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How - ever, the axis is inverted, so that dorsal in the fly corresponds to ventral in the ver- Figure 22–36 The vertebrate body plan tebrate (Figure 22–36). At some point in its evolutionary history, it seems, the as a dorsoventral inversion of the insect ancestor of one of these classes of animals took to living life upside down.
How - ever, in their book Medication Errors: Causes and Prevention, Temple University pro- fessors of pharmacy Michael Cohen and Neil Davis attribute much of the problem to the mindless deference given to the "boss" of a patient's case: the attending physician.
How bald - faced these "unrehearsed interview" commercials can be. (See the exam- ple in Figure 4.4.) The situations are obviously staged, the participants are clearly actors, and the dialogue is unmistakably prewritten.