Bob's Cat Dissection Web Site
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Bobís Cat Dissection Home Page

I have dissected and digitally photographed a number of preserved cats, and taken those digital images and added label lines and letters to the various structures relevant to human anatomy and physiology laboratory. There are 36 images in all, most of which have structures from more than one organ system labeled. On this site, you have a few options as to how to view these photos:

By clicking on the Screen Images button on the left of this page, you will be taken to a page that allows you to choose from a whole bunch of screen-sized images that you can view organized by organ system. Most of these images are 640 x 480. On each image, the title at the top of the page will indicate the organ system and image #, either without answers or with answers. Each image will include circled label letters that indicate structures relevant to the organ system selected. The "without answers" images will not have their structures identified, and the "with answers" images will contain the names of the structures. You can toggle between the two, or move to other images via buttons that are pretty self-explanatory. This is a handy way to study, but you can't get a whole lot of detail from a screen image.

By clicking on the Full Size Gallery to the left, you will be taken to a page that allows you to download any of the full size images (most of them are 4MP) to save to your hard drive. To accomplish this in a Windows based system, Right Click on the image and choose "Save Picture As" and choose where you would like the image saved. Alternately, when any image is displayed (including screen shots) and the cursor is on the image field, a small rectangle appears in the corner of the screen with icons that allow you to print, save, etc.. I apologize to Mac users, as I can't tell you how to download the full sized files at this time. If there are any Mac users out there who know a way to do this please let me know (bucella@niagaracc.suny.edu) and I will update the site.

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