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Videos, Bilder, Töne - Videos, Images, Sounds
 
  1. Abbildungen zum mikrobiologischen Kursus des Institutes für Mikrobiologie und Tierseuchen der Tierärztlichen Hochschule Hannover

     
  2. Animal and Human Parasite Images
    By Steve J. Upton.
    This resource is a collection of over 400 animal and human parasite images. Images are listed under the following major headings: monogenes, digenes, cestodes, nematodes, protozoa, arthropoda, and miscellaneous taxa.
     
  3. Atlas of Veterinary Neuropathology
    College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University. By Clive R. Huxtable.
    This database of color images is designed to be a supplement to the text Veterinary Neuropathology, authored by B.A. Summers, A. de Lahunta and the late J.F. Cummings, and published by Mosby-Year Book, Inc., 1995. This site will provide users with a large number of images additional to those that appear in the book, and will serve two purposes. One will be to offer many more images showing diagnostic pathologic features of the specific disease entities covered in the book, while the other will be to create a general training resource in Veterinary & Comparative Neuropathology.
     
  4. Bovine Theriogenology Images
    College of Veterinary Medicine, Kansas State University. From the teaching files of R. G. Elmore.
    The slides cover artificial insemination, anestrus, bovine obstetrics, breeding soundness examination, gestational accidents, herd health programs, ovarian cysts, ovarian structures, parturition, and postpartum, and include images, diagrams, and text.
     
  5. Bristol BioMed Image Archive
    A collection of medical, dental and veterinary images for use in teaching.
     
  6. CSU Auscultation Library
    Colorado State University.
    This site contains a collection of auscultation sounds from normal and diseased animals.  The site is divided into separate pages for the common veterinary species.  Within each species page, the content is organized by organ system including cardiac, respiratory, and abdominal auscultation.  Additional case information, video, and graphics are included when available for the cases.
     
  7. Embryo Images Normal & Abnormal Mammalian Development
    A tutorial that uses scanning electron micrographs (SEMs) as the primary resource to teach mammalian embryology. The 3-D like quality of the micrographs coupled with selected line drawings and minimal text allow relatively easy understanding of the complex morphological changes that occur in utero. Because early human embryos are not readily available and because embryogenesis is very similar across mammalian species, the majority of micrographs that are utilized in this tutorial are of mouse embryos. The remainder are human.
     
  8. Fungi Image Bank
    The Image Bank contains hundreds of images of fungi that range from images of microscopic fungi in tissue to macroscopic images of people, animals, and plants that have fungal infections.
     
  9. Guide to Animal Sounds on the Net
    Extensive collection of links to samples of animal sounds on web and ftp sites.
     
  10. Image Data Base
    College of Veterinary Medicine, Washington State University.
    This image database shows both normal animals and animals with naturally occurring diseases. An image filter is provided to prevent accidental viewing of graphic images, as many of the images are intended for use by animal health care students and professionals. Users can search by keyword, type of image or animal type. The number of images shown at any one time can be limited. Several criteria can be combined and a help section is provided. The images in this data base are for educational, non-commercial use only.
     
  11. Iowa State University Entomology Image Gallery
    A pleasingly vast and fully searchable database of insect imagery, which also includes some video files. The images are arranged in categories like "beetles", "lice" and "butterflies and moths". The image gallery is part of the much larger Entomology department website, which has information (though not necessarily pictures) on just about every insect there is.
     
  12. Microbiology Video Library
    By Alan Cann.
    This is a growing collection of Microbiology teaching videos in QuickTime format and has videos on over 300 topics.
     
  13. NBII Digital Image Library
    The National Biological Information Infrastructure.
    The mission of the NBII digital image library is to develop, grow and provide a digital library of biological, photographic images – offering a rich, Web-based resource of high quality images dynamically linked to associated metadata accessible and available to scientists, conservationists, decision makers, educators, students and the general public worldwide. NBII will make available on-line images from it's own collections and from NBII partners, regardless of copyright, but we envision most images being in the public domain.
    Categories: Amphibians; Birds; Crustaceans; Environments; Insects; Landscapes; Mammals; Paraguay; Plants; Reptiles; Trees; Wildlife Management.
     
  14. Neurological Signs in Video
    This site contains eight videos in QuickTime format about signs of neurological disease. Contents: Gait Abnormalities; Involuntary Movements; Sleep disoders.
     
  15. Parasite Image Library
    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Division of Parasitic Diseases.
    This image library provides access to all the images contained in the DPDx Web site, and parasites and parasitic diseases are listed alphabetically and are cross-referenced. Images are accompanied by descriptive text and each thumbnail image links to images for that specific parasite. Information is provided on the outlining causal agent, life cycle, geographic distribution, clinical features, laboratory diagnosis, and available treatments.
     
  16. Parasite Images
    Department of Parasitology, Faculty of Medicine, Chiang Mai University, Thailand.
    The parasite images are prepared from original specimens in our department. The original pictures are in 35 mm color slides and scanned into jpg file format.
     
  17. Parasitology Color Plates
    Research Animal Diagnostic Laboratory (RADIL), University of Missouri.
    Contains over 100 plates, arranged under the following categories: ectoparasites of rodents and rabbits; helminths of rodents and rabbits; protozoa of rodents and rabbits; and "zebra" parasites of rodents and rabbits.
     
  18. The Parasitology Images List
    A collection of images of medically important parasites. The majority of the images show diagnostic stages of the parasite concerned, in the most commonly encountered clinical specimen. Each has the name and stage of the parasite shown, along with an approximate scale bar for comparison.
     
  19. Photo Gallery of Bacterial Pathogens
    By Neal Chamberlain.
    The web contains many images (pictures) of bacteria. The purpose of this page is to provide a central location to go to for images of pathogenic bacteria on the web.
     
  20. Primate Gallery
    By Tim Knight.
    The purpose of this project is to provide a central source for collecting, digitizing, and distributing primate images. Primate illustrations, paintings, photographs, and sounds are provided for educational use, primate identification and studies in taxonomy.
     
  21. Primate Images from the Audiovisual Archive
    Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center.
    The Audiovisual Archive of the Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center (WRPRC) has collected 7,200 photographic slides of nonhuman primates available for loan to educators, researchers and scientists. A selection of images available in the collection are provided for previewing in this WWW server.
     
  22. Provet.tv
    This site is dedicated to the delivery of moving images and interactive educational programmes relating to animal health. The aim is to provide educational video sequences to help people involved in maintaining the health and welfare of animals, to be successful. It provides access to video clips showing methods and techniques of bandaging; ECG setup, recording and interpretation; placing a PEG tube; and ophthalmological procedures.
     
  23. Public Health Image Library - PHIL
    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
    PHILTM offers an organized, universal electronic gateway to CDC's pictures. Public health professionals, the media, laboratory scientists, educators, and the worldwide public can use this material for reference, teaching, presentation, and public health messages. The content is organized into hierarchical categories of people, places, and science, and is presented as single images, image sets, and multimedia files. Searching is by category, text-based/advanced search, and image identification number.
     
  24. Veterinary Clinical Parasitology Images
    By J. Carl Fox, College of Veterinary Medicine, Oklahoma State University.
    This site is intended as an online parasitology resource for veterinarian training and education. The site is comprised of approximately 350 images, predominantly microscope slide images, of various nematodes, protozoans and other parasites. The images illustrate elements such as morphology, internal features, lifecycle stages, histopath sections, eggs, larvae and infection of animal cells. Images are grouped by diagnostic stage, parasite and in eight separate galleries. There are also some lecture slides available.
     
  25. Veterinary Dissection Images
    University College Dublin, Department of Veterinary Anatomy.
    Über 100 gezeichnete Schematas der Anatomie und praxisrelevanten Bereichen.
     
  26. The Veterinary Parasitology Images Gallery
    The images are provided for use as teaching aids for the training and education of veterinarians and can be freely used for educational purposes. Parasite images have been grouped to provide a veterinary medical emphasis. The site includes short descriptions of small JPEG images which can be enlarged for better viewing.
     
  27. Virus World
    Created by the Institute for Molecular Virology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, this Web site offers high quality virus images that may be used for seminar presentations or any other noncommercial use.
     
 

 
   

 
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