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Comparative Anatomy of Vertebrates Presentation Lect 1

Comparative Anatomy of Vertebrates Presentation Lect 1

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Published by Ian Kenneth Cabrera
Introduces historical development of vertebrate anatomy.

Includes basic concepts and terms important for higher zoology training.
Introduces historical development of vertebrate anatomy.

Includes basic concepts and terms important for higher zoology training.

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Published by: Ian Kenneth Cabrera on Jan 13, 2009
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Comparative Anatomy of Comparative Anatomy of VertebratesVertebrates
Introduction: Terms, Concepts and HistoryIntroduction: Terms, Concepts and History
Prepared by: Mr. Ian Kenneth M. CabreraPrepared by: Mr. Ian Kenneth M. Cabrera
 
 
ObjectivesObjectives
To know the common terminologies used in ComparativeTo know the common terminologies used in ComparativeAnatomyAnatomy
To be able to know the historical development of the subjectTo be able to know the historical development of the subjectmatter.matter.
To identify the people behind its development and their To identify the people behind its development and their corresponding contributionscorresponding contributions
To know the fundamental concept/principle of speciesTo know the fundamental concept/principle of speciesdevelopment including structure, form and function.development including structure, form and function.
 
 
MeaningMeaning
Comparative Anatomy, but to be more accurately – comparativeComparative Anatomy, but to be more accurately – comparativemorphology, deals with the study of parts and structure (forms) and themorphology, deals with the study of parts and structure (forms) and thecorresponding functions of these forms of bodies of vertebratescorresponding functions of these forms of bodies of vertebrates
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It is both descriptive and analytical.It is both descriptive and analytical.
The course also deals with the study of natural history. Where did presentThe course also deals with the study of natural history. Where did presentday species come from? Are present day species the same millions of yearsday species come from? Are present day species the same millions of yearsago? What course did higher organisms went though in order arrive at suchago? What course did higher organisms went though in order arrive at suchimmutable complexity like what we know now of them today? Did weimmutable complexity like what we know now of them today? Did wereally originate from apes?really originate from apes?
The subject also deals with species of animals which no longer inhabit theThe subject also deals with species of animals which no longer inhabit theEarth and are known to us by fossil records.Earth and are known to us by fossil records.

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