The purpose of this comprehensive document is
to provide the public with basic information about the National Animal
Identification System (NAIS)-a voluntary national program that will help
producers protect the health of their animals and their investment in the case
of an animal disease event.
States Department of Agriculture
This note is a
survey of major vertebrate taxa, with emphasis on the evolutionary relationships
among these groups and the interactions between anatomical structure and
ecology. This note explains the following topics about Vertebrates:
Classification Architectural Pattern of an Animal, Phylum Chordata, Fishes,
Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds, Mammals, Digestion, Muscles, Nervous System.
The book is divided into three parts.
Part I provides an introduction to an elementary knowledge of animal structure,
function, and development. Part II explains the principal branches of the animal
kingdom. Part III is devoted to a necessarily brief consideration of certain of
the more conspicuous and interesting features of animal ecology.
This book is a
compendium of contributions to some of the many different topics related to the
knowledge of animals. Individual chapters represent recent contributions to
Zoology illustrating the diversity of research conducted in this discipline and
providing new data to be considered in future overall publications.
This note covers the following topics: Animal
identification Act, Application of the Act, Advantages of legal marks, How to
register an identification mark, What is an identification mark and Duties of
Agricultural Information Services
covers the following topics: History of scientific nomenclature, How are
scientific names formed, Formation and treatment, Ruling principles of
nomenclature, Principles of binominal nomenclature, Principles of homonymy and
Principles of synonymy.