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Impact of Ecological Changes on Tropical Animal Health and Disease Control

Edited by Edited by Bob H. Bokma (United States Department of Agriculture, Riverdale, Maryland), Edmour Blouin (College of Veterinary Medicine, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma), and Gervasio Henrique (Bechara, UNESP, Brazil)
Impact of Ecological Changes on Tropical Animal Health and Disease Control

Published: November 2004

Volume 1026

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The overall theme of this volume is the impact of ecological changes on tropical animal health and disease control. Areas addressed include ecosystem health and its effect on tropical animal health, factors influencing the host boundaries of disease agents, trends in tropical animal health, foot-and-mouth disease and its impact within the tropics, genomics and the use of vaccines to manage or eliminate disease threats, impacts on animal agriculture, and other related topics in tropical veterinary medicine.