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    Diissection Book
  • Debbie
  • 03/27/2013
  • Great book. It is very helpful in teaching my niece to dissect and keeping her interested.
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  • Jessi
  • 02/01/2013
  • All in one book for many different specimens. Great !
    Clear Directions for Dissections
  • Jodi
  • 01/14/2012
  • This book offers clear directions and diagrams on how to dissect everything from an earthworm up to a fetal pig. You do have to learn some vocabulary, such as "posterior", but that's something that makes science exciting, getting "in the know". I would recommend this to high school students, but I think even a middle school student could do the dissections with adult help.

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    How to Dissect

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    By William Berman. A complete guide to dissection procedures.

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      How to Dissect

      By William Berman. A complete guide to dissection procedures! This manual provides instructions for how to dissect a crayfish, earthworm, grasshopper, clam, squid, starfish, dogfish shark, perch, frog, fetal pig, and flower. It also includes instructions for dissecting a pig (mammal) brain, heart, and eye. Each chapter includes special project ideas related to that specimen. Some evolutionary language in the introductory section for each specimen. 223 pp.

      Note: This book recommends keeping formaldehyde on-hand to help keep specimens preserved during lengthy dissections. This is unnecessary and we think a bad idea in general. Modern preserved specimens do not need anything added during the dissection process and formaldehyde is a poison and carcinogen that must be used with care. Just place your specimens in a sealed poly bag between dissections and add a little water if they are drying out.

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