4 edition of Zoological articles contributed to the Encyclopaedia Britannica found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Encyclopaedia Britannica.|
|Statement||by E. Ray Lankester, to which are added kindred articles by W. Johnson Sollas, Ludwig von Graff ... [and others]|
|LC Classifications||QL3 .L3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||195 p. :|
|Number of Pages||195|
|LC Control Number||34003615|
Miami Zoo: veterinarian treating the shell of a tortoise. Sign up for our Britannica for Parents newsletter for expert advice on parenting in the 21st century! Thank you for subscribing! Be on the look out for the Britannica for Parents newsletter to deliver insightful facts for the family right to your inbox. Anyone who likes to visit a zoo or an aquarium, who collects butterflies, or who enjoys fishing or hunting shows an interest in zoology. The word zoo is from the Greek word zoion, which means “animal.” Zoology is the science of animals as botany is the science of plants.
Zoo associations disseminate information to their member zoos on zoo management, the exchange of specimens, and the conservation of wildlife. The World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA) is an international zoo association, and zoo associations have also been established in many individual countries and regions of the world. This project relates to the adding of the Encyclopædia Britannica to Wikisource. This edition is considered one of the best reference works of all time, and was the biggest edition of the Encyclopædia Britannica with: 29 volumes; 44 million words; 40, articles written by over 1, authors within their various fields of expertise.
ZOOSThough modern zoos are usually traced to Paris and London in the s, it is difficult to determine exactly when the collecting and cataloging of "exotic" animals began. Certainly the ancient Egyptians, the Greeks, the Mesopotamians, the Indians, the Chinese, and the Romans all had animal collections that were displayed in various ways to selected persons. Fifteen hundred men and an impressive (by Edwardian standards) women contributed articles to the 11th edition, which was edited by Hugh Chisholm. Under his editorship, the Britannica combined Author: Nate Pedersen.
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Responsibility: by E. Ray Lankester, to which are added kindred articles by W. Johnson Sollas [and others]. Details - Zoological articles contributed to the "Encyclopaedia Britannica" / - Biodiversity Heritage Library The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.
Open Library. The primary object of zoos that are in the charge of scientific societies is the study of animals. Thus, the purpose of the Zoological Society of London, as stated in its Royal Charter, is “the advancement of Zoology and Animal Physiology and the introduction of new.
Zoology, branch of biology that studies the members of the animal kingdom and animal life in general. It includes both the inquiry into individual animals and their constituent parts, even to the molecular level, and the inquiry into animal populations, entire faunas, and the relationships of.
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Konrad Lorenz, (born Nov. 7,Vienna, Austria—died Feb. 27,Altenburg), Austrian zoologist, founder of modern ethology, the study of animal behaviour by means of comparative zoological methods.
His ideas contributed to an understanding of how behavioral patterns may be traced to an evolutionary past, and he was also known for his work on the roots of aggression.
Subkingdom Corticata Lankester stat. nov. emend. Infrakingdom Excavata; Infrakingdom Alveolata; Cavalier-Smith et al.
() Multiple origins of Heliozoa from flagellate ancestors: New cryptist subphylum Corbihelia, superclass Corbistoma, and monophyly of Haptista. The Britannica was the idea of Colin Macfarquhar, a bookseller and printer, and Andrew Bell, an engraver, both of conceived of the Britannica as a conservative reaction to the French Encyclopédie of Denis Diderot (published –), which was widely viewed as heretical.
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UPDATE: see details of how the data were collected for this article Cited by: Henry James Wilson Scherren, usually known as Henry Scherren or in encyclopaedia articles as H. was the author of various books on natural history for adults and children, with notable illustrations including some in colour, and a contributor to the Encyclopædia Britannica on natural history topics.
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