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Zoological Philosophy By JEAN BAPTISTE DE MONET, CHEVALIER DE LAMARCK
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LAMARCK Zoological Philosophy Jean Baptiste de Monet, Chevalier de Lamarck, was born in Picardy, France, Aug. I, 1744, the cadet of an ancient but impoverished house. It was his father's desire that... More > he should enter the Church, but his inclination was for a military life; and having, at the age of seventeen, joined the French army under De Broglie, he had within twenty-four hours the good fortune so to distinguish himself as to win his commission. When the Museum of Natural History was brought into existence in 1794 he was sufficiently well-known as a naturalist to be entrusted with the care of the collections of invertebrates, comprising insects, molluscs, polyps, and worms. Here he continued to lecture until his death in 1829.< Less
Bible Zoology By Milton Jones
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People are always fascinated with animals. This is only natural since the animals were created for man's use and enjoyment. Since the existence of man is intertwined with the physical world in... More > which he dwells, it is only natural that animals should play a significant role in the history of the world, much of which is recorded in the Word of God. The use of animals in the Bible both as a means of sustaining life and as a means of teaching God's truth is apparent to even the casual reader. Quite often animals are used symbolically in Scripture as a means of enhancing understanding by com-paring the sublime to the mundane. For that reason it is useful to study Bible fauna.< Less
Bible Zoology By Milton Jones
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People are always fascinated with animals. This is only natural since the animals were created for man's use and enjoyment. Since the existence of man is intertwined with the physical world in... More > which he dwells, it is only natural that animals should play a significant role in the history of the world, much of which is recorded in the Word of God. The use of animals in the Bible both as a means of sustaining life and as a means of teaching God's truth is apparent to even the casual reader. Quite often animals are used symbolically in Scripture as a means of enhancing understanding by com-paring the sublime to the mundane. For that reason it is useful to study Bible fauna.< Less
General Zoology: Volume 2 By OpenStax College
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This free and open textbook is based on “Biology” by OpenStax College. You can access the entire book for no cost online at http://cnx.org/content/col11672/1.1 . This is the second... More > volume of a collection edited by Dr. Karen Reiss of College of the Redwoods for her General Zoology course. This selection and arrangement of content as a collection is copyrighted by Rice University with a Creative Commons Attribution License 3.0. You can learn more about this license at http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/< Less
General Zoology: Volume 1 By OpenStax College
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This free and open textbook is based on “Biology” by OpenStax College. You can access the entire book for no cost online at http://cnx.org/content/col11672/1.1 . This is the first volume... More > of a collection edited by Dr. Karen Reiss of College of the Redwoods for her General Zoology course. This selection and arrangement of content as a collection is copyrighted by Rice University with a Creative Commons Attribution License 3.0. You can learn more about this license at http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/< Less
Dictionary of Invertebrate Zoology By Armand R. Maggenti, Mary Ann Maggenti, Scott L. Gardner
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An exhaustive dictionary of over 13,000 terms relating to invertebrate zoology, including etymologies, word derivations and taxonomic classification. Entries cover parasitology, nematology, marine... More > invertebrates, insects, and anatomy, biology, and reproductive processes for the following phyla: Acanthocephala, Annelida, Arthropoda, Brachiopoda, Bryozoa, Chaetognatha, Cnidaria, Ctenophora, Echinodermata, Echiura, Entoprocta, Gastrotricha, Gnathostomulida, Kinorhyncha, Loricifera, Mesozoa, Mollusca, Nemata, Nematomorpha, Nemertea, Onychophora, Pentastoma, Phoronida, Placozoa, Platyhelminthes, Pogonophora, Porifera, Priapula, Rotifera, Sipuncula, and Tardigrada.< Less
Dictionary of Invertebrate Zoology --Paperback By Maggenti Mary Ann, Maggenti Armand, Gardner Scott
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An exhaustive dictionary of over 13,000 terms relating to invertebrate zoology, including etymologies, word derivations and taxonomic classification. Entries cover parasitology, nematology, marine... More > invertebrates, insects, and anatomy, biology, and reproductive processes for the following phyla: Acanthocephala, Annelida, Arthropoda, Brachiopoda, Bryozoa, Chaetognatha, Cnidaria, Ctenophora, Echinodermata, Echiura, Entoprocta, Gastrotricha, Gnathostomulida, Kinorhyncha, Loricifera, Mesozoa, Mollusca, Nemata, Nematomorpha, Nemertea, Onychophora, Pentastoma, Phoronida, Placozoa, Platyhelminthes, Pogonophora, Porifera, Priapula, Rotifera, Sipuncula, and Tardigrada.< Less
A Dictionary for Invertebrate Zoology By Tim Williams
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This reference work is the most comprehensive and up to date dictionary for invertebrate zoology currently available. The 21,500 entries cover etymology, invertebrate anatomy, biology, reproduction... More > and provide an extensive taxonomic coverage of the 36 invertebrate phyla down to the level of family, including numerous subfamilies and many species that are of particular interest. Invertebrate zoology is not studied in isolation and thus the dictonary contains many terms that one would normally come across from the related fields of Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Ecology, Earth History, Genetics, Paleontology, Physiology, Taxonomy and Zoogeography. There is also a brief introduction to scientific Latin and Greek and an appendix giving an outline classification of the animal kingdom. This dictionary is the standard reference for students and will also be invaluable for naturalists and all those with an interest in invertebrate zoology. For more details and previews see www.trw-books.com< Less
A Dictionary for Invertebrate Zoology By Tim Williams
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This reference work is the most comprehensive and up to date dictionary for invertebrate zoology currently available. The 21,500 entries cover etymology, invertebrate anatomy, biology, reproduction... More > and provide an extensive taxonomic coverage of the 36 invertebrate phyla down to the level of family, including numerous subfamilies and many species that are of particular interest. Invertebrate zoology is not studied in isolation and thus the 704 pages contain many terms that one would normally come across from the related fields of Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Ecology, Earth History, Genetics, Paleontology, Physiology, Taxonomy and Zoogeography. There is also a brief introduction to scientific Latin and Greek and an appendix giving an outline classification of the animal kingdom. This dictionary is the standard reference for students and will also be invaluable for naturalists and all those with an interest in invertebrate zoology. For more details and previews see www.trw-books.com< Less
A Dictionary for Invertebrate Zoology By Tim Williams
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This reference work is the most comprehensive and up to date dictionary for invertebrate zoology currently available. The 21,500 entries cover etymology, invertebrate anatomy, biology, reproduction... More > and provide an extensive taxonomic coverage of the 36 invertebrate phyla down to the level of family, including numerous subfamilies and many species that are of particular interest. Invertebrate zoology is not studied in isolation and thus the 704 pages contain many terms that one would normally come across from the related fields of Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Ecology, Earth History, Genetics, Paleontology, Physiology, Taxonomy and Zoogeography. There is also a brief introduction to scientific Latin and Greek and an appendix giving an outline classification of the animal kingdom. This dictionary is the standard reference for students and will also be invaluable for naturalists and all those with an interest in invertebrate zoology.< Less