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Antebellum race scientists drew from writings on comparative anatomy in French, British, and German contexts, and also traveled outside of the United States in order to flesh out their necessarily global theories of the descent of the faces, Agassiz going to Brazil in the mid-1860s to compile data about black and indigenous populations there, and Morton's friends and followers ransacking the American West, Latin America, and Egypt for skulls that would help support craniology's hierarchal schema of the races.
Comparative anatomy of the Moraceae and their presumed allies.
Comparative anatomy of the vegetative organs of the Pteridophytes.
Meat, milk, and eggs are not biological necessities for the human diet--they were added long before the advent of nutritional science or the study of comparative anatomy and physiology.
In light of Leonardo's well-known concern with comparative anatomy, he may well have used his sculptural models of flayed horses for comparison with those he had made of flayed men.
Under the circumstances, Reverend Macfarlane takes to studying comparative anatomy and human skulls and reaches the conclusion that racial pollution results in debasement of the higher races.
Morelli, who studied comparative anatomy at the University of Monaco (1834-36), was the first art historian to have devised a "scientific" method for attributing works of art; he relied on precise visual analysis of morphological details of the human anatomy, namely ears and hands.
Leonardo compared the arms of men and monkeys and the legs of men and horses (Clark 1988), and by doing so became a pioneer in comparative anatomy.
Then the data from comparative anatomy, fossil descriptions and the known modes of reproduction among different organisms would have suggested natural selection as an explanation.
In addition to this commentary material, Albert added two books of comparative anatomy which do not correspond to any specific Aristotelian text.
According to comparative anatomy, we can say the four pieces of (skull) were some 500,000 to 1 million years old and belong to the same root that was discovered earlier in China and Java,'' Vadhana said.

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