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Titulos:
Veterinary medicine : an illustrated history / Robert H. Dunlop, David J. Williams.
ISBN:
0801632099
Lugar de Edición:
St. Louis :
Editor:
Mosby,
Fecha de Edición:
c1996.
Notas Formateada:
Large animals fascinate paleolithic artists -- Transition from hunting to herding and farming -- Domestication of animals -- Mesopotamia: first to depict animal doctors -- Animal care in ancient Egypt -- Roots of veterinary medicine in east Asia -- Animal use and veterinary origins in south Asia -- Ancient Greeks: intellectual founders of the health professions -- Animal doctors in ancient Rome -- The Byzantine Empire: a veterinary high point -- Arabian medical and veterinary progress.; Animals in the Dark Ages: Europe's gestation period -- Equine and canine medicine in medieval Europe -- Renaissance in medical science: Italian roots -- Marshals, horse doctors, cow leeches, and authors -- Logic in the control of plagues and the understanding of diseases -- Toward a scientific basis for comparative medicine -- The launching of European veterinary education -- An increasing demand for veterinary schools -- Livestock improvement by animal breeders -- Some animal plagues unmasked.; The heyday of pathogenic bacteriology and the discovery of viruses -- Boosting the host's defenses: the development of immunological products -- Intractable vector-borne hemoprotozoal parasitic diseases -- Horse-doctoring in the nineteenth century: the special contribution of Edward Mayhew -- Care of animals used in transport, war, and sport -- Darwin's natural selection and Mendel's fractional inheritance -- Early veterinary contributions to biomedical science -- Livestock production enhanced by veterinary specialists.; Veterinary roles in human and ecosystem health -- Companion animal medicine -- Bioethics, animal experimentation, and sentience -- Evolving veterinary careers: a spectrum of opportunity.
Palabras clave:
ANIMALES; ARABES; ARABIA; ASIA; BACTERIOLOGIA; BIOETICA; CABALLOS; DARWIN; DOMESTICACION; ECOSISTEMA; EDUCACION; EGIPTO; ENFERMEDADES DE LOS ANIMALES; EUROPA MEDIEVAL; GESTACION; GRECIA; HISTORIA DE LA MEDICINA VETERINARIA; IMPERIO BIZANTINO; INTRODUCCION A LA VETERINARIA; MESOPOTAMIA; PALEOLITICO; PERRO; PREHISTORIA; PRODUCCION ANIMAL; RENACIMIENTO; ROMA; SELECCION; Veterinary Medicine; Veterinary medicine; Veterinary medicine; VIRUS; ZOOTECNIA GENERAL

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