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)

Links: Historic Embryology Papers | The Anatomical Record | Search Internet Archive


Anat. Rec.: 1 - 1906-08 | 2 - 1908 | 3 - 1909 | 4 - 1910 | 6 - 1912 | 7 - 1913 | 8 - 1914 | 9 - 1915 | 10 - 1915-16 | 11 - 1917 | 12 - 1917 | 13 - 1917 | 14 - 1918 | 15 - 1918-19 | 16 - 1919 | 19 - 1920 | 21-22 - 1921 | 23-24 - 1922
Links: Historic Embryology Papers
Other Historic Journals: Amer. J Anat. | Anat. Rec. | J Morphol. | J Anat.



Volume 1 - 1906-08

Anatomical Record 1 (1906-08)

https://archive.org/details/anatomicalrecord01bard/page/n6

Volume 2 - 1908

Anatomical Record 2 (1908)

https://archive.org/details/anatomicalrecord02bard/page/n6

Volume 3 - 1909

https://archive.org/details/anatomicalrecor03biolgoog/page/n4

Volume 4 - 1910

Anatomical Record 4 (1910)

https://archive.org/details/anatomicalrecor00biolgoog/page/n10

Volume 6 - 1912

Anatomical Record 6 (1912)

https://archive.org/details/anatomicalrecord06bard/page/n6

Volume 7 - 1913

Anatomical Record 7 (1913)

https://archive.org/details/anatomicalrecord07bard/page/n6

https://archive.org/details/anatomicalrecor06biolgoog/page/n8

Volume 8 - 1914

Anatomical Record 8 (1914)

https://archive.org/details/anatomicalrecord08bard/page/n6

Volume 9 - 1915

Anatomical Record 9 (1915)

https://archive.org/details/anatomicalrecord09bard/page/n6

Volume 10 - 1915-16

Anatomical Record 10 (1915-16)

https://archive.org/details/anatomicalrecor07biolgoog/page/n7

Volume 11 - 1917

Anatomical Record 11 (1917)

https://archive.org/details/anatomicalrecord11bard/page/n6

Volume 12 - 1917

Anatomical Record 12 (1917)

https://archive.org/details/anatomicalrecord12bard/page/n6

https://archive.org/details/anatomicalrecor04biolgoog/page/n6

Volume 13 - 1917

Anatomical Record 13 (1917)

https://archive.org/details/anatomicalrecord13bard/page/n6

Volume 14 - 1918

Anatomical Record 14 (1918)

https://archive.org/details/anatomicalrecord14bard/page/n6

Volume 15 - 1918-19

Anatomical Record 15 (1918-19)

https://archive.org/details/anatomicalrecord15bard/page/n6

Volume 16 - 1919

Anatomical Record 16 (1919)

https://archive.org/details/anatomicalrecord16bard/page/n6

Volume 19 - 1920

Anatomical Record 19 (1920)

https://archive.org/details/anatomicalrecor02biolgoog/page/n7

https://archive.org/details/anatomicalrecord19bard/page/n6

Volume 21-22 - 1921

Anatomical Record 21-22 (1921)

https://archive.org/details/anatomicalrecord21bard/page/n6

https://archive.org/details/anatomicalrecor01biolgoog/page/n9

Volume 23-24 - 1922

Anatomical Record 23-24 (1922)

https://archive.org/details/anatomicalrecord23amer/page/n6

https://archive.org/details/anatomicalrecor05biolgoog/page/n7

Volume 93 - 1945

KELLOGG M. (1945). The postnatal development of the oviduct of the rat. Anat. Rec. , 93, 377-97. PMID: 21009524 DOI.

WALDO CM & WIMSATT WA. (1945). The effect of colchicine on early cleavage of mouse ova. Anat. Rec. , 93, 363-73. PMID: 21009523 DOI.

HOOKER CW. (1945). A criterion of luteal activity in the mouse. Anat. Rec. , 93, 333-44. PMID: 21009520 DOI.

WEISZ PB. (1945). The normal stages in the development of the South African clawed toad, Xenopus laevis. Anat. Rec. , 93, 161-9. PMID: 21003320 DOI.

Volume 95 - 1946

PATTEN BM. (1946). Fusion of notochord to neural tube in a human embryo of the sixth week. Anat. Rec. , 95, 307-11. PMID: 20995923 DOI.



Volume 94 - 1946

PATTEN BM. (1946). Embryological stages in the development of spina bifida and myeloschisis. Anat. Rec. , 94, 487. PMID: 21020613

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

THOMPSON EL. (1951). Time and rate of loss of nuclei by the red blood cells of human embryos. Anat. Rec. , 111, 317-25. PMID: 12976705 DOI.

Volume 113 - 1952

PATTEN BM. (1952). Overgrowth of the neural tube in young human embryos. Anat. Rec. , 113, 381-93. PMID: 14943968 DOI.

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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