Rat anatomy, Female, Pointer to vulva and clitoris, (side/lateral view)
Rat anatomy, Female, Pointer to vulva and clitoris, (side/lateral view). Rat dissection stills taken from FARID (Functional Anatomy of the Rat [Interactive Dissection]). This resource was authored by Megan Quentin-Baxter and David Dewhurst, with Graham Irving and Stephen Mera at Leeds Metropolitan University.
Author(s): Megan Quentin-Baxter, Newcastle University

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Rat anatomy, Male, Dorsal view of whole rat on bench insitu, (side/lateral view)
Rat anatomy, Male, Dorsal view of whole rat on bench insitu, (side/lateral view). Rat dissection stills taken from FARID (Functional Anatomy of the Rat [Interactive Dissection]). This resource was authored by Megan Quentin-Baxter and David Dewhurst, with Graham Irving and Stephen Mera at Leeds Metropolitan University.
Author(s): Megan Quentin-Baxter, Newcastle University

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Rat anatomy, Male, Dorsal view of whole rat on bench insitu 3, (direct/above view)
Rat anatomy, Male, Dorsal view of whole rat on bench insitu 3, (direct/above view). Rat dissection stills taken from FARID (Functional Anatomy of the Rat [Interactive Dissection]). This resource was authored by Megan Quentin-Baxter and David Dewhurst, with Graham Irving and Stephen Mera at Leeds Metropolitan University.
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Rat anatomy, Male, Ventral view of rat (Hooded Lister) on bench insitu, (side/lateral view)
Rat anatomy, Male, Ventral view of rat (Hooded Lister) on bench insitu, (side/lateral view). Rat dissection stills taken from FARID (Functional Anatomy of the Rat [Interactive Dissection]). This resource was authored by Megan Quentin-Baxter and David Dewhurst, with Graham Irving and Stephen Mera at Leeds Metropolitan University.
Author(s): Megan Quentin-Baxter, Newcastle University

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Rat anatomy, Female, Pointer to incisors, (side/lateral view)
Rat anatomy, Female, Pointer to incisors, (side/lateral view). Rat dissection stills taken from FARID (Functional Anatomy of the Rat [Interactive Dissection]). This resource was authored by Megan Quentin-Baxter and David Dewhurst, with Graham Irving and Stephen Mera at Leeds Metropolitan University.
Author(s): Megan Quentin-Baxter, Newcastle University

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Rat anatomy, Female, Pointer to mouth, incisors 3, (direct/above view)
Rat anatomy, Female, Pointer to mouth, incisors 3, (direct/above view). Rat dissection stills taken from FARID (Functional Anatomy of the Rat [Interactive Dissection]). This resource was authored by Megan Quentin-Baxter and David Dewhurst, with Graham Irving and Stephen Mera at Leeds Metropolitan University.
Author(s): Megan Quentin-Baxter, Newcastle University

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Rat anatomy, Female, Whole rat - side view of head; pointer to vibrissae, (direct/above view)
Rat anatomy, Female, Whole rat - side view of head; pointer to vibrissae, (direct/above view). Rat dissection stills taken from FARID (Functional Anatomy of the Rat [Interactive Dissection]). This resource was authored by Megan Quentin-Baxter and David Dewhurst, with Graham Irving and Stephen Mera at Leeds Metropolitan University.
Author(s): Megan Quentin-Baxter, Newcastle University

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Rat anatomy, Either male or female, check alertness - pinching forepaw, (side/lateral view)
Rat anatomy, Either male or female, check alertness - pinching forepaw, (side/lateral view). Rat dissection stills taken from FARID (Functional Anatomy of the Rat [Interactive Dissection]). This resource was authored by Megan Quentin-Baxter and David Dewhurst, with Graham Irving and Stephen Mera at Leeds Metropolitan University.
Author(s): Megan Quentin-Baxter, Newcastle University

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Rat anatomy, Either male or female, GI smile with rat 3, (direct/above view)
Rat anatomy, Either male or female, GI smile with rat 3, (direct/above view). Rat dissection stills taken from FARID (Functional Anatomy of the Rat [Interactive Dissection]). This resource was authored by Megan Quentin-Baxter and David Dewhurst, with Graham Irving and Stephen Mera at Leeds Metropolitan University.
Author(s): Megan Quentin-Baxter, Newcastle University

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Virtual Educational Resource for the Biosciences (VERB) - Eutherians
VERB is an online animal diversity resource designed to accompany undergraduate degrees in the Biosciences. In this package, entitled VERB Eutherians, the groups discussed are the living placental mammals. Contained are a series of web pages outlining the diversity of the eutherians from an evolutionary perspective. The topics of focus are phylogeny (evolutionary history) and functional anatomy, but subjects as wide as genetics, ecology, physiology, and developmental biology are discussed where
Author(s): Dr Helen Chatterjee, UCL

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'It's my body and I'll do what I Like with it' Bodies as possessions and objects
We commonly use the language of body ownership as a way of claiming personal rights, though we do not normally mean it literally. Most people feel uneasy about markets in sexual or reproductive services, and though there is a substantial global trade in body tissues, the illicit trade in live human organs is widely condemned. But what, if any, is the problem with treating bodies as resources and/or possessions? Is there something about the body that makes it particularly inappropriate to apply t
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Histology, urethra ts x10, (direct/above view)
Histology, urethra ts x10, (direct/above view). Rat dissection stills taken from FARID (Functional Anatomy of the Rat [Interactive Dissection]). This resource was authored by Megan Quentin-Baxter and David Dewhurst, with Graham Irving and Stephen Mera at Leeds Metropolitan University.
Author(s): Megan Quentin-Baxter, Newcastle University

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Rat anatomy, Either male or female, Pointer lifting right auricle of heart, (side/lateral view)
Rat anatomy, Either male or female, Pointer lifting right auricle of heart, (side/lateral view). Rat dissection stills taken from FARID (Functional Anatomy of the Rat [Interactive Dissection]). This resource was authored by Megan Quentin-Baxter and David Dewhurst, with Graham Irving and Stephen Mera at Leeds Metropolitan University.
Author(s): Megan Quentin-Baxter, Newcastle University

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Rat dissection
Rat dissection video. This video is taken from FARID (Functional Anatomy of the Rat [Interactive Dissection]). This resource was authored by Megan Quentin-Baxter and David Dewhurst, with Graham Irving and Stephen Mera.
Author(s): Megan Quentin-Baxter

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Rat dissection - frame stills
Rat dissection frame stills taken from FARID (Functional Anatomy of the Rat [Interactive Dissection]). This resource was authored by Megan Quentin-Baxter and David Dewhurst, with Graham Irving and Stephen Mera.
Author(s): Megan Quentin-Baxter

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Rat dissection - abdomen stills
Rat dissection stills of the abdomen taken from FARID (Functional Anatomy of the Rat [Interactive Dissection]). This resource was authored by Megan Quentin-Baxter and David Dewhurst, with Graham Irving and Stephen Mera.
Author(s): Megan Quentin-Baxter

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Rat dissection - throat stills
Rat dissection stills of the throat taken from FARID (Functional Anatomy of the Rat [Interactive Dissection]). This resource was authored by Megan Quentin-Baxter and David Dewhurst, with Graham Irving and Stephen Mera.
Author(s): Megan Quentin-Baxter

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Canine Radiographs
The program is a reference resource which improves on gross anatomy knowledge and familiarises users with normal radiographic anatomy. It provides clear and practical tuition through the use of radiographic images. These are accompanied by informative text and an image of the animal in position to help in understanding how the picture was taken.
Author(s): David Kilroy (RVC),Stephen Frean (RVC),Christopher

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Gut functions and control
This topic begins with an interactive animation detailing the anatomy of the digestive tract. The general structure of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract is described and supported by a diagram showing the layers of the tract wall. Another animation demonstrating peristalsis is included and the three phases of swallowing are described.
Author(s): St George's, University of London,Prof Paul Andrew

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"What them old bones can teach us"
This document contains activities for tutors to offer to students. These activities develop from the basic understanding of the ethical handling of human bone remains and develop through to the understanding of skeletal anatomy. As the activities develop, the role of foresnsic pathology of skeletal remains is examined. There are also basic activities to introduce the concepts of archaeology and context of the materials recovered in an archaeologial setting.
Author(s): Professor John Cassella

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