Indexing the world's known species Using Species 2000 Species Locator Go to Catalogue of Life 2002 Go to Dynamic Checklist Go to Names Service How to Link Directly to the Catalogue of Life Go to Catalogue of Life 2000 version Species 2000 has the objective of enumerating all known species of plants, animals, fungi and microbes on Earth as the baseline dataset for studies of global biodiversity.
ETI is dedicated to improving on a global scale the quantity, quality and accessibility of taxonomic information on CD-ROMs and the online WBD.
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BioNET-INTERNATIONAL is dedicated to supporting sustainable development by helping developing countries to overcome the taxonomic impediment by becoming self-reliant in taxonomy, i.e. self-reliant in the skills, infrastructure and technologies needed to discover, identify, name, classify and to understand the relationships of all organisms. Search EcoPort About BioNET-INTERNATIONAL Newsletter - ...
Taxonomy, Systematics, and Bioinformatics at the University of Glasgow Home | People | Research | Data | Software | Publications | Services | Teaching | Links News May 2002 Bioinformatics Research Centre launched at Glasgow February 19th 2002 Iowa State Supertree server November 20th 2001 RadCon 1.1.4 released. November 14th 2001 Taxonomy at Glasgow site relauched as Page Lab web site.
A collection of information about species and life on earth, organized according to the principles of taxonomy.
CLASSIFICATION OF LIVING THINGS: An Introduction to the Principles of Taxonomy with a Focus on Human Classification Categories TOPICS ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Introduction Principles of Classification Kingdom to Subphylum Class Subclass to Infraclass Related Internet Sites Glossary of Terms Table of the Kingdoms Table of Human Classification Web Expeditions SELECT ANOTHER TUTORIAL This page was ...
The Fairchild Tropical Garden Botanical Resource Center is a clearinghouse for botanical information and data. It has a huge virtual herbarium, thousands of plant pictures from all over the world, cladograms, keys, and databases too!
A Miami University lab exercise (used in evolution and paleontology courses) which illustrates the creativity involved in taxonomy and the roles form and function, ancestral traits and derived characters play in generating classification schemes. It can also serve as an introduction to topics in evolution and paleontology.
National Center for Biotechnology Information About NCBI NCBI at a Glance A Science Primer Databases and Tools Human Genome Resources Model Organisms Guide Outreach and Education News About NCBI Site Map Science Primer: Bioinformatics Genome Mapping Molecular Modeling SNPs ESTs Microarray Technology Molecular Genetics Pharmacogenomics Just the Facts: A Basic Introduction to the Science ...
ETI - World Taxonomist Database: search this directory of specialists by name, country or specialization. Don't forget to sign up yourself!
Glossary Terms Pertaining to Zoological Nomenclature Allotype A specimen designated from the type series that is the opposite sex of the holotype. Available name A name that is correctly proposed according to the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature. An available name is not necessarily the valid name. Category Any rank within the classification hierarchy, e.g., family, subfamily, ...
An online alphabetical list of Canadian systematists is maintained by the Canadian Museum of Nature.