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  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. Zoology - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Recently, it has become more common to pronounce the first syllable as zoo . The word zoology originates from the Greek zoion, meaning animal, and logos,
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Branches of Zoology
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Notable Zoologists Georges Cuvier Charles Darwin
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History pre-Darwin post-Darwin view talk ... edit Zoology (from Greek: ζῴον, zoion , "animal"; and λόγος, logos , "knowledge") is the biological discipline which involves the study of animals
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The pronunciation of "zoology" is /zoʊˈɑləʤɪ/ ; however, an alternative pronunciation is /zuˈɑləʤɪ/ Traditionally (and more properly), the word was pronounced with the first syllable rhyming with "toe", followed by "-ology". Recently, it has become more common to pronounce the first syllable as "zoo". The word zoology originates from the Greek zoion , meaning animal, and logos , meaning study.
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The study of animal life is, of course, ancient: but as 'zoology' it is relatively modern, for what we call biology was known as ' natural history ' at the start of the nineteenth century. During the lifetime of

2. ScienceDaily: Zoology News
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3. ScienceDirect - Zoology, Volume 111, Issue 2, Pages 89-178 (15 March 2008)
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4. The Department Of Zoology At Michigan State University
The Department of zoology offers Graduate and Undergrauate programs in the integrative Study of Animal Biology.
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203 Natural Science Building, Michigan State University East Lansing, MI 48824-1115
Tel: (517) 355-4640 ~ Fax: (517) 432-2789 ~ zoology (at) msu (dot) edu Zoology is the branch of natural science that deals with the integrative study of animal biology. Research and coursework explores a wide range of biological questions in a diverse array of species, using cutting edge techniques in both the field and the laboratory. We are unified by an emphasis on research that integrates across levels of biological organization, and by our recognition of the explanatory power of evolutionary theory in understanding the complexity of organisms and ecosystems. Our undergraduate and graduate programs offer students a broad education in biology as well as opportunies to specialize in the particular aspects of zoology that interest them most.

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Zoology Department Mission statement ... other life science departments on campus . These include Biochemistry and Biophysics, Horticulture, Microbiology, and Fisheries and Wildlife. Graduate study in the biological sciences is rounded out by an interdisciplinary Molecular and Cell Biology Program and by the Center for Gene Research and Biotechnology. Shared facilities within this three-building complex include an electron microscope service facility, the Central Services Laboratory (state-of-the-art molecular biology equipment and services, plus access to off-campus monoclonal antibody facilities), computer facility, several types of invertebrate and vertebrate breeding facilities, green houses, and separate research museums of entomology, botany, and vertebrates. Off campus teaching and research facilities include the Hatfield Marine Science Center on Yaquina Bay, a desert research

6. Zoology
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  • 7. University Of Wisconsin - Madison - Zoology Department
    Information about the Department of zoology at the University of WisconsinMadison including faculty, research, graduate students, programs of study, news,
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    Research and teaching within the Department of Zoology focuses on all areas and all hierarchical levels of biology, including cell and molecular biology, neurobiology, genetics, organismal biology, ecology, evolution, and behavior. Department of Zoology
    250 N. Mills St.
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    Zoology News: Zoology TA applications now available for Summer and Fall 2008, due Apr 11 Seeking Zoology 101 Summer Lecturer
    ****PLEASE NOTE**** - We modified this lecturer posting which resulted in a new PVL number and, therefore, a new web link. Here is the current link: Congratulations to Emily Stanley on her Romnes Award!
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    8. Department Of Zoology, University Of Oklahoma
    The University of Oklahoma Department of zoology is committed to excellence in teaching and research.
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    2-Apr, John J. Wiens, Department of Ecology and Evolution, SUNY at Stoney Brook."Integrating Evolution, Ecology, and Historical
    Biogeography" More... Ecomunch
    1 April, Matt Dugas (ZOO): Now you see me now you don't: the evolution of transient ornamentation in nestling birds. More... Neuromunch
    April 4, Tom Ray. "The Chemical Architecture of the Mind" More...
    Zoology is now accepting applications for Graduate and Undergraduate Adams Scholarships (academic and summer). The application deadline is March 28. More Don Wilson received a 5-year $1.5 million grant from National Institute for Deafness and Communication Disorders to continue his research on neural mechanisms of odor perception. More Randy Hewes received a 3-year $403K grant from the National Science Foundation , "Molecular Mechanisms of Steroid Regulation in an Insect Endocrine System.

    9. Zoology - Wednesday, March 12, 2008
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    Check out the the Zoology archive! The Latest Comic 2005/04/15 - Welcome to the Zoo. Please don't feed the animals. 2005/04/20 - Chomps on the scene! 2005/05/04 - Ernest P. Ape debuts! 2005/05/13 - Shandy gets a puppy (sort of) Part 1 2005/05/16 - Shandy gets a puppy (sort of) Part 2 2005/05/23 - Angsty the Octopus debuts! 2005/06/01 - Lost dog Part 1 2005/06/03 - Lost dog Part 2 2005/06/06 - Lost dog Part 3 2005/06/08 - Lost dog Part 4 2005/06/10 - Lost dog Part 5 2005/06/13 - Lost dog Part 6 2005/06/15 - Lost dog Part 7 2005/06/17 - Lost dog Part 8 2005/06/20 - Lost dog Part 9 2005/06/22 - Lost dog Part 10 2005/06/24 - A Comic featuring a sea-turtle in a "slut" tank top! 2005/07/08 - The doting Guniea Pig dad debuts 2005/07/13 - The comic drawin' kid debuts 2005/07/18 - Laura debuts 2005/08/08 - It's the 50th comic folks! 2005/08/31 - Angsty gets a girlfriend...I think Part 1 2005/09/02 - Angsty gets a girlfriend...I think Part 2 2005/09/07 - Angsty gets a girlfriend...I think Part 3 2005/09/09 - Angsty gets a girlfriend...I think Part 4 2005/09/12 - Angsty gets a girlfriend...I think Part 5

    10. UF Department Of Zoology
    Department of zoology. 223 Bartram Hall PO Box 118525 UF Department of zoology ranked number one by The Chronicle of Higher Education for faculty

    Department of Zoology
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    11. The Zoology Dragon Theme Tune By Joel And Alex Veitch
    Rather than, as has previously been thought, a slow process of evolution, we now know that all animals were created by the zoology Dragon.
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    The Physics of Cows
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    Cows have a very high surface tension. Surface tension can be seen in water, in the way pond-skaters are able to skim across the surface of a body of liquid without sinking, and also in the way drops of water always tend towards spherical shape. In cows (and meat in general) the surface tension forces them to tend toward the shape of a cube. The forces at work in the cow are finely balanced, just allowing it to maintain cow-shape. However, if 2 cows should be allowed to touch each other, the surface tension will immediately force them to merge. This larger body of meat is unable to maintain its cow form against the surface tension forces now at work, and so will form a Cow Cube, or Cowube, pronounced “COWUUUUBE” with the mass of 2 cows.
    The seriousness of the implications of this phenomenon for the dairy industry, and the future of humanity, should not be underestimated. This Cowube, with its 2-cow mass, exerts enough gravitational force to suck in nearby cows of lower mass. As they touch the Cowube, they merge immediately with it, forming a Cowube of ever-increasing mass, exerting ever-increasing gravitational force on cows.
    Eventually, this vast and ever-growing cube of meat will implode under its own gravitational force, forming a singularity. This is why, as every astronomer knows, the surface of every black hole is always a cow.

    12. Department Of Zoology, University Of Hawai'i
    Department of zoology, University of Hawaii at Manoa offering a broad undergraduate and graduate curriculum in zoology.
    The focus of our research is Hawaii 's unique natural resources, especially its endemic and indigenous marine and terrestrial animals and their habitats.
    An outstanding natural laboratory of evolution, the biology of Hawaii presents opportunities to study the evolutionary process and the ecological relationships within the unusual communities found here.
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    By: Jaime Tanner "Behavioral and morpological development in a female-dominated species, the spotted hyena " Friday, April 4, 3:30 - 4:30 pm
    St. John 11 Other events Spring Seminar Schedule March 12-14, 2008: Albert L. Tester Memorial Symposium

    13. UCMP Glossary: Zoology
    zoology. Phylogenetics Geology Biochemistry Cell biology Ecology Life history zoology Botany Paleogeography
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    Phylogenetics Geology Biochemistry Cell biology ... Life history Zoology Botany Paleogeography abdomen Region of the body furthest from the mouth. In insects , the third body region behind the head and thorax. ambulacra Row of tube feet of an echinoderm amniotic egg n. An egg that can be laid on land due to the presence of a fluid-filled amniotic sac ( amnion ) that cushions and protects the developing embryo; amniote - n. Any of a group of land-dwelling vertebrates that have an amnion during embryonic development, including reptiles, birds, and mammals. anapsid n. A vertebrate distinguished by a skull with no openings in the side behind the eyes, e.g. turtles. anus End of the digestive tract, or gut, through which waste products of digestion are excreted, as distinct from the mouth. bipedal adj. Describes an animal that walks on two legs. biramous Arthropod appendages that are biramous have two branches, an outer branch and an inner branch. These branches may have separate functions; in crustaceans , for instance, the inner branch of a leg is used for walking, while the outer branch may be paddle-shaped or feathery and often functions as a gill. Contrast with

    14. Welcome To The MVZ
    Provides specimen data and archival materials from the collections of the University of California, Berkeley.
    Welcome to the MVZ website. Explore our collections, resources, research and educational activities... General Information
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    15. Resources Of Scholarly Societies - Zoology
    Links to websites of scholarly societies in zoology are given below. The URLStability Index for this collection of zoology sites is 43.0/47 = 91.5%.
    Last Updated: 2005, February 3 Zoology This is one of a set of subject pages in the Scholarly Societies Project , which facilitates access to websites of scholarly societies across the world. A set of guidelines is used in determining whether to include resources. Links to websites of scholarly societies in Zoology are given below. The URL-Stability Index for this collection of Zoology sites is 43.0/47 = . The URL-stability index for each site below is given graphically in the left-hand column as the URL-stability rank for that site. See also : the category. URL Stability Rank Society Name Abbrev. American Fisheries Society AFS American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists ASIH American Society of Primatologists ASP Animal Behavior Society = Animal Behaviour Society ABS Arachnologische Gesellschaft = Arachnological Society [In German. Includes German-speaking arachnologists from Germany, Austria and Switzerland.] AraGes Association for Tropical Lepidoptera ATL Association of Applied Insect Ecologists = Association of Applied IPM Ecologists [The Association is concerned with "effective pest control with a minimum impact to the environment, crop or people." IPM means "Integrated Pest Management".]

    16. Ask A Scientist - Zoology Index
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  • 17. University Of Michigan Museum Of Zoology
    Museum collections and web resources related to biodiversity, insects, fishes, mollusks, mammals, birds, and reptiles/amphibians.
    About UMMZ Personnel Publications Collections ... Herbarium Museum Divisions Through the efforts of University of Michigan faculty-curators and staff, the Museum of Zoology (UMMZ) develops and maintains excellent zoological and botanical science collections explicitly for use in research and education benefiting science, society, and the university. Organismal and genetic resource collections, at UM and elsewhere, are the best tangible record we have of life on Earth, providing a crucial resource for research and teaching about biodiversity, both now and in the future. Recently Published:
    Evolution in Everyday Life , by David P. Mindell ( more
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    Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1079
    Recent Publications Cover of Proceedings of the Royal Society A research team headed by Professor Diarmaid Ó Foighil, published "Prehistoric inter-archipelago trading of Polynesian tree snails leaves a conservation legacy" in Proceedings of the Royal Society B. Read the U-M News press release Albert, J.S and W.L. Fink. 2007.

    18. Zoology, NC State University
    The Department of zoology at North Carolina State University. We provide educational opportunities to undergraduate and graduate students and conduct world
    Monday March 31, 2008 Welcome to the Department of Zoology at North Carolina State University. We provide educational opportunities to undergraduate and graduate students and conduct world class, fundamental research in areas of modern biology from the molecular to the ecosystem level. For an overview of Zoology
    Our graduate students receive training in areas of biology that are represented by faculty expertise in behavior, conservation, cells and development, ecology, evolution, fisheries, neurobiology, and physiology. To learn more about our graduate programs
    The Department's research portfolio is strong and diverse. Funding agencies that sponsor research within the Department include The National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency, N.C. Sea Grant, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Environmental Protection Agency, Department of the Interior, Department of Defense, W.M. Keck Foundation, and other state, federal and international organizations. Read more about the research programs
    Nearly 300 undergraduate students major in Zoology, pursuing a broad program of introductory courses as well as the opportunity to specialize in Ecology/Evolution/Conservation, Fisheries Biology, or Organismal Biology, Behavior/Neurobiology/Integrative Physiology. Our curricula aim to prepare well-trained students for a variety of careers in animal biology or medicine/allied health fields. Learn more about each

    19. Encyclopedia Smithsonian: Zoology
    zoology. Explore and Learn History and Culture. zoology .. Invertebrate zoology Conducts original research on all 30 major invertebrate animal groups
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    Exhibitions ... Science and Technology Zoology A: Aeronautics Agriculture Aircraft Animals ... Astronomy B: Biodiversity Birds Botany Bugs ... Butterflies C: Cars Chemistry Computers Conservation ...
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    The museum's collections and research range from the evolution of life in the sea through the rise and reign of reptiles to the modern age of mammals National Zoo
    More than just a place to see wild animals but also a research, conservation, and education center for endangered species All About Animals Library of facts and photos Animal Cams Live WebCams from the National Zoo Careers in Biology, Conservation, and Oceanography

    20. 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.
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    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.

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