anatomical descriptions

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  • All his remarks show how well he knew what true anatomical description ought to be. Cited from The Project Gutenberg Encyclopedia Volume 1 of 28
  • An anatomical description of the human body, considered as an island kingdom. Cited from Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama, by E Cobham Brewer
  • Occasionally he would light up the monotony of anatomical description by a bit of humour. Cited from Thomas Henry Huxley Vol. 3, by Leonard Huxley
  • Some seniors are mainly interested in details such as the anatomical description of one's body parts, his or her sexual interests etc.
  • Its psychological and anatomical description and also psychological impact on children.
  • The anatomical descriptions are on this account not only the most valuable part of his work, but the most valuable that had then or for a long time after appeared. Cited from The Project Gutenberg Encyclopedia Volume 1 of 28
  • Here Vesalius begins to describe how Galen's anatomical descriptions do not match his own observations.
  • The term "thecodont" is still used as an anatomical description of the tooth morphology seen in these species and others.
  • It discussed fertility, pregnancy, birth, and infant care, with the best anatomical descriptions then available.
  • For many purposes of anatomical description, positions and directions are relative to the standard anatomical planes and axes.
  • Such information as did exist on the radulae and the external anatomy of the living animals was widely scattered in the scientific literature, and internal anatomical descriptions were not available until fairly recently.
  • He was also one of the first to add drawings of organs to his anatomical descriptions in a second treatise, The Anothomia.
  • Anthracological studies may also be applied to extant material, in which case they can focus either on the anatomical description of reference material or on the inspection of charcoal of illegal provenience.
  • Unlike his predecessors, Mondino focuses specifically on anatomical descriptions rather than engaging in a larger discourse on pathology and surgery in general.
  • As humans are bilaterally symmetrical organisms, anatomical descriptions usually use the same terms as those for vertebrates and other members of the taxonomic group Bilateria.
  • To him Briggs dedicated his Ophthalmographia, an anatomical description of the eye, published at Cambridge in 1676, on his return from France.
  • Dandy's first scientific contribution was the detailed anatomical description of a 2 mm human embryo in Franklin P. Mall's collection.
  • Then Rau (1958) further refined the anatomical description and clarified the genus to note that there were several species, most common of which is B. longicaudatus.
  • De Chauliac's (and his contemporaries) unwillingness to look outside of textbook knowledge was one of the reasons that Chauliac's anatomical descriptions are not always correct.
  • To these three works, though in other respects very excellent, it is a considerable objection that the anatomical descriptions are much mixed with hypothetical speculation and reasonings on properties, and that the facts are by no means always distinguished from mere matters of opinion. Cited from The Project Gutenberg Encyclopedia Volume 1 of 28