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Noninfectious Diseases of Wildlife

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Edited By: GL Hoff, A Fairbrother and LN Locke
204 pages, 40 Illus, 12 tables
Noninfectious Diseases of Wildlife
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  • Noninfectious Diseases of Wildlife ISBN: 9781874545750 Edition: 2 Hardback Apr 1999 Out of Print #59300
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About this book

This book provides an introduction to disease problems - other than those of an infectious or parasitic nature - that afflict free-ranging and captive wildlife. Non-infectious diseases include the effects of toxic substances, physiological conditions, and trauma on wildlife. It covers a wide range of dangers to wildlife including lead poisoning and the effects of environmental estrogenic compounds, oil pollution, mercury poisoning, mycotoxins, geophagy, organochlorine pesticides, selenium, and cyanide.

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Forensic investigational techniques for wildlife law enforcement investigations; geophagy; mycotoxins; environmental estrogens - implications for reproduction in wildlife; cholinesterase-inhibiting pesticides; organochlorine pesticides; polychlorinated byphenyls; 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin; cyanide; lead poisoning of waterfowl and raptors; mercury poisoning in wildlife; selenium; oil pollution and petroleum toxicity wildlife; physical injury; shock; exterional myopathy (capture myopathy); amyloidosis; dental anomalies in mammals.

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Out of Print
Edited By: GL Hoff, A Fairbrother and LN Locke
204 pages, 40 Illus, 12 tables
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