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  1. Exploring Creation With Zoology 2: Swimming Creatures of the 5th Day by Jeannie Fulbright, 2006-07-31
  2. Zoology by Stephen A Miller, John P Harley, et all 2004-03-26
  3. Zoology by Ben Dolnick, 2007-05-08
  4. Digital Zoology Version 2.0 CD-ROM with Workbook by Jon Houseman, 2002-07-18
  5. Invertebrate Zoology Lab Manual (6th Edition) by Robert L. Wallace, Walter K. Taylor, 2002-04-05
  6. Exploring Creation with Zoology 1: Flying Creatures of the 5th Day (Apologia Science Young Explorers) by Jeannie Fulbright, 2005-08
  7. Invertebrate Zoology by Paul A. Meglitsch, Frederick R. Schram, 1991-01-17
  8. College Majors: A Complete Guide from Accounting to Zoology, <I>2d ed.</I> by Ellen Lederman, 2007-01-09
  9. General Zoology Laboratory Manual by Stephen A Miller, 2001-05-25
  10. Zoology by Stephen A. Miller, John P. Harley, 2006-06-01
  11. ... A comparative life history study of the mice of the genus Peromyscus, (University of Michigan.Museum of zoology.Miscellaneous publications) by Arthur Svihla, 1932
  12. There Is No Zoo in Zoology: And Other Beastly Mispronunciations by Charles Harrington Elster, 1988-11
  13. The Works of Charles Darwin, Volume 4: The Zoology of the Voyage of the H. M. S. Beagle; Part One: Fossil Mammalia, Part Two: Mammalia (Works of Charles Darwin, Vol 4/Parts 1 and 2 in 1) by Charles Darwin, Paul Barrett, et all 1987-11-01
  14. Toledo Fantastic Zoology Borges (1st)

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22. Zoology Home-Page.
The Department of zoology deals with a wide range of taxonomic groups, ranging from microbes to baleen whales. The 120 staff have
Enquiries Staff Research Collections ... On-line Resources 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.
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23. 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 ’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://
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24. Välkommen Till GUST - Global Underwater Search Team
The Global Underwater Search Team. In English or Swedish.
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25. Search CSUBIOWEB
Find electronic resources on biological sciences from agricultural science to zoology.
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26. Physiological And Biochemical Zoology, Electronic Edition
ELECTRONIC EDITION. (Formerly Physiological zoology). Published by the University of Chicago Sponsored by the Division of Comparative

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27. Department Of Zoology
The department has links with the Melbourne Zoo and other institutions. Includes seminar schedule and department photo.
'Zoology Mural' by Andor Meszaros, 1964
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28. Zoology II - Scientific Report
Sociobiology and Ethology site, featuring research on the evolution of altruistic behavior of insects. University of W¼rzburg.
Department of Behavioral Physiology and Sociobiology (Zoology II)
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29. Zoos
A brief overview of zoological practices from 4500 B.C. to the 20th century.
History of Zoology
Zoo also called Zoological Garden, or Zoological Park, a place where wild animals and, in some instances, domesticated animals are exhibited in captivity. In such an establishment animals can generally be given more intensive care than is possible in nature reserves or sanctuaries. It is not exactly known when the earliest zoos were established, but it is possible that they were associated with the first attempts at animal domestication.
4500 – 2500 BC
Pigeons were kept in captivity as early as 4500 BC in what is now Iraq, and 2,000 years later elephants were semi-domesticated in India. The earliest known examples of zoo management date back to the ancient Egyptians who began keeping wild animals. Antelopes, including the addax, ibex, oryx, and gazelle, are depicted wearing collars on Egyptian tomb pictures at Saqqara, dating from 2500 BC.
1500 BC
The pharaohs of later periods such as Tuthmosis III (1501-1447 BC) imported many animals to Egypt. Queen Hatshephut, his stepmother, organised expeditions to capture wild animals as far afield as Somalia. Those expeditions brought back monkeys, leopards, cheetahs, various birds, large cattle and even giraffe.
1000 BC
In China, the Empress Tanki, who probably lived about 1150 BC, built a great marble "house of deer"; and Wen Wang, who apparently reigned just before 1000 BC, established a zoo of 1,500 acres in extent, which he named the Ling-Yu, or Garden of Intelligence.

30. CSIRO PUBLISHING - Australian Journal Of Zoology
The Australian Journal of zoology is an international publication for original contributions to all branches of zoology, with an emphasis on the fauna of the
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    31. University Of Wisconsin - Madison - Zoology Department
    The Department of zoology at the University of WisconsinMadison, seeks a Faculty Associate who is committed to excellence in teaching introductory biology to
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    32. JSTOR: Systematic Zoology
    Systematic zoology. (continued by Systematic Biology) JSTOR Coverage Vols. Journal Information for Systematic zoology. Publisher Taylor Francis, Ltd.
    Systematic Zoology
    (continued by Systematic Biology JSTOR Coverage: Vols. 1 - 40, 1952-1991
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    33. Welcome To Connecticut College!
    Private liberal arts college founded in 1911 and offering undergraduate degrees, with majors and minors in courses from African Studies to zoology.
    CC´s Reunion 2004 brings hundreds of alumni home this weekend
    The CC Camel mascot and alumni kids cavort at Reunion Hundreds of Connecticut College alumni from seven decades will converge on the New London campus this weekend to celebrate Reunion 2004. Alumni can participate in a three-mile fun run or walk, play tennis, dance until morning, laugh at a comedy troupe, sing in a choir, meet the president of the college and their former professors and, of course, share meals and memories with their classmates for three days. The largest number will be alumni who graduated in the years ending in either 4 and 9. The Class of 1954 will celebrate its 50th anniversary. On Friday night, audiences can enjoy the improvisational comedy of the Chicago City Limits in Palmer Auditorium.  On both Friday and Saturday nights there will be dancing under a tent on the College Green until 1 a.m. continued Featured Sites Reunion 2004 Tribute to Rosemary Park Commencement 2004 Calendar of Events CC News CC professor receives grant to survey algae in freshwater lakes and ponds on East Coast Community invited to memorial service for Rosemary Park, former CC president Division III Swimming: Kate Kovenock Named to District 1 Team in COSIDA Academic All-America Program Chicago City Limits to perform improvisational comedy at CC on June 4 ... more... Feature Stories CC´s Reunion 2004 brings hundreds of alumni home this weekend Trustee chair endows professorship to honor excellence in teaching at CC CC senior follows beat of a different drummer, from Ghana to Yale to London

    34. MNHN's Scientific Publications
    Three research journals and four collections of monographs in botany, Earth sciences, zoology, biodiversity management, human sciences and history of science. Some tables of contents, abstracts and recent papers are available online.




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    The Annales were established in 1802 a steady output of peer-reviewed scientific journals and monographs has been maintained. three research journals and six collections of monographs in botany, Earth sciences, zoology, biodiversity management, human sciences and history of science. Results based on the collections of the Museum are given priority. The scientific evaluation and technical preparation of projects are handled by the Service des Publications Scientifiques (Division of Scientific Publications), which is also responsible for the management of back numbers, subscriptions and sales. Order Contact us Search

    35. Institute Of Zoology, Zoological Society Of London
    The Institute of zoology is the research division of the Zoological Society of London and conducts basic biological research which benefits the conservation of
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    Ant parasite queens abandon multiple mating
    A lthough females are traditionally thought to be monogamous, it has become increasingly evident that multiple mating by females is commonplace. In a new study scientists from the Institute of Zoology and Biological Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark describe extreme mating systems in two closely related ant species: females of one typically mate with ten males, an extraordinary number compared to most animals, whilst females of the other have reverted to single mating, a phenomenon that has not previously been described. This reversion can be attributed to a reduction in the benefits of multiple mating for females, shedding light on the mechanisms underlying the evolution and maintenance of female sexual behaviour. Ant parasite queens revert to mating singly
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    36. Home
    A graphical interpretation of J. L. Borges' Book of Imaginary Beings , covering fabulous creatures from folklore and literature.
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    A graphical interpretation of J.L. Borges "Book of Imaginary Beings" It is recommended to browse through ZF with:
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    37. PLAGIARISM Brochure
    Biology Program Guide 2003/2004. Welcome to the 2003 Biology Program Guide. Best wishes for a good academic year.
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    38. Zoology - Academic Info
    Academic Info zoology Gateway Directory of Online zoology Resources Sections include Digital Publications ; Animal Studies ; Cloning ; General Links
    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.
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    39. ScienceDaily Magazine: Your Source For The Latest Research News In Science, Heal
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    40. Department Of Zoology, Oregon State University
    INFORMATION About the Department. People. Undergraduate Advising. Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs. Research Courses. Alumni Library Resources.
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