Chapter 2: What Is Disease?.
Chapter 3: What Causes Disease?.
Chapter 4: How Disease Is Detected, Described and Measured.
Chapter 5: Damage, Pathogenicity and Virulence.
Chapter 6: Defense, Resistance and Repair.
Chapter 7: Environmental Interactions.
Chapter 8: Transmission and Perpetuation of Infectious Disease.
Chapter 9: Noninfectious Disease: Nutrients and Toxicants.
Chapter 10: Effects of Disease on the Individual Animal.
Chapter 11: Effects of Disease on Populations of Animals.
Chapter 12: Diseases Shared with Humans and Domestic Animals.
Chapter 13: Disease Management.
Chapter 14: Round-up.
Scientific Names of Animals.
Journal of Wildlife Diseases
- A broad introduction to this multidisciplinary and multifaceted subject
- Provides a practical framework for those without a deep understanding of diseases in wild animals
- Describes an ecological approach to the health of wild animals, rather than a purely medical one
- Fully illustrated throughout