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Inventory number: 979777
2017. 30cm. Pp.350. Softbound.Presents what is currently considered best practice in the use of economics in animal health, and looks at where economics could be incorporated into animal health investments and programmes to ensure that the allocation of resources is both proportionate and timely. Understanding the socio-economic circumstances in which animal diseases emerge, are maintained and spread, is both a part of economic impact assessments and... View more info
Inventory number: 979585
Scientific and Technical Review 32 (2). 2013. 30cm. Pp.195. Softbound.Deals with the recognised need for better coordination of surveillance policies for animal health, food pathogens and foodborne diseases. Examines the role of Veterinary Services and highlights the need to work closely with the other services involved.Trilingual En / Fr / Es. View more info
Inventory number: 979613
2014. 30cm. Pp.550. Softbound.An up-to-date reference covering all infectious diseases in camelids.The book is divided into chapters on bacterial, viral, fungal and parasitic diseases ; each section containing information on aetiology, epidemiology, clinical signs, pathology, diagnosis, prevention and control. Essential reference. View more info
Inventory number: 979704
2015. 2 volumes. 30cm. Softbound.Volume 1 focuses on the most important arthropod vectors (insects and ticks) and describes their taxonomy, biology, competence and development. It begins by defining ‘vector’, ‘vector-borne disease’ and ‘emerging disease’ and provides explanations that are in line with the OIE understanding of these terms. The zoonotic risks of infections transmitted by arthropod vectors are also discussed, as is the genetic resistance... View more info
Inventory number: 979705
2016. 30cm. Pp.300. Softbound.Two-thirds of the world’s agricultural land is grassland, either because these areas have limited rainfall or because the terrain is mountainous. Most of these semi-arid and high-altitude ecosystems are not suitable for growing crops, so they are predominantly used for various types of mobile livestock husbandry. Such systems are the only way that these grasslands can become a source of human nutrition, as humans cannot digest gras... View more info