1992

 

Comparative physiological responses to stressors in animals. Hattingh, J.; Petty, D. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A: Comparative Physiology, 1992, v. 101 (1), p. 113-116. ref. ISSN: 0300-9629.

            NAL call no: QP1.C6

            Descriptors: restraint of animals, stress, measurement, blood composition.

 

Ecological implications of metabolic biochemistry: Elephant parts and the third secret of life. Introduction. Suarez, R.K. Experientia, 1992, v. 48 (6), p. 535-536. ISSN: 0014-4754.

            NAL call no: 475 Ex7

            Descriptors: comprehensive zoology, whole animal physiology, biochemistry.

 

Efficacy of micellized natural alpha-tocopherol (vitamin E) in captive elephants. Stuart, R.L.; Ingram. K.A.; Dierenfeld, E.S.; Patton, R.S. AAZPA Regional Conference Proceedings, 1992, p. 265-271. ISSN: 0731-0439.

            NAL call no: QL76.5.U6A47

            Descriptors: care in captivity, nutrition, diet, biochemistry, vitamin E requirement.

 

Elephantine contraception. Lancet (British edition). 1992, v. 340 (8819), p. 583-584. ref. ISSN: 0099-5355.

            NAL call no: 448.8 L22

            Descriptors: elephants, contraceptives, reproduction control.

 

Origins and evolution. Shoshani, J. The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Elephants: From Their Origins and Evolution to Their Ceremonial and Working Relationship With Man. Eltringham, S.K. Salamander Books, London. 1991. P. 1-188: chapter pagination: 12-29.

            Descriptors: Proboscidea, evolution, Caenozoic, general work.

 

Serum vitamin E status in captive elephants during prolonged supplementation of micellized natural alpha-tocopherol. Wallace, Carolee; Ingram, Kathy A.; Dierenfeld, Ellen S.; Stuart, Robert L. American Association of Zoo Veterinarians Annual Proceedings, 1992, p. 388-394. ISSN: 0095-0610.

            NAL call no: SF605.A4

            Descriptors: diet in captivity, vitamin E supplement, serum levels, diet, nutrition.


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