Care of the Species

Care of the Species

In tackling the racial dimension of efforts to go “beyond the human,” this book reveals a far greater stratum of sameness than commonly assumed.

Author: John Hartigan Jr.

Publisher: U of Minnesota Press

ISBN: 9781452955490

Category: Social Science

Page: 376

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Across the globe, an expanding circle of care is encompassing a growing number of species through efforts targeting biodiversity, profoundly revising the line between humans and nonhumans. Care of the Species examines infrastructures of care—labs and gardens in Spain and Mexico—where plant scientists grapple with the complexities of evolution and domestication. John Hartigan Jr. uses ethnography to access the expertise of botanists and others engaged with cultivating biodiversity, providing various entry points for understanding plants in the world around us. He begins by tracing the historical emergence of race through practices of care on nonhumans, showing how this history informs current thinking about conservation. With geneticists working on maize, Hartigan deploys Foucault’s concept of care of the self to analyze how domesticated species are augmented by an afterlife of data. In the botanical gardens of Spain, Care of the Species explores seed banks, herbariums, and living collections, depicting the range of ways people interact with botanical knowledge. This culminates in Hartigan’s effort to engage plants as ethnographic subjects through a series of imaginative “interview” techniques. Care of the Species contributes to debates about the concept of species through vivid ethnography, developing a cultural perspective on evolutionary dynamics while using ethnography to theorize species. In tackling the racial dimension of efforts to go “beyond the human,” this book reveals a far greater stratum of sameness than commonly assumed.
Categories: Social Science

Nurses Care for One Species Veterinary Technicians Care for Them All

Nurses Care for One Species Veterinary Technicians Care for Them All

Veterinary Dot Grid Notebook Dot grid can be ideal as a guide for practicing handwriting and hand lettering, with the subtle guide allowing you to control the height and width of letters Perfectly sized at 6"x9" 120 page softcover ...

Author: George Paul

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 1099550998

Category:

Page: 122

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Veterinary Dot Grid Notebook Dot grid can be ideal as a guide for practicing handwriting and hand lettering, with the subtle guide allowing you to control the height and width of letters Perfectly sized at 6"x9" 120 page softcover bookbinding flexible Paperback
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Parental Care Evolution Mechanisms And Adaptive Significance

Parental Care  Evolution  Mechanisms  And Adaptive Significance

Among frogs and toads, at least 17 of the 27 families have postoviposition
parental care (Table II on page 110). In addition, five species of frogs (one
Leptodactylidae and four Bufonidae) have internal gestation in the oviduct.
McDiarmid (1978) ...

Author:

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 0080582869

Category: Psychology

Page: 715

View: 594

Advances in the Study of Behavior presents its first thematic volume, focusing on the physiological and behavioral mechanisms underlying parental care. The book discusses parental care both within and across taxa, with coverage of invertebrates and early vertebrates, fishes, amphibia, reptiles, mammals, birds, and nonhuman primates. A running theme throughout the chapters shows that parental care is anchored to the ecology, reproductive physiology, and embryonic development of a species. Coverage also includes mechanisms of parental care, including analysis of the stimuli that parents respond to and how parental care is initiated, maintained, and terminated. Individual differences within species are also explored, examining stable differences in maternal style, how they arise, and the consequences for both mother and infant.
Categories: Psychology

Poison Frogs

Poison Frogs

Author: Stefan Lötters

Publisher:

ISBN: 3930612623

Category: Frog culture

Page: 668

View: 783

Categories: Frog culture

Pediatrics of Common and Uncommon Species An Issue of Veterinary Clinics Exotic Animal Practice E Book

Pediatrics of Common and Uncommon Species  An Issue of Veterinary Clinics  Exotic Animal Practice   E Book

Vegetables, for macaque infants by age, 294 Venipuncture sites, in reptiles and
amphibians, 256 in ruminant neonates, 273 Vent sexing, for captive bird
breeding, 164 Ventricular septal defects, in penguins, 237 Vertebrae, in
chiropractic care, ...

Author: Kristine Kuchinski Broome

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 9781455744466

Category: Medical

Page: 220

View: 356

The busy exotic animal practitioner will find this unique issue packed with useful, practical information on the exotic animal pediatrics. The majority of the issue will cover anesthesia, nutrition, chiropracty, and pediatrics in psittacines, reptiles, fish, exotic hoofstock and small mammals.
Categories: Medical

The Ethics of Managed Care Professional Integrity and Patient Rights

The Ethics of Managed Care  Professional Integrity and Patient Rights

... level This is the species of justice most people think of immediately when the
issue of justice in health care arises. Here justice is expressed in two ways - first
in the allotment of resources within health care (macro allocation) across whole ...

Author: W.B. Bondeson

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789401704137

Category: Philosophy

Page: 185

View: 291

This collection provides a philosophical and historical analysis of the development and current situation of managed care. It discusses the relationship between physician professionalism and patient rights to affordable, high quality care. Its special feature is its depth of analysis as the philosophical, social, and economic issues of managed care are developed. It will be of interest to educated readers in their role as patients and to all levels of medical and health care professionals.
Categories: Philosophy

Just Health Care

Just Health Care

Needs and species - typical functioning One plausible suggestion for
distinguishing the relevant needs from all the things we can come to need is
David Braybrooke ' s ( 1968 ) distinction between ' course - of - life needs ' and '
adventitious ...

Author: Norman Daniels

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521317940

Category: Philosophy

Page: 245

View: 813

Norman Daniels examines the medical policies and heath care dilemmas.
Categories: Philosophy

The Other Insect Societies

The Other Insect Societies

7 Blattodea Cockroaches That Care Cockroaches are too easily overlooked by
the nonspecialist as a pest group of limited ... The order Blattodea consists of
about 4000 species , mostly detritivores , divided among five or six families and
two ...

Author: James T.. Costa

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 0674021630

Category: Nature

Page: 767

View: 223

In his exploration of insect societies that don't fit the eusocial schema, James T. Costa gives these interesting phenomena their due. He synthesizes the scattered literature about social phenomena across the arthropod phylum: beetles and bugs, caterpillars and cockroaches, mantids and membracids, sawflies and spiders.
Categories: Nature

Developmental Biology of Teleost Fishes

Developmental Biology of Teleost Fishes

2.2 EGG CARE Apart from pelagic eggs, all egg types are generally associated
with some type of egg care. This has ... For instance, variation in parental care in
one species, Ictalurus nebulosus. a freshwater catfish, revealed 56.2% biparental
.

Author: Yvette W. Kunz

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1402029950

Category: Nature

Page: 636

View: 951

In the compiling of this book, the vast literature dealing with the descriptive morphology, histology and cytology of teleost development has been combed and integrated. The book is divided into 21 chapters, starting with the egg and embryonic development up to hatching. This is followed by a description of ectodermal, mesodermal and entodermal derivatives and the development of various organs. The subject index, species index and the abundant illustrations add extra value to this long awaited book. Developmental Biology of Teleost Fishes will be a valuable tool for scientists and students in the fields of biology, developmental biology, molecular biology and fish biology.
Categories: Nature

Improving Care for the End of Life

Improving Care for the End of Life

Other species depend on the presence of the keystone species. When a
keystone species disappears or is replaced by a stronger species, the entire
ecosystem is transformed. In a sense, care of the dying is both a ''keystone'' and a
''keystone ...

Author: Joanne Lynn M.D.

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199748349

Category: Medical

Page: 464

View: 596

Health care professionals seeking to improve the quality of life for those living with serious illness and nearing the end of life will find exactly what their organization needs in the second edition of this acclaimed book by Dr. Joanne Lynn and her colleagues. Improving Care for the End of Life provides expert guidance on how to make significant improvements now, at all levels of the health care system from the bedside and the hospital to the health care policy and legislative arenas by using the rapid-cycle breakthrough approach to change. The ideas are proven, and the stories of teams that have put them to use will inspire and enlighten. New to the second edition: · New chapters to address issues of growing interest such as continuity of care, and the special needs of dementia patients and their loved ones. · Details on trajectories of care and how these affect decisions at the end of life · Updated and expanded information on pain management, advance care planning, ventilator withdrawal, depression and delirium, advanced heart and lung disease, and more · Scores of new insights, measurement approaches, and tips based on the experiences of hundreds of improvement teams nationwide · Thoroughly updated references The sourcebook speaks to all managers of health care systems serving people with serious illnesses, including doctors in offices, nurse managers on hospital units, social workers in long-term care facilities, administrators of home care and hospice agencies, hospital chaplains, directors of volunteer services, and others.
Categories: Medical

Treatment Of Depression In Managed Care

Treatment Of Depression In Managed Care

Managed care is the new environment in which mental health care is being
delivered. In biology, environments determine which species flourish and thrive,
and which species dwindle and decline. Harsh environmental changes may
cause ...

Author: Mark Mays

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135062613

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 256

View: 576

Published in 1997, Treatment of Depression in Managed Care is a valuable contribution to the field of Psychiatry/Clinical Psychology.
Categories: Health & Fitness

A Veterinary Technician s Guide to Exotic Animal Care

A Veterinary Technician s Guide to Exotic Animal Care

With this in mind, a technician must learn and become knowledgeable about
basic avian husbandry, diagnostic sampling, and patient care. Most veterinary
practices see only companion avian species (e.g., parrots, macaws, and
cockatiels) ...

Author: Thomas N. Tully

Publisher: American Animal Hosp Assoc

ISBN: 9781583261712

Category: MEDICAL

Page: 257

View: 177

Rev. ed. of: A technician's guide to exotic animal care / Thomas N. Tully Jr., Mark A. Mitchell. c2001.
Categories: MEDICAL

Care of Animals Used for Research Experimentation Exhibition Or Held for Sale as Pets

Care of Animals Used for Research  Experimentation  Exhibition  Or Held for Sale as Pets

Little scientific basis exists for the development of specific standards for handling
and humane treatment of many species of animals which would be included by
this bill in its present form . The greatest improvements may be made in the care ...

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture. Subcommittee on Livestock and Grains

Publisher:

ISBN: LOC:00172015244

Category: Animal welfare

Page: 109

View: 151

Categories: Animal welfare

Child Nurturance

Child Nurturance

The paper by Kleiman and Malcolm (1981) lists, for several mammalian species,
the type of mating system and the types of paternal care which have been
observed. Using huddling, retrieving, grooming, carrying, babysitting and
providing ...

Author: Hiram E. Fitzgerald

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461336051

Category: Psychology

Page: 274

View: 648

The underlying theme uniting the papers of this volume is the quest for a further understanding of human behavior. The similarities between the behaviors of other primates and humans have captivated us even before a science arose. But what is the justification for making such comparisons? Comparisons, like classifications, can be made on any basis whatever. The aim in making any scientific comparison is the same as doing a classification. That is, one attempts to make the comparison on a "natural" basis. Natural, in this case, means that the comparison reflects processes that occur in nature. The fundamental paradigm for making natural comparisons in biology is based on evolutionary theory. The evolutionary paradigm is inherently one of comparisons between and within species. Conversely, it is impossible to begin to make cross species comparisons without making, implicitly at least, evolutionary arguments. But evolution is a complex construct of theories (Lewis, 1980), and comparisons can be made out of different theoretical bases. F or the sake of this discussion we can combine varieties of sub-theories into two categories: those having to do with descent with modification, and those concerned with the mechanics of evolutionary change--notably natural selection.
Categories: Psychology

Sociobiology

Sociobiology

The pattern of parental care, being a biological trait like any other, is genetically
programmed and varies from one species to the next. Whether any care is given
in the first place, and of what kind and for how long, are details that can ...

Author: Edward O. Wilson

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 0674000897

Category: Science

Page: 697

View: 883

View a collection of videos on Professor Wilson entitled "On the Relation of Science and the Humanities" Harvard University Press is proud to announce the re-release of the complete original version of Sociobiology: The New Synthesis--now available in paperback for the first time. When this classic work was first published in 1975, it created a new discipline and started a tumultuous round in the age-old nature versus nurture debate. Although voted by officers and fellows of the international Animal Behavior Society the most important book on animal behavior of all time, Sociobiology is probably more widely known as the object of bitter attacks by social scientists and other scholars who opposed its claim that human social behavior, indeed human nature, has a biological foundation. The controversy surrounding the publication of the book reverberates to the present day. In the introduction to this Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Edition, Edward O. Wilson shows how research in human genetics and neuroscience has strengthened the case for a biological understanding of human nature. Human sociobiology, now often called evolutionary psychology, has in the last quarter of a century emerged as its own field of study, drawing on theory and data from both biology and the social sciences. For its still fresh and beautifully illustrated descriptions of animal societies, and its importance as a crucial step forward in the understanding of human beings, this anniversary edition of Sociobiology: The New Synthesis will be welcomed by a new generation of students and scholars in all branches of learning.
Categories: Science

Manual of Exotic Pet Practice

Manual of Exotic Pet Practice

There are more than 4000 known species of lizards.1 Lizards are one of the most
diverse and successful reptile groups living today and exist in a variety of ...
There is an abundance of misinformation about the captive care of lizard species.

Author: Mark A. Mitchell

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 9781416001195

Category: Medical

Page: 546

View: 273

This practical, user-friendly resource provides essential information on the care and treatment of exotic pets. Coverage includes common health and nutritional issues, as well as restraint techniques, lab values, drug dosages, and special equipment needed to treat exotic animals.
Categories: Medical

The Complete Guide to the Care of Macropods

The Complete Guide to the Care of Macropods

Even if the animal in care is a solitary species, such as the Swamp wallaby, when
raised with another macropod, it soon relates to the other animal in a positive
way. The joey reared on its own becomes more dependant upon the surrogate ...

Author: Lynda Staker

Publisher: Lynda Staker

ISBN: 9780977575107

Category: Animal rescue

Page: 437

View: 474

Categories: Animal rescue

Ecology and Evolution of Dung Beetles

Ecology and Evolution of Dung Beetles

One possible approach would be to artificially select on both the level of maternal
care and body size in this species and to examine the rate at which these traits
evolve.If maternal care promotes the evolutionof body size, lines selected for ...

Author: Leigh W. Simmons

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1444341987

Category: Science

Page: 368

View: 754

This book describes the evolutionary and ecological consequences of reproductive competition for scarabaeine dung beetles. As well as giving us insight into the private lives of these fascinating creatures, this book shows how dung beetles can be used as model systems for improving our general understanding of broad evolutionary and ecological processes, and how they generate biological diversity. Over the last few decades we have begun to see further than ever before, with our research efforts yielding new information at all levels of analysis, from whole organism biology to genomics. This book brings together leading researchers who contribute chapters that integrate our current knowledge of phylogenetics and evolution, developmental biology, comparative morphology, physiology, behaviour, and population and community ecology. Dung beetle research is shedding light on the ultimate question of how best to document and conserve the world's biodiversity. The book will be of interest to established researchers, university teachers, research students, conservation biologists, and those wanting to know more about the dung beetle taxon.
Categories: Science