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    Default Comparative Animal Anatomy (STUDY BOOK)

    Comparative Animal Anatomy ( Lecture notes, Study Book )
    by Paul Mills, the University of Queensland, Australia.



    Pages: 324
    Publisher: University of Quuensland, Australia.
    Edition: 2003
    Language: English
    CODE: ANIM7101

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    The book is 324 pages long and gives a detailed comparison of the dog and horse. It contains black and white sketches, questions and study worksheets through out.

    Main content headings are:-
    General Considerations in Anatomy of Animals
    Animal Locomotion
    Anatomy of the Thoracic Limb of the Dog
    Anatomy of the Thoracic Limb of the Horse
    Anatomy of the Pelvic Limb of the Dog
    Anatomy of the Pelvic Limb of the Horse
    Anatomy of the Head, Neck and Trunk
    Gait and Conformation
    Anatomy of the Foot and Integument of Horse and Dog


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