anatomical structures

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  • This anatomical structure is found in a wide variety of animals.
  • However, more recent work have found many problems with this theory including the lack of anatomical structures for the actual heat exchange.
  • Others showed a small difference, limited to cases where the prostate is particularly close to certain anatomical structures.
  • This work was useful because the anatomical structures of these animals usually closely mirror those of humans.
  • Every anatomical structure or behavior response has origins in which they were, at one time, useful.
  • These systems are not anatomical structures of the brain but, rather, mental processes.
  • He turns to that tree on the cliff with the interest of studying its anatomical structure. Cited from The Photoplay, by Hugo Muensterberg
  • The two were interested in how anatomical structure is expressed in physiological function.
  • Once the basic variegated anatomical structure of the brain is laid down during early development, it is more or less fixed.
  • Since the discovery of this distinct circuit, the anatomical structures involved have been studied in depth.
  • Every plant has, therefore, an anatomical structure, its parts and tissues visible to the naked eye. Cited from Psychology and Achievement, by Warren Hilton
  • So all other important anatomical structures of the nerve are kept intact.
  • The term dorsal refers to anatomical structures that are either situated toward or grow off that side of an animal.
  • This is due to differences in the vascular anatomical structure on the right and left sides.
  • So much of its anatomical structure as illustrates this peculiarity it is necessary to state. Cited from The Illustrated London Reading Book, by Various
  • The attempt to study the anatomical structure of the grizzly bear from the inside has not been crowned with success. Cited from Remarks, by Bill Nye
  • During the many centuries that these plants must have existed in the desert in annual generations, no single feature in the anatomical structure has become changed. Cited from Species and Varieties, by Hugo DeVries
  • Thus speaks the science of man; thus counsels reason, guided by anatomical structure. Cited from More Hunting Wasps, by Jean Henri Fabre
  • The word is generally used to describe natural or pathological anatomical structures made out of a hard layer of protein.
  • Several other anatomical structures are named after Vieussens, however they have largely been replaced by clinical nomenclature.
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