can i do msc anatomy after bsc microbiology
Ideally to study a subject in your Master's you should have studied that subject in your Bachelor's degree. But B.Sc Microbiology doesn't have Anatomy as a subject and so unfortunately you cannot study your PG in Anatomy with a Bachelor's degree in Microbiology.
can i do msc anatomy after msc microbiology?
B.Sc Microbiology has subjects like Bio Informatics, Bio Statistics, Chemistry, Bio Physics, Cell Structure, Microbial Growth and reproduction, Tissue culture and Virology. It doesn't have Anatomy. M.Sc means you should study the subject in your B.Sc and you are specialising in that subject. You can pick one of the subjects that you studied in your B.Sc to study M.Sc.
if i got supply in 1st year in anatomy and get pass so can i give aiims pg
if you clear the supplementary exam and have no current backlog at the time of appearing in the exam, you may surely apply for aiims pg exam. backlog does not matter in future course, if you have cleared it in due time.
hope you may understand,
can i apply for msc anatomy in rajasthan university after bsc radiology ????
In order to be eligible for M.Sc anatomy one must have passed BSc with at least one subject of Biological Sciences or BAMS or MBBS or BHMS or BPT or BPharm or any other professional graduates from a recognized University.
I hope this helps.
i finished bsc anatomy whats my code for applying neet
You can apply for Code- 6, It specifies- Any aspirant who have passed B.Sc. examination with not less than two subjects which includes Biology/Biotechnology, Physics and Chemistry can choose qualification code 6 as their eligibility code. You can also prefer the below given link for NEET qualifying codes.
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anatomy of Facial nerve and its supply
Anatomy of Facial Nerve :- The facial nerve, CN VII, is the seventh paired cranial nerve. The course(path) of the facial nerve is very complex. There are many branches, which transmit a combination of sensory, motor and parasympathetic fibres. In this Anatomically the course(path) of facial nerve can be divided into two parts
1. Intercranial :- The course of the nerve through cranium and cranial cavity.
2. Extracranial :- The course of the nerve outside the cranium through the face and neck.
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what is the difference between anatomy and physiology
I would like to explain the difference between anatomy and physiology.
The word anatomy means structure , while physiology refers to function '.
Anatomy is the concept that deals with the study of structure like muscles, bones and interior organs of the body. It is the kind of static research.
Physiology is the concepts that deal with the study of functions of different organs like digestion, respiration, reproduction, osmoregulation.
Anatomy is important in the understanding of the anatomy of a living organism is vital to know about every part of the body.
Physiology is important in the understanding of the physiology of a living organism is essential to know the function of every organ of the body.
Another difference is,
Anatomy deals with the body's structure, different parts like cells, tissues, organs and organ system, etc.
Physiology deals with the working of the body's part and their specific roles.
I would like to give one example so that you can understand the difference between anatomy and physiology,
Anatomy of the heart means, the structure of the heart, its chambers, arteries, veins, the valves, etc.
And, Physiology means how the pumping of the blood is done by heart.
I hope you understand the difference between anatomy and physiology.
All the best.
sir , are frogs and earthworms anatomy gonna come in neet 2020?
It is found that questions have been asked from frog's anatomy but till now they haven't asked questions from earthworm.But the fact is that this year AIIMS is also included in NEET so there is possibility that they can ask questions from earthworm too so it's better to read than to escape after all every single question is important.
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Sir, I have done bsc in Anesthesia technology can I do masters in anatomy, biochemistry or any other subjects
Sameer, technically to pursue a particular subject as specialisation in your Masters, you should have studied that subject in you Bachelors. Based on this rule, you can pursue your Masters in Anatomy, Physiology, Pharmacology, Microbiology and Anaesthesiology. You can also study M.Sc in BioChemistry as you had Microbiology as one of your subjects in your Bachelors.