Allied academies invites the participants from all over the world to attend “International Conference on Applied Zoology” during September 18-19, 2017 at Toronto, Canada, the conference consist of eminent Keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.
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Applied Zoology 2017 is a global platform to discuss and learn about zoology and its associated fields, Animal Conservation, Zoological and veterinary Medicinal science, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Biodiversity, Animal Science, Evolutionary developmental zoology, Soil Zoology, Comparative Zoology, and Entomology, Aqua Gamete, Advance instrument and techniques in zoology, Regeneration in zoology.
Why to attend?
People from all around the world are looking forward to build an Eco-friendly Environment, our aim is to represent and re-unite the various disciplines that look at animal life from different phase and at providing the basis for a comprehensive understanding of zoological phenomena on all levels of analysis, the development of new theories and methodologies makes this a particularly exciting time for researchers interesting in aspects of animal life. Zoology is addressing mostly some of the fundamental questions in Biology. Zoology conference provides unique insights into the fascinating diversity and biology of animals by taking advantage of a combination of classical concepts and modern methods’. Zoology has re-emerged as an integrative discipline covering the most diverse aspects of animal life, from the level of the gene to the level of the ecosystem. We assure" International Conference on Applied Zoology "is going to build a new enthusiasm among the people who show importance on animal science and Applied Zoology.
Society members of zoology and animal science
CEO'S and R&D Heads from Industries
Directors and Medical professionals
Students from academic researches
Greetings from Allied Academies!!!
Applied Zoology Organizing Committee invites you to the prestigious “International Conference on Applied Zoology” which is going to be held during September 18-19, 2017 at Toronto, Canada
Theme:” Explore and exploit the novel techniques in Applied Zoology”
International Conference on Applied Zoology aims to gather together all the leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their research experiences and results on all aspects of Zoology and Animal Sciences. It also provides a pioneer interdisciplinary platform for scientific, wildlife researchers, and scholars to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and practical challenges encountered and discuss about the solutions adopted in the fields of Zoology and Animal Sciences.
The field of Applied Zoology excels in its research capabilities providing opportunities in diverse fields such as research on Mammalian Reproduction, Bio-activity of animals, Wildlife Ecology, Ornithology, Marine Ecology, Limnology, Environmental zoology, etc, The International Conference on Applied Zoology provide a colloquy to the researchers and practitioners for scholarly exchange of ideas, knowledge and experiences in the field of zoology
This conference has been specifically designed to focus on the current skylines on Animal Research and its prevalence on today’s world. Applied Zoology 2017 conference aims to provide education opportunities as well as world-class scientific content delivered by excellence keynote speakers, with plenary sessions, symposiums, hands-on workshops, etc.
We look forward to see you in Toronto and hear your expertise talk in respective fields of study. Special provisions have been made for junior & young scientists to present their skills & depict their research work in the young researcher's forum session. Kindly keep an eye on our website regularly for more info and stay tuned on the upcoming conference.
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Applied Zoology 2017
Track 1 - Zoological and Veterinary Medicinal Science
Zoological and Veterinary medicine is the branch of medicine that deals with the prevention, diagnosis disease, disorder and injuries, treatment of farms, domestic, and non-human animals. The scope of veterinary medicine is widely covering all animal species, both domesticated and wild animals, with a wide range of conditions which can affect different species, It is widely practiced, both with and without professional supervision, Professional care is mostly led by a veterinary physician also known as a vet, veterinary surgeon or veterinarian, but it is also done by Para veterinary such as veterinary nurses or technicians. This can be reinforcing by other paraprofessionals with specific specialization such as animal physiotherapy or dentistry, and species relevant roles such as farriers. Zoological medicine includes principles of veterinary medicine, ecology, wildlife conservation, and applies them to wild animals in natural and artificial environments
Veterinary science helps human health by monitoring and controlling of zoonotic disease like infectious disease transmitted from non-human animals to humans, food safety, and indirectly causing effects of human beings from basic medical research. Veterinary scientists also help to maintain food and research supply through livestock health monitoring, treating and maintaining mental health by keeping pet’s healthy and long living. Veterinary scientists often work together with epidemiologists, other health and natural scientists depending on type of work they are doing. Ethically, veterinarians are usually obliged to look after animal welfare; in many respects a veterinarian is similar to a paediatrician.
Track 2 - Cell Biology
Cell biology is the wide study of cell structure and function, and it revolves around the concept that the cell is the basic unit of life. Focusing on the cell provides a detailed knowledge of the tissues and organisms that a cell makes. One is them is cell energy and the biochemical mechanisms that support cell metabolism. As cells are tools unto themselves, the focus on cell energy overlaps with the activity of questions of how energy first originated in original primordial cells, billions of years ago. Overall, cell biology enlighten on the structure and function of a cell, from the most general features shared by all cells, to the unique, highly internal functions particular to specialized cells. There are various main subfields within cell biology.
Track 3 - Biodiversity
Biodiversity is the diversity of life. It refers to the variety of life on Earth at all its levels, from genes to ecosystems, and the ecological and evolutionary processes, it includes not only the species that we are consider rare, threatened, or endangered, but every living thing—even organisms we still know little about it, such as microbes, fungi, and invertebrates. Biodiversity is important in everywhere like species and habitats in your area as well as those in distant lands all play a role in maintaining healthy ecosystems. It is the foundation of ecosystem favours to which human well-being is normally linked. At the highest level, you can look at all the different species on the entire Earth. On a smaller scale, you can study biodiversity within a pond ecosystem. Identifying and understanding the association between all the lives on Earth are some of the biggest challenges in science. Earth is more complex, dynamic, and diverse than the layer of living organisms that occupy its surfaces and its seas. It is an evaluation of the variety of organisms which are present in different ecosystems. It can refer to genetic variation, or species variation, ecosystem variation, within an area, biome and planet too. We need biodiversity to satisfy basic needs like food, drinking water, fuel, shelter, and medicine that we are using. Ecosystems are being rapidly altered, and the planet is undergoing a massive loss of biodiversity. The Earth has always being experienced changes and extinctions, the current changes are occurring uncertainly. Still more sobering and most threats to biodiversity are caused by human activity.
Track 4 - Molecular Biology
Molecular biology focuses on the molecular basis of biological activity between bio molecules in the various systems of a cell, including the desired interactions between DNA, RNA and proteins and their biosynthesis, as well as the regulation of these interactions. The Molecular biology field attaches with other areas, particularly genetics and biochemistry. In this area scientists use specific techniques native to molecular biology but increasingly compile these with techniques and innovative ideas from genetics and biochemistry. The Molecular biology studies the flow of information from DNA to RNA to protein.
Track 5 - Soil Zoology
Soil zoology is the study of various animals living fully or partially in the soil called soil fauna. Soil communities are extremely complex, with millions of species and billions of individual organisms are being found within a single ecosystem, ranging from fungi and microscopic bacteria, through to larger organisms, such as earthworms, ants and moles. It also provides knowledge of microbial and faunal activity and ecology in soil, soil biota, soil fauna, or these organisms include earthworms, nematodes, fungi, bacteria and different arthropods, protozoa. Soil biology plays a very important and key role in understanding many soil characteristics. They have a major role in shaping aboveground biodiversity and the functioning of terrestrial ecosystems, the decomposition of organic matter by soil organisms like nitrogen fixing organisms which has an immense impact on soil fertility, plant growth, soil morphology, and carbon storage. As supportively new science, which are many remains unknown about the soil biology and their impact and various effects on soil ecosystems.
Track 6 - Comparative Zoology
It is the branch of biology which deals with the animals and animal life and also includes the study of their classification, development, structure, physiology, of animals along with the life of a particular animal over an area or period. It is nearly related to developmental biology and phylogeny (evolution of species) comparative anatomy is the study of various similarities and differences in the anatomy of different species of an ecosystem.
Comparative anatomy provides an evidence for evolution which shows that various organisms share a common ancestor. Also, it helps scientists in classifying organisms which possess similar characteristics and features of their anatomical structures.
Track 7 - Entomology
It is the branch of zoology which includes the study of insects, and by the definition of entomology it includes the study of various different earthly animals in other arthropod groups or other phyla, which includes land snail, arachnids, arthropod, earthworms, and slugs.
Like several of the different fields which are distributed within zoology, entomology is a taxon based category which focuses of scientific study on insect and their related groups. Hence entomology therefore overlaps with a cross section of topics as diverse as molecular genetics, behavior, biochemistry, systematic, physiology, developmental biology, ecology, morphology.
Track 8 - Evolutionary Developmental Biology
Evolutionary developmental biology is the comparative study of original development and how it has evolved. There is a particular focus on the genetically basis of phenotypic structures, how they change during evolution, and how novel structures arises during evolution. Evolutionary developmental biology, now often known as “evo-devo,” it is the study of the relationship between evolution and development of animals. The relation between evolution and development has been researching from past many years, but however, in recent years the genes that control development have begun to be identified. How the developmental changes in genes, such as changes in their spatial or temporal expression in the embryo, are associated with changes in adult morphology. The origin of a set of genes controlling and their development may have opened up new and more flexible ways in which evolution could occurs , life may have become more “evolvable.”
Track 9 - Animal Science
Animal Bioscience is the study of animal’s biology under the control of humankind, historically, the degree was called animal husbandry and the studies of animals were livestock species like cattle, sheep, guine pigs, poultry, rabbits and horses. Now look at a far broader area to include companion animals like dogs and cats, and many exotic species, the animals are used in as production of antibiotics as a livestock, also used in research industries for drug discovery, breeding the animals etc.
Track 10 - Aqua Gamete
It is Assessing and Improving the Quality of Aquatic Animal Gametes and To Enhance Aquatic Resources – Harmonizing the need and Standardize Evolving Methodologies, Improve Transfer from Academia To Industry. Fish gametes demonstrated a rapid development of methodologies that encompass extensive opportunities for promising use in basic reproductive biology, genetic research, biotechnological and aquaculture practices. All of these methodology’s can have far-reaching consequences on conservation of endangered species, assessment of anthropogenic and climatic impacts on aquatic species and their application in aquaculture, as well as in fisheries management also . In particular, it has been recognized that there are many highly diverting details in the practical application of aqua gamete of these new methods used by most scientists and laboratories, which can cause highly variable if not contradicting results, even using the same species.
There is an emergency or urgency need towards a universal scale to assess the both precise state of sexual maturation (for secure brood stock use) and related life history traits (gamete quality assessment, incubation of eggs) in teleost fish and on other commercially important invertebrates that are used in either bioassays of aquaculture.
Track 11 - Animal Biotechnology
Animal Biotechnology deals with the use of biotechnological techniques on animals to modify living organisms. It provides new techniques for improving animal health and welfare, it also increases the live stoke productivity; it shows improved impact on the environment and enhances the ability to detect, treat and prevent diseases. It also has enormous applications in agriculture, pharmaceuticals and industries.
Track12 - Advanced Instruments and Techniques in Zoology
Different variety of instruments and techniques are used in biological studies, some of them are quite complex in nature. Scientific progress is directly related to the advancement in modern instruments and techniques. Knowledge of the instruments working principles is necessary to make optimal use of them
Advanced Laboratory Techniques in Zoology includes mainly the principle and applications of, centrifugation, Filtration, chromosome painting different Microscopes like Scanning and Transmission Electron microscope, Micro-photography, Micrometry, Chromatography, Spectrophotometry, Electrophoresis by using Agars and PAGE medium, Southern and Northern Blotting techniques in analysis. Advanced Techniques in Biochemistry are widely used for isolation, Extraction, Precipitation and estimation of Amino acids, Proteins, Lipids, Nucleic acids and the study of enzyme activity in animals. Histological sectioning , staining In pathology of animals and Molecular Biology techniques like Vector isolation, Gene insertion, Recombinant DNA Production, Gene amplification by PCR, DNA and vector purification, Preparation of genomic libraries and sub-cloning using plasmids, These also include vectors from biotechnical techniques are widely used in Zoology. Immunological techniques like Radioimmunoassay, ELISA, Development of vaccines, Aseptic culture techniques are commonly used in Zoology Research.
Track 13 - Regeneration in Zoology
Regeneration in zoology signifies the reproduction natural restoration, of the body parts, whether externally or internally, lost by injury. This power of renewal in all living creatures belongs to some degree, and is one of the distinguishing features of organic, from inorganic nature. A broken crystal may rebuild itself when it is allowed to remain it for a suitable time in a saturated solution of the mineral or chemicals of which it consists; but this renewal is accomplished wholly by external accretion of new material, whereas an animal regenerates its lost parts wholly by supplies the ordinary process of food-assimilation and growth.
This power is most manifest, as might be predicted, in the animals of the simplest organization, and in those most exposed to serious mutations, and decreases in a varying scale as organisms become more and more complex, until in the higher vertebrates (except lizards), it is limited to the healing of wounds. This is what surgeons call grafting, that is, the organic attachment of new flesh to old, as when detached skin is placed over a flayed surface, might be classified here, but it is an artificial regeneration
Among such lowly animals as protozoans, cœlenterates, echinoderms and worms, the power of regeneration is very much importance and great, although it appears much inequality and with some strange irregularities; among crustaceans it is strong in some groups and among the vertebrates it is confined mainly to the amphibians and the lizards.
Track 14 - Animal Conservation
Animal Conservation is the profession of protecting domestic and animal species along with their habitats according to their origin. The need of animal conservation is to confirm that nature will be around them for the upcoming future generations to enjoy and also to identify the importance of animals and their nature for humans and other species alike. Various conservation efforts and programs undergo globally for their protection. Animal conservation has become a widely important practice due to the dangerous effects of human activity on wildlife and domestic that leads to the extinction of animals because of several reasons.
Applied Zoology 2017:
This statistic represents the revenue of Animal Industries in Canada Between 2009-2016.The International Federation for Animal Health in 2011 conducted a benchmarking survey on the Canadian Animal Health Industry. Canadian animal market shares approximately 3% of the global market. According to the 2009 market report on animal health product, globally the sale is 18.6 billion whereas the Canada sales were over $540 million. Interestingly, North America sales were 6.1 billion.
In 2016, the Industrial Statistics of the Canadian Animals revenue market is $2 billion and it is providing employment of 14,043 and the businesses is around 5,275. Animal Science Industry of Marine Harvest Revenue is $4 billion with an annual growth of 3.5% from 2011-2016 and it is providing employment of 23,241, the businesses in the Canadian animal science marine harvest is 10,013, more than 90.0% of establishments in the industry of Canada are sea fisheries.
International Trade Value of World retail fur sales is totally $35.8 billion in 2013, of this the fur exports contributed $467 million to Canadian. International trade exports of pelts and fur apparel exceeds $816 million in 2013. Canadian fur trade contributes nearly $1 billion to the Canadian economy annually. According to Fur Institute of Canada, Annual income value in pelt scales of Canadian trappers and fur farm owners earn more than $320 million. Canadian most important fur markets are USA, China, Hong Kong, Europe (Italy, Germany, Denmark, Poland, Greece).
Global Animal Health Care Market was valued at USD 27.8bilion in 2013 and is predicted to reach USD 41.9 billion by 2019.It is predicted to expand at a Compound Annual Growth Rate of 7.10% from 2014-2019.The Global Animal Genetics Market Is Projected to Reach USD 5.50 Billion by 2021, at a Growth Rate of 8.4% from 2016 to 2021.The global veterinary vaccines market is poised to reach USD 7.68 Billion by 2021 from USD 5.81 Billion in 2016, at a CAGR of 5.8% from 2016 to 2021.The veterinary diagnostics market witnessed healthy growth during the last decade and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.6% between 2016 and 2021 to reach 6.71 Billion by 2021.
North America is the largest regional segment for veterinary diagnostics owing to the well-established animal healthcare market
The reference Source is as per the 2010 market analysis
Global Animal Market Report:
Market Report of Canadian Import of Dairy Products 2015:
Market Report of Canadian Export of Dairy Products 2015:
Top 10 honey-exporting countries, 2014:
Top 10 honey-importing countries, 2014:
Toronto Zoology Society:
Metropolitan Toronto Zoological Society
Toronto Humane Society
Canada Zoology Societies
Wildlife Conservation Society Canada
Calgary Zoological Society
Canadian Society of Zoologists
Kamloops Wildlife Park Society
Saskatoon Zoo Society
Zoological Society of Manitoba
Zoology societies in world:
Wildlife Conservation Society USA
Boston Zoological Society,
Cape May County Zoological Society/Zoo Friends
Erie Zoological Society
Staten Island Zoological Society
Zoological Society of Philadelphia Chicago Zoological Society
Sedgwick County Zoological Society,
Toledo Zoological Society,
Zoological Society of Cincinnati
Zoological Society of Milwaukee
Zoological Society of St. Louis Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology
Abilene Zoological Society
Alabama Zoological Society
Blue Ridge Zoological Society
Dallas Zoological Society
Delaware Zoological Society
Virginia Zoological Society Denver Zoological Society
Fresno Zoological Society
Portland Zoological Society Royal Zoological and Acclimatization Society of
Royal Zoological Society of South Australia
Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales
Taronga Conservation Society
Auckland Zoological Society Zoological Society of East Anglia
North of England Zoological Society
Hints Zoological Society
Frankfurt Zoological Society
Zoological Society of Ireland
Zoological Society of Trinidad and Tobago
Zoological Society of Japan
Tokyo Zoological Park Society
Zoological Society of India
Zoological Society, Kolkata Zoological Society of Odisha State
Zoological Society of Southern Africa
International Society of Zoological Science
Universities of Zoology in Canada:
University of Calgary in Canada
University of Prince Edward Island
Laurentian University Sudbury
University of Guelph
UBC University of British Columbia
University of Alberta
University of SASKACHEWAN
University of Toronto
Universities of Zoology in World:
Harvard University United States
Stanford University United States
Massachusetts Institute of Technology United States
California Institute of Technology USA
Yale University United States
Princeton University United States
Imperial College London United Kingdom
University of Cambridge United Kingdom
University of Oxford
King’s College London United Kingdom
University of Manchester United Kingdom
University of Glasgow United Kingdom
University of Queensland Australia
University of Melbourne Australia
Australian National University
University of Zurich Switzerland66
University of Geneva Switzerland
Lund University Sweden
Kunming Institute of Zoology
University of Science and Technology of China
Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology
University of Roehampton
Queen Mary, University of London
Royal Holloway, University of London
University of Hyderabad
University of Freiburg Germany
University of Amsterdam Netherlands
Pierre and Marie Curie University France
University of Bonn Germany
Osaka University Japan
Applied Zoology Industries in World:
Charles River Laboratories
Shin Nippon Biomedical Laboratories USA
The Jackson Laboratory
Marshall Farms Group Ltd.
Altria (parent company of Philip Morris)