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Illustrated Toxicology: With Study Questions is an essential, practical resource for self-study and guidance catering to a broad spectrum of students. This book covers a range of core toxicological areas, including pesticides, radioactive materials and poisonous plants, also presenting a section on veterinary toxicology. Across 16 chapters, the book presents key concepts with the aid of over 250 detailed, full-color illustrations. Each section is supplemented with practical exercises to support active learning. This combination of clear illustrations and sample testing will help
The Illustrated Dictionary of Toxicologic Pathology and Safety Science provides descriptions of commonly used terms in toxicologic pathology with over 800 photomicrographs and illustrations to augment the written material. It also contains concise information, describing terms used in related areas such as anatomy, metabolism, drug development, and the allied fields of general toxicology. The definitions and descriptions were prepared and peer reviewed by editors and contributors who are known experts in toxicologic pathology, toxicology, and drug development.
The mortality problem; The nature of disease; The anatomy of the fowl;Poultry surgery; Diagnostic methods; Bacterial diseases; Virus diseases; Protozoan diseases; Nutritional disorders; Miscellaneous conditions; Poisons; Internal parasites; External parasites; Controlling flock mortality.
This comprehensive text on food chemistry and metabolism surveys molecular genetics. It is a narrative survey of basic food chemistry, basic nutritional research, food composition, food resource biochemistry and certain health implications of food constituents involved in both normal and abnormal nutritional conditions.
Vols. for 1971- include annual reports and statistical summaries.