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Developmental biology

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View Resource FishScope

Mark Cooper, professor of Zoology at the University of Washington, maintains this site which features time-lapse recordings and confocal images of the development of fish. Visitors can view QuickTime and MPEG movies of: zebrafish developmental landmarks, neural crest and neural tube dynamics, and medaka embryo contraction waves fish epidermal cells. In addition, a still image gallery and material...

http://depts.washington.edu/fishscop/
View Resource The Virtual Embryo

This site, created by Dr. Leon W. Browder at the University of Calgary, Canada, is highlighted by Dynamic Development: A Modular Resource to Facilitate Learning in Developmental Biology. From gametogenesis to genetic regulation of development, each subject heading is fully explained, followed by associated graphics and suggested readings. This highly educational site is complimented by Learning...

http://people.ucalgary.ca/~browder/virtualembryo/
View Resource Developmental Biology Cinema

The Developmental Biology Cinema emerged after an inspired breakfast meeting at the 13th International Congress of Developmental Biology in Snowbird, Utah (July 1997). DBC's mission is "to get video sequences of developing embryos (organisms), and experimental techniques, from the developmental biologist's lab to the eyeballs of interested individuals in a user-friendly and inexpensive form."...

http://www.sdbonline.org/sites/archive/dbcinema/
View Resource Amphibian Embryology Tutorial

Amphibian Embryology Tutorial, originally created to supplement Jeff Hardin's Introduction to Animal Development course at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, is "part of an ongoing project designed to implement multimedia and computer-based learning materials in the university undergraduate classroom." The tutorial is organized by major stages of development: Oogenesis and fertilization,...

http://worms.zoology.wisc.edu/frogs/welcome.html
View Resource Developmental Physiology

This Web portal offered through the University of North Texas aims to "promote a sense of identity and connectivity among interested scientists and students active in the burgeoning field of developmental physiology." Users will find a wide array of useful features and services, including developmental physiology news, career and funding information, regularly updated links to related...

http://biology.unt.edu/developmentalphysiology/
View Resource Society for Developmental Biology

The Society for Developmental Biology (SDB) works "to further the study of development in all organisms and at all levels, to represent and promote communication among students of development, and to promote the field of developmental biology." The SDB website offers services for professional scientists and students alike. Biologists will appreciate the Job Openings section which lists funding...

http://www.sdbonline.org/
View Resource Nature Milestones

What were the most important advances in cutaneous biology of the past 100 years? The Nature Milestones website provides a detailed answer to that question, along with similar responses regarding light microscopy, cancer, and gene expression. All told there are ten special features on the site, and each feature includes an interactive timeline, scientific commentaries, and a selection of articles...

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https://www.nature.com/milestones/index.html