxonomy. Vol. 1-7. W. C. O. Hill, rd. 1953-1974. New York: Interscience Publishers. The Primate Malarias. G. R. Coatney, W. E. Collins, McW. Warren, and P. G. Contacos. 1971. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. 366 pp. Zoonoses of Primates. The Epidemiology and Ecology of Simian Diseases in Relation to Man. R. N. T. W. Fiennes. 1967. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson. 190 pp. NUTRITION Control of Diets in Laboratory Animal Experimentabon. ILAR (Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources) Committee on Laboratory Animal Diets. 1978. ILAR News 21(2):AI-A12. Effect of Environment on Nutrient Requirements of Domestic Animals. National Research Council, . 1981. A report of the Board on Agriculture and Renewable Resources Subcommittee on Envi- ronmental Stress, Committee on Animal Nutrition. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. 152 pp. Feeding and Nntrition of Nonhuman Primates. R. S. Harris, ed. 1970. New York: Academic Press. 310 pp. Feeds and Feeding. 3rd ed. E. Cullison. 1982. Reston, Va.: Reston Publishing. 600 pp. Nntrient Requirements of Beef Cattle. 6th rev. ed. NRC (National Research Council). 1984. Nutrient Requirements of Domestic Ammals Senes. A report of the Board on Agriculture Subcomminee on Beef Cattle Nntrition, Committee on Animal Nntrition. Washington, D.C.: National Acad- emy Press. 90 pp. Nutrient Requirements of Cats. rev. ed. NRC (National Research Council). 1986. Nntrient Require- ments of Domestic Animals Senes. A report of the Board on Agriculture and Renewable Resources Panel on Cat Nutrition, Subcommittee on Laboratory Animal Nut ition, Committee on Animal Nutrition. Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences. 88 pp. (See also Taunne Requirement of the Cat). Nntrient Requirements of Dairy Cattle. 6th rev. ed. NRC (National Research Council). 1989. Nntri- ent Requirements of Domestic Animals Senes. A report of the Board on Agriculture and Re- newable Resources Subcommittee on Dairy Cattle Nutrition, Committee on Animal Nntrition. Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences. 168 pp. Nutrient Requirements of Dogs. rev. ed. NRC (National Research Council). 1985. Nutrient Require- ments of Domestic Animals Series. A report of the Board on Agnculture and Renewable Resources Subcomminee on Dog Nntrition, Comminee on Animal Nutrition. Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences. 88 pp. Nutrient Requirements of Goats: Angora, Dairy, and Meat Goats in Temperate and Tropical Conn- tries, NRC (National Research Council). 1981. Nutrient Requirements of Domestic Animals Senes. A report of the Board on Agriculture and Renewable Resources Subcommittee on Goat Nutrition, Comminee on Animal Nutrition. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. 84 pp. Nntrient Requirements of Horses. 5th rev. ed. NRC (National Research Council). 1989. Nutrient Requirements of Domestic Animals Senes. A report of the Board on Agriculture Subcomminee on Horse .Nutribon, Committee on Animal Nutrition. Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences. 112 pp. Nutrient Requirements of Laboratory Animals. 4th rev. ed. NRC (National Research Council). 1995. Nutrient Requirements of Domestic Animals Series. A report of the Board on Agriculture, Subcomminee on Laboratory Animal Nntridon, Comminee on Animal Nutrition. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. 173 pp. Nutrient Requirements of Nonhuman Primates. NRC (National Research Council). 1978. Nutrient Requirements of Domestic Animals Series. A report of the Board on Agriculture and Renew- able Resources Panel on Nonhuman Primate Nutrition, Subcommittee on Laboratory Animal

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APPENDLY A: SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 95 Nutrition, Committee on Animal Nutrition. Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences. 83 pp. Nutrient Requirements of Poultry. 9th rev. ed. NRC (National Research Council). 1994. Nutrient Requirements of Domestic Animals Senes. A report of the Board on Agriculture Subcommittee on Poultry Nutrition, Committee on Animal Nutrition. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. 176 pp. Nutrient Requirements of Rabbits. 2nd rev. ed. NRC (National Research Council). 1977. Nutrient Requirements of Domestic Animals Senes. A report of the Board on Agriculture and Renew- able Resources Subcommittee on Rabbit Nutntion, Committee on Animal Nutrition. Wash ng- ton, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences. 30 pp. Nutrient Requirements of Sheep. 6th rev. ed. NRC (National Research Council). 1985. Nutnent Requirements of Domestic Animals Series. A report of the Board on Agnculture Subcommittee on Sheep Nutrition, Committee on Anima Nutrition. Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences. 112 pp. Nutrient Requirements of Swine. 9th rev. ed. NRC (National Research Council). 1988. Nutrient Requirements of Domestic Animals Senes. A report of the Board on Agriculture and Renev - able Resources Subcommittee on Swine Nutrition, Committee on Animal Nutrition. Washing- ton, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences. 104 pp. Nutntion and Disease in Expenmenta Animals. W. D. Tavernor. ed. 1970 Proceedings of a Sympo- sium organized by the British Small Anima Vetennary Association, the British Laboratory Animal Veterinary Association, and the Laboratory Animal Scientific Association. London: Bailliere, Tindall and Cassell. 165 pp. Taurine Requirement of the Cat. NRC (National Research Council). 1981. A report of the Board on Ag iculture and Renewable Resources Ad Hoc Panel on Taurine Requirement of the Cat, Committee on Animal Nutrition. Washington. D.C.: National Academy Press. 4 pp. United States-Canadian Tables of Feed Composition. 3rd rev. ed. NRC Nationa Research Council). 1982. A report of the Board on Agriculture and Renewable Resources Subcommittee on Feed Composition, Committee on Anima Nutrition. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. 156 pp. OTIIER ANIMALS The Care and Management of Cephalopods in the Laboratory. P. R. Boyle. 1991. Hens, U.K.: I diversities Federation for Animal Welfare. 63 pp. Handbook of Marine Mammals. S. H. Ridgway and R. J. Harrison, eds. 1991. New York: Academic Press. 4 Vol. Laboratory Amma Management: Marine Invenebrates. NRC (National Research Council). 1981. A report of the ILAR (Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources) Committee on Marine Invene- brates. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. 382 pp. The Marine Aquarium Reference: Systems and invertebrates. M. A. Moe. 1989. Plantation, Fla.: Green Tuttle Publications. 510 pp. The Principal Diseases of Lower Venebrates. H. Reichenbach-Klinke and E. Elkan. 1965. New York: Academic Press. 600 pp. PARASITOLOGY Parasites of Laboratory Animals. R. J. Flynn. 1973. Ames: Iowa State University Press. 884 pp. Vetennary Clinical Parasitology. 6th ed. M. W. Sloss and R. L. Kemp. 1994. Ames: Iowa State University Press. 198 pp.

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96 .4PPE\L)iX.4. SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY PATHOLOGY AND CLINICAL PATHOLOGY Atlas of Experimental Toxicological Pathology. C. Gopinath, D. E. Prentice, and D. J. Lewis. 1987. Boston: MTP Press. 175 pp. An At as of Laboratory Animal Haematology. J. H. Sanderson and C. E. Phillips. 1981. Oxford: Clarendon Press. 473 pp. Blood: Atlas and Sourcebook of Hematology, 2nd ed. C. T. Kapff and J. H. Jamdl. 1991. Boston: Little, Brown. 158 pp. Clinical Chemistry of Laboratory Animals. W. F. Loeb and F. W. Quimby. 1988. New York: Pergarnon Press. Clinica Laboratory Animal Medicine: An Introduction. D. D. Holmes. 1984. Ames: Iowa State University Press. 138 pp. Color Atlas of Comparative Veterinary Hematology. C. M. Hawkey and T. B. Dennett. 1989. Ames: Iowa State University Press. . Color Atlas of Hematologica Cytology. 3rd ed. G. F. J. Hayhoe and R. J. Flentans. 1992. St. Louis: hfosby Year Book. 384 pp. Comparative Neuropathology. J. R. M. Innes and L. Z. Saunders, eds. 1962. New York: Academic Press. 839 pp. Essentials of Vetennary Hematology. N. C. Jain. 1993. Philadelphia: Lea and Febiger. 417 pp. Immunologic Defects in Laboratory Animals M. E. Gershwin and B. Merchant, eds. 1981. Vol. 1, 380 pp.; Vol. 2, 402 pp. New York: Plenum. An Introduction to Comparative Pathology: A Consideration of Some Reactions of Human and Animal Tissues to injurious Agents. G. A. Gresham and A. R. Jennings. 1962. New York: Academic Press. 412 pp. Laboratory Profi es of Sma I Animal Diseases. C. Sodikoft. 1981. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Amencan Veter nary Publications. 215 pp. Outline of Veterinary C inica Pathology. 3rd ed. M. M. Benjamin. 1978. Ames: Iowa State Univer- sity Press. 352 pp. Pathology of Laboratory Animals. K. Benirschke, F. M. Gamer, and T. C. Jones. 1978. Vol. 1, 1050 pp.; Vol. 2, 2171 pp. Nev York: Springer ~ --lag The Pathology of Laboratory Animals. W. E. Ribelin and J. R. McCoy, eds. 1965. Springfield. III.: Charles C Thomas 436 pp. The Problems of Laboratory Animal Disease. R. J. C. Harris. ed. 1962. New York: Academic Press. 265 pp. Roentgen Techniques in Laboratory Animals. B. Felson. 1968. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders. 245 PP Schalm's Veterinary Hematology. 4th ed. O. W. Schalm and N. C. Jain. 1986. Philadelphia: Lea and Febiger 1221 FP Techniques of V etenna r Radiography. 5th cd. J P Morgan. cd Ames: Iowa State lining Erwin Press 482 pp Vetennary Clinical Pathology. 4th ed. E. H. Coles. 1986. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders. 486 pp. Veterinary Pathology. 5th ed. T. C. Jones and R. D. Hunt 1983. Philadelphia: Lea and Febiger. 1792 PP PHARMACOLOGY AND THERAPEUTICS Drug Dosage in Laboratory Anima s: A Handbook. R. E. Borchard, C. D. Barnes, L. G. Elthenngton. 1989. West Caldwell, N.J.: Telford Press. Handbook of Vetennary Drugs: A Compendium for Research and Clinical Use. I. S. Rossoff. 1975 New York: Spanger Publishing. 752 pp.

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