By Alberto Oliverio (auth.), Dr. P. R. Wiepkema, Dr. P. W. M. Van Adrichem (eds.)
This booklet comprises the contributions to a workshop on pressure in cattle hung on April 17-18,1986 on the Pietersberg Con ference Centre Oosterbeek. The workshop used to be financed by means of the Commis sion of the ecu groups from its funds for the coordina tion of neighborhood Agricultural examine and the rural Uni versity of Wageningen (The Netherlands). Its target was once to collect specialists from diverse disciplines all having in universal that during a method or one other they have been fascinated by rigidity examine. one of these multidisciplinary come upon aren't simply offer an engaging description of modern wisdom on rigidity, but additionally advertise a extra built-in view on tension phenomena as they happen in larger vertebrates. during this workshop the subsequent fields of analysis have been relating to tension: endocrinology, immunology, pathology, neurobiology, ethology and theoretical bio logy. every one of those relationships used to be introduce& by means of one speaker featuring a concise state-of-the-art. a similar dating used to be elaborated via a moment speaker imposing the to be had wisdom so far as attainable to the farm animal scenario. consequently during this publication each one self-discipline is represented by way of a duo and brought through a few integrating remarks.
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Biology of Stress in Farm Animals: An Integrative Approach: A seminar in the CEC programme of coordination research on animal welfare, held on April 17–18, 1986, at the Pietersberg Conference Centre, Oosterbeek, The Netherlands by Alberto Oliverio (auth.), Dr. P. R. Wiepkema, Dr. P. W. M. Van Adrichem (eds.)