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Parallel development with human medicine Table 2: Selected Infectious and
Parasitic Diseases of Animals animal(s) ... Diseases of animals remain a concern
of man principally because of the economic losses they cause and the possible ...
Such animals, which act as hosts, agents, and carriers of disease, are important
Role of do- in causing and perpetuating human illness. Because about
mesticated three-fourths of the important known zoonoses are asso- animals
ciated with ...
Draft Animals Before the Romans developed the waterwheel, man's only
supplements to or replacements for his own muscle power were animals he
trained to work for him. Even now, after the harnessing of steam, oil, and
electricity, over 80 ...
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