The major branches of anatomy include comparative
anatomy and human anatomy .
Animal anatomy ... of different animals, when it is called comparative
anatomy or animal morphology , or it may be ... by an account of the development (embryology) and comparative
anatomy (morphology), as far as vertebrate ...
1.1 The growth of the "omics"
3 Genetic similarity
4 See ... as a term for studying the proteome.
Main article: comparative
Comparison of genomes has resulted ...
... (as in, for example, animal feeds), because this exposes more bacteria to selection for resistance.
Unfortunately, the comparative
ease of finding compounds which safely cured bacterial infections proved much harder to duplicate with respect to fungal and viral infections. ...
... diversity among organisms present in different ecosystems . "Diversity" in this definition includes diversity within species, among species, and comparative
diversity among ecosystems.
Another definition, simpler and clearer, but more challenging, is the totality of genes, species, and ecosystems of a ...
... Humphrey, Jay D. "Cardiovascular Solid Mechanics: Cells, Tissues, and Organs." New York: Springer. ISBN 0-387-95168-7 .
Vogel, Steven. (2003). comparative
Biomechanics: Life's Physical World. Princeton: Princeton University Press. ISBN 0691112975
... a German biologist and philosopher who popularized Charles Darwin's work in Germany . Haeckel was a physician and later a professor of comparative
anatomy . He was one of the first to consider psychology as a branch of physiology . He also proposed many now ubiquitous terms including " phylum ...
Evolutionary developmental biology
... the origin of novelty
4 Further reading
4.1 See also
During the 1980s and 1990s more comparative
molecular sequence data between different kinds of organisms has been amassed and detailed understanding of the molecular basis of the ...
... doctor, who gave his name to several physiological features. He was pioneer in using a microscope and he has also been described as a founder of comparative
physiology and microscopic anatomy .
Malpighi was born in Crevalcore (Cavalcuore ), Italy , raised on the farm his parents owned and entered the ...