Learning Schedule and Objectives
|5||Lab Written Exam #1 (based on Sessions 1-4)|
Bones of the pelvis and hind limbs. Review.
|Textbook: Ch. 7: 170-204. |
Lab-book: Ch. 6: 129-150.
b. Femur – including head, greater trochanter, fovea capitis, anatomical and surgical necks, lesser trochanter, medial and lateral epicondyles, medial and lateral condyles, patellar trochlea, intercondylar fossa, and patella.
c. Tibia – including lateral and medial condyles, intercondylar eminence, tibial tuberosity, tibial crest, medial malleolus.
d. Fibula – including head and lateral malleolus.
e. Tarsus – including calcaneus, talus (astragalus), navicular, and cuboid bones.
f. Metatarsals and phalanges as in thoracic limb.
g. Student will be able to identify major joints (atlanto-occipital, scapulohumeral, coxofemoral, humeroradial, femorotibial).
h. Students have to be able to identify and describe differences in legs construction among mink, horse, cow, and sheep.
i. Navicular 3rd, Phalanx (Coffin bone) 2nd, Middle phalanx (Short Pastern) 1st, Proximal phalanx (Long Pastern), and vestigial remnants of 2nd and 3rd metacarpals (Splint bones) of horses.
- 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 Lab5 PPT or View below208Lab5
- Cat 3D Model : Pelvis with Sacrum
- Cat 3D Model : Femur
- Cat 3D Model : Tibia
- Cat 3D Model : Fibula
- Cat 3D Model : Tarsus
- Horse 3D Model : Hindlimb
Cat 3D Model : Pelvis with Sacrum
Cat 3D Model : Femur
Cat 3D Model : Tibia
Cat 3D Model : Fibula
Cat 3d Model : Tarsus
Horse 3D Model : Hindlimb