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Animal Biology and Care
The perfect study companion, Animal Biology and Care, 3rd Edition is specifically designed for students on animal care, animal nursing assistant and veterinary care assistant courses. This edition is fully updated with new course content, a refreshed design and colour illustrations throughout. Basic biological theory is introduced with diagrams for visual learners while photographs demonstrate the common practical procedures carried out by animal care assistants. Key features include: New content on exotic species, recognising the increasing number of these animals kept as pets. Extensive coverage of the Animal Welfare Act and recent advances in animal welfare. Written in line with course curricula, chapter summaries help you to remember key points and learning objectives. A companion website has interactive MCQs to help you test your knowledge.
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Identify the definition for the term zoonotic disease: A A disease that can be transmitted from humans to animals B A disease that can be transmitted to zoo animals only C A disease that is transmitted from zoo animals D A disease that can be transmitted from animals to humans [True] The correct answer is D. A zoonotic disease is one that can be transmitted from animals to humans, e. Salmonellosis, Rabies, E. A disease that can be transmitted from humans to animals is called an anthroponoses, and examples include the common colds which can be passed to primates and mumps which can be passed to dogs.
This edition is fully updated with new course content, a refreshed design and colour illustrations throughout. Basic biological theory is introduced with diagrams for visual learners while photographs demonstrate the common practical procedures carried out by animal care assistants. Divided into three main sections covering animal science and genetics, health and husbandry and nursing procedures, this book will help lay the foundations for a successful career in animal care and management!
Sue Dallas VN Cert. She has taught on bothveterinary nursing and animal care courses for over 22 years andhas been involved in a number of educational and examinationdevelopments in the UK and New Zealand. Sue has spoken atveterinary congresses both in the UK and around the world,promoting nursing and care of animals through training andeducation. Emily has taught across a range of subjects and has hadresponsibility for many different species. Emily has alsopreviously worked as an External Verifier in Animal Management forthe awarding body Edexcel.
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