Laboratory Manual for Comparative Veterinary Anatomy & Physiology 2nd Edition is designed to accommodate all courses in anatomy and physiology at the veterinary technician or pre-veterinary level of education.
Laboratory Manual for Comparative Veterinary Anatomy & Physiology 2nd Edition
Each instructor may choose the depth in which he or she covers each topic, and the order in which it is covered. It is the only comparative veterinary anatomy and physiology manual that covers cat dissection, sheep heart, brain and eye, and the pig’s kidney. Veterinary Anatomy & Physiology:
A Clinical Laboratory Manual, 2E also covers the muscular, digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular, urinary, reproductive, endocrine and nervous systems, as well as the skeletal anatomy of many species and the histology of tissues.
This book’s introduction to laboratory equipment and techniques will prepare readers for lab work. Each chapter includes a physiology experiment to help illustrate some of the principles of physiology covered in the lecture portions of the course instruction.
In each chapter there are words that are in burgundy bold print, blue bold print, or green bold print. The purpose of this differentiation is to establish a hierarchy of importance with regards to structures and functions of special emphasis that students should know.
The levels of special emphasis are listed as follows:
• Burgundy bold print: the most important names of functions, structures, and physiological principles are listed in burgundy bold print. If a structure is listed in colored bold print, students should identify this structure and know it. Individual instructors may add structures they think are also important or eliminate structures they think are of minimal importance. If the same structure is to be located again later in the exercise, then it is given in italics, unless it needs some special emphasis, in which case it appears in blue bold print.
• Blue bold print: Words in blue bold print are names of structures, functions, and principles that need special emphasis, but are not as crucial to know as words in burgundy bold print. Structures included in optional dissections are listed in blue bold print.
• Green bold print: Words in green bold print identify structures, functions, and principles that need emphasis, but not as great as words in blue bold print. Also, structures that were noted for identify cation previously in an exercise with burgundy bold or blue bold print are listed in italics when noted again. In this case, students should identify and know these structures.
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