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Horizontaal
Animal anatomy 
Aerodynamics
Anatomie der Bienen
Animal cell anatomy
Animal cell structure animal cells are typical of the eukaryotic cell, enclosed by a plasma membrane and containing a membrane-bound nucleus and organelles. Unlike the cells of the two other eukaryotic kingdoms, plants and fungi, animal cells don't have a cell wall
Animal Embryonic Development- Fertilization to Gastrulation Animal Embryonic Development- Fertilization to Gastrulation, pdf file
Animal organ systems and homeostasis Homeostasis, The Internal Environment, Control Systems, Feedback Systems in Homeostasis
Animal science
Animal skull collection mammal and bird skulls
Animal Tissues A tissue is composed of cells that function together in a specialized activity. There are four types of tissues found in animals: epithelial, connective, nerve, and muscle tissue
Avian Anatomy and Morphology The Bird Skeleton, Feet, the bones of the wing
Bird Flight
Bird Wing Anatomy
Cat anatomy tutorial
Cat dissection Virtual Cat Dissection, External Anatomy, Skeletal System, Muscular System, Respiratory System, Digestive System, Urogenital System, Circulatory System, Nervous System
Cat Dissection Pages
Cat Dissection images
Cells alive images, video, and text describing living human and animal cells, and their interaction with bacteria and parasites
Chick embryo development, Stages in chick embryo development the transformation of the egg into the chick
Circulatory system Vertebrate Cardiovascular System, Vertebrate Vascular Systems, The Heart, The Vascular System, Blood, The Lymphatic System
Comparative mammalian brain collections brains of over 100 different species of mammals (including humans)
Comparative vertebrate anatomy Chordate origins & phylogeny, Skeletal System, Muscles, Digestive System, Respiratory System, Circulatory System, Urogenital System, Nervous System
Compound Eye Compound Eye
Cow's eye dissection Cow's eye dissection
Dental anatomy Dental formulae are used to indicate the number of each type of tooth for a given species, ...
Developmental biology ONLINE
Digestive system Digestive system
Digital Morphology The Digital Morphology library is a dynamic archive of information on digital morphology and high-resolution X-ray computed tomography of biological specimens. Browse through the site and see spectacular imagery and animations and details on the morphology of many representatives of the Earth's biota
Eye design book
Ear Structure of DeepSea Fishes Benthopelagic deep-sea fishes
Fertilization animation
Fish anatomy Fish anatomy
Flight of birds Flight of birds, pdf file
Flybrain an online atlas and database for anatomical images of and online publications about the Drosophila nervous system
Frog dissection
Growth and structure of meat animals Information on the growth and structure of meat animals
Hoe vliegen vogels in Dutch
Insect biology and ecology insect anatomy
Mammalian tissues the basic unit of the mammalian body is the cell. We now know of what a single cell consists, as well as the basic functions a living cell can perform. Each type of cell or group of cells is able to perform a specific function or functions, in other words they differentiate. Differentiation results in cells becoming functionally specialised. Cells are also the first level of organisation in living organisms. Such a group of cells, within which all cells have more or less the same structure and function, is called a tissue. Tissues are the second level of organisation. Muscle, bone and blood are examples of animal tissues, epithelial tissue, connective tissue, muscle tissue, nervous tissue
Parasitology pictures of the eggs and oocysts produced by the various parasites that commonly inhabit the internal workings of domestic animals
Physiologie der Fische
Pig anatomy Virtual Pig Dissection
Pig anatomy the external and internal anatomy of a fetal pig (Sus scrofa)
Pig dissection pdf file
Reproductive system The Female Reproductive System
Respiratory system of a bird Respiratory system of a bird
Respiratory systems of animals cellular respiration involves the breakdown of organic molecules to produce ATP
Sensory Systems animal Sensory Systems, Chemoreceptors detect ions or molecules, Smell (olfaction) and taste rely on chemoreceptors. Mechanoreceptors detect changes in pressure, position, or acceleration; include receptors for touch, stretch, hearing, and equilibrium. Electromagnetic receptors are specialized for infrared radiation, visible light, or Earth's magnetic field. Thermoreceptors detect hot or cold temperatures. Pain receptors, ...
Sheep brain dissection guide Sheep brain dissection guide
Turtles: sea turtles sea turtle anatomy
Skeletons & skulls
Skulls
The Dog’s Sense of Smell The Dog’s Sense of Smell, pdf file
Veterinary histology Veterinary histology
Zoology Frog Skeleton, Pigeon Skeleton, Turtle Skeleton
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