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  Biology Movies
  Human Skeleton--Xrays and Photos
  Sliced Mouse Embryo
  Mouse Brain Atlas
  Digital Morphology From the National Science Foundation is a collection of unique 2D and 3D visualizations of the internal and external structure of living and extinct vertebrates, and a growing number of 'invertebrates'. The Digital Morphology library contains nearly a terabyte of imagery of natural history specimens.  The Digital Morphology library site now serves imagery, optimized for Web delivery, for almost 300 specimens from the world's premiere natural history museums and universities. Most cool are the "Dwarf Croc 3D skeleton only movies".
  Mammal Species Accounts Since 1969, the American Society of Mammalogists has published 20 to 30 species accounts each year that cover taxonomy, anatomy, ecology, and other aspects of the animals' biology. At this site from series editor Virginia Hayssen of Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts, you can download PDFs of these definitive references for more than 700 species.
  Mike Clark's Resource Page
  Image Catalogue
  Luminous Organisms (photos)
  Bioluminescence (website)
  Online Mendelian Inheritance in Animals (OMIA)
  Electrophoresis Animation A charming animation that takes students step by step through the process of running gel electophoresis.
  WormBook is a comprehensive, open-access collection of original, peer-reviewed chapters covering topics related to the biology of Caenorhabditis elegans (C. elegans). WormBook also includes WormMethods, an up-to-date collection of methods and protocols for C. elegans researchers.
  The Scorpion Files The ultimate scorpion site.
  Exotic Critters. Information, photos, and buying cockroaches, centipedes, millipedes, scorpions, tarantulas, and beetles.
  Robot Cockroaches coated with pheromones are so well accepted by the household pests that the robots become part of the insects' collective decision-making process.
  Course Coordinator-- Nira Clark x5688; Margie Stinson x5324