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BSAS Ethical Policy British Society of Animal Science Ethical guidelines for research in animal science

  • S. Jarvis (a1), J.E.L. Day (a2) and B. Reed (a3)

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Animal science research is important in relation to our understanding of animals, their function and performance, and their relationships with their social and physical environments. Animal science research covers a wide range of disciplines and so can lead to the use of a variety of experimental techniques on animals for many different purposes. This has the potential to lead to a multitude of diverse ethical issues. Members of the British Society of Animal Science and authors of papers submitted to the Society for publication come from countries around the world and therefore are subject to differences in legislative requirements and recommendations regarding animal experimentation. These legal requirements, along with the ethical implications of the research must be fully considered before any experimental work is undertaken.

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BSAS Ethical Policy British Society of Animal Science Ethical guidelines for research in animal science

  • S. Jarvis (a1), J.E.L. Day (a2) and B. Reed (a3)

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