Van De Graaff's Photographic Atlas for the Zoology Laboratory
This full-color photographic atlas provides clear photographs and drawings of tissues and organisms similar to specimens seen in a zoology laboratory. It is designed to accompany any zoology text or laboratory manual and delivers a balanced visual representation of the major groups of zoological organisms.
- More than 650 full-color, carefully labeled photographs, micrographs, and illustrations provide a visual reference for students in the lab.
- Several dissections of invertebrate and vertebrate organisms were photographed for this atlas. Sheep heart and brain dissections are also included.
- The terms used in this atlas match those appearing in commonly used college zoology texts.
- Clear, accurate, completely labeled figures include life-cycle illustrations.
- Numerous dissections of invertebrate and vertebrate organisms are presented for students who have the opportunity to conduct similar dissections.
- Selected radiographs, CT scans, and MR images depict structures from living persons and thus provide an applied dimension to the human biology portion of the atlas.
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