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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 ... [Information of the supplier]
Discipline based websitesResource type
http://lanwebs.lander.edu/faculty/rsfox/invertebrates/
I am interested in the structure and evolution of animal genomes, with a particular focus on the genomes of non-model organisms. In my group, we use modern sequencing technologies to generate expressed sequence tag and genome sequence data for non-vertebrates (such as earthworms, nematodes and tardigrades), and analyse these with a variety of bioinformatics tools (including many we have written in house). In particular we are interested in the evolution of operons and trans-splicing in nematodes, ... [Miscellaneous as indicated]
Other institutions / organisations; Research projectsResource type
http://nematodes.org/
The RWC is an open access knowledge base of global scope that offers access to rotifer nomenclature, taxonomy and classification, natural history collections, geographic distribution, environmental data, and bibliography for all currently accepted species-, genus- and family-group names in Phylum Rotifera. It serves as an authoritative source for all 4200+ nominal taxa of genus rank and below, that were named since the start of zoological nomenclature in 1758. It also provides a consistent framework ... [Information of the supplier]
Other reference worksResource type
http://www.rotifera.hausdernatur.at/
The Society for Invertebrate Pathology (SIP) was founded in 1967 as an interdisciplinary scientific society that would draw together members from diverse scientific backgrounds under the unified discipline of invertebrate pathology. The objectives as defined in the Society's constitution are Promotion of scientific knowledge of pathology of invertebrate animals and of related subjects through discussions, reports and publications, Stimulation of scientific investigations and their applications, Planning, ... [Information of the supplier]
Academic societies, professional associations, working groupsResource type
http://sipweb.org/
The Xerces Society is a nonprofit organization that protects wildlife through the conservation of invertebrates and their habitat. Established in 1971, the Society is at the forefront of invertebrate protection worldwide. The programs of Xerces are focused on the protection of pollinator, endangered species, aquatic invertebrates and butterflies. The society publishes the Journal Wings: Essays on Invertebrate Conservation. Additionally on this web site a lot of online resources are downloadable ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
Non-governmental organisationsResource type
http://www.xerces.org/
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