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Veterinary - Anatomy: Journals

This guide provides a list of resources on the topic of veterinary anatomy

Below is a curated list of resources specific to veterinary anatomy. Follow this link for a complete list of veterinary anatomy holdings in the catalog: veterinary anatomy.

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Journals

Anatomia, Histologia, Embryologia

Print: 1972 to present; Full Text online: 1997 to present

Anatomia, Histologia, Embryologia is a premier international forum for the latest research on descriptive, applied and clinical anatomy, histology, embryology, and related fields. Special emphasis is placed on the links between animal morphology and veterinary and experimental medicine, consequently studies on clinically relevant species will be given priority. The editors welcome papers on medical imaging and anatomical techniques. The journal is of vital interest to clinicians, zoologists, obstetricians, and researchers working in biotechnology. Contributions include reviews, original research articles, short communications and book reviews.

The Anatomical Record

Print: 1971-1995; Full Text Online: 1996 to present

The Journal publishes new discoveries in the morphological aspects of molecular, cellular, developmental, evolutionary, and systems biology. The Journal focuses on major new integrative, multidisciplinary findings in the structural and functional consequences of gene disruption, activation, or over expression upon cell, tissue, or organ architecture.

International Journal of Veterinary Science

Full Text Online: 2012 to present

International Journal of Veterinary Science (IJVS) is an online international peer reviewed open access journal which publishes original research papers. Its scope is broad and international, covering a wide range of research areas including: anatomy, biochemistry, biotechnology, clinical medicine and surgery, Theriogenology, physiology, pharmacology,  pathology, microbiology and immunology, parasitology, epidemiology, breeding and genetic, feed and nutrition, wild life, animal products and their processing.

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