Image 11: Cephalopod (from Corel)
Here is a list of some other websites related to cephalopods or the eye:
- http://www.cephbase.utmb.edu (An amazing and extensive website on cephalopods; contains an image, video, and research directory).
- http://is.dal.ca/~ceph/TCP/index.html (The personal website of one of the creators of CephBase; this website does not have as much information as CephBase, but it is still an interesting website to explore if you are searching for information on Cephalopods).
- http://www.australiancephalopods.com/index.html (Contains scientific research conducted on different cephalopod species around Australia; small image gallery).
- http://seawifs.gsfc.nasa.gov/OCEAN_PLANET/HTML/squid_expedition.htm (A website run by the Smithsonian Natural History Museum; a fun and information filled website on an exploration in search of a giant squid).
- http://manandmollusc.net/index.html#molluscs (A website about molluscs geared towards kids, teachers, and research scientists; quite a lot of information and an interesting place to visit if you collect shells).
- http://www.siris.si.edu/index.html (Smithsonian Institution Research Information System; for anyone interested in further research on cephalopods, this is a good site to start a bibliography search).
- http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/octopus/index.html (PBS website about the octopus; not much scientific information, but still an interesting read and it also contains many beautiful photographs).
- http://www.nrcc.utmb.edu/ (The National Resource Center for Cephalopods; similar to CephBase and run by some of the smae people; easier to navigate than CephBase, but not as much information).
- http://ebiomedia.com/ (BioMedia Associates; contains a page about many different aspects of animal's eyes; a great website in general for those interested in biology).
- http://education.vetmed.vt.edu/Curriculum/VM8054/EYE/EYEDEMO.HTM (A complete but very complex website about the human eye).
- http://library.thinkquest.org/C001464/cgi-bin/main.cgi? (Explores the workings of the human eye, but is not as complex as the website about; has an online lab to learn more about the eye; also has a timeline about the major events in optical research).
- http://www.accessexcellence.com/AE/AEC/CC/vision_background.html (a detailed website about how the human eye works with special focus on the retina).
- http://webvision.umh.es/webvision/facts.html (Facts and figures about the human retina).
- http://www.nei.nih.gov/ (National Eye Institute; anyone interested in current research being done on the eye should visit this website).
Development of the Vertebrate and Cephalopod Eye The Cephalopod Eye 1 The Cephalopod Eye 2 Cephalopod Statocysts Further Comparisons Vocabulary References