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Leonardo da vinci biology
Leonardo da vinci biology
Leonardo da vinci biology
Leonardo da vinci biology
Leonardo da vinci biology
Leonardo da vinci biology
Leonardo da vinci biology
Leonardo da vinci biology
Leonardo da vinci biology
Leonardo da vinci biology
Leonardo da vinci biology
Leonardo da vinci biology
Leonardo da vinci biology
Leonardo da vinci biology
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Leonardo da vinci biology

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  • 1. LEONARDO DA VINCIBI O LO GY
  • 2. INTRODUCTION BI R T 145 H : on-Who was Leonardo da 2 t Flor in Vinc he 15th enc Vinci ? e(pr i, Repub of Apri esen l l, t-da ic of D EA y I ta-When and where was 151 TH: 9 (a on the ly) Leonardo born?When and Amb ge oise d 67) , Ki n 2nd of M ay, where did he die? gdo mo f Fra n ce-What time period did Leonardo da Vinci live in?-What were Leonardo da Vinci contributions and their impact?
  • 3. What was the knowledge about human anatomy until the time of Leonardo? And during da Vinci time?
  • 4. ANATOMY RESEARCH-What methods did da Vinci use to make his anatomy studies?
  • 5. -Why have not Leonardo drawings been exposed until recently?
  • 6. -What conclusions did Leonardo get from his anatomical studies?
  • 7. ANATOMICAL DRAWINGSOF LEONARDO: A COMPARISONWITH NOWADAYS KNOWLEDGE
  • 8. THE HEART
  • 9. A FOETUS IN THE WOMB
  • 10. THE FEMALEREPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
  • 11. THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM
  • 12. THE SKULL
  • 13. THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
  • 14. Leonardo was a genius in all fields and although it was one of the most original and insightful anatomists of all times, and while his paintings were widely known, only a few friends and colleagues had some knowledge of the depth of his medical research.
  • 15. THE END By: Celia Antón, Celia Latorre and Ana Utrillas

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