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At the William E. Brock Memorial Library. This is a class document used for the Center for Veterinary Health Sciences at the Oklahoma State University's third year DVM students' toxicology class (VMED 7533, Morgan).
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William E. Brock Memorial Library

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William E. Brock Memorial Library
102 McElroy Hall
Center for Veterinary Health Sciences
Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, OK 74078


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    Welcome

    Welcome to IEATPLANTS Living Laboratory, an instructional tool at the William E. Brock Memorial Library. It is used for the Center for Veterinary Health Sciences at the Oklahoma State University's third year DVM students' toxicology class.

    We are unable to provide reference assistance about individual situations. Please consult your veterinarian.

     

    Complete Guide to I EAT PLANTS

    The Complete Guide to IEATPLANTS Living Laboratory at the William E. Brock Memorial Library. It's used as a study aid for Dr. Morgans the third year toxicology exam at the Center for Veterinary Health Sciences at the Oklahoma State University.

    This was develped at Oklahoma State University Libraries by Heather K. Moberly and student assistants Heather Roberts Cameron and Jody Sovo Newton in support of Dr. Morgan's class.

     

    About the William E. Brock Memorial Library

    The William E. Brock Memorial Library is a branch of the Oklahoma State University Library system. It is located at the Center for Veterinary Health Sciences at the Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, campus.

    It serves veterinary students, faculty, and staff members; undergraduate students, Oklahoma veterinarians, and the public.

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