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Home / Journals / Animal and Veterinary Sciences / Anatomy and Adaptation of Animal's Daily Life
Anatomy and Adaptation of Animal's Daily Life
Lead Guest Editor:
Mohamed A. A. Mahdy
Laboratory of Basic Veterinary Science, United Graduate School of Veterinary Science, Yamaguchi University, Tottori, Japan
Guest Editors
Satish Kumar Pathak
Veterinary Anatomy Section, Indian Veterinary Research Institute
Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh, India
El sayed Aly Metwally
Anatomy Department, Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria University
Alexandria, Egypt
Introduction
Anatomy is the study of structure and morphology. Every part of living animal has special structure which relate to its function. The surrounding environment affect the daily life of living animal which in turn reflected by adaptation of the animal to these environmental factors to fit this environment and for better life in this environment.

Knowledge of Anatomy is essential as a foundation to many aspects of animal health care. This knowledge will help us to understand the normal function and how disease and injury affect normal function, and in turn treatment can be designed to alleviate symptoms.

Aims and Scope:

1. Functional relation of different structures to surrounding environment
2. How the surrounding environment affects the structure of the animal body
3. Animal’s adaptation to environmental changes
4. How animals compete for changes in surrounding environment
5. How these adaptations improve animal’s life
6. Recent methods to study the relation between anatomy and adaptation to environment
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