Talk:Glossary of terms
These templates are used on pages where a list of terms would be useful in understanding the page topic. Note the descriptions may be the same or differ from the glossary description. Format is as a bullet point list, term in bold separated by a hyphen to the term acronym or Greek/Latin root enclosed in brackets, then a brief description. Links to images or other pages my be shown after this or embedded in the description.
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The original embryology site glossary of terms. Note the entire website and all entries in this glossary ceased to be updated in 2009 and has since been deleted.
Original Histology Glossary
- Glossary of Histological and Micro-Anatomical terms (including historical origins and eponyms) compiled by Dr Brian Freeman, Department of Anatomy, School of Medical Sciences, revised 2000.
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