D.O. Johnsen, History.
D.K. Johnson, M.L. Morin, K.A.L. Bayne, and T.L.Wolfle, Laws, Regulations, and Policies.
R.A. Whitney, Taxonomy.
J.E. Turnquist and N. Hong, Functional Morphology.
L.E. Williams and I.S. Bernstein, Study of Primate Social Behavior.
L.A. Rosenblum and M.W. Andrews, Environmental Enrichment and Psychological Well-Being of Nonhuman Primates.
J.M. Erwin, B.D. Blood, C.H. Southwick, and T.L. Wolfle, Primate Conservation.
J.L. VandeBerg, Genetics of Nonhuman Primates.
A.G. Hendrickx and W.R. Dukelow, Reproductive Biology.
S.T. Kelley and A.S. Hall, Housing.
J.J. Knapke, D.E. Barnard, K.A.L. Bayne, S.M. Lewis, B.M. Marriot and O.T. Oftedal, Nutrition.
B. Dyke, Animal Identification and Record Keeping: Current Practice and Use.
T.M. Butler, B.G. Brown, R.C. Dysko, E.W. Ford, D.E. Hoskins, H.J. Klein, J.L. Levin, K.A. Murray, D. Rosenberg, J.L. Southers, and R.B. Swensen, Medical Management.
J.L. Southers and E.W. Ford, Part A: Preventive Medicine.
R.C. Dysko and D.E. Hoskins, Part B: Collection of Biological Samples and Therapy Administration.
H.J. Klein and K.A. Murray, Part C: Restraint.
B.G. Brown and R.B. Swenson, Part D: Surgical Management.
J.L. Levin, Part E: Special Techniques.
D. Rosenberg, Part F: Critical Care.
A.G. Hendrickx and W.R. Dukelow, Breeding.
S.R. Adams, E.E.S. Muchmore, and J.H. Richardson, Biosafety. Part A: General Biosafety Considerations. Part B: Zoonoses, Biohazards, and Other Health Risks. Part C: A Model Occupational Health Program for Person
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