Credits

Tutorial Menu:

 1.    Two photos of people from around the world and two photos of apes
reproduced with permission from Corel Corporation, Ottawa, Canada

Introduction:

 1.  Painting of Carolus Linnaeus
from The Hundred Greatest Men: Portraits of the One Hundred Greatest Men of History, Vol. VI. Science (1880)
 2. Photo of Charles Darwin
  Public domain
 3. Drawing illustrating evolution through adaptive radiation
produced by Dennis O'Neil

Principles of Classification:

 1.  Photograph of an African Elephant
reproduced with permission from Corel Corporation, Ottawa, Canada
 2. Drawing of the bones of a human arm
reproduced with permission from Corel Corporation, Ottawa, Canada (enhanced by Dennis O'Neil)
 3. Photo of a Tasmanian wolf (or tiger) in a zoo
  public domain (National Archives of Australia, 1933)
 4. Photo of a Mexican wolf
public domain (Jim Clark, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, 2001)
 5. Examples of Convergent Evolution--ant eating mammals from four continents (copyright 2001 WGBH Educational Foundation)
  linked with permission from WGBH Educational Foundation, Boston
 6. Graphic illustrations of homology, parallelism, convergence, and analogy
  produced by Dennis O'Neil
 7. Photo of a jaguar
reproduced with permission from Corel Corporation, Ottawa, Canada
 8. Tigons and Ligers--what happens when tigers and lions mate (copyright 2001 WGBH Educational Foundation)
  linked with permission from WGBH Educational Foundation, Boston

Kingdom to Subphylum:

 1.  Photo of a species in the kingdom Plantae (flower)
produced by Dennis O'Neil
 2. Photo of a species in the Kingdom Animalia (fish)
reproduced with permission from Corel Corporation, Ottawa, Canada
 3. Photo of two species in the Phylum Arthropoda (spider and crab)
reproduced with permission from Corel Corporation, Ottawa, Canada
 4. Photo of two species in the Phylum Mollusca (clam and cuttlefish)
reproduced with permission from Corel Corporation, Ottawa, Canada
 5. Photo of bilateral symmetry in a human (phylum Chordata)
reproduced with permission from Corel Corporation, Ottawa, Canada (enhanced by Dennis O'Neil)
 6. Photo of gill slits in a fish (phylum Chordata)
reproduced with permission from Corel Corporation, Ottawa, Canada (enhanced by Dennis O'Neil)
 7. Drawing of a notochord in a lancelet (phylum Chordata) 
produced by Dennis O'Neil
 8. Photo of a tunicate
  reproduced with permission from Corel Corporation, Ottawa, Canada
 9. Drawing of a human skeleton with the vertebral column highlighted
reproduced with permission from Corel Corporation, Ottawa, Canada (enhanced by Dennis O'Neil)

Classes of Vertebrates:

 1.  Photos of a ray (class Chondrichthyes) and a bony fish (class Osteichthyes)
reproduced with permission from Corel Corporation, Ottawa, Canada
 2. Photos of a salamander and a frog (class Amphibia)
reproduced with permission from Corel Corporation, Ottawa, Canada
 3. Photos of a tortoise, a snake, and a lizard (class Reptilia)
reproduced with permission from Corel Corporation, Ottawa, Canada
 4. Photos of three Birds (class Aves)
reproduced with permission from Corel Corporation, Ottawa, Canada
 5. Photo of mammalian heterodontism (chimpanzee)
reproduced with permission from Corel Corporation, Ottawa, Canada (enhanced by Dennis O'Neil)
 6. Photo of a mammalian mother and her baby (human)
reproduced with permission from Corel Corporation, Ottawa, Canada

Mammal Subclasses and Infraclasses:

 1.  Drawing of two platypuses (subclass Prototheria)
public domain (from John Gould, The Mammals of Australia, 1845-1863)
 2. Photo of an echidna (subclass Prototheria)
  public domain (produced by Allan Whittome)
 3. Video clip: Genome of the Platypus (Nature.com 2008)
  Nature 453, 175-183 (May 8, 2008)
 4. photo of an adult echina walking
  reproduced from Wikimedia Commons under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2
 5. Photo of an adult koala in a tree
  produced by Dennis O'Neil
 6. Photo of a kangaroo
reproduced with permission from Corel Corporation, Ottawa, Canada
 7. Photo of an opossum
  reproduced under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.5 Generic license
 8. Drawing of a human fetus in utero
reproduced with permission from Corel Corporation, Ottawa, Canada (enhanced by Dennis O'Neil)
 9. Photos of a whale, a dolphin, a monkey, and a zebra (infraclass Eutheria)
reproduced with permission from Corel Corporation, Ottawa, Canada

Echidna Reproduction:

 1.  photo of an adult echina walking
reproduced under a Creative Commons  GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2

Koala Reproduction:

 1.  photo of a koala mother carrying a joey (baby) on her back
reproduced under a Creative Commons  GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2

Glossary:

 1. Photo of an amniote egg
reproduced with permission from Corel Corporation, Ottawa, Canada
 2. Drawing of a chromosome
  produced by Dennis O'Neil
 3. Drawing of a DNA molecule section
  produced by Dennis O'Neil
 4. Photo of a dog illustrating dorsal, ventral, anterior and posterior 
reproduced with permission from Corel Corporation, Ottawa, Canada (enhanced by Dennis O'Neil)
 5. Drawing of a human mammary gland 
reproduced with permission from Corel Corporation, Ottawa, Canada (enhanced by Dennis O'Neil)
 6. Photo of a tunicate
reproduced with permission from Corel Corporation, Ottawa, Canada

 

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