Animal Genome Size Database, Release 2.0, is a comprehensive catalogue of animal genome size data. Haploid DNA contents (C-values, in picograms) are currently available for 5635 species (3731 vertebrates and 1904 non-vertebrates) based on 7286 records from 683 published sources. You can navigate the database using the menu on the left. New features in Release 2.0 include enhanced browsing and search functions, data export capabilities, and up to the minute summaries of available data.
The Animal Protection Index establishes a classification of 50 countries around the world according to their commitments to protect animals and improve animal welfare in policy and legislation.
Simple reviews of current best evidence to answer specific clinical questions.
It contains gross and histological anatomy of vertebrate placental tissues.
Created to facilitate further studies by providing comprehensive, up-to-date, and well-curated information to the scientific community worldwide. DBatVir devotes to serve as a valuable platform that not only be helpful to virologists who want to better understand the virome diversity of bats, but also be useful to zoologists concerned with the health of domestic and wild animals.
The goal of this site is to be an educational resource on veterinary clinical pathology – an “on-line” textbook as it were. The creators hope this will be a valuable resource, as are the several available paper textbooks on this discipline. They continually update and modify the site.
A website dedicated in providing everything about poultry.
It contains the complete set of histological specimens that features many excellent plastic sections prepared by Aulikki Kokko-Cunningham, M.D. Over 1000 labeled histological features are labled and have accompanying functional descriptions. All of this information is accessible though an alphabetical index and a search engine.
MediRabbit.com aims to share quality information about rabbit medicine: description of diseases, clinical signs and diagnosis, proper treatment, surgical procedures, radiographs with explanations, differentials, case reports, safe medication, etc.
MedlinePlus is the National Institutes of Health's Web site for patients and their families and friends. Produced by the National Library of Medicine, the world’s largest medical library, it brings you information about diseases, conditions, and wellness issues in language you can understand. MedlinePlus offers reliable, up-to-date health information, anytime, anywhere, for free.
The Online Veterinary Anatomy Museum (OVAM) project was funded by JISC as part of the Content Programme 2011-2013. It aims to provide access to veterinary anatomical resources in the form of a virtual museum.
The Online Veterinary Pathology Atlas consists in an alternative approach to learning that uses modern information technologies to provide a new, laid-back and interactive attitude towards study and research. What you see here is the result of a selection of images taken from the archives of the Veterinary Medicine Faculty, at Lisbon (Portugal) as well as from the private collections of some of the teaching staff at this institution.
The Online Zoo has over 20,000 photos of more than 2,700 species from zoos and aquariums all over North America and a few other places around the world.
PARA-SITE was designed to provide basic information about parasites causing disease in animals and people. It covers information on: parasite morphology (fundamental to taxonomy); host range (species specificity); site of infection (tissue/organ tropism); parasite pathogenicity (disease potential); modes of transmission (spread of infections); differential diagnosis (detection of infections); and treatment and control (cure and prevention).
PathoPic is a public access image database providing images of high quality for use in medical education and public health information. Each image has an unique identification number and is classified according to its topography, diagnosis, stain, etc.
Its mission is to help in providing the best care and attention to pets, by cutting through the noise and offering direct advice from verified vets, trainers and other pet experts.
Poultry keeper was started in 2008 and is now the #1 poultry website in the UK and in the Top 5 in the World for information about keeping backyard chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys, quail and Guinea fowl.
Contains an atlas of poultry pathology which provides images and text that demonstrate gross pathologic findings associated with poultry diseases conditions, publications include full-text articles on poultry diseases (authored by international experts), a comprehensive archive of news updated daily, a calendar of international events, and much more.
This website shows the grafic models of the complete dog skeleton. It is possible to rotate and see individual bones in 3D and in detail. There is also a model of the dog thorax.
The Exploratorium presents a visual tour of a brain dissection.
This database contains information about 223 species (and subspecies) of importance in veterinary bacteriology. These species belong to 84 genera and you can click on Genus to select a genus from the alphabetical list. You can also use the search facility on the left. Enter just a few letters from the word/name you are looking for; there is no need to enter a complete word.
VetFolio brings together the best educational material in the industry through the combined efforts and resources of the North American Veterinary Community (NAVC) and the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). It provides a one-stop resource platform for professional and personal advancement under a new way of learning—Continuous Education.
This website is a site whereby veterinary students get to have an interactive approach in learning veterinary anatomy. This website also provides coursewares which can be used on smartphones and tablets - the new best friend of almost every veterinary students nowadays. The main attraction of this website would be its interactive quizzes that can test your understanding of the anatomy of animals, with real pictures of cadavers. Additional information for students in their clinical years are also available in this website, whereby neurology is more emphasised here.
This website is designed to aid veterinary students in identifying vital microscopic veterinary anatomy. All images are property of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.
Portal for veterinary keyhole surgey including laparoscopy, thoracoscopy, and other minimally invasive surgical techniques in all veterinary patients large and small.
The Veterinary Pathology Image Database is a website created by the Servei de Diagnòstic de PatologiaVeterinària – SDPV (Veterinary Pathology Diagnostic Service). This Service belongs to the Veterinary School of the UniversitatAutònoma de Barcelona, Spain. This image database consists of a selection of digital images and scanned kodachromes taken from necropsies, slaughterhouse inspection and histopathological slides performed since 1984. Most of these pictures belong to the archives of the SDPV, however some pictures have been kindly donated by other European academic institutions or private collections.
Vetvice delivers practical and reliable information on dairy cow housing and husbandry to dairy farmers worldwide, and to their advisers and suppliers. Its aim is to maximise the health and welfare of animal and man alike while guaranteeing the cost-effective production of top-quality food products.
Web Atlas of Medical Parasitology aims to provide educational materials for medical students primarily, but professional workers in medical or paramedical fields may also refer to this site covering the significant parasites in the world. Each database of protozoans, nematodes, trematodes, cestodes and arthropods contains information on the morphology, life cycle, geographical distribution, symptoms, prevention, etc.
WikiVet is a worldwide collaborative project to develop a comprehensive on-line peer reviewed veterinary knowledge database. The aim is to cover the entire undergraduate curriculum. To access all of the content within WikiVet or edit anything requires registration, which is FREE, to ensure that is used by people related to the veterinary profession only.The WikiVet site is managed by the WikiVet Educational Foundation a UK Registered Charity number 1160546.