functional anatomy

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functional anatomy

[′fəŋk·shə·nəl ə′nad·ə·mē]
(anatomy)
The study of the human body and its parts with emphasis on those features that are directly involved in physiological function.
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Craniofacial Morphophysiology Subject area dedicated to the study, diagnosis and research of normal morphological and functional patterns of the structures of the craniofacial and cervical segment related to the orofacial functions of sucking, breathing, chewing, swallowing and speaking.
The work was carried out in the correlation of laboratory experimentation and Morphophysiology and Histopathology of the Graduate School of Veterinary Medicine and Zootecnia of the Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogota DC, approx.
The study was performed at the Veterinary Anatomy lab of the Institute of Pharmacology and Morphophysiology, Faculty of Veterinary Science at Austral University of Chile (UACh).
Nevertheless, the morphophysiology of the used algae (Figure 1) suggests the difference in the TSPs yields obtained, and the values found were generally similar when compared to those obtained by Rodrigues et al.
Some authors proposed a new classification of ruminants based on digestive morphophysiology only types: species of 'cattle-type' or 'moose-type' physiology (Clauss et al., 2010a; Dittmann et al., 2015).
Fish liver samples were also collected infected with nematodes and processed in the Morphophysiology Laboratory of the Agricultural Sciences Faculty from the Federal University of Grande Dourados.
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