The Comparative anatomy of the domesticated animals by Auguste Jean-Baptiste Chauveau

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Topics Anatomy, Veterinary, Animals, Domestic -- anatomy & histology Publisher New York, D. Appleton and company Collection ucsanfranciscolibrary; cdl; americana.

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About Book by A. Schummer, H. Wilkens, B. Vollmerhaus, K.-H. Habermehl It is difficult to find words which are adequate to praise sufficiently this, the third of a series of five volumes, on the anatomy of domestic animals. Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version.

Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by page. Constantinescu investigates the gross anatomy of domestic and laboratory animals in general, focusing on the locomotor apparatus, the peripheral and autonomic nervous system, as well as on the anatomical nomenclature.

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MUSCLES OF THE TRUNK. each other at the commissures of the mouth, and confounded with the superficial layer of the buccinator, which they appear to continue, these two muscular por- tions also receive a large portion of the fibres belonging to the majority of the extrinsic muscles, such as the dilatator naris.

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surface, which responds to the. Comparative anatomy, the comparative study of the body structures of different species of animals in order to understand their adaptive changes as they evolved from common ancestors. Modern comparative anatomy began with the work of Pierre Belon, who showed the similarities in the skeletons of humans and birds.

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lateral, and permits its circumference to be divided into four borders: a suj^erior, attached to the rugged lateral ridge of the sacrum ; an inferior, fixed to the supra- cotyloid ridge, as well as the ischial tuberosity, and forming by the portion comprised between these two.Anatomy and Physiology of Animals.

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