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  1.  Life sciences, biology (53/755)
  2.  Physiology and related subjects (6/218)
  3.  Biochemistry (55/497)
    1.  Biochemistry in animals (9)
    2.  Biochemistry in plants and microorganisms (19)
    3.  General topics of biochemistry (29)
    4.  Metabolism (20)
    5.  Miscellaneous chemicals (12)
    6.  Proteins (82)
    7.  Enzymes (10)
    8.  Biochemical genetics (67/301)
      1.  Biochemical genetics in animals (34)
      2.  Biochemical genetics in plants and microorganisms (43)
      3.  General topics in biochemical genetics (36)
      4.  Metabolism in biochemical genetics (4)
      5.  Nucleotides (1)
      6.  DNA (Desoxyribonucleic acid) (104)
      7.  Chromosomes (4)
      8.  RNA (Ribonucleic acid) (31)
  4.  Specific physiological systems in animals, regional histology and physiology in animals (3/86)
  5.  Specific parts of and physiological systems in plants (2/22)
  6.  Genetics and evolution (11/140)
  7.  Ecology (105/379)
  8.  Natural history of organisms and related subjects (12/278)
  9.  Natural history of specific kinds of organisms (0/2474)
    1.  Microorganisms, fungi and algae (40/279)
      1.  Specific topics in natural history of microorganisms, fungi, algae (31)
      2.  Viruses and subviral organisms (15)
      3.  Prokaryotes (Bacteria) (31)
      4.  Protozoa (18)
      5.  Fungi, Eumycophyta (True fungi) (86)
      6.  Mushrooms (14)
      7.  Lichens (24)
      8.  Algae (41)
    2.  Plants (Botany) (72/321)
    3.  Specific topics in natural history of plants (2/405)
      1.  Plant genetics and evolution (7/18)
      2.  Adaptation (5)
      3.  Miscellaneous nontaxonomic kinds of plants (10/81)
      4.  Plants characteristic of specific environments, plant ecology (16/61)
        1.  Forest plants (5)
        2.  Grassland plants (5)
        3.  Plants of miscellaneous environments (10)
        4.  Aquatic plants (9)
        5.  Synecology and population biology of plants (6/17)
      5.  Treatments of plants by specific continents, countries, localities (253)
    4.  Plants noted for specific vegetative characteristics and flowers (3/60)
      1.  Herbaceous and woody plants, plants noted for their flowers (3/57)
        1.  Plants noted for their flowers (16)
        2.  Trees (37)
        3.  Shrubs (7)
        4.  Vines (2)
    5.  Animals (Zoology) (39/305)
    6.  Specific topics in natural history of animals (4/225)
    7.  Specific taxonomic groups of plants (0/171)
    8.  Specific taxonomic groups of animals (0/1103)
      1.  Invertebrates (14/56)
      2.  Miscellaneous marine and seashore invertebrates (2/17)
        1.  Cnidaria (Coelenterata) (5)
        2.  Anthozoa (7)
        3.  Ctenophora (Comb jellies) (1)
        4.  Echinodermata and Hemichordata (3)
      3.  Mollusks and molluscoids (15/30)
      4.  Arthropods (13/532)
        1.  Crustacea (28)
        2.  Chelicerata, Arachnida (37)
        3.  Myriapoda (4)
        4.  Insecta (Insects) (120/457)
          1.  General topics in natural history of insects (14)
          2.  Apterygota, Orthoptera and related orders (27)
          3.  Exopterygota (Hemimetabola) (33)
          4.  Mecoptera, Trichoptera, Neuroptera, Megaloptera, Raphidiodea (11)
          5.  Homoptera, Heteroptera, Anoplura, Mallophaga, Thysanoptera (34)
          6.  Coleoptera (Beetles) (52)
          7.  Diptera (Flies) and Siphonaptera (54)
          8.  Lepidoptera (69)
          9.  Hymenoptera (50)
      5.  Chordates (17/477)
        1.  Cold-blooded vertebrates, Pisces (fishes) (13/96)
        2.  Birds (85/172)
        3.  Mammals (34/195)
  10.  Economics of land and energy (5/408)
    1.  Natural resources and energy (20/175)
      1.  Conservation and protection (121/156)
    2.  Other natural resources (1/216)
      1.  Water (6/10)
      2.  Biological resources (115/206)
    3.  Environmental problems (28/39)
  11.  Other subjects (0/485)
    1.  Bibliography (105)
    2.  Political sciences (Politics and government) (7)
    3.  Law (5)
    4.  Natural history (38)
    5.  Physics (2)
    6.  Chemistry and allied sciences (13)
    7.  Earth Sciences (25)
    8.  Paleontology, Paleozoology (28/42)
    9.  Technology (10)
    10.  Medicine and health (115)
    11.  Agriculture and related technologies (35/133)
    12.  Biotechnology (31)
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Natural history of organisms and related subjects
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2018-01-05 — 2018-01-09, Pacific Grove
The American Society of Naturalists invites graduate students, postdocs, faculty and other professionals from ecology, evolution, behavior, genetics, physiology, and associated fields to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the founding of The American Naturalist at our stand alone meeting at the Asilomar Conference Grounds on 5-9 January 2018. This meeting will celebrate the influence of The American Naturalist and demonstrate the ASN's unique ability to unify broad conceptual themes across biology ... [Information of the supplier]
Conferences and Congresses (archive)Resource type
http://amnat150.org/
2. biopix
Biopix is a searchable presentation of biological photos, primarily from Scandinavia. [Information of the supplier]
Picture databasesResource type
http://www.biopix-foto.de/default.aspx
This two-day international meeting will explore the history and role of naturalists (and others) as pioneers in biological, geological and landscape conservation, protection, environmental advocacy and engagement in its broadest sense. [Information of the supplier]
Conferences and Congresses (archive)Resource type
https://shnh.org.uk/news/cfp-pioneer-naturalists-cambridge-june-2020/
Discover Life provides free on-line tools to identify species, share ways to teach and study nature's wonders, report findings, build maps, process images, and contribute to and learn from an encyclopedia of life that now contains 278,487 species. [Information of the supplier]
Identification keys; Discipline based portals and link collectionsResource type
http://www.discoverlife.org/
The Duchess Anna Amalia Library provides quick access to the digital versions of particular rare, exceptional or heavily-used works from its historical collection with “Monographien Digital”. In general, all components of a work are digitised, from the book cover to individual pages and contents. Although the majority of the HAAB’s digitised collections are more relevant to the humanities, there are still many biological works available. Currently, the biological component can only be filtered ... [Information of the supplier, translated and modified]
Access on historical literatureResource type
http://ora-web.swkk.de/digimo_online/digimo.Volltextsuche2?vc=botan+plant+zool+biol&op=oder
This exhibit provides a survey of that biodiversity through time, focusing on major lineages of organisms. Many of these lineages have gone extinct or currently exist at a much lower diversity than in the past, so there may be large exhibits on groups of organisms that are unfamiliar to you. They are featured because they play an important role in the history of life on Earth. [Information of the supplier]
Discipline based websitesResource type
http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/exhibits/historyoflife.php
The Museum’s Library and Archives hold the world's premier collections of literature and original drawings and manuscripts relating to natural history. The online catalogue allows you to search by author, title, series, subject term and keywod. It contains all library holdings since 1989 and about 80% of the records converted from the card 'Union Catalogue'. [Information of the supplier]
Libraries and archives; Museums and Collections; Literature databasesResource type
http://www.nhm.ac.uk/research-curation/science-facilities/library/
The Web includes an enormous wealth of data, references, and research on a wide variety of biological disciplines. The NBII serves as a gateway to these resources, selecting, annotating, and organizing them according to topic and discipline for ease of discovery and access by NBII users. [Information of the supplier]
Discipline based portals and link collectionsResource type
http://www.nbii.gov/portal/server.pt
The Library of the "Deutsches Museum" in Munich is presenting information and illustrations on selected historical books, most of them belonging to the category "Libri Rari". [Editorial staff vifabio]
Discipline based websitesResource type
http://www.deutsches-museum.de/bibliothek/unsere-schaetze/biologie/
Since 2005, selected historical books have been made available electronically in a programme for the digitisation of cultural works at the University of Strasbourg (Université de Strasbourg). The resulting library draws from a number of disciplines, including medical and cosmological works as well as herbal books from the 16th and 17th centuries. The number of biological titles is just under 300 (as of end 2009). Digitised items can be accessed by users in a viewer, but cannot be downloaded. It is ... [Editorial staff vifabio]
Access on historical literatureResource type
http://docnum.u-strasbg.fr/cdm/search/collection/coll13
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