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1 The Study Of Human Anatomy
2 Cytology—the Study Of Cells
3 Histology—the Study Of Tissues
4 Human Development
5 The Integumentary System
6 The Skeletal System I: Bone Tissue
7 The Skeletal System Ii: Axial Skeleton
8 The Skeletal System Iii: Appendicular Skeleton
9 The Skeletal System Iv: Joints
10 The Muscular System I: Muscle Cells
11 The Muscular System Ii: Axial Musculature
12 The Muscular System Iii: Appendicular Musculature
13 The Nervous System I: Nervous Tissue
14 The Nervous System Ii: Spinal Cord And Spinal Nerves
15 The Nervous System Iii: Brain And Cranial Nerves
16 The Nervous System Iv: Autonomic Nervous System And Visceral Reflexes
17 The Nervous System V: Sense Organs
18 The Endocrine System
19 The Circulatory System I: Blood
20 The Circulatory System Ii: The Heart
21 The Circulatory System Iii: Blood Vessels
22 The Lymphatic System And Immunity
23 The Respiratory System
24 The Digestive System
25 The Urinary System
26 The Reproductive System
1.1 The Scope Of Human Anatomy
1.2 The Human Body Plan
1.3 The Language Of Anatomy
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Anatomy is a branch of science that studies the structure of human, animals, and plants, specially...
The term cytology is defined as the study of the structure as well as the function of the cell....
Histology uses modern imaging techniques to examine and describe the tissues and structures present....
In sexual reproduction, the formation of a new individual takes place through the fusion of the male...
The skin, hair, nails and the glands associated with them called the cutaneous and the subcutaneous...
The skeletal system is the system that provides shape, structure, protection to the body. It also...
The axial skeleton holds 80 bones, which includes the bones of the head and trunk of the vertebrae....
The bones of upper limbs attach to the axial skeleton and form the pectoral girdle. The pectoral...
A joint is a point or surface where two or more bone joins or articulates. Different bones join and...
Myology is the study of the anatomy, actions and pathology of muscular system. The muscular system,...
A muscular structure contains connective tissue that is present from the smallest to largest and...
Pectoralis minor along with serratus anterior moves scapula laterally and forward around the chest...
In the human body, there are two mechanisms that maintain internal communication and coordination,...
The spinal cord can be defined as the cylindrical bundle of the nerve fibers and connected tissue....
The brain, which is a part of the central nervous system of a vertebrate, has changed a lot during...
The autonomic nervous system: It is also known as ANS. It is previously known as the vegetative...
A sensory receptor refers to the structure that is specialized in detecting a particular stimulus....
The hormones are substances produced in the organism that are carried by the blood and lymph....
The components of the circulatory system are heart, blood vessels, and blood. These components are...
The cardiovascular system related to the heart circulatory system includes two circulatory systems....
Arteries are defined as the efferent vessels of the cardiovascular system that carry blood from the...
The lymphatic system comprises of the following components: Lymph: A fluid similar to blood plasma...
The functions of the respiratory system are as follows: Respiratory system act as a system that...
The main functions of digestive system are processing food, extracting nutrients from it and...
The function of the urinary system is to clean the blood and make it free of metabolic wastes and...
A type of life cycle in which alteration of generations occurs between cells with a single and...
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