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to separate into parts for study

Synonyms for dissect

cut open or cut apart

make a mathematical, chemical, or grammatical analysis of

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Dr Kashiwabuchi, the dissection teacher (played by Ittoku Kishibe) is addressing the class, emphasizing the need to thank the corpses for allowing the students to dissect them.
As in most gross anatomy labs, one cadaver is shared by several students so every student does not get to dissect during every lab period.
He said Lunenburg High School offers an alternative, but does not have enough of the alternatives to allow an entire class to elect not to dissect a real animal.
This being the basis for the selection of a learning strategy, DISSECT, a word identification strategy, developed at the University of Kansas Center for Research in Learning Disabilities in 1984 was selected.
4) Only 11 students in our study did not like to dissect because of allergic problems.
High-school students commonly dissect dead animals such as frogs to study anatomy (structure of living things).
The carts, created by A+ Technology Solutions, and funded by the Bronx Borough President's office, will allow teachers to dissect a single frog on top of a document camera, and project the entire anatomy onto a wall, TV or screen in full color.
The intent is for the engineers and teams to get these cameras and dissect them and analyze them and compare them against the film we already have,'' said NASA Johnson Space Center camera team leader Greg Della Longa.
The two dissect fashion, music, film and books including those by Shelby Steele and Shahrazad Ali.
To try to dissect the minds of the MPAA with regard to what is acceptable can be a black hole of inscrutable logic," says Dawn Hudson of the Independent Feature Project/Los Angeles, who says independent filmmakers have often been left out of the MPAA's decision process.
The dissection debate heated up this fall when a Baltimore County honors student refused to dissect a cat as part of her anatomy and physiology class.
To dissect this infamous machine and its impact on the large African-American community, Gary Rivlin pivots Fire on the Prairie: Chicago's Harold Washington and the Politics of Race on events and personalities surrounding the late Harold Washington's mayoral triumph in 1983.
British Intelligence places him in the worst school situation ever, isolated in the Alps above Grenoble, where he is threatened by a fate worse than death (well, death after the students in biology class dissect him while he is still alive, without anesthetic).
Now we don't have to dissect Barbie legs anymore," Bahor says.