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nach oben Allgemeines
  • CAL - Computer Aided Learning
    CAL is the University of Pennsylvania's School of Veterinary Medicine Computer Aided Learning program. CAL projects are designed to supplement the veterinary curriculum offered by the School and provide the students with an alternative to traditional lectures. By providing the projects via the WWW, students may review the projects as often as they want. The graphics, video clips, case study formats, and the interactive nature of the projects help to actively engage the student in the learning process.
     
  • Internet Vet Tutorial
    By Laurian Williamson.
    A free, interactive online tutorial, produced by BIOME as part of a suite of subject-based tutorials (the Virtual Training Suite), a national initiative designed to teach Internet information skills to the higher and further education communities in the UK. Aimed at lecturers, students, teachers and researchers, the tutorials provide training for those who want to discover what the Internet can offer in their subject area.
     
  • Supercourse Anthrax
    by Humberto Guerra, Instituto de Medicina Tropical Alexander von Humboldt, Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia.
    On-line illustrated lecture, with references on the bacteriology, pathology and epidemiology of Bacillus anthracis infection in people and animals. Includes photos of human and animal pathological lesions of Anthrax infections.
     
  • Supercourse: The Epidemiology of Human-Animal Interactions
    On-line lecture in three parts:
    1. Zoonotic Diseases - 2. Health Benefits to Humans - 3. Animals as Sentinels of Environmental Hazards.
     
  • Training on the Internet: Foreign Disease Outbreak Case Studies
    University of Georgia, Athens, College of Veterinary Medicine.
    Series of programs designed to simulate a foreign animal disease outbreak for veterinary students to work through and gain a greater familiarity with these exotic threats. Case simulations are entirely fictional and designed for instruction and increased awareness. They do not represent actual events.
     
  • Zoonotic Diseases Tutorial
    School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
    Aimed in particular at veterinary, medical and nursing students and practitioners, this tutorial presently covers around 40 zoonotic diseases. For each disease, text and associated images are provided (where available). Each disease description also includes microbiology of the etiologic agent, clinical presentations in both animals and humans, and information related to diagnosis, treatment and control in animals. A full list of references is also provided for each disease.
     
nach oben Anatomie
  • Applied Anatomy
    School of Veterinary Medicine, Tuskegee University.
    This site provides a collection of online teaching materials on applied anatomy. It contains 13 chapters each of which focus on a different anatomical feature/animal. Topics covered by these materials include the abdominal wall, inguinal canal and mammary gland, thoracic and pelvic limbs (bovine), neck and thorax, abdominal cavity (dog), and the genital system.
     
  • Atlas of the Sheep Brain
    The atlas is comprised of coronal sections, each one 35 micrometers thick, and it is possible to obtain side, top or bottom views of the whole brain. For each section, anatomical labels are provided, and it is possible to view both cell and fibre staining. Photographs of the external surface of the brain, from top, bottom and side perspectives, are also provided.
     
  • Basic Comparative Anatomy of the Mammary Gland
    University of Bristol.
    This CALnet tutorial presents information on the anatomy of the mammary gland. Contents: The function of the mammary glands of mammals. Histology of mammary tissue. The different components of the lactational secretory pathway of the mammary gland, with the bovine gland as an example. The prenatal development of the mammary gland in the domestic species. The postnatal and lactational development of the mammary gland and the hormonal influences upon them. The comparative anatomy of the teats of the domestic species. The blood supply to the mammary glands. The innervation of the mammary gland and the overlying skin. Colour diagrams, photographs and interactive questions on the tutorial are included.
     
  • Bau und Entwicklung des Säugetierschädels
    Blockpraktikum an der Fakultät Biologie der Universität Bielefeld.
     
  • Build the Virtual Frog
    Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
    This game tests your knowledge of the 3D spatial relationships between the organs in the frog. The game starts with an image of the nerves in the frog. The object is to build up the rest of the organs in the frog by selecting each organ and clicking on its correct position in the image.
     
  • Canine Anatomy Case Studies
    Six case studies organized by region (thoracic limb, thorax, head, abdomen, abdomen and pelvic limb) that apply knowledge of anatomy to clinical practice. Case studies are part of a course in anatomy for veterinary students.
     
  • Canine Topographic Anatomy
    Images of radiographs with anatomic structures labelled; for use in anatomy course for veterinary students.
     
  • Cardiology Case Studies
    This page from Texas A & M College of Veterinary Medicine has several case studies for cardiology available. Each case study provides specific diagnostics, for example, heart murmurs can be heard over the users' speakers and radiographs can be viewed. There are also quick time movies of echocardiograms, normal cardio values for different species, and links to other sites related to cardiology.
     
  • Cat Muscles
    Created by R. Roper and Carol Parker for the Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.
    This site provides a multimedia tutorial on cat muscles.
     
  • Comparative Mammalian Brain Collections
    This web site provides browsers with images and information from one of the world's largest collection of well-preserved, sectioned and stained brains of mammals. Viewers can see and download photographs of brains of over 100 different species of mammals (including humans) representing 17 mammalian orders.
     
  • Comparative Organology
    School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis.
    Covers the functional anatomy of the major organ systems in 3 classes of vertebrates: fish, birds, and mammals. Each system is examined from the cellular to the gross level. Emphasis is placed on how differentiated cell types are integrated into tissues and organs to perform their physiological functions. Biological problems common to all three classes are considered and the anatomical specializations for different environments or modes of life found these 3 classes of animals are highlighted. Provides an brief introduction to anatomical terminology, cell ultrastructure and tissue types, followed by study of the integumentary, musculoskeletal, nervous, cardiovascular, urinary, digestive, reproductive, and respiratory systems.
     
  • Detailed Anatomy of the Female Reproductive Tract
    University of Bristol.
    This CALnet tutorial presents information on the anatomy of the female reproductive tract. Contents: The general morphology of the female gonads. The uterine tube. The non-gravid uterus. The morphological classification of uteri in domestic species. The gravid uterus. The placenta. The cervix. The vagina. The vestibule and its associated structures. The vulva and clitoris. Colour diagrams, photographs and interactive questions on the tutorial are included.
     
  • Detailed Anatomy of the Male Reproductive Tract
    University of Bristol.
    This CALnet tutorial presents information on the anatomy of the male reproductive tract. Contents: Surface anatomy of the male gonads. The internal anatomy of the male gonads. Thermoregulation The spermatic cord and ductus deferens. The male accessory sex glands The penis. The prepuce. The scrotum. Colour diagrams, photographs and interactive questions on the tutorial are included.
     
  • The Guinea Pig Skeleton
    University of Bristol.
    This CALnet tutorial features the Guinea Pig skeleton. Each section includes coloured images and illustrations and covers the fore limbs, the hind limbs, vertebral column, the sacrum, and skull and teeth.
     
  • Head and Neck
    University of Bristol.
    This CALnet tutorial presents information on the anatomy of the head and neck. Contents: The Skull Muscles of the Head and Neck. Muscles of mastication. Salivary Glands. Lymphatic System. Blood Vessels. Oral Cavity. Pharynx and Soft Palate. Larynx. Nasal Cavity. Paranasal Sinuses. Cranial Nerves. Equine Dentition. Colour diagrams, photographs and interactive questions on the tutorial are included.
     
  • Horse Head Series
    This series of images was taken from 35 mm slides of original sections of a deep-frozen horse head sliced with band saw and mounted in Perspex pots in the Veterinary Anatomy Museum, within Murdoch University.
    The sections were originally prepared by Richard Krumins, photographed by Geoff Griffiths, and annotated in June 1983 by Associate Professor John Grandage, of Murdoch University's School of Veterinary Studies.
     
  • The Interactive Frog Dissection
    The Curry School of Education at the University of Virginia. Initially developed by Richard Strauss, Jean Foss, and Mable Kinzie.
    The Interactive Frog Dissection was designed for use in high school biology classrooms. It takes you through all of the stages of frog dissection from initial preparation to examination of internal organs.
     
  • Neuroscience
    School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Pennsylvania.
    This introductory course in neurobiology is intended to provide an understanding of the principles of neuroscience, neuroanatomical organization and neural function.
     
  • Rat Skeleton
    University of Bristol.
    This CALnet tutorial features a rat skeleton, and each section includes coloured images and illustrations. This tutorial covers the axial and appendicular skeleton.
     
  • Skeletal Dog Forelimb
    University of Bristol.
    This CALnet tutorial features the dog forelimb (Mebrum Thoracum). Each section includes coloured images and illustrations and covers the scapula & humerus, radius & ulna, carpals & metacarpals, and the phalanges in the forelimb.
     
  • Veterinary Anatomy Courseware
    University of Minnesota, College of Veterinary Medicine.
    Instructional software authored by faculty and students at the University of Minnesota, as independent study material for veterinary students. This web site describes the courseware, including sample illustrations, student evaluations, hardware requirements, and download instructions.
     
  • Veterinary Cardiology Online
    Educational material for veterinary students and practitioners in the area of cardiology: view radiographs, ultrasounds and ECG traces, and listen to heart sounds in order to gain an appreciation for both normal and specific disease conditions.
     
  • Veterinary Dissection Images
    University College Dublin, Department of Veterinary Anatomy.
    Über 100 gezeichnete Schematas der Anatomie und praxisrelevanten Bereichen.
     
  • Veterinary Neurobiology Laboratory Preview / Review
    College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Minnesota.
    This web site presents extra-curricular information pertaining to eight neuroanatomy labs. The information per lab is delivered as a series of images with captions, intended for preview, review, and enrichment purposes.
     
  • Virtual Cat Anatomy
    Created by R. Roper and C.Parker for the Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.
    This site is a multimedia tutorial on cat anatomy structures.
     
  • Virtual Fetal Pig Dissection
    Simulated dissection of the fetal pig provides an alternative exercise for students in introductory biology and a material review prior to lab exams.
     
  • Virtual Pig Dissection
    Contains: Anatomical references - Respiratory System - Circulatory System - Digestive System - Reproductive system - Sexing your pig - Excretory system - Nervous system; Quizzes.
     
  • Web-Based Veterinary Anatomy Instruction
    Links to instructional web sites produced by Veterinary Anatomy Faculty at the University of Minnesota.
    Contents: Carnivore & Developmental Anatomy Lecture Files; Canine Planar Anatomy Images; Equine Anatomy Images; Neuroscience Instruction at the University of Minnesota.
     
nach oben Biologie
  • The Biology Project
    The University of Arizona.
    An online interactive resource for learning biology. Topics as wide ranging as biochemistry, human biology and genetics are covered amongst others are divided in to problem sets and tutorials. The featured activity helps viewers to understand the basic principals of a particular topic (currently toxicology).
     
  • The BioNet Software Compendium
    This compendium contains courseware and experience collected by BioNet members. Please feel free to download the material and where necessary reauthor it to suit your local conditions.
    Content: Anatomy & Histology; Biochemistry; IT Skills & General; Medicine; Microbiology; Molecular Biology & Genetics; Physiology; Plant Science.
     
  • Bristol BioMed Image Archive
    A collection of medical, dental and veterinary images for use in teaching.
     
nach oben Chirurgie
  • Anesthesiology Notes and Lectures
    This site contains the anaesthesiology notes and lectures of Dr. Cynthia Trim. The material includes case studies and quicktime movies, in addition to colour slides and lectures. Topics range from pre-anaesthetic evaluation to recovery from anaesthesia, and cover anaesthesia in bovines, equines, porcines, canines and felines.
     
  • Fracture Planning
    University of Illinois, College of Veterinary Medicine. By Ann Johnson.
    An interactive online operative planner for fracture management which allows veterinary students to develop their decision making and fracture planning skills, and to communicate those skills to an instructor or orthopedic consultant.
    The online fracture planner is designed for students to take basic information on fracture management delivered in a lecture format and work through the concepts as they relate to real life clinical cases. The students are able to effectively and efficiently communicate their understanding of the concepts of fracture management to the instructor. Excellent planning eliminates many complications associated with fracture management, and this application allows students to become proficient in fracture planning before treating a patient.
     
  • Lehrmaterialien der II. Medizinischen Tierklinik
    Lehrstuhl Innere Medizin und Chirurgie der Wiederkäuer, Universität München.
    Skripten zur Chirurgie und Inneren Medizin der Wiederkäuer sowie zur Propädeutik (mit Fotos, Videos und Sound). Sowohl HTML- als auch PDF-Format.
     
  • Online Leitfaden Chirurgie
    Zum Erlernen chirurgischer Basisfertigkeiten wie Naht- und Knottechniken, Wundversorgung, Katheterlegen, Blutabnahme, OP-Anleitung.
     
  • Principles of Surgery
    The goal of the Principles of Surgery Home Page is to aid students in mastering the skills and information presented in the course 'Principles of Surgery'.
    Surgical Instruments consists of a photo gallery and key points about the instruments of surgery. Preparing the equipment for surgery introduces the methods of equipment sterilization. Preparing the patient for surgery describes preparation of the operative site for both large and small animals. Videos and photo series illustrate surgical scrubbing and draping procedures. Preparing the surgeon for surgery describes preparation of the surgeon for surgery . Videos and photo series illustrate surgeon's scrub, gowning and gloving. Sutures and suture handling includes instructional videos and animation to help you learn the suture patterns and knot tying presented in the laboratory.
     
  • Soft Tissue Surgery Self-Assessment
    Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge.
    Richard White and Deepa Shetty.
    This package enables students to evaluate a surgery case and assess their knowledge of the treatment and complications of a particular condition.
    Requires Macromedia Shockwave plug-ins.
     
  • Surgical Instruments
    Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge.
    Roy Brown, Mark Holmes and June Baldwin.
    This package provides students with an oportunity to familiarise themselves with surgical instruments before practical experience during the surgical rotations.
    Requires Macromedia Shockwave plug-ins.
     
nach oben Dermatologie
  • Dermatology Case Review
    Dermatologie-Lernprogramm.
     
  • Dermatopathology
    University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.
    The aim of this website is:
    a. To review the gross pathology of skin lesions, either primary lesions (those directly caused by the disease process) or secondary lesions (those that occur due to underlying diseases, trauma or medications).
    b.To predict the likely histopathology from the gross appearance of the lesions and to correlate the gross and histopathology using case material.
    Each example will consist of gross lesions and the corresponding histopathology. This will allow the students to become familiar with the terminology used and again review the material prior to partaking in the dermatology course in the 3rd year and the dermatology rotations in their senior year. .
     
  • Dermatopathology Slides
    A. R. Jeffries and M. A. Holmes.
    This package comprises of some text together with illustrations of a number of dermatopathological conditions.
    Requires Macromedia Shockwave plug-ins.
     
  • Veterinary Dermatology
    18 Case studies in dermatology.
     
nach oben Embryologie
  • 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.
     
nach oben Ethik in der Tiermedizin
  • Ethics and Animal Farming
    By Ben Mepham and Sandra Tomkins.
    The Ethical Matrix is an educational resource for students and teachers in schools and colleges. The resource provides 3 class exercises in how to apply ethics to issues in animal farming, including an interactive web-based exercise. The exercise enables students to make ethical assessments, based on factual information, about the impacts of organic versus intensive farming methods on farmers, consumers, farm animals, and the environment.
     
nach oben Fortpflanzung
  • Animations for Learning Reproductive Biology in Farm Animals
    Neural-endocrine reflex, hypothalamus-anterior pituitary axis, ovarian cycle, regulation of the estrous cycle, regulation of luteolysis, placentation (pig, mare), demos (fertilization, sperm development).
     
  • Detailed Anatomy of the Female Reproductive Tract
    University of Bristol.
    This CALnet tutorial presents information on the anatomy of the female reproductive tract. Contents: The general morphology of the female gonads. The uterine tube. The non-gravid uterus. The morphological classification of uteri in domestic species. The gravid uterus. The placenta. The cervix. The vagina. The vestibule and its associated structures. The vulva and clitoris. Colour diagrams, photographs and interactive questions on the tutorial are included.
     
  • Detailed Anatomy of the Male Reproductive Tract
    University of Bristol.
    This CALnet tutorial presents information on the anatomy of the male reproductive tract. Contents: Surface anatomy of the male gonads. The internal anatomy of the male gonads. Thermoregulation The spermatic cord and ductus deferens. The male accessory sex glands The penis. The prepuce. The scrotum. Colour diagrams, photographs and interactive questions on the tutorial are included.
     
nach oben Frösche
  • Build the Virtual Frog
    Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
    This game tests your knowledge of the 3D spatial relationships between the organs in the frog. The game starts with an image of the nerves in the frog. The object is to build up the rest of the organs in the frog by selecting each organ and clicking on its correct position in the image.
     
  • The Interactive Frog Dissection
    The Curry School of Education at the University of Virginia. Initially developed by Richard Strauss, Jean Foss, and Mable Kinzie.
    The Interactive Frog Dissection was designed for use in high school biology classrooms. It takes you through all of the stages of frog dissection from initial preparation to examination of internal organs.
     
nach oben Genetik
  • Genetic Science Learning Center
    Helping people understand how genetics affects our lives and society. A joint project of University of Utah Eccles Institute of Human Genetics, School of Medicine, and Utah Museum of Natural History.
     
  • Genetik-Grundvorlesung
    Joachim Urban, Institut für Genetik, Universität Mainz.
    Die Dateien liegen im pdf-Format vor, das im kostenlosen Acrobat Reader geöffnet und ausgedruckt werden kann. Ab Vorlesung 4 bieten wir alternativ eine Schwarz-Weiß-Version zum Ausdruck und eine Buntversion zur Betrachtung am Monitor an.
     
  • Morgan: A Genetics Tutorial
    Rutgers University.
    Morgan is a multimedia tutorial that covers the basic principles of genetics, suitable for an advanced high school class or introductory college biology. Morgan is comprised of six levels. Each level presents a major topic in the field of genetics. Before starting the tutorial, you should obtain and install the Chemscape Chime plug-in from MDL. Chime allows you to view dynamic chemical structures within your Web browser.
    Download the Chime Plug-in
     
  • Population Genetics
    Den Kongelige Veterinær- og Landbohøjskole. By Knud Christensen.
    Produced for a course for veterinary students. Therefore, efforts have been made to adjust the notes for students with a biological background, and at the same time supply a minimal set of formulas to describe the relationship between practical observations and genetic theory. In addition to the description of traits with simple Mendelian inheritance, the description of the genetics for traits (diseases) with multifactoriel aetiology has also been emphasized, here the application of correct breeding plans make it possible to  significantly lower the frequency of the disease. The online voice version includes a slide show with more than 350 slides.
     
nach oben Histologie
  • Computer Aided Learning - Histology
    This section is a compendium of images from the histology lab sessions. Since they were made from the some of the same kodachromes that were used to make the Color Atlas of Veterinary Histology (Bacha, Wood), many of the images will be the same as seen in the book. It is organized by labs and easy to quickly navigate through, providing a quick and easy reference to the images presented in lab.
     
  • Histology by Systems
    By Roger Reep.
    Dr. Reep's teaching images: Endocrinolgy; Respiration; Cardiovascular; Male reproduction; Female reproduction; Gender indentity; Musculoskeletal; Digestion embryology and development; Digestion histology; Urogenital development and abnormalities; Urogenital histology.
     
  • HistoWeb
    HistoWeb ist der kursbegleitende Webservice zum Kurs der mikroskopischen Anatomie am Anatomischen Institut der Universität Tübingen. Es basiert auf HistoTutor und soll die Studenten auf die Kurstage und Testate vorbereiten.
     
  • Internet Guide to Veterinary Microscopic Anatomy
    By Don Samuelson.
    The site consists of a collection of histology course materials which include annotated histology images and brief anatomical descriptions. Topics covered by this guide are the Epithelium, Epithelial Aging, Glands, Connective Tissue, Blood, Muscle and Nerves. A collection of online practice quizzes are available and the answers are provided.
     
  • The JayDoc HistoWeb
    The JayDoc HistoWeb is a histology atlas that corresponds with the laboratory exercises of the Cell & Tissue Biology course of the School of Medicine of the University of Kansas.
     
  • Lernprogramm Histologie
    Anatomisches Institut, Tierärztliche Hochschule Hannover.
    Histotutorial. Nach Geweben unterteilte Kapitel.
     
  • Veterinary Histology
    University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.
    This website is designed to aid veterinary students in identifying vital microscopic veterinary anatomy.
    Contents: Histologic Tissue Types; Histologic Organ Systems; Lab Manual; Etymology.
     
nach oben Hunde
  • Canine Anatomy Case Studies
    Six case studies organized by region (thoracic limb, thorax, head, abdomen, abdomen and pelvic limb) that apply knowledge of anatomy to clinical practice. Case studies are part of a course in anatomy for veterinary students.
     
  • Canine Brain Atlas
    College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Minnesota.
    Provides access to 16 images of transverse sections of the dog brain, stained with luxol fast blue and cresyl violet. The images have interactive labels, identifying different areas of the brain.
     
  • Canine Cardiology
    Western College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Saskatchewan.
    An educational resource for students includes anatomy, physiology, stethoscope use and auscultation. Illustrated with sound recordings and interpretive video of normal findings.
     
  • Canine Planar Anatomy Quiz
    Images of transverse, sagittal, and dorsal plane sections of cadavers are presented in a quiz format.
     
  • Canine Topographic Anatomy
    Images of radiographs with anatomic structures labelled; for use in anatomy course for veterinary students.
     
  • Cutaneous Round Cell Tumors in Dogs and Cats
    An on-line tutorial for veterinary practitioners from the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine's Clinical Pathology Section of the Department of Pathobiology.
     
  • The Leukogram of Dogs, Cats, Horses, and Cattle
    An on-line tutorial about The Leukogram of Dogs, Cats, Horses, and Cattle for veterinary practitioners from the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine's Clinical Pathology Section of the Department of Pathobiology.
     
  • Parasites of the Dog
    University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.
    Information is provided on over 50 parasites and and topics covered for each parasite includes adult parasites, hosts, lifecycle, site where adult parasite is found in host, diagnosis, clinical signs and treatment. Includes images.
     
  • Parasitological Examination of Dog Faeces
    Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge.
    Sheelagh Lloyd and Mark Holmes.
    This tutorial consisting of some 85 screens is divided into 4 sections: 1. Techniques for parasitological examination of dog faeces, 2. Structural features of the parasite stages seen in dog faeces, 3. A key for the identification of these parasites, and 4. A quiz for self assessment.
    Requires Macromedia Shockwave plug-ins.
     
  • Skeletal Dog Forelimb
    University of Bristol.
    This CALnet tutorial features the dog forelimb (Mebrum Thoracum). Each section includes coloured images and illustrations and covers the scapula & humerus, radius & ulna, carpals & metacarpals, and the phalanges in the forelimb.
     
  • Small Animal Diagnostic and Therapeutic Techniques
    By Cheryl R. Dhein.
    Most of the procedures are demonstrated on dogs, although the procedure is similar in the cat. Contents: Intramuscular injections; subcutaneous administration; cephalic and saphenous catheterization; placement of a butterfly catheter; venipuncture - cat; mass or lymph node aspiration; jugular catheter placement; central venous catheter placement; cystocentesis; urinary catheterization - dog; bone marrow aspiration/core; femoral artery puncture; thoracocentesis; thoracic drain placement; csf collection; arthrocentesis; nasogastric intubation - cat; urinary catheterization - male cat; placement of a stomach tube and gavage; otoscopic examination.
     
  • The Visible Animal Viewer
    Tierärztliche Fakultät, Ludwig-Maximilian-Universität München.
    Diese Web-Seiten sind vom NPAC Visible Human Viewer abgeleitet und erlauben es, unter Zuhilfenahme der Bilddaten des "Visible Animal Projects", hochauflösende Bilder von zweidimensionalen Schnittbildern eines Hundes auszuwählen und zu betrachten.
     
nach oben Immunologie
  • Immunologie-Scripten
    Institut für Veterinär-Virologie, Universität Bern.
    Sammlung deutschsprachiger Scripten zur Immunologie für Veterinärmediziner.
     
nach oben Infektionskrankheiten
  • Infectious Diseases
    By Gregory C. Troy.
    The site provides access to the lecture notes and slides from the Infectious diseases module, which focuses on infectious diseases in small animals. Topics covered include canine distemper, hepatozoonosis, canine leptospirosis, toxoplasmosis, trypanosomiasis, and neosporosis.
     
nach oben Katzen
  • Anatomically Correct: The On-line Cat Dissection
    This site provides interactive photographs of the cat's anatomy, labelled diagrams, video footage of a veterinarian dissecting a cat, tests and quizzes on the anatomy of the cat, and resources for teachers.
     
  • Cat Muscles
    Created by R. Roper and Carol Parker for the Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.
    This site provides a multimedia tutorial on cat muscles.
     
  • Cutaneous Round Cell Tumors in Dogs and Cats
    An on-line tutorial for veterinary practitioners from the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine's Clinical Pathology Section of the Department of Pathobiology.
     
  • The Leukogram of Dogs, Cats, Horses, and Cattle
    An on-line tutorial about The Leukogram of Dogs, Cats, Horses, and Cattle for veterinary practitioners from the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine's Clinical Pathology Section of the Department of Pathobiology.
     
  • Parasites of the Cat
    University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.
    Information is provided on over 33 parasites and topics covered for each parasite includes adult parasites, hosts, lifecycle, site where adult parasite is found in host, diagnosis, clinical signs and treatment. Includes images.
     
  • Small Animal Diagnostic and Therapeutic Techniques
    By Cheryl R. Dhein.
    Most of the procedures are demonstrated on dogs, although the procedure is similar in the cat. Contents: Intramuscular injections; subcutaneous administration; cephalic and saphenous catheterization; placement of a butterfly catheter; venipuncture - cat; mass or lymph node aspiration; jugular catheter placement; central venous catheter placement; cystocentesis; urinary catheterization - dog; bone marrow aspiration/core; femoral artery puncture; thoracocentesis; thoracic drain placement; csf collection; arthrocentesis; nasogastric intubation - cat; urinary catheterization - male cat; placement of a stomach tube and gavage; otoscopic examination.
     
  • Virtual Cat Anatomy
    Created by R. Roper and C.Parker for the Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.
    This site is a multimedia tutorial on cat anatomy structures.
     
nach oben Mäuse
  • Mouse Atlas
    UCLA Laboratory of Neuro Imaging, David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA.
    Diffusion-weighted uMRI images were acquired over several hours in a high-field magnet. Diffusion-weighted volumes show a great deal of anatomical detail and good contrast between gray and white matter. Blockface imaging is a colorimetric imaging modality free of many of the spatial artifacts that affect serially stained sections: shatter, tears, bubbles, and other mechanical distortions. High-resolution color images of the blockface are acquired as it is sectioned, relying on the inherent contrast of white and gray matter to discriminate anatomical boundaries.
     
nach oben Mikrobiologie
  • Abbildungen zum mikrobiologischen Kursus des Institutes für Mikrobiologie und Tierseuchen der Tierärztlichen Hochschule Hannover

     
  • DNA Artist
    Rolf Kocherhans, Institute of Virology, University of Zurich.
    DNA Artist is a collection of small Molecular Biology programs. You can do things like search for Compatible Enzyme ends or do a PCR Melting point temperature calculation with different formulas, or you can run a Digest Preview of an Agarose Gel etc. DNA Artist is a collection of quite simple applications, but some of its features can not be found elsewhere.
     
  • Doc Kaiser's Microbiology Website
    Gary E. Kaiser.
    Gary Kaiser put together this Lecture/ Lab teaching resource on Microbiology. Organized into four units, the main topics in the Lecture Guide section include Bacteria and Fungi; Protozoa, Viruses, and Nonspecific Body Defenses; Immune Responses; and Microbial Genetics/ Metabolism. Each unit contains a brief summary of the topic, with several links to color illustrations or animations. The online Microbiology Lab Manual covers 22 full labs, from the basics of microscope use and the sizes/ shapes of microorganisms through parasitology. While the site connection is a bit slow, the content/ layout is decent, making this a useful overview and solid introduction to microbiology.
     
  • ICTVdB - Picture Gallery
    International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses
    A visual entry to ICTVdB with virus names tabulated against electron micrographs, diagrams, and linked to virus descriptions.
     
  • Microbiology Techniques
    Ohio State University, College of Veterinary Medicine.
    Contents: Canine Infectious Diseases; Feline Infectious Diseases; Equine Infectious Diseases; Bovine Infectious Diseases; Porcine Infectious Diseases; Smears and Stains; Dermatophytes.
     
  • 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.
     
  • Molekularbiologie-Kurs
    Online-Kurs zur Molekularbiologie. Mit Repetitorium für Studierende der Human- und Veterinär-Medizin von Hans Trachsel, Institut für Biochemie und Molekularbiologie der Universität Bern.
     
  • Veterinary Virology
    By Vikram Misra.
    The objective of the course is to help you understand how virus and host factors interact and how these interactions lead to disease and/or recovery and how you can apply this knowledge to the prevention and management of disease.
     
  • Veterinary Virology
    By Peter H. Russell.
    The Virology Course, 2000. The aim of this foundation course is to link the structure, diagnosis and control of the different families of veterinary viruses in an up-to-date and well-paced manner.
     
  • Virologie: Vorlesungen & Kurse 2001/02
    Institut für Virologie, Universität Zürich.
    Vorlesungsunterlagen, Prüfungsfragen, Foliensammlung, zusätzliche Unterlagen etc.
     
  • World Index of Molecular Visualization Resources
    For a comprehensive listing of interactive tutorials, the World Index can't be beat. Cross-referencing by title, author, and subject enables you to browse this index the way you want to. Of note: this site is a really nifty Visitor Maintained Index (VMI).
     
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  • Animations for Learning Reproductive Biology in Farm Animals
    Neural-endocrine reflex, hypothalamus-anterior pituitary axis, ovarian cycle, regulation of the estrous cycle, regulation of luteolysis, placentation (pig, mare), demos (fertilization, sperm development).
     
  • Encyclopedia of Farm Animal Behavior (EFAB)
    By the United States Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Research Service, Southern Plains Area, Livestock Issues Research Unit, Multimedia Division.
    EFAB is a teaching and research resource aimed at those interested in applied animal ethology and in particular farm animal behaviour. Definitions of animal behaviour used in this project have been reprinted or adapted from the Dictionary of Farm Animal Behavior, second edition, by J. F. Hurnik, A. B. Webster, and P.B. Siegel, 1995 by Iowa State University Press, Ames. Video images are presented in MPG format and are accessible through an A to Z index accompanied by a definition from the encyclopaedia. Species behaviour presently covered are cattle and pigs and each image is peer-reviewed by a species panel.
     
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  • Cestodes : life cycle and structures
    Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge.
    Sheelagh Lloyd, R. M. Connan and Mark Holmes.
    The structural features of tapeworms and their lifecycles are covered in this tutorial.
    Requires Macromedia Shockwave plug-ins.
     
  • Course on Tropical Parasitology
    By Fred R. Opperdoes and Véronique Hannaert.
    This website contains an undergraduate course given to students in parasitology with a main emphasis on the parasitic diseases of the developing world. Various aspects are dealt with for each disease, such as biology, prevalence, treatment, vaccine development, prevention, present research, etc. Many pictures are presented.
     
  • Cryptosporidium, isospora, toxoplasma, neospora and sarcocystis species : life cycles and structures
    Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge.
    Sheelagh Lloyd and Mark Holmes.
    This learning package contains descriptions of the life cycles and the life cycle stages of Eucoccidian organisms in the genera Cryptospridium, Isospora, Toxoplasma, Neospora and Sarcocystis.
    Requires Macromedia Shockwave plug-ins.
     
  • Diagnosis of Veterinary Endoparasitic Infections
    This program is designed to aid students, researchers, and clinicians in diagnosing parasitic infections.
     
  • Eimeria spp. Coccidiosis - Life cycle, Pathogenesis and Pathology
    Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge.
    S. Lloyd and M. A. Holmes.
    This learning package contains descriptions of the lifecycle stages of eimeria coccidia, sites of replication, and their pathology. The package contains some 50 pages of information and is an integral part of the parasitology course.
    Eimeria quiz - This package presents a series of images for identification by students.
    Requires Macromedia Shockwave plug-ins.
     
  • Equine Strongylids : structures, life cycles and epidemiology
    Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge.
    Sheelagh Lloyd, R. M. Connan and Mark Holmes.
    This tutorial contains descriptions and illustrations of strongylid species that infect the horse. The identification and life cycles of important species are described together with their pathology and epidemiology.
    Requires Macromedia Shockwave plug-ins.
     
  • Fleas and Lice : their life cycles and structures used for identification
    Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge.
    Sheelagh Lloyd and Mark Holmes.
    This learning package contains a desctiption of the life cycle stages of fleas and lice with desctiptions of the structures that are used for their identification.
    Requires Macromedia Shockwave plug-ins.
     
  • Gastrointestinal protozoa
    Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge.
    Sheelagh Lloyd and Mark Holmes.
    The life cycles, pathogenesis, importance and control of some GI tract protozoa are examined in this tutorial.
    Requires Macromedia Shockwave plug-ins.
     
  • Mites : their life cycles and structures used for identification
    Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge.
    Sheelagh Lloyd and Mark Holmes.
    This learning package contains a description of the life cycle stages of the arachnid mites and describes the structures that are used for the identification of mites.
    Mites quiz - This package presents a series of images for identification by students.
    Requires Macromedia Shockwave plug-ins.
     
  • Parasite Stages Commonly Found in Ruminant Faeces
    Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge.
    Sheelagh Lloyd and Mark Holmes.
    This package contains a series of images of the various parasite stages that can be found in the faecal examination of ruminants.
    Requires Macromedia Shockwave plug-ins.
     
  • Parasites of the Cat
    University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.
    Information is provided on over 33 parasites and topics covered for each parasite includes adult parasites, hosts, lifecycle, site where adult parasite is found in host, diagnosis, clinical signs and treatment. Includes images.
     
  • Parasites of the Dog
    University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.
    Information is provided on over 50 parasites and and topics covered for each parasite includes adult parasites, hosts, lifecycle, site where adult parasite is found in host, diagnosis, clinical signs and treatment. Includes images.
     
  • Parasitological Examination of Dog Faeces
    Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge.
    Sheelagh Lloyd and Mark Holmes.
    This tutorial consisting of some 85 screens is divided into 4 sections: 1. Techniques for parasitological examination of dog faeces, 2. Structural features of the parasite stages seen in dog faeces, 3. A key for the identification of these parasites, and 4. A quiz for self assessment.
    Requires Macromedia Shockwave plug-ins.
     
  • Parasitologie und Parasitismus
    Schweizerisches Tropeninstitut.
    Der inhaltliche Aufbau der Lernsoftware soll helfen, zu einem schrittweise tieferen Verständnis der Parasitologie und Epidemiologie zu kommen. Mit der Auswahl von 6 Modellparasiten — aus den zoologisch wichtigsten Tierstämmen — basiert das Programm auf dem Konzept des exemplarischen Lernens. Die "Institutsphilosophie" hat ausserdem den Anspruch, die Wirt-Parasit-Beziehungen von der molekularen bis zur Populationsstufe darzustellen. Parasitologie und Parasitismus werden aus einer multidisziplinären Warte heraus betrachtet.
    1. Lernstufe: Grundwissen erarbeiten (Lernmodule 1 bis 4)
    2. Lernstufe: Zusammenhänge erkennen (Lernmodule 5 bis 8)
    3. Lernstufe: Wissen anwenden (Lernmodul 9)
     
  • Parasitology
    School of Veterinary Medicine, Tuskegee University.
    This site provides a collection of online teaching materials on parasitology. It contains twenty chapters, covering parasites of various animals and body systems.
     
  • Trematodes
    Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge.
    Sheelagh Lloyd, R. M. Connan and Mark Holmes.
    This learning package examines the life cycles of Fasciola hepatica, Dicrocoellium dendriticum, and Paramphistomum spp. This is core material and must be examined before the Trematode lecture. This package also revises the pathogenesis, clinical signs and pathology induced by Fasciola hepatica, together with the epidemiology of the disease.
    Requires Macromedia Shockwave plug-ins.
     
  • Trichuridea, Spiruroidea and Filaroidea
    Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge.
    Sheelagh Lloyd, R. M. Connan and Mark Holmes.
    This learning package examines the lifecycles, pathogenesis, importance and control of some nematodes in the superfamilies Trichuridea, Spiruroidea and Filaroidea.
    Requires Macromedia Shockwave plug-ins.
     
  • 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.
     
  • 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.
     
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  • Case Studies In Small Animal Cardiovascular Medicine
    The site contains a collection of case studies dealing with a variety of cardiovascular problems in small animals, which are organised by symptom/disease. Each case study contains a history, presenting complaint, physical examination and problems. Supportive diagnostic aids such as ECG, 2D Echo and Radiographs are included when appropriate.
     
  • Clinical Pathology
    School of Veterinary Medicine, Tuskegee University.
    This site provides a collection of online teaching materials on clinical pathology. It contains ten chapters, covering anticoagulants, blood cell morphology and development, the erythrocytes, leukocyte function and clinical interpretation, water, electralyte and acid-base balance, hemostasis, evaluation of renal function, the clinical pathological assessment of the liver, specific glandular function tests and diagnostic cytology.
     
  • Clinical Pathology
    Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine (VMRCVM).
    Contents: Intro & General Principles of Data Interpretation; Erythrocyte Lecture; Leukocyte Lecture; Hematopoietic Neoplasia; Hemostasis Lecture; Electrolytes Lecture; Acid-Base Balance Lecture; Plasma Proteins Lecture; Liver Lecture; Urine/Muscle Lecture; Renal Lecture; GI Lecture; Endocrine Lecture; Cytology Lecture.
     
  • Clinical Problem Solving in Internal Medicine
    Five cases presented by the Small Animal Medicine Faculty, College of Veterinary Medicine, The Ohio State University.
     
  • Cutaneous Round Cell Tumors in Dogs and Cats
    An on-line tutorial for veterinary practitioners from the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine's Clinical Pathology Section of the Department of Pathobiology.
     
  • Diagnosis of Equine Lameness
    Program with steps to diagnosing lameness in 4 cases.
     
  • Emergency Medicine Case of the Week
    Emergency cases provide users with the opportunity to review emergency cases presented to the Veterinary Teaching Hospital of Colorado State University. Each case will be presented in the following order: Patient profile, History, Physical Examination, and Questions/Discussion.
     
  • General Pathology
    School of Veterinary Medicine, Tuskegee University.
    This site provides a collection of online teaching materials on general pathology. It contains eleven chapters, covering the normal and adapted cell, cellular injury and death, intracellular accumulations, extracellular accumulations, pathological pigmentations, circulatory disturbances, inflammation, healing and repair, growth disturbances, and neoplasia.
     
  • The Leukogram of Dogs, Cats, Horses, and Cattle
    An on-line tutorial about The Leukogram of Dogs, Cats, Horses, and Cattle for veterinary practitioners from the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine's Clinical Pathology Section of the Department of Pathobiology.
     
  • Necropsy Show & Tell
    John M. King, College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University.
    A collection of 35mm slide images of necropsy specimens. Selected images have been scanned into the computer and cataloged for use in these pages. There are a number of data fields recorded with each image and the contents of these fields are used to search for specific images or groups of images.
     
  • Pathology Descriptive Terminology and Glossary
    On-line tools for building pathology vocabulary and to improve descriptive and diagnostic skills. This program is designed to: 1.Improve your ability to describe gross specimens. 2.Improve your vocabulary of words commonly used in pathology. 3.Teach you the proper pronunciation of some commonly mispronounced words. 4.Enhance your ability to come up with a morphologic diagnosis. 5.Let you have a little fun while studying pathology.
     
  • Small Animal Nephrology & Urology
    Lecture notes, photographs, and case studies on small animal nephrology and urology.
     
  • Special Pathology
    School of Veterinary Medicine, Tuskegee University.
    This site provides a collection of online teaching materials on special pathology. It contains ten chapters, covering the cardiovascular system, the central nervous system, male genital system, female genital system, digestive system, the urinary system, skeletal system, muscular system, the respiratory system and the skin and its appendages.
     
  • Systemic Pathology
    School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Pennsylvania.
    This resource contains images and questions on various pathological processes of the major organs systems, covering the following organs/systems: genetic/neonatal, reproductive, lymphoid organs, bone marrow, respiratory, liver, pancreas, pleura/peritoneum, skin, urinary, bone, neurological, muscle, upper GI, lower GI, eye, endocrine, cardiovascular, and common lesion of small and large animals.
     
  • Veterinary Pathology Diagnostic Exercises
    On-line series of exercises in pathology with gross and microscopic photographs and accompanying brief discussions.
     
  • The Weipers Centre for Equine Welfare: Case Studies
    Various equine case studies.
     
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  • Diagnosis of Equine Lameness
    Program with steps to diagnosing lameness in 5 cases.
     
  • Diagnostic Radiology
    Atlantic Veterinary College, University of Prince Edward Island. By Patricia Rose.
    This collection contains over 60 radiographs of the equine head and limbs. Topics covered by this collection include pharyngeal anatomy, paranasal sinus, nasal cavity anatomy, anatomy of dental structures, and lameness diagnosis.
     
  • Equine Strongylids : structures, life cycles and epidemiology
    Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge.
    Sheelagh Lloyd, R. M. Connan and Mark Holmes.
    This tutorial contains descriptions and illustrations of strongylid species that infect the horse. The identification and life cycles of important species are described together with their pathology and epidemiology.
    Requires Macromedia Shockwave plug-ins.
     
  • Examination of the Equine Upper Respiratory Tract
    School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Pennsylvania.
    This illustrated teaching resource on an examination of the equine upper respiratory tract contains anatomical images of the normal upper respiratory tract, endoscopic views of the guttural pouch, and normal resting and dynamic exercising examinations.
     
  • Horse Head Series
    This series of images was taken from 35 mm slides of original sections of a deep-frozen horse head sliced with band saw and mounted in Perspex pots in the Veterinary Anatomy Museum, within Murdoch University.
    The sections were originally prepared by Richard Krumins, photographed by Geoff Griffiths, and annotated in June 1983 by Associate Professor John Grandage, of Murdoch University's School of Veterinary Studies.
     
  • The Leukogram of Dogs, Cats, Horses, and Cattle
    An on-line tutorial about The Leukogram of Dogs, Cats, Horses, and Cattle for veterinary practitioners from the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine's Clinical Pathology Section of the Department of Pathobiology.
     
  • The Weipers Centre for Equine Welfare: Case Studies
    Various equine case studies.
     
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  • Case Studies in Clinical Pharmacology
    Case work-ups including studies in therapeutic/supportive actions, benefit, mode of action, and risk of different interventions, differential diagnoses, diagnostics, and drug choice and dose.
     
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  • HyperHeart
    By Don Blumenthal.
    HyperHeart is an interactive animation/movie developed for Dr. Blumenthal's pharmacology course detailing bloodflow, aortic/ventricular volumes and pressures present in a normal cardiac cycle. Also included are an electrocardiogram and heart sounds graph. Tutorials are provided for each phase of the cycle and interactive functions such as frame-by frame viewing, high/low quality toggle for faster playback, and a pop-up-menu to select the phase tutorials can all be utilized within the animation itself.
    Requires the Shockwave Flash plugin.
     
  • Muscle Physiology
    University of California, San Diego.
    Online tutorials for students to improve their knowledge of muscle structure and function.
     
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  • Monkey Atlas
    UCLA Laboratory of Neuro Imaging, David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA.
    A three dimensional multi-modality computerized map of the nemestrina monkey brain was created with serial sectioning and digital imaging techniques. An adult female Macaca nemestrina (pigtail macaque) weighing 7.2 kg was used in constructing this atlas. CT, PET, and MRI were performed on the monkey before the specimen's head was frozen and cryoplaned.
     
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  • Bovine Orthopaedic Radiography
    Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge.
    Annie Jones.
    This teaching resource describes how radiography is used as a diagnostic tool in bovines and presents clinical cases where radiography has been useful in diagnosis and/or prognosis.
    Requires Macromedia Shockwave plug-ins.
     
  • Diagnostic Radiology
    Atlantic Veterinary College, University of Prince Edward Island. By Patricia Rose.
    This collection contains over 60 radiographs of the equine head and limbs. Topics covered by this collection include pharyngeal anatomy, paranasal sinus, nasal cavity anatomy, anatomy of dental structures, and lameness diagnosis.
     
  • Exotics Radiology
    The University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.
    This site presents normal radiographs of exotic species (avian, ferret, rabbit, turtle, and iguana) and a collection of case reports. Images and radiographs are provided throughout this tutorial and helpful hints on navigation are available on each page. Requires Macromedia Shockwave.
     
  • Large Animal Radiology
    University of Pennsylvania.
    Contains case studies for a number of ailments with examples including radiographs.
     
  • Radiology
    University College Dublin, Department of Veterinary Anatomy.
    Contents: X-ray theory; Thorax; Abdomen; Pelvis; Head and neck; Limbs; Spine; Quiz; Contrast studies; Abnormalities.
     
  • Radiology - Small Animal Case Studies
    University of Pennsylvania, School of Veterinary Medicine.
    5 small animal radiology case studies.
     
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  • Rat Atlas
    UCLA Laboratory of Neuro Imaging, David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA.
    A three dimensional (3D) computerized map of rat brain anatomy was generated using six male Sprague-Dawley rats, weighing 270-320 g. Their heads were frozen and closely spaced cryosectional images were digitally captured every 50 microns at 1024 x 1024 resolution. Each serial data set was organized into a digital volume, re-oriented into a flat skull position, and brought into register with each other.
     
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  • Atlas of the Sheep Brain
    The atlas is comprised of coronal sections, each one 35 micrometers thick, and it is possible to obtain side, top or bottom views of the whole brain. For each section, anatomical labels are provided, and it is possible to view both cell and fibre staining. Photographs of the external surface of the brain, from top, bottom and side perspectives, are also provided.
     
  • Sheep and Goats Module
    University of Arizona.
    A "self-instruction" module in Sheep & Goats.
     
  • The Sheep Brain Dissection Guide
    A step-by-step illustrated dissection guide to the sheep's brain, offered by the University of Scranton's Neuroscience Program.
     
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  • Pig Diseases
    Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge.
    By Adam West, based on the photographs of Peter Jackson.
    Teaching resource, presents a collection of pig diseases.
    Requires Macromedia Shockwave plug-ins.
     
  • Pig Take-home Training Packet
    University of Arizona.
    A "self-instruction" module in Pigs.
     
  • Virtual Fetal Pig Dissection
    Simulated dissection of the fetal pig provides an alternative exercise for students in introductory biology and a material review prior to lab exams.
     
  • The Virtual Pig Dissection
    Contains: Anatomical references - Respiratory System - Circulatory System - Digestive System - Reproductive system - Sexing your pig - Excretory system - Nervous system; Quizzes
     
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  • Online Nutrition
    Contains two courses of interactive on-line tutorials. Course 1 is suitable for breeders, vet nurses, pet store retailers, animal trainers or any pet owner who simply wants to learn more about feeding their dog or cat. Course 2 covers clinical nutrition and recommended only for those people within the veterinary profession.
     
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  • IACUC Web Training Modules
    The University of Arizona Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee.
    Contents: Law & Regulations; Cattle Module; Dog Module; Poultry Module; Rabbit Module; Sheep & Goat Module; Swine Module; Xenopus laevis Module; Rodents; Surgery, Anesthesia.
     
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  • Toxicology Tutorials
    National Library of Medicine.
    Contents: Toxicology Tutor I - Basic Principles. Toxicology Tutor II - Toxicokinetics. Toxicology Tutor III - Cellular Toxicology.
     
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  • Avian Medicine
    School of Veterinary Medicine, Tuskegee University.
    This site provides a collection of online teaching materials on avian medicine. It contains nine chapters, covering the avian anatomy, physiology and management, diseases caused by bacteria, diseases caused by fungi, neoplastic diseases, nutritional and metabolic diseases, protozoan diseases, metazoan parasites, and miscellaneous diseases.
     
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