1981

 

The housing of large animals in hot environments, cattle, horses, sheep, pigs, camels, elephants. MacFarlane, W.V. Environ Aspect Housing Anim Prod. London, Butterworths. 1981, p. 259-284. ill. 3 pg. ref.

            NAL call no: S217.E2 no. 31

            Descriptors: housing, large animals, hot environments.

 

How do elephants replace their teeth? Hooijer, D.A. Acta Morphologica Neerlando Scandinavica, 1981, v. 19 (3), p. 240. ISSN: 0001-6225.

            Descriptors: tooth replacement, teeth, dentition, horizontal versus vertical replacement.

 

Problems with immobilizing and anesthetizing elephants. Fowler, M.E. American Association of Zoo Veterinarians Annual Proceedings, 1981, p. 87-91. ISSN: 0095-0610.

            NAL call no: SF605.A4

            Descriptors: elephants, anesthesia, immobilization, review.

 

Rheumatoid arthritis in elephants - a review to date. Clark, H.W.; Laughlin, D.C.; Brown, T.M. American Association of Zoo Veterinarians Annual Proceedings, 1981, p. 95-100. ISSN: 0095-0610.

            NAL call no: SF605.A4

            Descriptors: elephants, bacterial diseases, rheumatoid arthritis.

 

Rhynchophthirina - ectoparasites of elephants. Moucha, P. Ziva, 1981, v. 29 (4), p. 144-145. ISSN: 0044-4812.

            Language: Czech.

            NAL call no: 409.6 Z6

            Descriptors: parasites, elephants, insects, diseases.

 

Studies on ringworm in common seals and an elephant. Choi, W.P. Korean Journal of Veterinary Research, 1981, v. 21 (2), p. 113-116. fig. ref.

            Language: Korean.

            NAL call no: 41.9 T12

            Descriptors: dermatophytes, hosts, elephants, infection.

 

Transport of elephants (correspondence). Joss, G.E. Veterinary Record, 1981, v. 108 (1), p. 22. ISSN: 0042-4900.

            NAL call no: 41.8 V641

            Descriptors: transport, elephants.

 

Wild elephants in captivity. Adams, J. Center for the Study of Elephants, Carson CA. 1981: p. 1-201.

            Descriptors: animals and man, care in captivity, reproduction, behavior, anatomy.


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