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         Zoology:     more books (100)
  1. Zoology Coloring Book by Lawrence M. Elson, 1982-05-15
  2. Integrated Principles of Zoology by Jr., Cleveland Hickman, Larry Roberts, et all 2007-10-12
  3. Invertebrate Zoology: A Functional Evolutionary Approach by Edward E. Ruppert, Richard S. Fox, et all 2003-08-07
  4. Integrated Principles Of Zoology
  5. Zoology by Stephen Miller, John Harley, 2009-09-08
  6. A Dictionary of Zoology (Oxford Paperback Reference) by Michael Allaby, 2010-03-19
  7. On the Study of Zoology (Dodo Press) by Thomas Henry Huxley, 2008-02-15
  8. Zombie Zoology: Zombie Anthology by Tim Curran, Ryan C. Thomas, et all 2010-05-07
  9. Exploring Creation With Zoology 2: Swimming Creatures of the 5th Day by Jeannie Fulbright, 2006-07-31
  10. Integrated Principles of Zoology by Jr., Cleveland Hickman, Susan Keen, et all 2010-10-01
  11. Zoology by Ben Dolnick, 2007-05-08
  12. There Is No Zoo in Zoology: And Other Beastly Mispronunciations by Charles Harrington Elster, 1988-11
  13. Exploring Creation with Zoology 1: Flying Creatures of the 5th Day (Apologia Science Young Explorers) by Jeannie Fulbright, 2005-08
  14. Zoology : An Introduction to The Animal Kingdom by R. Will; Fisher, Harvey I.; Zim, Herbert S. Burnett, 1964

1. University Of Michigan Museum Of Zoology
Museum collections and web resources related to biodiversity, insects, fishes, mollusks, mammals, birds, and reptiles/amphibians.
Site Map Staff Directory Student Directory Publications ... Links Museum of Zoology University of Michigan 1109 Geddes Avenue Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1079 museum divisions
WWW Museum of Zoology

2. Museum Of Comparative Zoology
Part of the Harvard University Museum of Natural History complex which collects and exhibits the variety and comparative relationships of animal life.
Scientific Collections
Biological Oceanography
Concord Field Station
Herpetology ...
Museum Publications
The Museum of Comparative Zoology was founded in 1859, through the efforts of Louis Agassiz (1807-1873). Agassiz, a zoologist from Neuchatel, Switzerland, served as the Director of the Museum from 1859 until his death in 1873. A brilliant lecturer and scholar, he established the Museum and its collections as a center for research and education.
Agassiz strove to illuminate the variety and comparative relationships of animal life. The Museum's twelve departments - Biological Oceanography, Entomology, Herpetology, Ichthyology, Invertebrate Paleontology, Invertebrate Zoology, Mammalogy, Marine Biology, Mollusks, Ornithology, Population Genetics, and Vertebrate Paleontology - continue with Agassiz' vision and also lead modern zoological research. The Ernst Mayr Library and its archives join in supporting the work of the Museum.

3. Physiological And Biochemical Zoology
Table of contents available since volume 69, 1996, abstracts added with volume 72, 1999. Fulltext access will be limited to subscribers beginning in

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4. Department Of Zoology University Of Toronto
Undergraduate, graduate and research programs ranging from molecular zoology to ecosystems.
LINK TO: About the Department Academic Positions Zoo News Zoo Board ... Zoology WebMail
Welcome to Zoology
at the University of Toronto
The Department of Zoology at the University of Toronto is committed to excellence in teaching and research, with undergraduate graduate , and research programs ranging from molecular to ecosystems. Our approach is integrative and comparative, with a focus on animal life. On our web site you will find basic information about: the department ; its people ; the services it provides for teaching and research; departmental events , including seminars; and news for and about the department's alumni We hope our web site proves useful, and welcome feedback CUPE 3902 Unit 3 Positions
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5. Vertebrate Zoology Home Page
Offers links to both course specific materials and a selection of related resources.
Welcome to the home page of Biology 209 (Vertebrate Zoology) at Old Dominion University. Although the page is designed for students in my course, I think other vertebratophiles () may find some of this material useful and interesting. If you have suggestions for links, please let me know
  • Course documents Earth history Links by taxon ...
  • Academic success
    Earth history
    To understand vertebrate evolution we must also have at least a basic understanding of how the earth itself has changed over geologic time. And that's easier with pictures to accompany written descriptions. So, to help you acquire a good set of mental images as well as the written material, check out
    • UCMP Web Time Machine from UC Berkeley's Museum of Paleontology provides easy navigation and good background on what was happening at different times during the erath's history.

    6. Zoology - Academic Info
    An annotated directory of resources concerning all subjects relating to zoology.
    Academic Info
    Zoology Gateway - Directory of Online Zoology Resources
    Sections include: Digital Publications ; Animal Studies ; Cloning ; General Links ; Zoological Databases ; Zoological Museums ; Fish Science ; Genome Projects ; Biodiversity ; Professional Organizations.
    Search Index Contact ... Sciences Zoology Huge Savings on Scholarly and General Books at our Bookstore Table of Contents
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    7. Zoology Information For Secondary School Students
    zoology Course Union (ZOOCU)

    8. Resources From
    Nomenclatural Glossary for zoology An alphabetical list of specialist terms. Guide to the Animal Kingdom for Students Educators
    Home About BiologyBrowser What's New Newsletter ... Promote Your Site Search BiologyBrowser Organism (ex. fungi)
    Subject (ex. biodiversity)
    Geography (region)
    All Counts of New and Changed Names Reported in Zoological Record Indicates trends in assigning names to new animals by taxonomists. Search the Index to Organism Names
    The Index to Organism Names project uses name data from the resources of BIOSIS and other collaborating organizations. Conferences
    Nomenclatural Glossary for Zoology

    An alphabetical list of specialist terms.
    For basic answers to who's who in the Animal Kingdom.
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  • 9. ADW: Equidae: Information
    Many details and links to information about the family Equidae.
    Overview News Technology Conditions of Use ...
    Kingdom Animalia Phylum Chordata Subphylum Vertebrata Class Mammalia Order Perissodactyla Family Equidae
    Family Equidae
    (asses, horses, and zebras)

    editLink('skunkworks/.accounts/200310302238') 2005/09/16 23:32:25.207 GMT-4 By Phil Myers and Liz Ballenger Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Subphylum: Vertebrata Class: Mammalia Order: Perissodactyla Family: Equidae Members of this Family This family, made up of the horses, asses and zebras, contains one genus with nine species. Domestic equids range worldwide; in the wild equids occur mainly in East Africa and the Near East to Mongolia. They inhabit a variety of habitats from lush grasslands and savanna to sandy and stony deserts. Equids are generally thick-skulled animals with stocky bodies. They are heavily haired, but the length of hair is variable. Most species have a mane on the neck and a lock of hair on the forepart of the head known as a forelock. Some are swift runners : these have long thin limbs with only one functional digit ( mesaxonic ). Equids walk on the tips of their toes (

    10. University Of Cambridge: Department Of Zoology
    Details of teaching, research, the museum, and the libraries.
    @import "/style/import.css"; Lectureships in Zoology (Three posts)
    Postgraduate training prospectus for 2006/07 is now available
    Information about: Useful links School of the Biological Sciences The Institute of Zoology Student Conference on Conservation Science Tropical Biology Association ... Email and telephone directory Departmental access only:
    Downing Street, Cambridge CB2 3EJ
    Telephone: +44 1223 336600 Fax: +44 1223 336676
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    11. Animal Diversity Web
    Sponsored in part by the Interagency Education Research Initiative, the Homeland Foundation and the University of Michigan Museum of zoology.

    12. Zoology Department - Natural History Museum
    A leading research center on taxonomy and systematics located in London, England.
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    Zoology department
    Pairs of species of Darwin's Finches from the Galapagos, showing the wide range of beak shapes that have earned these birds a famous place in evolutionary research The Department of Zoology deals with a wide range of taxonomic groups, ranging from microbes to baleen whales. The 120 staff have a heavy input into many aspects of research on systematics, using a variety of approaches - from traditional morphological studies to the latest molecular techniques. The Department's curators look after the collections, comprising 30 million specimens, 22 million of which are in spirit and stored in the special facilities of the new Darwin Centre.
    The Darwin Centre
    The Darwin Centre houses a large proportion of the staff and research laboratories of the Zoology Department, plus all of the Museum's wet collections. It is a new 'state of the art', environmentally friendly scientific facility. The laboratories and collections are separated by a central atrium into which natural light penetrates through an inflated plastic roof. The 22 million specimens comprising these collections are maintained in optimal conditions by the building management system. There is public access to part of building and a programme of tours and presentations.

    13. University Of Michigan Museum Of Zoology
    Links. Museum of zoology. University of Michigan 1109 Geddes Avenue 734764-0476 museum divisions WWW Museum of zoology

    14. U Of M Bird Division
    Collection of resources for people who conduct research on or need information about birds. Division personnel conduct research on the phylogenetic
    The Bird Collection News- New Cases
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    Bird Division
    Museum of Zoology

    University of Michigan

    1109 Geddes Avenue
    Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1079
    How to get here
    T he University of Michigan Museum of Zoology Bird Division is a collection of resources for people who conduct research on or need information about birds. The two Division curators and various graduate students conduct research on the phylogenetic relationships, evolution and behavior of a wide variety of birds using museum collections, molecular techniques, and captive and field studies. We actively maintain a collection of about 200,000 preserved specimens available for study by systematists and other scientists. We have a sound laboratory for analysis of bird vocalizations. Since 1930 the Bird Division has been the headquarters and provided space for the library of the Wilson Ornithological Society, an international organization devoted to the study of birds. The Division houses the books and periodicals on birds that are part of theUniversity library system, as well as the collection owned by the Wilson Ornithological Society. Together these extensive collections form one of the largest ornithological libraries in North America. For over 80 years the Bird Division has been a major center for ornithological research and graduate studies.

    15. Aplysia Laboratory Exercise
    Descriptive article about Aplysia. Part of a series of articles written about invertebrate species commonly used in invertebrate zoology teaching or research laboratories. By Richard Fox from Lander University.
    Invertebrate Zoology
    Laboratory Exercises Home page Biology 310 310 Lectures 310 Labs ... Glossary Invertebrate Anatomy OnLine
    Aplysia brasiliana
    Sea Hare
    Richard Fox
    Lander University Preface This is one of many exercises available from Invertebrate Anatomy OnLine an Internet laboratory manual for courses in Invertebrate Zoology. Additional exercises can be accessed by clicking on the link. A glossary and chapters on supplies and laboratory techniques are also available through this link. Terminology and phylogeny used in these exercises correspond to usage in the textbook by Ruppert, Fox, and Barnes (2004). Hyphenated figure callouts refer to figures in the textbook. Callouts that are not hyphenated refer to figures embedded in the exercise. The glossary includes terms from this textbook as well as the laboratory exercises. Systematics Mollusca P , Eumollusca, Conchifera, Ganglionura, Rhacopoda, Gastropoda C , Euthyneura, Opisthobranchia sC , Anaspidea O Aplysiidae F (Fig 12-125)
    Mollusca P
    Mollusca, the second largest metazoan taxon, consists of Aplacophora, Polyplacophora, Monoplacophora, Gastropoda, Cephalopoda, Bivalvia, and Scaphopoda. The typical mollusc has a calcareous shell, muscular foot, head with mouth and sense organs, and a visceral mass containing most of the gut, the heart, gonads, and kidney. Dorsally the body wall is the mantle and a fold of this body wall forms and encloses that all important molluscan chamber, the mantle cavity. The mantle cavity is filled with water or air and in it are located the gill(s), anus, nephridiopore(s) and gonopore(s). The coelom is reduced to small spaces including the pericardial cavity containing the heart and the gonocoel containing the gonad.

    16. MSU ZOOLOGY Integrative Animal Biology
    Welcome to the Department of zoology at Michigan State University. zoology is the branch of natural science that deals with the integrative study of

    17. Buffalo Museum Of Science
    Natural science museum with permanent, traveling and handson exhibits from anthropology, botany, geology, entomology, and zoology. Site has directions, hours, contact information and a calendar of events.
    Experience an exciting world of hands-on learning on the Greater Niagara Region. From dinosaurs to exotic insects, explore more than a dozen fun-filled exhibit halls tracing natural history specimens and artifacts. 2001 brings a full year of the Â’Bots. Three high-tech, robotic, traveling exhibiitions provide smart family fund for visitors of all ages! For more information visit our main Web site at htp://
    Contact Information Museum open Tuesday through Saturday
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    18. Michael's Zoology Information Site - Career In Zoology FAQ
    Michael's zoology Information Site provides information about pursuing a career in zoology, getting your zoology education, what zoology classes to

    19. Thomson BIOSIS
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    20. What-is Zoology
    zoology is a dynamic and expanding subject. zoology is a dynamic and expanding subject. zoology Tropical Ecology Dept home page

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