11 edition of Animal Experimentation and Testing found in the catalog.
by Enslow Publishers
Written in English
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This book explores the ethical controversies that have arisen over animal research, examining closely the complex scientific, philosophical, moral, and legal issues ers of animal research face a twofold challenge: they must make a compelling case for the unique benefits offered by animal research; and they must provide a rationale for why these benefits justify . Purchase Methods of Animal Experimentation - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , Book Edition: 1.
The debate over primate testing centers around two is- sues: the effectiveness of testing on primates and the ethical questions raised when using humanity’s closest living relatives for experimentation. Researchers and animal rights activists disagree on the medical con- tributions of primate testing. Animal experimentation and medical progress / (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, ), by William W. Keen (page images at HathiTrust) Animal resources: a research resources directory / (Bethesda, Md.: U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health, ), by Research Resources Information Center and.
Animal testing has long played a part in the science of testing, and it still plays a very important role in the medical world. Testing on animals in order to create a cure for AIDS is one thing, but testing on animals for human vanity is another. Animal testing is used to test the safety of a product. animal-rights movement, diverse individuals and groups concerned with protecting animals from perceived abuse or misuse. Supporters are specifically concerned with the use of animals for medical and cosmetics testing, the killing of animals for furs, hunting for pleasure, and the raising of livestock in restrictive or inhumane quarters, so-called factory farming.
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Animal Experimentation and Testing. -- Written in an evenly balanced pro/con format that explores all sides of a hot issue. -- Excellent for both research and reports, these books are a valuable resource for any current issues collection/5. Grade Experimenting on animals has been controversial since ancient times and many of the world's foremost philosophers have offered opinions Animal Experimentation and Testing book the matter.
Woods examines the history of the debate, presents the pros and cons of the issue, and supplies a wealth of information about legislation and government programs dealing with animals and laboratories.4/4(1).
Geraldine Woods's Animal Experimentation and Testing (Enslow, ) and David M. Haugen's Animal Experimentation (Greenhaven, ) are also good choices.-Cynthia M.
Sturgis, Ledding Library, Milwaukie, OR.4/4(1). Should animals be sacrificed for the benefit of humans. Author Geraldine Woods discusses both sides of the debate over this and other questions in this book.
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Shop : Geraldine Woods. Readers learn about the various philosophies on animal testing, what tests are used, and how they are performed. The book presents the pros and cons of animal testing Reviews: 1. Kathrin Herrmann is a veterinarian and expert for animal welfare science, ethics and law with focus on the 3Rs of animal experimentation.
She currently works for the Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing (CAAT) at Johns Hopkins University, MD, USA. Kimberley Jayne, PhD, has over a decade of research and educator experience working to enhance the welfare of animals. By analysing large numbers of animal experiments selected randomly — the ‘gold standard’ when assessing biomedical research, and reviewing over scientific publications, Knight is able to offer unprecedented insights into the contributions of animal experimentation to human healthcare, and the extent to which laboratory animals suffer.
About the book. Description. Methods of Animal Experimentation, Volume I, provides information on the most common methods for using animals as tools in the search for new biological knowledge. The techniques described will facilitate the most efficient use of research animals and provide guidelines for their utmost comfort and welfare.
'The Costs and Benefits of Animal Experiments is a must read for those who want to discover the truth about the use of animal models in medical research.
Using cold, hard facts not emotion Knight reveals the true cost not only to animals, but to human patients reliant on the results of animal : Palgrave Macmillan UK. by Nancy Day. The purpose in writing this book is to get people more aware of what goes on behind closed doors in the animal experimentation category.
This book does a great job of describing all the facts of experimentation on animals and also describing an alternative for the animals/5.
Animals and Medicine: The Contribution of Animal Experiments to the Control of Disease (Cambridge, UK: Open Book Publishers, c), by Jack H. Botting, ed. by Regina M. Botting (multiple formats with commentary at Open Book Publishers).
The one most widely used now is the National Research Council's Guide to the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals, which was first released in 29 The Guide deals with the logistics of animal experimentation, such as cage size, the use of anesthetics, and the review of proposed experiments, and with the institutional monitoring of animal use.
This open access book presents recent advances in the pure sciences that are of significance in the quest for alternatives to the use of animals in research and describes a variety of practical applications of the three key guiding principles for the more ethical use of animals in experiments – replacement, reduction, and refinement, collectively known as the 3Rs.
Author Geraldine Woods discusses both sides of the debate over this and other questions in Animal Experimentation and Testing: A Pro/Con Issue. In addition to a thorough description of the incidents, issues, and laws of animal experimentation, possible alternatives to testing on animals also are : Geraldine Woods.
Animal Experimentation in Research. 2 3 animal testing will also be necessary in future There have always been opponents to animal testing Now as well as in the past, opponents have accused re-searchers of viewing human beings as superior to animals Another critique.
Members of some groups that are opposed to animal testing and experimentation may also object to hunting and fishing; eating meat or other animal products; wearing fur, feathers, or leather; keeping animals as pets; or using animals for entertainment, as in circuses, zoos, movies, and rodeos.
Books with the subject: Animal Experimentation. Up to 20 books are listed, in descending order of popularity. Researchers need to know exactly what has been achieved and accepted in alternatives to animal testing in science and politics. In this book they have the opportunity to benefit from the knowledge and expertise of leading researchers and influential representatives of national and international regulatory authorities.
Animal Experimentation is an important book for all those involved in the conduct, teaching, learning, regulation, support or critique of animal-based research.
Whilst maintaining the clarity of style that made the first edition so popular, this second edition has been updated Author: Vaughan Monamy. 1 Introduction to Alternative Methods. At least million animals are thought to be used for scientific purposes every year, worldwide (Taylor et al., ).Animals are typically used to test whether an intervention will cause harm to humans or other animals of the same or different species, i.e.
safety testing; or whether it will work, i.e. efficacy : Katy Taylor.Readers learn about the various philosophies on animal testing, what tests are used, and how they are performed. The book presents the pros and cons of animal testing and some of the alternative methods to animal testing that scientists are developing today.on ‘animal testing and sales’ of cosmetic and toiletry products, but such testing still takes place in many countries throughout the world.
Genetic Engineering. Genetic engineering is the greatest growth area in animal experimentation. It involves the manipulation of genes – either within or between species (to produce transgenic animals).File Size: 45KB.