general anatomy n.
The study of the structure and composition of the body as well as of its tissues and fluids.
With the revival of interest in general anatomy several naturalists took up the structure of fishes.
Piccolomini laid the foundations of general anatomy by his description of cellular tissue.
The acute founder of general anatomy, in fact, outdoes Hunter in his desire to exclude physical reasonings from the realm of life.
Their breathing apparatus and general anatomy is much similar to that of the larger whales.
It will be convenient in the first instance to deal with the general anatomy of the nervous system and then with the histology.
A general hematoxylin stain was very satisfactory for general anatomy.
It is the geology of the body, as that is the general anatomy of the earth.
Coe, 1895 and 1910, considers the general anatomy of the nervous system, but nerve details are for the most part not shown.
One point of general anatomy upon which they throw considerable light is the primitive origin of nerves.
One point of general anatomy upon which my observations throw considerable light, is the primitive origin of nerves.