Learning Schedule and Objectives
|4||Bones of pectoral girdle, and forelimbs.||Textbook: Ch. 7: 170-204.|
Lab-book: Ch. 6: 121-128.
b. Scapula – including spine, acromion, metacromion, coracoid process, glenoid fossa, supraspinous fossa, infraspinous fossa, and subscapular fossa.
c. Humerus – including head, greater and lesser tuberosity, bicipital groove, anatomical and sergical neck, supracondylar foramen, lateral and medial epicondyles, capitulum, trochlea, radial fossa, coronoid fossa, olecranon fossa, and deltoid tuberosity.
d. Radius – including head, neck, radial tuberosity, styloid process.
e. Ulna – including olecranon, trochlear notch, coronoid process, styloid process.
f. Carpus. Metacarpals (know their numbering as well!). Proximal, middle, and distal phalanges.
g. Comparative skeletal anatomy of mammals and birds with the emphasis on adaptations to flight and run.
- Bring the Laboratory Manual to every Lab class. Preview manual before lab.
- Dissection Kit must be purchased and brought to lab starts from Lab7.
- Shoes with open tows and slippers do not allowed in the Laboratory Room.
- Read Biology Laboratory Safety guidelines or download Biology Lab Safety PPT.
- Above rules may not apply to remote learning, please reach out to your instructor.
- No makeup practical exam.
Download Lab4 PPT or View below208Lab4
- Cat 3D Model : Scapula
- Cat 3D Model : Humerus
- Cat 3D Model : Radius
- Cat 3D Model : Ulna
- Cat 3D Model : Forelimb with Carpus
- Horse 3D Model : Forelimb with Fracture
- 3D Model Comparison : Forelimbs
Cat 3D Model : Scapula
Cat 3D Model : Humerus
Cat 3D Model : Radius
Cat 3D Model : Ulna
Cat 3d Model : Forelimb with Carpus
Horse 3D Model : Forelimb With Fracture
3D Model Comparison : Forelimbs