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by Dale W. Fishbeck,Aurora Sebastiani

Download Comparative Anatomy: Manual of Vertebrate Dissection ePub
  • ISBN 0895825171
  • ISBN13 978-0895825179
  • Language English
  • Author Dale W. Fishbeck,Aurora Sebastiani
  • Publisher Morton Publishing Company; Lslf edition (November 1, 2001)
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  • Subcategory Science and Mathematics
  • Size ePub 1789 kb
  • Size Fb2 1734 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
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Comparative Anatomy: Manual of Vertebrae Dissection

by Dale W. Fishbeck (Author), Aurora Sebastiani (Author). Currently I am enrolled in Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy and this book has been extremely helpful with dissections, especially when I am trying to locate and differentiate between all of the structures.

by Dale W. ISBN-13: 978-1617310423. I would highly recomend this book for anyone in a similar class. However, I will warn you that some of the terms have not been converted to animal physiology nomenclature and therefore some conversions in you dialect are needed. ISBN-13: 978-0895825179.

Comparative Anatomy book

Comparative Anatomy book. This book contains detailed color photographs and dissection instructions for the tunicate, amphioxus, lamprey, dogfish shark, mudpuppy, and cat. Get A Copy.

Dale W. Fishbeck/Aurora Sebastiani. All Documents from Comparative Anatomy: Manual of Vertebrate Dissection. Get started today for free. sheep brain 2012-12-03. cat muscle origins and insertions 2017-10-10. shark terms 2017-09-13. protochordate (amphioxus) 2017-09-12.

This book contains detailed color photographs and dissection instructions for the tunicate, amphioxus, lamprey, dogfish shark, mudpuppy, and cat show more. Format Book 474 pages. Dimensions 22. x 27. 6 x 2. 2mm 1,292. Fishbeck; Aurora Sebastiani. ISBN 10: 1617310425 ISBN 13: 9781617310423. This full-color manual is a unique guide for students conducting the comparative study of representative vertebrate animals. Publisher: Morton Publishing Company, 2015. It is appropriate for courses in comparative anatomy, vertebrate zoology, or any course in which the featured vertebrates are studied. The manual features an overview of the evolution of vertebrate systems, providing students with a detailed synopsis prior to beginning the dissections.

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Comparative Anatomy: Manual of Vertebrate Dissection. by Dale Fishbeck; Aurora Sebastiani. The New copy of this book will include any supplemental materials advertised

Comparative Anatomy: Manual of Vertebrate Dissection. ISBN13: 9781617310423. The New copy of this book will include any supplemental materials advertised. Typically, only the book itself is included.

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Talk about Comparative Anatomy: Manual of Vertebrate Dissection


Truthcliff
Okay, not always the easiest to follow and could use more labeling.
Burisi
After an initial scan it looks good
Kagda
This lab manual was a supplement text that I was not required to buy however we ended up relying on it heavily in the laboratory so much that I found I needed my own copy, rather than the limited few available. It is fully color and all the structures of Necturus, Squalus and the cat are shown in high detail photographs that are extremely useful when you are looking at your own sample. They also provide more explanation about the function and location of each structure.

The one disadvantage that this manual has though is that it does not provide instruction in dissection to see these samples (one reason why my college does not rely on it as a main laboratory manual) and only covers three vertebrate systems and none of the hemichordates.

I believe that it is a worthwhile investment though if you are taking a comparative anatomy course (Such as the one at Florida Tech....) to have this text as reference.
Galanjov
Currently I am enrolled in Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy and this book has been extremely helpful with dissections, especially when I am trying to locate and differentiate between all of the structures. I would highly recomend this book for anyone in a similar class. However, I will warn you that some of the terms have not been converted to animal physiology nomenclature and therefore some conversions in you dialect are needed.