Bovine Anatomy – An Illustrated Text First Edition PDF. This combination of topographic color atlas and concise textbook of Bovine Anatomy is the third volume of a series on the anatomy of domestic mammals. The first edition of the Atlas and Textbook of the Anatomy of the Dog appeared 20 years ago. It was followed 12 years ago by the second volume, the Anatomy of the Horse.
Bovine Anatomy – An Illustrated Text First Edition PDF
In several German and foreign language editions they aroused world-wide interest. Therefore our next project was an Atlas and Textbook of Bovine Anatomy following the proven model and thereby closing a previously existing gap: no comparable work on bovine anatomy was available.
The special features of the ox are presented to students in a well-grounded survey of topographic anatomy. Special anatomy is summarized as brief data in tables of muscles, lymph nodes, and nerves, with references to the corresponding pages in the text. Comparative anatomy is addressed through references to the horse and dog. In addition the text-atlas is intended to provide a valuable introduction to the Anatomy of the Living Animal.
The authors were concerned with the preparation of a clear and graphic reference book of important anatomical facts for veterinarians in practice and research as well as anyone interested in morphology. This book can also serve as a dictionary of English anatomical nomenclature illustrated in color. An appendix on Applied Anatomy, included in the first and second volumes of the series, was omitted from this edition. Because of its extraordinary relevance for the practical instruction of students it will be provided in the next edition.
This English edition is the responsibility of Professor Habel. His translation and scientific engagement in the production of this atlas and the writing and revision of many chapters are his personal service. His collaboration in the community of authors is a great enrichment.
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