The branch of anatomy that deals with the structure and function of bones.
The life cycle of a single organism; biological development of the individual
The branch of medicine that deals with the causes or origins of disease.
The size, shape, and structure of an organism or one of its parts. Biologists usually describe the morphology of an organism separately from its physiology. In traditional systems of taxonomy, classifications were based on the morphological characteristics of organisms. However, a method of classification based purely on morphology runs the risk of grouping together organisms that are actually relatively unrelated but have evolved similar features. In more modern systems of taxonomy, the genetic similarity of organisms, studied through the methods of molecular biology, is considered in addition to morphology when establishing taxa.
A treatise on this science.
Flesh is defined as the soft tissue between the body's skin and bones, or the soft part of a fruit or vegetable that's usually able to be eaten.
(Obsolete) Shape; form.
A desirable form:
(--- Mathematics) A geometric form consisting of any combination of points, lines, or planes:
The way a thing is built or shaped; form or figure
(Hinduism) The soma juice, capitalized usually when mentioned in personified, deified form.
Something which supports. Often used attributively, as a complement or supplement to.
A program or policy stipulating a service or benefit:
A preliminary draft or plan, as of a project or proposal.
Anything having real or material substance or form; any physical or perceptible object
The conclusion reached by such analysis.
The structure, function, and behavior of an organism or type of organism.
Something that serves as a remedy or corrective:
The shape and structure of an object:
The structure, constitution, strength, form, or appearance of the body
The definition of a carcass is a dead body, especially one of an animal that has been consumed or dressed for consumption.
A separation into parts; analysis
A jump in ballet in which the feet meet together in midair and then land together on the floor.
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