An excellent gateway to current research in veterinary sciences
Index Veterinarius is a comprehensive monthly subject and author index to the world's veterinary literature.
Index Veterinarius is a comprehensive index to internationally published research on veterinary medicine, including diseases and their treatment, microbiology, physiology, animal behaviour and welfare, food safety and veterinary history.
Content is obtained from over 3,500 serial publications and from books, conference proceedings, annual reports and theses that are indexed by subject and author, providing an inclusive guide to the world's veterinary literature. All relevant publications on pets, farmed animals, fishes, wild animals, laboratory animals and zoo animals are included.
Index Veterinarius contains approximately 21,000 records each year derived from CAB Abstracts, the original applied life sciences database. There are over 866,000 records stretching back to 1973.
Updates to this list are produced monthly. Designation of Open Access publications are currently available in the downloadable version.
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Applied Animal Endocrinology
by E J Squires
Hardback / 9781845937553 / £85.00 / $160.00 / €110.00
Animal Science Reviews 2010
by D Hemming
Hardback / 9781845938802 / £140.00 / $265.00 / €180.00
Finfish Aquaculture Diversification
by P Blier, C Carter, M Jobling, N Le François
Hardback / 9781845934941 / £135.00 / $255.00 / €175.00
Fishing for information in the global aquaculture community
Indus River Dolphin Conservation project
Solving the problem of tick damage for Africa's livestock
Helping Britain’s farmland biodiversity recover
Promoting better grazing to encourage birdlife and invertebrates
Understanding the agricultural and livestock market systems of the Earthquake regions