Feeding and Nutrition of Nonhuman primates - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780123273604, 9780323155946

Feeding and Nutrition of Nonhuman primates

1st Edition

Editors: Robert A. Harris
eBook ISBN: 9780323155946
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 1st January 1970
Page Count: 320
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Feeding and Nutrition of Nonhuman Primates is a report of a two-day meeting that aims to evaluate the knowledge and information regarding the diet of primates. The meeting also aims to recommend significant information necessary to accomplish a standardized diet for this species. The study of primates' diet is relevant, because it will serve as baseline data for biomedical research.
Comprised of 16 chapters, this volume starts off with the concept of selecting nonhuman primates in the biological research. The next topics are about the observations regarding the feeding behavior of the nonhuman primates and their nutritional status. Also discussed are the feeding problems encountered by imported primates. Other problem areas in the subject of diet and nutrition are also discussed, such as the effect of altering the dietary amino acids on the nutrition of a rhesus monkey and malnutrition during early life. The following chapters describe the nutritional requirements of nonhuman primates including macaque monkeys, Cebus monkeys, squirrel and woolly monkeys, marmosets, and baboons. The observations regarding their feeding behavior are also discussed. Topics regarding nutritional deficiency diseases as well as their syndromes and diseases affecting their usefulness in nutrition research are also covered in this book.

This compilation of research is a relevant resource for professionals, scientists, and researchers in primate studies and biological/biomedical research.

Table of Contents

Contributors Preface The Selection of Nonhuman Primates in Biological Research Feeding Behavior of Nonhuman Primates in the Wild Nutritional Status and Problems of Feeding Newly Imported Primates The Effect of Alteration of Dietary Amino Acids on the Nutrition of the Infant Rhesus Monkey A Primate Model for the Study of Malnutrition during Early Life Nutritional Requirements (NRC) of Nonhuman Primates Nutritional Requirements of Macaque Monkeys Nutritional Requirements of Cebus Monkeys Nutritional Requirements of Squirrel and Woolly Monkeys Nutritional Requirements of Marmosets Observations of the Feeding of Baboons Syndromes of Nutritional Deficiency Disease in Nonhuman Primates Diseases Affecting the Usefulness of Nonhuman Primates for Nutrition Research Natural versus Purified Diets in Research with Nonhuman Primates Organoleptic and Other Characteristics of Diet Which Influence Acceptance by Nonhuman Primates The Preparation, Use, and Nutrient Stability of Nonhuman Primate Diets Subject index

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No. of pages:
320
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Academic Press 1970
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
eBook ISBN:
9780323155946

About the Editor

Robert A. Harris

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