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  • Human anatomy 1-511.............General 531-549...........Regional anatomy 550-577.8.........Human and comparative histology 601-695...........Human embryology
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  • natural history, afterwards concentrating his attention especially on human anatomy. In 1789 he passed as tutor into the family of Sir James Campbell of
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  • D.Sc. Lecturer in Physical Anthropology, and Senior Demonstrator of Human Anatomy in the University of Cambridge. Fellow of Jesus College. Author of Morphology
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  • Subclass QH Natural history - Biology Subclass QK Botany Subclass QL Zoology Subclass QM Human anatomy Subclass QP Physiology Subclass QR Microbiology
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  • ‘Specimen of an Introduction to the Study of Human Anatomy,’ 1830. 2. ‘An Introduction to the Study of Human Anatomy,’ London, 1831, 8vo, 2 vols.; new edit
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  • Russian. In 1839 he was elected extraordinary professor in the University of Leipzig. His title to fame rests chiefly on his ‘Handbook of Human Anatomy.’
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  • knowledge of human anatomy. The students liked him, and with the consent of his employer he used to give evening demonstrations of anatomy, and became
    337 bytes (313 words) - 10:08, 10 August 2013
  • the Body of Man,’ was published in 1616, and is a general treatise on human anatomy and physiology based upon the two anatomical works of greatest repute
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  • professor of human and comparative anatomy, in 1866, the duties of the chair were recast, and Humphry was elected professor of human anatomy in the university
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  • author are designated in EB1911 by the initials "A. Ma." Text Book of Human Anatomy, 1889 "The Study of Man," in Popular Science Monthly Volume 42, January
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  • afterwards appointed demonstrator of anatomy at Guy's. While demonstrator he made elaborate dissections of the human body, which were reproduced in wax
    369 bytes (381 words) - 14:48, 29 January 2011
  • Leipzig, and was appointed professor of comparative anatomy at Leipzig in 1818, professor of human anatomy in 1821, and, in addition, professor of physiology
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  • elected a life member of the council in 1832, Arris and Gale professor of human anatomy and physiology in 1835, Hunterian orator in 1839, a member of the court
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  • degree at Leiden in 1667. Having necessarily to interest himself in human anatomy, he devoted much attention to the preservation and better demonstration
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  • appointed Hunterian orator in 1850, and in 1852 was made professor of human anatomy and surgery. He was elected a member of the court of examiners in 1855
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  • Muscles of the Human Body,’ London, 1724. In 1696 Cowper was elected a fellow of the Royal Society, and in 1698 published at Oxford ‘The Anatomy of Humane
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  • examiners in 1867, and held the post of Arris and Gale professor of human anatomy and surgery in 1862. He was president of the Royal Medical and Chirurgical
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Diaphragm (category EB1911:Science:Anatomy)
    The diaphragm or midriff (Anglo-Saxon, mid, middle, hrif, belly) in human anatomy is a large fibro-muscular partition between the cavities of the thorax
    330 bytes (960 words) - 09:37, 25 December 2012
  • causing the witnessing of certain sexual conduct and certain parts of the human anatomy, the exposure or display of child pornography and the engaging of sexual
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  • 4to; Cloquet's ‘System of Human Anatomy,’ with notes, 1829, 8vo, 2nd edition, 1831; Béclard's ‘Elements of General Anatomy,’ 1830, 8vo; Quételet's ‘Treatise
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