Dukes’ Physiology of Domestic Animals 13th Edition
This book is made to continue the legacy of the first edition of The Physiology of domestic animals, with an attempt to offer students of vet medicine with a perfect textbook. Depending on the experience, this book is significant for students of animal husbandry. Additionally, the practitioners of veterinary medicines to maintain with the trend in physiology.
The initial editions were continued by the 3rd edition in 1935 with an enhanced format. Now the 13th edition offers students of veterinary medicine for their study in physiology and is significant for students who are studying animal husbandry and practicing veterinary medicine.
The book features:
Questions to provide essential information that should be followed.
Keywords are highlighted in bold color
Practicing exercises are offered at the end of every chapter that follows essential facts
The efforts made in 13th edition are evident in several ways. In the various sections, the chapters are prepared by a same author. It allows extensive reliability of presentation and content overlap is reduced.
An essential change is made for renal and respiratory concepts that were explained in a single chapter in the previous edition of Physiology of Domestic Animals.