Laboratory Animal Pocket Reference Series: 15- Volume Set

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Here is one I received in my email last week. The belief (in 2012!) is that wedding rings are worn on the fourth finger of the left hand because of the vena amoris, the vein that carries blood from the fourth digit of the left hand straight to the heart. The remainder treat both large and small animals. This time, students can experience a virtual dissection of a rat. In simple terms, anatomy is made up of every minuscule area in the human body.

Pages: 167

Publisher: CRC Press (March 6, 2000)

ISBN: 0849325609

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