The value of the domestic cat as an object of dissection in work introductory to comparative anatomy in general and to mammalian anatomy in particular, makes it important that our knowledge of this form should be as exact as possible.
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Norris, H. W.
"The Carotid Arteries and Their Relation to the Circle of Willis in the Cat,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 13(1), 251-255.
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