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Invertebrate Zoology OnLine
Title: Invertebrate Zoology OnLine
Title alternative: Invertebrate Anatomy; Laboratory Exercises to Accompany Ruppert et al. (2004) - "Invertebrate Zoology, A Functional Evolutionary Approach, 7 th ed."
Creator: Fox, Richard; et al.
Publisher: Lander University
Abstract: This OnLine laboratory manual features original anatomical descriptions of 112 species for use in invertebrate zoology teaching or research laboratories in North America. The collection was prepared over a period of many years to facilitate and encourage the study of invertebrate animals. It is a smorgasbord of species intended to provide a selection suitable for courses taught in most parts of North America. Many species, or their close relatives, also occur in other parts of the world, especially Europe. Although the chapters are written in laboratory manual format, they can also be used to support research or in other non-teaching situations as introductions to the anatomy of specific invertebrates . Most of these descriptions are based on dissections of invertebrate animals collected in the Carolinas, Georgia, Florida, Maine, and Oregon beginning in 1980. A few are based on preserved material or commercially prepared slides. The collection is under ongoing revision and new species are added periodically. The collection is sufficiently diverse to support undergraduate or graduate courses at most localities in North America. [Information of the supplier]
Subject: Anatomy and morphology of animals (571.31);
Invertebrates (592)
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Spatial coverage: North America
Audience: Intermediate; Experts
Language: English
Format: website
Resource type: Discipline based websites
Access: free
Metadata update date: 2014-02-17
Metadata provider: UBFfm
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