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Searched for: LC Classification is Science -- Human anatomy -- Skeleton. Osteology
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Unless one is a medical resident, it can be quite difficult to get a close-up look at a skeleton, a brain, or even the inner workings of the digestive tract. Students of the medical sciences and others need worry no...
This project from the University of Texas at Austin is an interactive approach to learning anatomy. Users choose either to view human, baboon, or gorilla skeletons to learn about individual bones, or compare the anatomy...
Anatomy truly gets interactive via these collection of fun and engaging games, videos, and other multimedia excursions. The site was created by Ben Crossett, a science teacher in Australia. Several years ago, he decided...
Access Excellence at the National Health Museum provides this website as an educational tool for learning about the human body. X-ray images and bone photos of the human skeleton are organized into eight body area...
Since the days of Andreas Vesalius, humans have been fascinated with describing and accurately depicting various parts of the body in all of their intimate detail. In recent years, a number of enterprising souls have...
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