The development of a toad, image 3.

Toad

The development of a toad, image 3.

The development of a toad, image 4.

Toad

The development of a toad, image 4.

The development of a toad, image 5.

Toad

The development of a toad, image 5.

An illustration of a human toes.

Toes

An illustration of a human toes.

<em>A</em>, epiglottis; <em>B</em>, glands at the base of tongue; <em>C</em>, tonsil; The various kinds of papillae are plainly shown." &mdash; Blaisedell, 1904

Tongue

A, epiglottis; B, glands at the base of tongue; C, tonsil; The various kinds…

"Larynx, Trachea, and the Bronchi. (Front view.) <em>A</em>, epiglottis; <em>B</em>, thyroid cartilage; <em>C</em>, cricothyroid membrane, connecting with the cricoid cartilage below, all forming the larynx; <em>D</em>, rings of the trachea." &mdash; Blaisedell, 1904

Trachea

"Larynx, Trachea, and the Bronchi. (Front view.) A, epiglottis; B, thyroid cartilage;…

"The <em>trachea</em> has in its walls stiff rings of cartilage that hold it open so that the air can pass freely through it to and from the lungs. At its base the trachea divides and sends a great branch to each lung." &mdash; Ritchie, 1918

Trachea and lungs

"The trachea has in its walls stiff rings of cartilage that hold it open so that the air can…

"A small bronchial tube and the air sacs in which it ends." &mdash; Ritchie, 1918

Bronchial tube

"A small bronchial tube and the air sacs in which it ends." — Ritchie, 1918

A pair of tweezers used for dissection.

Tweezers

A pair of tweezers used for dissection.

"The <em>ulna</em>, or elbow bone, is the larger of these two bones. It is joined to the humerus by a hinge joint at the elbow. It is on the same side as the little finger. The <em>radius</em>, queerly named because it is supposed to resemble one of the spokes of a wheel, is the long, slightly curved, outer bone fo the forearm. It is on the same side as the thumb. Its upper end is fastened both to the ulna and the humerus." — Blaisedell, 1904

Ulna and Radius

"The ulna, or elbow bone, is the larger of these two bones. It is joined to the humerus by…

In human anatomy, the ureters are muscular tubes that propel urine from the kidneys to the urinary bladder.

Transverse Section of Ureter

In human anatomy, the ureters are muscular tubes that propel urine from the kidneys to the urinary bladder.

"<em>A</em>, part of a vein laid open, with two pairs of valves; <em>B</em>, longitudinal section of a vein, showing the valves closed." &mdash; Blaisedell, 1904

Vein

"A, part of a vein laid open, with two pairs of valves; B, longitudinal section of…

"The Internal, or Long Saphenous, Vein of the Left Leg." &mdash; Blaisedell, 1904

Leg vein

"The Internal, or Long Saphenous, Vein of the Left Leg." — Blaisedell, 1904

"Chief veins and arteries of the body. a, place of the heart; the veins are in black. On the right side of the pictures the veins just under the skin oare shown and on the other side the deep vessels near the bones.. b, vessels to the lungs." &mdash;Davison, 1910

Veins and arteries

"Chief veins and arteries of the body. a, place of the heart; the veins are in black. On the right side…

A section of a human vertebra, showing structure.

Section of Vertebra

A section of a human vertebra, showing structure.

The vertebra of the whale. (c) body; (n n ) arches enclosing the spinal cord.

Whale vertebra

The vertebra of the whale. (c) body; (n n ) arches enclosing the spinal cord.

"Section of two lumbar vertebrae, showing ligaments."&mdash;Finley, 1917

Lumbar vertebrae

"Section of two lumbar vertebrae, showing ligaments."—Finley, 1917

"Ideal fore limb. H., Humerus; R., radius; U., ulna; r'., radiale; u'., ulnare; i., intermedium; c., centrale; 1-5, carpalia bearing the corresponding digits with metacarpals (mc.) and phalanges (ph)." -Thomson, 1916

Vertebrate Fore Limb

"Ideal fore limb. H., Humerus; R., radius; U., ulna; r'., radiale; u'., ulnare; i., intermedium; c.,…

"f., Femur; ti., tibia; fi., fibula; i., intermedium; t., tibiale (astragalus); f., fibulare (os calcis); c., centrale; 1-5, tarsalia bearing the corresponding digits with metatarsals (mt.) and phalanges (ph.)." -Thomson, 1916

Vertebrate Hind Limb

"f., Femur; ti., tibia; fi., fibula; i., intermedium; t., tibiale (astragalus); f., fibulare (os calcis);…

"Fore limbs of vertebrates showing similarity of structure. <em>A</em>, salamander; <em>B</em>, turtle; <em>C</em>, very young bird; <em>D</em>, adult bird; <em>E</em>, dog; <em>F</em>, man." &mdash; Davison, 1906

Forearms of vertebrates

"Fore limbs of vertebrates showing similarity of structure. A, salamander; B, turtle;…

"Ideal section, greatly enlarged, showing minute capillary circulations." &mdash;Brown, 1884

Villus

"Ideal section, greatly enlarged, showing minute capillary circulations." —Brown, 1884

"<em>A</em>, epiglottis; <em>B</em>, section of hyoid bone; <em>C</em>, false vocal cords which have nothing to do with the production of voice; <em>D</em>, oblong opening between the false and true vocal cords; <em>E</em>, true vocal cord;<em>F</em>, section of the thyroid cartilage; <em>H</em>, section of the anterior portion of the cricoid cartilage; <em>K</em>, trachea; <em>L</em>, section of the posterior portion of the cricoid cartilage; <em>M</em>, ladle-shaped cartilage." &mdash; Blaisedell, 1904

Vocal cords

"A, epiglottis; B, section of hyoid bone; C, false vocal cords which have…

"An expanded Alcyonarian Zooid, showing the mouth surrounded by eight pinnate tentacles. st, Stomodaeum in the center of the transparent body; m, mesenteries; asm, asulcar mesenteries; B, picules, enlarged." &mdash;Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Alcyonarian zooid

"An expanded Alcyonarian Zooid, showing the mouth surrounded by eight pinnate tentacles. st, Stomodaeum…