During six months in Europe and Great Britain inquiry was made at 35 universities as to the status of vertebrate comparative anatomy and embryology in undergraduate curricula. People directly involved in teaching these courses were interviewed. Wide variation in programs was found, with evidence of a de-emphasis of morphology in many institutions.
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Goellner, Karl E.
"Notes on the Status and Teaching of Vertebrate Comparative Anatomy and Embryology in European Universities,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 73(1), 361-373.
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