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  1. Microbiology with Diseases by Taxonomy: Study Guide, 2nd Edition by Robert W. Bauman, Mindy Miller-Kittrell, et all 2006-03-30
  2. The Birds of Ecuador, Vol. 1: Status, Distribution, and Taxonomy by Robert S. Ridgely, Paul J. Greenfield, 2001-07
  3. Taxonomy of Educational Objectives by Daved R. Krathwohl, 1974
  4. Monerans & Protists (Taxonomy) by Dr.Alvin/Virginia/Robert Silve, 1997-12-09
  5. Agaricales in Modern Taxonomy by Rolf Singer, 1987-01
  6. A taxonomy of concepts in communication (Humanistic studies in the communication arts) by Reed H Blake, 1975
  7. Taxonomy of Educational Objectives: The Classification of Educational Goals. by Benjaman S. Bloom, 1969-06
  8. Principles and Techniques of Contemporary Taxonomy (Tertiary Level Biology) by Donald L. Quicke, 1993-07-31
  9. Seed Purity and Taxonomy: Application of Purity Testing Techniques to Specific Taxonomical Groups of Seeds by Doris Baxter, Lawrence O. Copeland, 2008-06
  10. Vampire Taxonomy: Identifying and Interacting with the Modern-Day Bloodsucker by Meredith Woerner, 2009-11-03
  11. A Dictionary of Microbial Taxonomy by S. T. Cowan, 1978-10-31
  12. Taxonomy of Vascular Plants
  13. Modern Bacterial Taxonomy by F. Priest, B. Austin, 1993
  14. Martes: Taxonomy, Ecology, Techniques, and Management

61. A Taxonomy Of WebQuest Tasks
WebQuest Taskonomy A taxonomy of Tasks The emerged. This taxonomy describesthose formats and suggests ways to optimize their use.
WebQuest Taskonomy:
A Taxonomy of Tasks
The task is the single most important part of a WebQuest. It provides a goal and focus for student energies and it makes concrete the curricular intentions of the designer. A well designed task is doable and engaging, and elicits thinking in learners that goes beyond rote comprehension. There must be fifty ways to task your learner. Since 1995, teachers have been adapting the WebQuest model to their own needs and settings, and from their collective wisdom and experience some common task formats have emerged. This taxonomy describes those formats and suggests ways to optimize their use. It provides a language for discussing WebQuest tasks that should enhance our ability to design them well. It's likely that the task in a given WebQuest will combine elements of two or more of these task categories. The categories below are in no particular order other than the placement of Retelling tasks first because of their simplicity and borderline status as the foundation of a good WebQuest. With eleven other task types to choose from, it's time to go beyond mere retelling!

62. NCBI Taxonomy Homepage
The NCBI taxonomy Homepage
PubMed Entrez BLAST OMIM ... Structure Search for As complete name wild card token set phonetic name taxonomy id lock Taxonomy browser



Taxonomy information
Taxonomy resources

Taxonomic advisors

Genetic codes

Taxonomy Statistics
Recent changes to classification
The NCBI Taxonomy Homepage
Taxonomy Tip of the Day Did you know that BLAST sequence similarity searches can be limited and analyzed by taxonomic criteria? For example, typing 'Bacteria' into the organism field in the Advanced Blast program will limit a BLAST search to only bacterial sequences. In addition, you can view BLAST results sorted by organism and other taxonomic criteria by following the 'Taxonomy reports' link.
These are direct links to some of the organisms commonly used in molecular research projects:
Arabidopsis thaliana Escherichia coli Pneumocystis carinii Bos taurus ... Zea mays Comments and questions to Credits: Scott Federhen, Ian Harrison, Carol Hotton, Detlef Leipe, Vladimir Soussov, Richard Sternberg, Sean Turner. [Help] [Search] [NLM NIH]

63. Internet Tools Taxonomy - CAIDA : TOOLS : Taxonomy
CAIDA Home. CAIDA Home. CAIDA Home. CAIDA Home. location TOOLS taxonomyInternet Tools taxonomy, CAIDA collects information on availability

taxonomy Internet Tools Taxonomy
CAIDA collects information on availability of Internet and TCP/IP measurement tools as well as network visualization resources. Tools are categorized with respect to their intent. A summary is provided along with web page pointers to more detailed information. Review comments are also included when available. Index Topology Workload Performance ... Measurement Infrastructures co-sponsored by:
Macroscopic Views Microscopic Views
Packet Analyzers (Hardware) Packet Analyzers (Software) Traffic Monitors/Analyzers SNMP Network Management Systems
Application or E-business Performance Bandwidth / Throughput Measurement Forward Path Probes Internet Cloud Monitoring ... One-way Availability/Latency Tests
Router Measurements
Multicast Tools
Internet Measurement Infrastructures
Summaries and Comparisons of Internet Measurement Infrastructures
Cooperative Association for Internet Data Analysis (CAIDA) Page URL:
Last updated: Tue Oct 08 11:11:23 PDT 2002
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64. The Dinosauria By DinosØMP
Dedicated to dinosaur art, taxonomy and species listing.
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65. Class Actinopterygii
taxonomy of the class known as bony fish, osteichthyes, rayfinned fish, or spiny-rayed fish, with profiles of representative species of each order and family.
(bony fish, osteichthyes, ray finned fish, spiny rayed fish)
Species included in the Animal Diversity Web come from the following Orders:
Order Acipenseriformes
Order Anguiliformes
Order Anguilliformes
Order Atheriniformes
Order Aulopiformes
Order Beryciformes
Order Characiformes
Order Clupeiformes
Order Cypriniformes
Order Cyprinodontiformes Order Esociformes Order Gasterosteiformes Order Gymnotiformes Order Mugiliformes Order Osteoglossiformes Order Perciformes Order Pleuronectiformes Order Polypteriformes Order Salmoniformes Order Scorpaeniformes Order Semionotiformes Order Siluriformes Order Stomiiformes Order Syngnathiformes Order Tetradonuiformes Order Tetraodontiformes Accounts marked with a p contain pictures, t contain narrative text (student authored), a contain anatomical still/QTVR images, and s contain digitized sound clips. Page last updated 13 April 1999 Questions or comments? For more information... Report an error on this page. Sponsored in part by the Interagency Education Research Initiative, the Homeland Foundation and the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology. The ADW Team gratefully acknowledges their support.

66. Taxonomy Of Feminist Intellectual Traditions
A taxonomy of Feminist Intellectual Traditions.
A Taxonomy of Feminist Intellectual Traditions
Warren Hedges English Dept Southern Oregon University
Representative Thinkers
Liberal Feminism
Betty Friedan, Gloria Steinem, most feminists in office, NOW officials
Attempts to reform or use existing political structures to advance women's interests along a civil rights model. Argues that women deserve the same privileges, protections, pay, and opportunities that men do.
Even when reformed, existing political structures may not be adequate to address women's needs. How to achieve equality with men without erasing women's difference, making them in effect, "honorary men."

Cultural Feminism
A great variety of female artists, musicians, teachers, activists, etc. A very big tent.
Attempts to recover lost or marginalized women's works and traditions and create a culture that nurtures and supports women's experiences and values. Music, literature and other arts form a large part of this endeavor. Argues that existing institutions and the values they represent are male-dominated.
How to create a "gynocentric" culture without drawing on a notion of "universal" sisterhood that may exclude some women. How to avoid "policing identity" and setting up some women and their values as more "women-centered' than others.

67. Taxonomy: Classifying Life
taxonomy Classifying Life. At least 1.7 million species of livingorganisms have been discovered, and the list grows longer every
Index to this page
  • Anatomical homology: an example
  • Embryonic Development
  • Protein Sequences ...
    Taxonomy: Classifying Life
    At least 1.7 million species of living organisms have been discovered, and the list grows longer every year (especially of insects in the tropical rain forest). How are they to be classified? Ideally, classification should be based on homology ; that is, shared characteristics that have been inherited from a common ancestor . The more recently two species have shared a common ancestor,
    • the more homologies they share, and
    • the more similar these homologies are.
    Until recent decades, the study of homologies was limited to However, since the birth of molecular biology, homologies can now also be studied at the level of
    • proteins and
    • DNA
      Anatomical homology: an example
      The figure shows the bones in the forelimbs of three mammals: human, whale, and bat (obviously not drawn to the same scale!). Although used for such different functions as throwing, swimming, and flying, the same basic structural plan is evident in them all. In each case, the bone shown in color is the radius Body parts are considered homologous if they have
      • the same basic structure
      • the same relationship to other body parts, and, as it turns out

68. The Ants Of West Africa & The Congo Basin
An electronic book covering geography history, ant mosaics, economic importance of ants, biodiversity niches, and taxonomy.

Preface - with explanatory notes Frontispiece and Summary - a Quick Tour of the Ants of Nigerian Cocoa, with links to the main text The Many Faces of West African Ants - a selection of the many genera of ants, with links to the main text Taxonomic Name Indices - to find species names, modern and historic, and coded "forms" listed in modern literature Spreadsheet summary catalogue - with name, type location, date of first description or listing, countries from which known, frequency of occurrence, and bionomics for each of the species and forms covered in the main catalogue below (Microsoft Excel 2000 .xls worksheet). List of Maps, Illustrations, Figures and Tables Images of ants from the Cameroun and Guinea
Chapter 1 - Introduction Chapter 3 - Mosaics - Introduction
KEY TO SUBFAMILIES Subfamily Aenictinae - Genus Aenictus with list of species plus one subsection Subfamily Aenictogitoninae - Genus ... Dorylus with key to subgenera

69. Critical Thinking Across The Curriculum Home Page
Bloom's taxonomy and Critical Thinking. Contributed by College. Bloom'staxonomy divides the way people learn into three domains. One
Critical Thinking
Across the
Curriculum Project
Bloom's Taxonomy and Critical Thinking
Contributed by Barbara Fowler, Longview Community College. Bloom's Taxonomy divides the way people learn into three domains. One of these is the cognitive domain which emphasizes intellectual outcomes. This domain is further divided into categories or levels. The key words used and the type of questions asked may aid in the establishment and encouragement of critical thinking, especially in the higher levels. Level 1: Knowledge - exhibits previously learned material by recalling facts, terms, basic concepts and answers. Key words: who, what, why, when, omit, where, which, choose, find, how, define, label, show, spell, list, match, name, relate, tell, recall, select Questions: What is . . . ? How is . . . ? How did happen? How would you explain . . . ? Why did . . . ? How would you describe . . . ? When did . . . ? Can you recall . . . ? How would you show . . . ? Can you select . . . ? Who were the main . . . ? Can you list three . . . ? Which one . . . ? Who was . . . ?

70. Growing Muskmelons In The Home Garden, HYG-1615-93
Information on history and taxonomy, climate, fertilizers and lime, culture, varieties, insects and diseases, pollination, and harvest.
Ohio State University Extension Fact Sheet
Horticulture and Crop Science
2021 Coffey Rd., Columbus, Ohio 43210-1086
Growing Muskmelons in the Home Garden
Ted W. Gastier
History and Taxonomy
Muskmelons originated in the hot valleys of southwest Asia. There are numerous botanical varieties of muskmelons including: netted melons, cantaloupe melons, winter (casaba) melons, snake or serpent melons, and mango or lemon melons. Technically, cantaloupes are only those muskmelons with a rough, warty surface and a hard rind; however, the name cantaloupe has been applied to the netted varieties of muskmelons. Whether you call them muskmelons or cantaloupes, we can agree that a vine-ripened melon from your garden adds high dessert quality and fine flavor to your family's diet. In addition, muskmelons are an excellent source of vitamins A and C.
Muskmelons are a warm season crop, adapted to mean monthly temperatures of 65 to 75 degrees F, and needing ample soil moisture and plant nutrients for growth. During the ripening period the best quality melons are produced when hot, dry conditions prevail. Under Ohio's humid summer conditions, choosing a site with adequate soil drainage as well as good air drainage can help to ensure the desired quality. It is important to allow the leaf surfaces to dry to control foliar diseases.
Fertilizers and Lime
Fertilizer and lime applications are best based on soil test results. Soil sample bags, forms and instructions are available from your county Extension office. In general, when using black plastic mulch, the following amounts of fertilizer nutrients per 1,000 square feet of plot space would be adequate: 1 pound of actual nitrogen, 2 pounds of phosphorus (P

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72. Aims & Scope
Papers on all aspects of applied microbiology including environmental, food, agricultural, medical, pharmaceutical, veterinary, taxonomy, soil, systematics, water and biodeterioration.

73. DAMMCQs: Appendix. C: MCQs And Bloom's Taxonomy
Designing and Managing MCQs Appendix C MCQs and Bloom's taxonomy. Contentsof This Chapter C1 Bloom's taxonomy. Following the 1948 Convention
Designing and Managing MCQs:
Appendix C: MCQs and Bloom's Taxonomy.
Contents of This Chapter
C1 Bloom's Taxonomy
Following the 1948 Convention of the American Psychological Association, B S Bloom took a lead in formulating a classification of "the goals of the educational process". Three "domains" of educational activities were identified. The first of these, named the Cognitive Domain, involves knowledge and the development of intellectual attitudes and skills. (The other domains are the Affective Domain and the Psychomotor Domain, and need not concern us here). Eventually, Bloom and his co-workers established a hierarchy of educational objectives, which is generally referred to as Bloom's Taxonomy , and which attempts to divide cognitive objectives into subdivisions ranging from the simplest behaviour to the most complex. It is important to realise that the divisions outlined above are not absolutes and that other systems or hierarchies have been devised. However, Bloom's taxonomy is easily understood and widely applied.
C1.1. Knowledge.

74. Conchologists Of America -- CONCH-L Introduction Page
A forum for informal discussions of molluscan biology, taxonomy, natural history, evolution, conservation, and collectionrelated subjects.
COA Presents:
Are you having trouble finding the online information you need about the hobby of conchology? Do you want to link up with other shellers? To answer your needs, the Conchologists of America has established the Conch-List, CONCH-L, the first Listserv expressly for shell collectors. You can subscribe by sending your email address immediately. Conch-L will provide a forum for conchologists, indeed, for anyone with an interest in mollusks, to discuss any topic related to conchology. Looking for storage cabinets for your collection? Want to know how to start a catalog? Do you just want to talk shells with a like-minded group of people? Or find a good spot for a shelling vacation? The Conch-L will help you get it together. Here is your opportunity to interact by email with conchologists around the world. Get answers to your questions from other members, find shellers with similar interests, report new finds and field observations, help others learn more about our fascinating hobby. And you can keep up with events in the shell world: messages about meetings, shell shows, new species, new regulations, software for the collector, conventions, and exhibitions will be posted frequently. In fact, CONCH-L will host messages on just about every aspect of conchology. Your interests and your participation are our only limitations. Both beginners and advanced conchologists alike will find our list server useful. We also invite and encourage the professional community to participate on CONCH-L. We will, as always, need you, your interest and your advice.

75. ISO/IEC TR 10000-21998
Information technology Framework and taxonomy of International Standardized Profiles Part 2 Principles and taxonomy for OSI Profiles 5th edition ZIP File.

76. Canadian Soil Classification
A taxonomy of soils.
Soil Classification
Canadian Classification
The Canadian Classification (Taxonomy) organizes soils first into Orders, then Great Groups, then Sub-Groups, then Families and finally Series or Associations.
Soil Order The highest or broadest level of classification is the Order reflecting which of the soil forming factors had the most influence of soil formation. Nine orders are recognized with specific horizon characteristics. Within Saskatchewan most of the soil orders are represented, although the main agricultural area is dominated by soils of the Chernozemic Order. The northern agricultural/forest transition areas are mainly Luvisolic soils and boreal forest soils are dominated by Brunisolic soils. To the far north, the subsoil rarely thaws so that we have permafrost giving rise to Crysolic soils. Wherever there is standing water and restricted drainage, Organic soils form, usually in the wetter forested regions. Gleysolic soils develop in areas that are subjected to periodic waterlogging. Parent material that contains a high proportion of soluble salts give rise to Solonetzic soils.

77. Primate Taxonomy
Primate taxonomy The taxonomy of primates is an issue that is notresolved and has undergone many revisions over the years. Here
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The taxonomy of primates is an issue that is not resolved and has undergone many revisions over the years. Here will be presented five different current taxonomies, with two by the same author but have dramatic differences.
Simons (1972)

This is the taxonomy proposed by Simons (1972). Schwartz et al.
This is the taxonomy proposed by Schwartz et al. Szalay and Delson (1979)
This is the taxonomy proposed by Szalay and Delson (1979). Fleagle (1988)
This is the taxonomy proposed by Fleagle (1988). Fleagle (1999)
This is an update to the taxonomy proposed by Fleagle (1988), which includes significant revisions. Taxonomy Links These are selected lniks concerning primate taxonomy that are found on the web. Last Updated: January 24, 2002 Created and managed by Sean Flannery

78. Micronesian Guam Kingfisher
taxonomy, description, status, life history, and management of this endangered bird, with a long list of references, from Fish and Wildlife.
DRAFT) - Taxonomy Species KINGFISHER, MICRONESIAN, GUAM Species Id ESIS101034 Date 14 MAR 96
Coded Status
E: Federal Endangered Non-consumptive recreational COMMENTS ON STATUS Species KINGFISHER, MICRONESIAN, GUAM

79. Bloom's Taxonomy
BLOOM'S taxonomy BLOOM'S taxonomy Sample Questions For further Webbased informationon Bloom's taxonomy http//
OfficePort Home OfficePort Educational Syllabus Threaded Reflection ... Study Hall In 1956, Benjamin Bloom headed a group of educational psychologists who developed a classification of levels of intellectual behavior important in learning. Bloom found that over 95 % of the test questions students encounter require them to think only at the lowest possible level...the recall of information. Bloom identified six levels within the cognitive domain, from the simple recall or recognition of facts, as the lowest level, through increasingly more complex and abstract mental levels, to the highest order which is classified as evaluation. Verb examples that represent intellectual activity on each level are listed here.
  • Knowledge : arrange, define, duplicate, label, list, memorize, name, order, recognize, relate, recall, repeat, reproduce state. Comprehension : classify, describe, discuss, explain, express, identify, indicate, locate, recognize, report, restate, review, select, translate, Application : apply, choose, demonstrate, dramatize, employ, illustrate, interpret, operate, practice, schedule, sketch, solve, use, write.
  • 80. The Plesiosaur Directory - Introduction
    Introduction to the group including taxonomy, reconstructions, and original artwork.
    home images genera classification palaeobiology evolution stratigraphy NEW! fun and fiction author guestbook full contents THE PLESIOSAUR DIRECTORY A REVIEW OF THE SAUROPTERYGIA BY ADAM STUART SMITH Welcome! INTRODUCTION During the Mesozoic Era approximately 245 to 65 million years ago, whilst dinosaurs roamed the land and flying pterosaurs soared in the air, the seas were dominated by a variety of highly adapted reptiles. One of the first arrays of fossil vertebrates to be recognised, these prehistoric swimming reptiles occurred in numerous morphologies and have been classified into a variety of groups. This Web Site is an attempt to bring information about one particular group of fascinating prehistoric marine reptiles to the attention of a wider audience whilst also being useful to anyone already interested in the Sauropterygia Liopleurodon ferox Original artwork by A. S. Smith The Sauropterygia form a monophyletic clade (that is to say that every member of the group has a common evolutionary ancestor) consisting of a variety of groups of carnivorous diapsid reptiles. Probably the most popular and widely recognised of these groups are the long necked plesiosauroids with four large flippers, short tails and barrel shaped bodies. Other less familiar but equally interesting

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