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anatomist

 [ah-nat´o-mist]
one skilled in anatomy.

a·nat·o·mist

(ă-nat'ŏ-mist),
A specialist in the science of anatomy.

anatomist

(ə-năt′ə-mĭst)
n.
An expert in or a student of anatomy.

a·nat·o·mist

(ă-nat'ŏ-mist)
A specialist in the science of anatomy.

anatomist

one skilled in anatomy.
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It is really interesting and really bizarre, very different from anything we've seen in vertebrates," study author Diane Kelly, an anatomist at the University of Massachusetts said.
Instead, Prehistoric Autopsy sees Professor Alice Roberts and Dr George McGavin joining forces with a team of leading anatomists, anthropologists, archaeologists and special effects gurus to teach us more about one of our closest ancestors.
29, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Anatomist Gunther von Hagens revealed today, his two-year battle with Parkinson's Disease.
Instead, Webb points out how Harvey (as well as other anatomists like Mondino de' Liuzzi) insisted on seeing in the dissected or vivisected hearts impossible structures that cohered to medieval concepts rather than to observation of the muscle.
The anatomist anatomis'd; an experimental discipline in Enlightenment Europe.
Turkish Anatomy and Clinical Anatomy Association became a full member of the International Federation of Associations of Anatomists (IFAA) during a annual congress of the IFAA in Cape Town, South Africa, Celik said.
However, anatomist John Hunter, who died 250 years ago, is said to have bribed an undertaker to get Byrne's body.
She demonstrates the following: dispassion was learned by the anatomist as a response to the olfactory apprehension of rotting flesh (chaptet 1); it was then reconstituted within a Cartesian matrix (chapter 2) and combined with a Neostoic revival after a period of religious strife (chapter 3).
von Hagens is fascinated by the curious alliance between the Church and anatomists from the 1500s, and interested in expanding the boundaries of discussion about anatomy.
His figures showing insertion of the muscles and their movements are still admired by anatomists.
That they offer such innocuous ways of doing so (choose a badge; agree with or cavil at a political statement) suggests a somewhat melancholic estimation of the audience's mental torpor: For all the comic crapulence of their audience-participation activities, the Smiths are social anatomists and oblique tacticians rather than jokers.
Already, Nweeia says, the narwhal project has involved geneticists, anatomists, mathematicians, evolutionary biologists, marine scientists, mechanical engineers, bone biologists, and more.