The Laboratory Mouse, Second Edition (HANDBOOK OF

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Sleep is a state of reduced awareness and responsiveness. Offering the VMD, Penn Vet is committed to innovative educational programs to train veterinarians and biomedical scientists; pioneer research and the discovery of new knowledge in the basic and applied sciences; and maintaining a strong commitment to specialized veterinary medical care and service. Physiological Cause may be a force from the environment, or something deviating from the norm within the body, that grossly disrupts homeostasis.

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Publisher: Academic Press; 2 edition (July 30, 2012)

ISBN: 0123820081

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