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British Association of Clinical Anatomists
International Federation of Association of Anatomists / Located in School of Biomedical Sciences, University of Leeds, Leeds LS2 9JT UK / Tel : 44 (0) 113 233 4296, Fax : 44 (0) 113 233 4344 / Link to Related Sites
California Ornamental Research Federation
Department of Biology, Georgetown University Medical Center
Homepage of Department of Biology, Georgetown University Medical Center / Contents : Graduate and Undergraduate Program, News, Course Program
East African Wild Life Society
Ecological Society of America
Embryological Modelling
This resulted from grants by the Society to refurbish and catalogue collections of embryological material at Cambridge and St Andrews Universities / Both collections are available for study by research workers in the field, and the catalogues have been unified and made accessible via the Web / Contents : Research, Teaching Materials
European Association of Veterinary Anatomists
The European Association of Veterinary Anatomists offers a forum for the promotion of contacts and the exchange of experience between veterinary morphologists.
European Federation for Experimental Morphology
EFEM brings together legally constituted Scientific Societies and Groups in Europe, that are concerned with the morphological sciences (particularly anatomical sciences) or related fields.
European Microscopy Society
The creation of the Committee of European Societies of Electron Microscopy (CESEM) dates back to 1975, a year after the International Congress on Electron Microsocopy (ICEM) in Canberra and a year before the European Congress (EUREM) in Jerusalem.
European Molecular Biology Association
The EMBO itself is composed of more than 1000 scientists (20 of whom have been awarded the Nobel Prize and approximately 10% of whom have strong links with industry) who have been selected by existing members on the basis of their excellence in research in the many different areas of molecular biology.
European Tissue Culture Society
To promote interchange between people of different disciplines sharing a common interest in cell, tissue and organ culture techniques
Foundation for Biomedical Research
Established in 1981, the Foundation for Biomedical Research (FBR) is the nation’s oldest and largest organization dedicated to improving human and animal health by promoting public understanding and support for the humane and responsible use of animals in medical and scientific research.
Histochemical Society
Human Anatomy and Physiology Society
The Human Anatomy and Physiology Society (HAPS) was founded to promote communication among teachers of human anatomy and physiology in colleges, universities, and related institutions; to present workshops and conferences (local, regional, and national) where members can obtain information about the latest developments in the health and science fields
Human Biology Association
Institute Paleobiology
International Academy of Cytology
International Association for Biologicals
International Association of Plant Biotechnology
The first international conference of plant tissue culture was organized by Professor Philip R. White at Pennsylvania State University (University Park, PA, U.S.A.) in 1963. The International Council for Plant Tissue Culture, later to become the International Association for Plant Tissue Culture and Biotechnology (IAPTC&B), was founded at this conference. The primary activities of the IAPTC&B have been to organize quadrennial congresses of plant tissue culture and biotechnology, and to publish a newsletter/journal for its membership. The IAPTC&B is the oldest and the largest international professional organization to represent plant biotechnology. It has more than 2,500 members in over 80 countries.
International Association of Plant Tissue Culture and Biotechnology
The IAPTC is the largest and most active International Organization for plant biotechnology and tissue culture. The IAPTC have over 4600 members from 123 countries. Its range of activities cover all basic and applied aspects of in vitro plant biology, plant tissue culture and plant biotechnology.
 
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