Anatomy, Biology

Anatomy: Anatomy (from Greek words anatomia which means separate and temnein which means to cut open) is a branch of biology and which deals with the study of internal organization of living organisms. It includes human anatomy, animal anatomy (also known as zootomy) and plant anatomy (also known as phytotomy).

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