Domain: baa.duke.edu

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ferret body wall dissection
We removed this fascial layer to observe the differentiation of the sacrospinalis muscle. This differentiation occurs in only the thoracic and cervical ...
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Daniel O. Schmitt
Picture of Dan Schmitt My primary interest is in the evolution of primate locomotion. I am studying the mechanics of movement in primates and other ...
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Daniel O. Schmitt
Picture of Dan Schmitt My primary interest is in the evolution of primate locomotion. I am studying the mechanics of movement in primates and other ...
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Daniel O. Schmitt
Picture of Dan Schmitt My primary interest is in the evolution of primate locomotion. I am studying the mechanics of movement in primates and other ...
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Natural History of the Housecat, Domestic Cat, Felis catus, Felis ...
The domestic or house cat is most commonly, and properly, attributed to the ... and Felis (which includes all of the "small" cats, though the largest of ...
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Cat facial and masticatory muscle dissection
However, this is a deep muscle, only visible after cutting and reflecting the caninus muscle, which retracts the vibrissae and raises the upper lip. ...
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cat shank and foot dissection
Extensor digitorum longus, Lateral epicondyle of femur, Bases of second phalanges on dorsal side of the foot, Extends phalanges ...
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ferret natural history
Ferrets, polecats, weasels, and mink are included in the genus Mustela, and ferrets and polecats are in the subgenus Putorius [1,3,4]. ...
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ferret thorax dissection
The heart of the ferret is cone-shaped with the apex of the cone caudal to the base. ... The average weight of a female ferret's heart is 3.7 grams [1]. ...
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dissection of the pig shoulder BAA 289L 2004
The fetal pig does not have a clavicle. The most superficial muscle is .... Dissection of the Fetal Pig. W.H. Freeman and Company, San Francisco, CA. ...
 
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