2 edition of Laboratory guide to vertebrate dissection for students of anatomy found in the catalog.
Laboratory guide to vertebrate dissection for students of anatomy
Arthur Beeny Appleton
|Statement||by A.B. Appleton.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 152 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||152|
However, as a science educator of 43 years, it's more appropriate for my high school classes. The directions do not contain exhaustive descriptions of the animals dissected, the completeness of the description in each case being made dependent upon the pedagogical ends aimed at, and upon the time ordinarily at the disposal of the student. My instructor had their own lab notes that we used so I didn't bother to open this book after the first or second week. Again, the book is goodfor me, on the mainstream high school level; I have this book as my one desk copy in my room. Detailed descriptions of anatomical structures ensure the most thorough, precise canine dissections. Combines the traditional features of a laboratory manual with those of an atlas.
This is not meant to imply that the student of advanced zoology cannot get many useful hints and fresh points of view from its pages; he undoubtedly can. To obtain full benefit from it the student should obviously have taken the preliminary medical studies, including a fair amount of human anatomy. Metrics details Abstract As its title indicates, this is a book for use in a practical comparative anatomy course. Other helpful features include: an emphasis on the anatomical knowledge and terminology from the Nomina Anatomica Veterinaria; a comprehensive list of all figures and tables; and an extensive list of references for further research. In all, this one-of-a-kind canine dissection manual is the resource you need to better understand and review what you are learning in your first-year dissection course. The book was in good condition, with some highlighting and things written in it but the description when I ordered it already told me that.
Similar Books. Students can access printable pages of all illustrations. Color photographs of anatomical models aid in orientation of the specimen or body region and bridge the gap between the anatomical model studied in the laboratory and the human body. Human Anatomy Laboratory Guide and Dissection Manual combines the traditional features of a laboratory manual with the features of a dissection guide and pictorial atlas. I found this as a required book for a level course on the college level. The 27 drawings of cat anatomy serve as a visual primer to aid in the systematic observation of cat dissection as it relates to human anatomy.
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Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. While writing this review and reading the material, I learned a great deal of new information on vertebrates.
These short questions encourage critical thinking. I found this as a required book for a level course on the college level. Most undergraduate students e. In all, this one-of-a-kind canine dissection manual is the resource you need to better understand and review what you are learning in your first-year dissection course.
Vertebrates are large animals with complex systems of organs, and it is impossible for a young student to dissect them in the best manner unless he receives full instructions at every important step. The laboratory manual contains references to all appropriate Human Anatomy illustrations, specimen photographs, radiographs, and MRI images.
Following the "Reviews" are To Think About questions. First and foremost, the basic animal architecture is presented in a clear and concise manner. These questions appear at the back of the book for convenient removal by students.
Download eBook The Dissection of Vertebrates, Second Edition, provides students with a manual that combines pedalogical effective text with high-quality, accurate, and attractive visual references. As stated in the preface, it is assumed that the student has already done a course in elementary zoology, including the usual verte-brate types, and has also examined in more detail a mammal.
The first is the portrayal of the human body as seen and studied in the laboratory. To buy this book at the lowest price, Click Here. All anatomical structures are listed by system for each area studied.
Each chapter offers self-contained guidance on the dissection of a specific body part, allowing you to perform dissections in whatever sequence your choose. Color photographs of anatomical models aid in orientation of the specimen or body region and bridge the gap between the anatomical model studied in the laboratory and the human body.
Detailed descriptions of anatomical structures ensure the most thorough, precise canine dissections. This laboratory manual is intended to act as an information bridge both textual and visualpermitting the student to integrate the lecture descriptions with the laboratory observations and identifications.
The book comes with a supplemental laboratory dissection guide that concludes with a Student Art Notebook. Other helpful features include: an emphasis on the anatomical knowledge and terminology from the Nomina Anatomica Veterinaria; a comprehensive list of all figures and tables; and an extensive list of references for further research.
Color photographs of prosected cadaver specimens, anatomical models, and medical quality anatomical drawings appear in the laboratory manual.
The directions are practical in character, and are designed to be in sufficient detail to enable the student to carry on his work intelligently and profitably and with the least possible waste of time and material.
As it is intended for assistance in dissection, information regarding osteology and the details of the central nervous system have been purposely omitted and, conversely, the muscles are treated somewhat more fully than is customary.
However, as a science educator of 43 years, it's more appropriate for my high school classes. There is also a website for this textbook with functional laboratory guides. Identification of anatomical structures by microscopic examination or study of skeletal elements, anatomical models, and cadaver and organ specimens is presented in an organized and studentoriented manner.
This book includes charts, pictures, and tables that help you to understand the information. Comprehensive list of tables and figures makes it easy to find key images and information at a glance. The teacher may thus assign to his class such of the dissections as he wishes, and in the order he wishes.Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Skip to main content. This banner text can have markup. web; books; A Laboratory Manual for Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy A Laboratory Manual for Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy by Libbie Henrietta Hyman. The book was in excellent condition, given that it was used. Some highlighted areas, but it was expected.
Great buy for all you comparative vertebrate students! Very helpful in class. Make sure this is the correct book you need an try to buy it used if possible!
Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy: A Laboratory Dissection Guide Atlas and. About this book. Detailed and concise dissection directions, updated valuable information and extraordinary illustrations make The Dissection of Vertebrates, 3rd Edition the new ideal manual for students in comparative vertebrate anatomy, as well as a superb reference for vertebrate and functional morphology, vertebrate paleontology, and advanced level vertebrate courses, such as in mammalogy.
I used this guide in my Comp. Vertebrate Anatomy lab, and it was extremely helpful! The diagrams are well put together and allow you to identify structures easily. It would have been nice to have a manual with actual pictures instead of drawings, but the drawings in this are hildebrandsguld.coms: Feb 15, · Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy: A Laboratory Dissection Guide by Kenneth V.
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Start by marking “Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy: A Laboratory Dissection Guide” as Want to Read: Function, Evolution text. This lab manual carefully guides students through dissections and is richly illustrated. First and foremost, the /5(28).