anatomical structure

NOUN
  1. a particular complex anatomical part of a living thing and its construction and arrangement
    he has good bone structure
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How To Use anatomical structure In A Sentence

  • It is discovered that Metasequoia glyptostroboides has axial traumatic resin canal in wood anatomical structure.
  • Over 20 000 anatomical structures can be revealed, all of which can be identified by a click of the mouse.
  • I strip away cobwebs of fascia obscuring the anatomical structures.
  • Objective To observe and measure the anatomical structure of mitral complex in goat, in order to accumulate data for comparative zootomy.
  • Disappointingly, however, bones and other anatomical structures are impossible to see.
  • Based on anatomical structures and kinetic structures, we try to figure out the standing posture of Eros of Centocelle, a bust sculpture of Praxiteles, the renowned ancient Greek artist.
  • But according to Cooper (1980) ‘in anatomical structure there is no significant difference between [the intertarsal joints of Polyboroides] and the corresponding joints of Kestrel, Tawny eagle or Black kite’ (p. 98). Archive 2006-05-01
  • To understand the supportive anatomical structures of the pelvis it is necessary to see the ligaments, as well.
  • If I wanted to see the anatomical structures underlying an injury, I was unable to do it as quickly with the CD as flicking through a textbook.
  • in anatomical structure prehistoric man shows close affinity with modern humans
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