by British Association for the Advancement of Science in London .
Written in English
|Contributions||British Association for the Advancement of Science.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||101|
Here is a cute little mini-unit to help your students learn about living and nonliving things. Here's what's included in this product: 2 living/nonliving sorts (one with just pictures and one with words and pictures) - living and nonliving headers for an anchor chart - 10 real photographs to use with your anchor chart or in a pocket chart station - word wall vocabulary cards - Living. A book published by Palgrave Macmillan sheds new light on one of the greatest controversies in animal ethics. Few ethical issues create as much controversy as invasive experiments on animals. Some scientists claim they are essential for combating major human diseases, or detecting human toxins. The earliest references to animal testing are found in the writings of the Greeks in the 2nd and 4th centuries BC. Aristotle and Erasistratus were among the first to perform experiments on living animals. Galen, a 2nd-century Roman physician, dissected pigs and goats; he is known as the "father of vivisection". Avenzoar, a 12th-century Arabic physician in Moorish Spain also Description: Around 50– million vertebrate . Vivisection: The Futility of Experiments on Living Animals. by M. Beddow Bayly (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — — $ Author: M. Beddow Bayly.
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