Animal anatomy is an important basic course required for majors such as animal science, animal medicine, animal and plant quarantine, and grassland science. Animal anatomy will systematically describe some common domestic animals (pigs, horses, cattle, sheep) and poultry (chickens, ducks, geese, pigeons) in life, which organs are made of their bodies, and the shapes of these organs. The structure, color, location, etc. lay the foundation for us to understand their life activities, material metabolism, and unique behaviors. It also helps us raise these animals and provide people with better meat, eggs, milk and other products. solid foundation.
The pig head and neck muscle vascular nerve plastinated specimen provided by Meiwo for animal anatomy research and veterinary teaching. This specimen uses plastination process, clean and non-toxic, and completely retains the muscles, blood vessels, nerves and other structures of the pig’s head and neck. It is convenient students learn and practice in class to understand the shape and location of their organs.