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Class Notes for VETS20015 at University of Melbourne

Foundations of Animal Health 2

VETS20015 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Dog Bite, Rhabdoviridae, Disease Surveillance
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Rabies Workshop Week 12 Rabies overview (handout 1 and online learning exercises) Questions on the nature of the disease 1. What is the aetiology (cause) of rabies? a. A virus belonging to the family Rhabdo...

Veterinary Medicine
VETS20015
Andrew Fisher
VETS20015 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Immunoassay, Ring Vaccination, Herd Immunity
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Diagnosis & control of infectious diseases Either going to do diagnostic testing to detect the agent or the immune response to the infection to diagnose What tests? Need an appropriate sample for appropriate detections ...

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Andrew Fisher
VETS20015 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Zoonosis, One Health, Aureus
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Week 12 Lecture Notes Infectious diseaseZoonoses and regular disease control and prevention Zoonoses an introduction Overview of Topic: Introduction to some new termsdefinitions Transmission and classification of zoonoses ...

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Andrew Fisher
VETS20015 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Dirofilaria Immitis, Animal Welfare, Protozoa
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Week 11 Subclinical disease treating disease Intended Learning Outcomes Differentiate between infectious agents of disease as causes of subclinical clinical disease Outline the importance of subclinical disease for anima...

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Andrew Fisher
VETS20015 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Herd Immunity, Endospore, Viral Envelope
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Week 11 Lectures Lecture 1 Interactions between infectious agents and other determinants of health What are the determinants of animal health? General Factors (likelihood animal will get infectious diease): Housingovercrow...

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Andrew Fisher
VETS20015 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Dna Replication, Chemical Energy, Eukaryote
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VETS Week 9 Lecture notes Introduction to infectious diseases in animals Bacteria Fungi Algae Protists Viruses Eukaryotes vs Prokaryotes Size o Eukaryotes 10100 microns o Prokaryotes much smaller 110 microns Metabolism o E...

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Andrew Fisher
VETS20015 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Genetic Disorder, Quantitative Genetics, Mutation Rate
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Vets Lecture Week 8 Inherited Disorders Inherited Disorders Video 1 Disorders run in families (Familial) IR (relatives) > IR (general population) o Because the incident rate in general is greater than general population do...

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Andrew Fisher
VETS20015 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Heterosis, Crossbreed, Breeder Reactor
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VETS Week 7 Lecture notes Video 1 Nonadditive genetic effects Cross breeding Crossbreeding Used a lot in pig industry, poultry industry and dog industry etc Advantages: Heterosis o Hybrid vigour o Notice that the average p...

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Andrew Fisher
VETS20015 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Animal Breeding, Quantitative Genetics, Embryo Transfer
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VETS Week 6 Lecture notes Introduction to animal breeding quantitative genetics Part A Genetic improvement using quantitative genetics has revolutionised animal production systems Enormous improvements to poultry, pig, m...

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Andrew Fisher
VETS20015 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Onychectomy, Noxious Stimulus, Animal Welfare
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Week 5 Lecture Notes Part 1: Welfare Husbandry procedures ILO: Analyse the effects on animal welfare of environmental conditions, social factors, management procedures human interaction A tale of two animals Think of anim...

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Andrew Fisher
VETS20015 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Sexual Maturity, Feather Pecking, Poultry Farming
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VETS Week 4 Lecture notes Environmental and Social Groups effects on animal welfare Environmental effects Intended Learning Outcomes Analyse the effects on animal welfare of environmental conditions, social factors, manage...

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Andrew Fisher
VETS20015 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cardiac Output, Pituitary Gland, Adrenocorticotropic Hormone
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VETS Week 3 Lecture notes Part 1 Measurement of animal welfare II Physiology Intended Learning outcomes Assess the welfare state of an animal or group of animals using objective, sciencebased information on animal physiolo...

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Andrew Fisher
VETS20015 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Live Export, Laboratory Mouse, Animal Welfare
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Week 2 Friday lecture Saving Mick Case Study o As a society our approach to animal welfare usually based on the context of the animal more so than the animal itself and capability to suffer o In victoria a wild dog can be ...

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Andrew Fisher
VETS20015 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Erythromycin, Methoprene, Silage

Week 11 lecture Infectious agents as a cause of subclinical disease in animals Infectious causes of disease Lectures from Glenn Browning (Microbiology) Robin Gasser (Parasitology) Bacteria Parasites Protozoa Cestodes Nema...

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VETS20015 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Environmental Health, Henipavirus, Rhabdoviridae

Week 10 lectures Zoonoses an introduction What are zoonoses ? Diseases of humans in which the infectious agent is acquired from animals and for which animals are the reservoir of infection Reservoir of Infection: the prin...

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Andrew Fisher

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