Wood, "Variations in human myology
observed during the winter session of 1867-68 at King College, London," Royal Society of London, vol.
Carraro et al., "Rise2-Italy Project: muscle FES after peripheral nerve lesion," Basic Applied Myology
and relationships of the New World nine-primaried oscines (Aves: Passeriformes).
Stark has presented webinars on the Internet, and recently spoke at the Boise, Idaho hygienists' state meeting on an introductory course on orofacial myology
. Her goal this year is to speak in six states; she already presented in Florida at her local hygiene association and was asked to come to St Louis, Mo.
(8.) Coues E: The Osteology and Myology
of Didelphys virginiana with an Appendix on the Brain by Jeffries Wyman.
Osteology and myology
of the cephalic region and pectoral girdle of Plotosus lineatus, with comments on Plotosidae (Teleostei: Siluriformes) autapomorphies.
In four similarly constructed chapters, Delaporte addresses Duchenne's innovations from the perspective of different disciplines: the anatomy of facial muscles, or myology
; photography and the tradition of physiognomy; systems of expression; and the aesthetic treatment of the passions.
"Comparative and functional myology
of the prehensile tail in new world monkeys (Alouatta, Ateles & Saimiri)".
Terms appearing in the earlier index in substantial numbers, absent from the later index Associations 16 0 List 42 0 Myology
10 0 Nomenclature 20 0 E.
Courses in the GCC program include myology
(the study of muscles and muscle tissue), pathology, anatomy and physiology, and kinesiology.
The origin of higher clades; osteology, myology
, phylogeny, and evolution of bony fishes and the rise of tetrapods.
External anatomy (including patterns of mouth spotting in nestlings), behavioral patterns, presence or absence of nessoptiles, appendicular myology
, chromosomal configurations, and chemical analysis of proteins and DNA (both nuclear and ribosomal) have been used as characters for classification of species, genera, and tribes.