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Articles on Animal Anatomy, also called zootomy, includes studies on the internal structures of animals

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Increased hemorrhagic transformation and altered infarct size and localization after experimental stroke in a rat model of type 2 diabetes
Interruption of flow through of cerebral blood vessels results in acute ischemic stroke.

Date: 29 Oct 2007, Rating: not rated, 8 pages

Real-time phase-contrast x-ray imaging: a new technique for the study of animal form and function
Synchrotron x-ray phase contrast imaging was evaluated to visualize the internal physiology of small living animals on a scale from millimeters to microns.

Date: 11 May 2007, Rating: not rated, 10 pages

Swim Bladder Ideas, Anatomy and Images
Air Bladders In Goldfish and Swim Bladder Disease

Date: 10 May 2007, Rating: 4.00

MRI best tool for studying intricate nerves in dogs
A study presents the first description of the anatomy of a dog's cranial nerves a once difficult procedure now made possible by using magnetic resonance imaging as a diagnostic modality.

Date: 10 May 2007, Rating: not rated

Researchers develop MRI technique to study brain anatomy in invertebrates
Scientists have for the first time used a form of magnetic resonance imaging to reveal anatomical features of the nervous system in a live crayfish, a crustacean whose brain measures only 3 millimeters wide.

Date: 10 May 2007, Rating: not rated

Anatomy Of A Bloodsucker
Don't dismiss the tenacity of mosquitoes. They make up a massive army that has survived millennia through adaptation and sheer numbers.

Date: 20 Sep 2006, Rating: 1.00

Don't call it fur! After Combing The Scientific Literature, Researchers Conclude Head Hair And Fur Aren't The Same
Researchers argue that hair on the head is somehow different from fur...

Date: 3 Aug 2006, Rating: 10.00

Blood Vessels Hold Key To Thicker Hair Growth
Researchers have been able to grow hair faster and thicker on mice thanks to a protein that promotes blood vessel growth in their skin.

Date: 3 Aug 2006, Rating: 10.00

Fibers and multicellular life
Cells, which are the tiny units of live organisms, contain fibers. They secrete fibers and lay them in the matrix around which binds many cells together or helps hold the masses of cells together. Fibers thus make multicellularity possible.

Date: 26 Jun 2006, Rating: 2.50