Anatomical (adjective)

Relating to the structure of living things, especially the bodies of animals and plants.

Origin:

Late 16th century: via latin from greek anatomikos, from anatome "dissection", from ana- "up" + tome "a cutting".

Examples:

  1. An anatomical study of the human body is essential for understanding its functions and systems.
  2. The anatomical model was used to teach students about the different parts and structures of the human body.
  3. Anatomical illustrations are used to show the different parts and systems of an organism.
  4. The anatomical differences between humans and other primates are the result of millions of years of evolution.
  5. An anatomical knowledge of the heart and circulatory system is important for understanding heart disease and its treatment.
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