2 edition of Standards for the breeding, care and management of laboratory rats found in the catalog.
Standards for the breeding, care and management of laboratory rats
Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources(U.S.). Committee on Standards.
1967 in Washington .
Written in English
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Coturnix (Coturnix coturnix japonica): standards and guidelines for the breeding, care, and management of laboratory animals. Washington, National Academy of Sciences, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: National Research Council (U.S.). Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources. Subcommittee on Avian. Consistently delivered quality programs of husbandry and veterinary care provide the foundation that enables valid scientific research. For proper management of research animals, the animal care and research staff must be responsible, sensitive to the animals’ health and well-being, well trained in the humane care and use of laboratory animals, highly motivated, experienced, . In this chapter, brief practical information is given, based on the extensive experience of The Wistar Institute in the breeding and care of albino and other rats for research purposes. For more detailed information, the reader is referred to a comprehensive monograph .
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Gnotobiotes: Standards and Guidelines for the Breeding, Care, and Management of Laboratory Animals. Chapter: Transportation and Consignee (User)/Consignor (Breeder) Responsibilities. Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook.
If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. RAT BREEDING COLONY MANAGEMENT SOP – Rat Breeding Colony Management Page 1 of 4 1. PURPOSE This Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) describes guidelines for the management of rat breeding colonies.
RESPONSIBILITY Principal investigator (PI) and their research staff, animal care staff and veterinary care staff. MATERIALS File Size: KB.
Laboratory rats, unlike wild ones, are year round breeders. care and management of laboratory rats book They Standards for the breeding omnivorous and will burrow if given the chance. Rats are intelligent animals that demonstrate a wide range of behavioral traits that are of interest in psychophysiological research (Barnett, ).File Size: KB.
Go to AFRMA Official Rat Standard Go to Rat Type Issues - Judging for examples of type problems. At present, all rats are shown in seven Varieties: STANDARD – With short, smooth, glossy hair. REX – With curly hair and curly whiskers. TAILLESS – Complete absence of a tail, similiar to the Manx cats.
HAIRLESS – Complete absence of hair. Wild rats act as a reservoir for several zoonotic agents. Whilst there are reported cases of laboratory and animal technicians contracting disease from laboratory rats these are relatively rare and most of them occurred several years ago before the intro- duction of the high-quality disease-free animals which are widely available for use today.
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Minimum Standards for Housing of Laboratory Mice, Rats, Guinea Pigs and Rabbits. Even in rat cages with grid floors in a room with efficient ventilation, the temperature will be " above room temperature, according to the position of the cage in the room (Clough, ). If bedding material is present, the animal can manipulate its own immediate environment and provide a warm nest for its Size: 2MB.
Code of Practice for the Housing and Care of Laboratory Mice, Rats, Guinea Pigs and Rabbits This code is made under The Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act and applies to all institutions breeding and using such animals for research, testing and teaching. Committee for the Update of the Guide for the Care.
and Use of Laboratory Animals Institute for Laboratory Animal Research. Microbial Status and Genetic Evaluation of Mice and Rats: Proceedings of the US/Japan Conference () Guidelines for the Breeding, Care and Management of Laboratory Animals ().
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This Book Care and management of laboratory rats book Important Information On Biology Of Sex And Reproduction; Sexual Cycles; Sexual Behaviour; Copulatory Interaction; Care Of The Embryo; Breeding In Rats And Mice; Breeding In Rabbits; Breeding In Dogs; Breeding In Cats; Breeding In Guinea Pigs; Breeding In Primates; Teratology Test Methods For Laboratory Animals Is One Of The Few.
Breeding and reproduction in rats can decrease because of factors such as age, malnutrition, abnormal light cycles, cold environment, cysts on the ovaries, tumors, and inadequate nesting material. Pregnant females may abort, abandon, or eat their babies because of inadequate food, lack of water, overcrowding in group housing, inadequate nesting.
The seminal reference on the care of laboratory and captive animals, The UFAW Handbook on the Care and Management of Laboratory and Other Research Animals is a must-have for anyone working in this field.
The UFAW Handbook has been the definitive text since Written for an international audience, it contains contributions from experts from around the world. The laboratory rat has long been used in experimental physiology and has made significant contributions to several complex areas of mammalian biology.
This chapter presents the taxonomy of laboratory rat and discusses its stocks and strains. Rats are rodents, and thus members of the largest family of mammals. Gnotobiotes: Standards and Guidelines for the Breeding, Care, and Management of Laboratory Animals.
Chapter: Production, Care, and Maintenance of Germfree Rats and Mice. Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Get this from a library. Rodents: standards and guidelines for the breeding, care, and management of laboratory animals; a report.
[National Research Council (U.S.). Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources. Subcommittee on Rodent Standards.; National Academy of Sciences (U.S.)]. Guidelines for Proper Conduct of Animal Experiments June 1, Science Council of Japan Preface The necessity of basic considerations for the handling of laboratory animals in Japan had been based on the Law for the Humane Treatment and Management of Animals (Law No.) and Standards Relating to theFile Size: KB.
Suggested Citation:"Front Matter."National Research Council. Gnotobiotes: Standards and Guidelines for the Breeding, Care, and Management of Laboratory Animals. Care of Laboratory Mice, Rats, Guinea Pigs and Rabbits Mice and Rats The laboratory mouse and rat are derived from a largely nocturnal burrowing and climbing ancestor who favoured building nests for temperature regulation and reproduction.
As such, they retain many of the traits of their wild counterparts, for example, grooming, exploratoryFile Size: KB.
RAT HOUSING GUIDELINES. Table of Contents. Purpose 2. Guidelines 3. References. Purpose. Rats are generally acquired as purpose-bred weanlings or adults directly from a vendor or from other research institutions. Sometimes it is necessary for investigators to breed rats in the Office of Laboratory Animal Care (OLAC) facilities or purchase File Size: 30KB.
Here we provide general information on the housing and husbandry requirements of commonly used laboratory rodents, including mice, rats, guinea pigs, gerbils and hamsters. More detailed guidance can be found in the resources and references provided. Basic requirements Mice Rats Guinea pigs Gerbils Hamsters Related resources References Basic requirements Basic.
CCAC guidelines: Mice 1 PREFACE The Canadian Council on Animal Care (CCAC) is the national peer-review organization responsible for setting and maintaining standards for the ethics and care of animals in science throughout Canada. The CCAC guidelines: Mice provides information for investigators, animal care committees, facility manag.
Code of Practice for the Housing and Care of Animals Bred, Supplied or Used for Scientific Purposes Contents Specific requirements of breeding animals 79 Section 3, Chapter 2: Mice, rats, gerbils, hamsters and guinea pigs 80 1 Advice applicable to all rodents 80 Environmental conditions 80 Health 81 Housing, enrichment and care Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources (U.S.).
Standards and guidelines for the breeding, care, and management of laboratory animals: chickens. Washington, (OCoLC) Online version: Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources (U.S.).
Standards and guidelines for the breeding, care, and management of laboratory animals: chickens. Laboratory Animal Medicine, Third Edition, is a fully revised publication from the American College of Laboratory Medicine’s acclaimed blue book series. It presents an up-to-date volume that offers the most thorough coverage of the biology, health, and care of laboratory animals.
This book brings researchers up to date on both of these aspects of laboratory investigation and provides a comprehensive resource manual for management of laboratory rodents. It reviews relevant laws and ethical considerations, and it examines the role and responsibilities of mandatory institutional animal care and use : $ Rat Colony Management Definitions i.
Adult Rat: Any rat that is of weaning age or older and able to eat solid food and drink from the water source. Rat Pup: Any neonatal or young rat up to 24 days of age. iii. Breeder Cage: Any cage that contains one male with one female, a female with a litter, or anyFile Size: 87KB.
ARRP Guideline Guidelines for the Housing of Rats in Scientific Institutions Animal Welfare Branch, NSW Department of Primary Industrie s, Locked Orange NSW Last Review Date: May 8, I.
Purpose This Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) outlines the animal care requirements associated with the daily husbandry of rats to ensure consistent and uniform care. This procedure applies to all personnel involved in the care of rats housed in static micro-isolator caging in the Laboratory Animal Resources (LAR).
Final Ppt - authorSTREAM Presentation. Animal Regulation - AWA: Animal Regulation - AWA Animal Welfare Act (AWA) (Public Law) is the principal Federal statute governing the sale, handling, transport and use of animals The AWA applies to all species of warm blooded vertebrate animals used for research, testing, or teaching, except for mice, rats.
Use of Laboratory Animals in Biomedical and Behavioral Research () Animals for Research: A Directory of Sources, Tenth Edition and Supplement () Amphibians: Guidelines for the Breeding, Care and Management of Laboratory Animals () Copies of these reports may be ordered from the National Academies Press () or () This chapter discusses the facility design, environment, and basic husbandry recommendations for the guinea pig.
Although general laboratory animal facility design and principles for rats, mice, and hamsters have applicability to the guinea pig, characteristics and behavior unique to this species have fostered implementation of new and/or adjunct husbandry practices to improve the care Cited by: 4.
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Critical Care Management for Laboratory Mice and Rats (Laboratory Animal Pocket Reference Book Cited by: 4. Rats, in particular, are very sensitive to ultrasound.
Laboratory rats and mice are very social animals, and as such, disruption to groups should be minimised. Young rats, in particular are very exploratory and active, and interact socially to an enormous degree.
Guinea pigs. Guinea pigs may appear nervous but are tame and can be handled easily. Breeding characteristics are strain- and environment-dependent. Establish normative breeding data for each strain at your facility to detect colony changes, identify deviations and maximize breeding efficiency.
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Laboratory animal care is the application of veterinary medicine and animal science to the acquisition of laboratory animals and to their management, nutrition, breeding, and diseases.
The term also relates to the care that is provided to animals as an aid in. The proper care and use of laboratory animals in research, testing, teaching, and production (animal use) require scientific and professional judgment based on the animals’ needs and their intended use. An animal care and use program (hereafter referred to as the Program) comprises all activities conducted by and at an institution that have a direct impact on the well-being of.
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Free UK p&p over £15, online orders only. Phone orders min. p.The Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals suggests that animals should be physically separated by species.
22 This practice is recommended to prevent transmission of disease between species and to remove interspecies conflict as a source of anxiety or behavioral change. The Guide also suggests, however, that species that are “behaviorally compatible” Cited by: 7.