Defra and the Animal Plant and Health Agency are responsible for monitoring animal diseases both internationally and in the UK and produce regular reports on the current situation. He FanGR Committee has producedguidelines for developing a contingency plan for breeds at risk(i.e. considered to be kept for conservation purposes in case of a notifiable disease outbreak). Animal health policy is fully devolved to the Scottish Parliament and Scottish Ministers are responsible for the response to any exotic notifiable animal disease. Notifiable diseases are named in section 88 of the of the Animal Health Act 1981 or an order made under that act. We encourage good animal health and ensure appropriate contingency planning to cope with disease outbreaks. • The adaptive capacity of the organism and of the person is determined by interconnected energy-dependent biological, physiological, and social network processes that could be targeted to promote health.
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