Anatomie - Anatomy
Animal Skull Collection
DeLoy Roberts' superb collection of skulls of over 200 species of birds and beasts,
mostly North American, photographed and available for your inspection.
Regional Primate Research Center, University of Washington.
BrainInfo is a website that helps one identify structures in the brain and
provides many different kinds of information about each structure. It consists
of three basic knowledge bases: Neuro Names, which
provides the index to brain structures and narrative information about them; the
Template Atlas, which shows the structures that are
found in the primate brain; and NeuroMaps, a set of
several hundred overlays that will show the location of different kinds of
information that have been mapped to the standard background maps (templates) of
the Atlas. Information about brain structures in other species, particularly the
human, is provided by links to other websites.
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.
The e-Skeletons Project
The e-Skeletons Project website enables you to view the bones of a human, gorilla, and
baboon and gather information about them from our osteology database.
An online atlas and database of the Drosophila nervous system.
Flybrain will contain a variety of anatomical
descriptions of the central and peripheral nervous system both of the adult and
of other developmental stages of Drosophila melanogaster. All data are subjected
to peer review and there will be opportunity for on-line feedback from users. At
the entry level of the Atlas the user will find a hypertext tour guide to the
basic structure of the nervous system. Deeper levels will contain more specific
information concerning different anatomical structures developmental stages and
visualization techniques. The overall aim of this project is to develop a
combined atlas and database of the Drosophila melanogaster nervous system. An
extensive overview of the system is available.
The Hoof Explorer
Die Leipziger Firma Effigos AG hat mit Unterstützung des Veterinär-Anatomischen Instituts der Universität Leipzig ein detailliertes
virtuelles 3D-Modell des Pferdehufes entwickelt. Mit diesem interaktiven Programm können funktionell-anatomische
Sachverhalte des Pferdehufs an Studierende, Tierärzte und andere Interessierte vermittelt werden.
Die Web-Anwendung mit dem Namen „Hoof Explorer“ ist ab sofort für jedermann frei zugänglich.
Für das extrem detaillierte Hufmodell wurden alle Knochen und Knorpel (10), Muskeln, Sehnen und
Bänder (48), Gefäße (68), Nerven (17), die Dermis, Epidermis und die Hornkapsel anatomisch korrekt
modelliert. Mit Hilfe zahlreicher Softwarefunktionen kann der Nutzer das Modell per Maus oder
Tastatur frei bewegen, zoomen, spiegeln, nahezu beliebige Selektionen von Teilstrukturen vornehmen
und Transparenzen einstellen. Die präzise Bezeichnung aller Strukturen wird wahlweise in Deutsch,
Englisch oder Latein angezeigt.
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 Mouse Brain Library
Consists of high-resolution images and databases of brains from many genetically
characterized strains of mice. The mission is to systematically map and characterize
genes that modulate architecture of the mammalian CNS. The site contains approximately 750 mouse
brains, and numerical data from over 8,000 mice. The MBL also provides access to online tutorials,
online movies (in QuickTime format), and a collection of links to other interesting Web resources.
Online Veterinary Anatomy Museum
The Online Veterinary Anatomy Museum (OVAM) aims to provide access to veterinary anatomical resources
in the form of a virtual museum. OVAM provides access to a comprehensive and pedagogically structured
set of veterinary anatomical resources. These are aggregated and ordered in an environment which makes
them easily discoverable by different cohorts of learners. Key to the success of this project will be
the development of effective methodologies to embed and integrate these materials within a traditional
curriculum to maximise exposure, uptake and sustainability.
The Sheep Brain Atlas
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.
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.
at the University of Minnesota
Informations about veterinary anatomy courses at the U of MN - instructional software authored
by faculty and students at the U of MN - veterinary anatomy instructional web sites from
the U of MN - veterinary anatomy faculty at the U of MN - world-wide links pertinent to
Veterinary Anatomy Museum
College of Veterinaty Medicine, University of Minnesota
The museum is a resource for the teaching, research, and outreach programs of
the College of Veterinay Medicine. Contents: Slide show; Species index; Region index; Disease index;
Virtual Cat Anatomy
Created by R. Roper and C.Parker for the Mississippi Gulf Coast Community
This site is a multimedia tutorial on cat anatomy structures.
Will's Skull Page
By Will Higgs.
A comprehensive site created by Will Higgs to document his extensive collection
of skulls. Species are listed in both alphabetical and taxonomic order for easy
navigation with details and photographs of skull morphology given for each
species. There is also a glossary, web links and detailed information on the
preparation and preservation of animal skulls.