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Animal domestication and behavior
Edward O. Price.
 
Location
   
Online
       
Veterinary Medicine Library Call Number
  Stacks SF41 .P75 2002 (Browse Shelf) Available
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Description
  • ISBN: 0851995977 (alk. paper)
  • OCLC Number: 48906539
Notes
  • Includes bibliographical references (p. 230-282) and indexes.
Table of Contents

15. Social Environment -- Pt. V. Adaptation to the Physical Environment -- 16. Climate and Shelter -- 17. Use of Space -- Pt. VI. Behavioral Development, Feralization and Animal Welfare -- 18. Behavioral Development in Captive Animals -- 19. Reintroductions and Feralization -- 20. Welfare and Ethics.Pt. I. General Aspects -- 1. Why Study Domestication? -- 2. Domestication Defined -- 3. Approaches to the Study of Domestication -- 4. Pre-adaptations for Domestication -- Pt. II. Genetic Mechanisms Influencing Domestication -- 5. Inbreeding -- 6. Genetic Drift -- 7. Artificial Selection -- 8. Natural Selection in Captivity -- 9. Relaxation of Natural Selection -- Pt. III. Variation Under Domestication -- 10. Genetic Variability and Behavior -- 11. Morphological and Physiological Traits -- Pt. IV. Adaptation to the Biological Environment -- 12. Feeding and Drinking -- 13. Predation, Infectious Diseases and Parasites -- 14. Interactions with Humans --
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