But for the real student of osteology the separated bones, as a rule, are far more valuable than those which are connected.
Why is it that the students of osteology are so few in number?
Now the osteology of Daubenton and Camper was the osteology that Blumenbach found when he took up the subject.
To be sure, and such is the osteology of the most amorous intent.
He didn't seem, however, to have any such passion for osteology.
We have already noted how much superior was his osteology to that of Mundinus.
The attachments of the muscles to the bones, in the section on osteology, are also shown in coloured outline.
As he spoke he watched the doctor curiously while he inspected the specimens of osteology in the oak chest.
The osteology and the thigh musculature; their bearing on classification and phylogeny.
And yet it is points like these which, in my opinion, make up the true science of osteology.
osteology os·te·ol·o·gy (ŏs'tē-ŏl'ə-jē)
The branch of anatomy that deals with the structure and function of bones.