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The Musk Deer in China
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The Musk Deer in China
中国麝科动物
Language:  Chinese with English abstract
Author:  Sheng Helin Liu Zhixiao
Pub. Date:  2007-01 Weight:   kg ISBN:  9787532387946
Format:  Hardcover Pages:  222 pages with figures and photos
Subject:  Zoology > Mammals
Series:   Size:  195×265mm
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Musk deer (Moschus) are among the most valuable of the game animals of China. The secretion from the preputial gland of males, known as musk, is an indispensable ingredient of much traditional Chinese medicine. Musk is familiar not only because of its remarkable medicinal effects, but it also a favorite material for perfume manufacture. Over the long period of its use, musk has been credited with saving lives throughout history and among Chinese people is widely regarded as a key medicine.

What this monograph presents to readers is the conclusions from the scientific research undertaken by the author over last 20 years. The monograph covers the issues of the musk deer’s ecology, classification, farming and conservation, focusing on the restoration of the wild musk deer population as well as sustainable use of the domestic resource. The author’s conclusions are supported by an enormous amount of data from field investigations and laboratory research as well as from the study of captive stock, and the inclusion of pictures enhance its readability.





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