A Dissection Guide & Atlas to the Rat

By David G. Smith, Michael P. Schenk  •  
 2001  
•  128
 Pages
Loose-leaf
Format • 
Print ISBN  9780895825124
• eBook ISBN  9781617310850
Suggested Student Retail Price

$44.98

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This full-color dissection manual is an introduction to the anatomy of the rat. The book can be used with biology, zoology, nursing, or preprofessional students who are taking a laboratory course in anatomy and physiology or basic vertebrate anatomy.

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Features
Table of Contents
About the Authors
Features
  • Superior full-color photographs and illustrations distinguish this manual from others.
  • Carefully worded directions allow students to learn basic mammalian anatomy through the use of a rat specimen.
  • High-quality color photographs and photomicrographs.
  • Clearly written text with dissection instructions set apart from the main text to assist students in the lab.
  • Each chapter begins with a list of objectives, and tables are utilized to summarize key information.
  • Loose-leaf, three-hole drilled format for convenient use in the laboratory.
Table of contents
Introduction
Chapter 1: External Anatomy
Chapter 2: Skeletal System
Chapter 3: Muscular System
Chapter 4: Digestive System
Chapter 5: Circulatory System
Chapter 6: Respiratory System
Chapter 7: Reproductive and Excretory Systems
Chapter 8: Nervous System
Chapter 9: Endocrine System
References
Glossary
Index
About the Authors
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