The Anatomical Record
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About the Journal
The Anatomical Record (Anat. Rec.) is a peer-reviewed scientific journal covering anatomy. It was established by the American Association of Anatomists in 1906 and is published by John Wiley & Sons.
Editors: 1906-Feb. 1908, C. R. Bardeen and others; May 1908-Mar. 1921, I. Hardesty and others, Apr. 1921-May 1928, J. L. Bremer; June 1928- E. A. Boyden and others
Current Editor: Kurt H. Albertine
ISO 4: Anat. Rec Discipline: Anatomy LCCN: 2006215058 OCLC number: 70853202 Impact factor: 1.373 (2017)
No. 1. November 24, 1906.
Volume 1 - 1906 Announcements
The American Journal of Anatomy will set aside a few pages in each number to form a special section under the heading " Anatomical Record." The Record, as the term implies, will contain brief preliminary reports ; short reviews or estimates of really noteworthy publications ; critical notes on topics of iterest to anatomists; concise statements of courses, laboratory plans and events, appointments, etc.; and occasional brief notes on Technique. It should develop into something more than a mere perfunctory collection of news items, and it is hoped that favorable notice of a publication in these pages will come to be regarded as an honor. The Journal would aid in directing attention to problems affecting the development of the science of Anatomy, the organization for teaching it, and its relations with other branches. While not attempting to dictate, the Journal may well be useful in assisting the forming of opinion by serving as a medium of expression for all well-considered views on anatomical matters.
While contributions are thus sought, it will be necessary to insist that all material for the Record be prepared with special care, and submitted in final and finished form.
H. McE. Knower.
Volume 1 - 1906-08
Mall FP. The collection of human embryos at the Johns Hopkins University. (1907) Anat. Rec. 1: 1 - 23.
Volume 2 - 1908
- Bardeen CR. Vertebral regional determination in young human embryos. (1908) Amer. J Anat. 2: 99 - 105.
- Evans HM. On an instance of two subclavian arteries of the early arm bud of man and its fundamental significance. (1908) Anat. Rec.
- Huntington GS. The genetic interpretation of the development of the mammalian lymphatic system. (1908) Anat. Rec. 2: 19-45.
- Huntington GS. and McClure CFW. The anatomy and development of the jugular lymph sacs in the domestic cat (1908) Anat. Rec. 2: 1-
- Ingalls NW. A contribution to the embryology of the liver and vascular system in man. (1908) Anat. Rec. 2: 338–344.
- Mall FP. Normal plates of the development of vertebrates. Anat. Rec, (1908).
- Sabin FR. Further evidence on the origin of the lymphatic endothelium from the endothelium of the blood vascular system. (1908) Anat. Rec. 2: 46-55.
- Streeter GL. The nuclei of origin of the cranial nerves in the 10 mm human embryo. (1908) Amer. J Anat. 2:111 - 115.
Volume 3 - 1909
- Symposium on Experimental Embryology
- Jordan HE. Description of a 5 mm human embryo. (1909) Anat. Rec. 3: 204-211.
- Essick CR. On the embryology of the corpus ponto-bulbare and its relation to the development of the pons (1909) Anat. Rec. 3: 254-256.
- Coulter CB. The early development of the aortic arches of the cat, with especial reference to the presence of a fifth arch. (1909) Anat. Rec. 3: 578-691.
Volume 4 - 1910
- Landacre FL. The origin of the sensory components of the cranial ganglia. (1910) Anat. Rec. 4(2): 71-.
- Jordan HE. A further study of the human umbilical vesicle. (1910) Anat. Rec. 67(4): 4(9): 342-353.
- Johnston JB. The evolution of the cerebral cortex. (1910) Anat. Rec. 4: 143.
- Lewis WH. The relation of the myotomes to the ventrolateral musculature and to the anterior limbs in amblystoma. (1910) Anat. Rec. 4(5): 183-.
- Lewis WH. Localization and regeneration in the neural plate of amphibian embryos. (1910) Anat. Rec. 4(5): 191-.
- Schaeffer JP. On the genesis of air cells in the conchae nasales. (1910) Anat. Rec. 4(5): 167-178.
Volume 6 - 1912
Arnold L. Adult human ovaries with follicles containing several oocytes. (1912) Anat. Rec. 6(11): 423-438.
Bayon H. A model demonstrating the changes in position and peritoneal relations of abdominal viscera during development. (1912) Anat. Rec. 6(11): 439-444.
Clark EL. General observations on early superficial lymphatics in living chick embryos. (1912) Anat. Rec. 6: 249-254.
Clark ER. and Clark EL. Observations on the development of the earliest lymphatics in the region of the posterior lymph heart in living chick embryos. (1912) Anat. Rec. 6: 255-262.
Clark EL. Injection and reconstruction of the jugular lymph "sac" in the chick. (1912) Anat. Rec. 6: 263-.
Volume 7 - 1913
McClendon JF. Preparation of material for histology and embryology, with an appendix on the arteries and veins in a thirty millimeter pig embryo. (1913) Anat. Rec. 7(2): 51-62.
Huber GC. and Curtis GM. The morphology of the seminiferous tubules of Mammalia. (1913) Anat. Rec. 7(6): 207-.
Volume 8 - 1914
Hoskins EK. On the vascularization of the spinal cord of the pig. (1914) Anat. Rec. 8(7): 371 - 392.
Volume 9 - 1915
Eggerth AH. On the anlage of the bulbo-urethral (Cowper’s) and major vestibular (Bartholin’s) glands in the human embryo. (1915) Anat. Rec. 9(2): 191-206.
Volume 10 - 1915-16
Atwell WJ. The relation of the chorda dorsalis to the entodermal component of the hypophysis. (1915) Anat. Rec. 10(1): 19-42.
Squier TL. On the development of the pulmonary circulation in the chick. (1916) Anat. Rec. 10(6): 425- 446.
Scammon RE. On the development of the biliary system in animals lacking a gall-bladder in post-natal life. (1916) Anat. Rec. 10(8): 543
Volume 11 - 1917
Volume 12 - 1917
Volume 13 - 1917
Volume 14 - 1918
Volume 15 - 1918-19
- Scammon RE. and Norris EH. On the time of the post-natal obliteration of the fetal blood-passages (foramen ovale, ductus arteriosus, ductus venosus). (1918) Anat. Rec. 15(4): 166-180.
Volume 16 - 1919
Volume 19 - 1920
Volume 21-22 - 1921
Yoshinaga T. A contribution to the early development of the heart in mammalia, with special reference to the guinea pig. (1921) Anat. Rec. 21(3): 239-308.
Volume 23-24 - 1922
Volume 28 - 1924
Volume 89 - 1940
Volume 93 - 1945
Weiss PB. The normal stages in the development of the South African clawed toad, Xenopus laevis. (1945) Anat. Rec. 93: 161-9. PMID 21003320
Volume 95 - 1946
Volume 94 - 1946
PATTEN BM. (1946). Embryological stages in the development of spina bifida and myeloschisis. Anat. Rec. , 94, 487. PMID: 21020613
Patten BM. Embryological stages in the development of spina bifida and myeloschisis. (1953) Amer. J Anat. 93(3): 365-395. PMID 13104337
Volume 96 - 1946
ADAMS AE. (1946). The effect of injections of diethylstilbestrol on adult female newts. Anat. Rec. , 96, 575. PMID: 20341467
KENT GC & WEATHERSBY H. (1946). Mating and the estrous smear picture in the golden hamster. Anat. Rec. , 96, 570. PMID: 20341463
Volume 101 - 1948
ELIAS H. (1948). On the phylogeny of the mammalian hair. Anat. Rec. , 101, 675. PMID: 18882460
Volume 111 - 1951
Volume 113 - 1952
Volume 145 - 1963
Allan FD. Observations on the organizer areas of the human pre-somite embryo. (1963) Anat. Rec. 145: 199.
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