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Lab Review 22/03/2008 12:49:00 Types of Tissues Epithelial: composed of layers of cells, usually seen as sheets of cells  ( squiggly around the edges ) Connective: tissues with cells separated by matrix. Can be bone  ( honeycombed ), cartilage ( dense and pale ), loose and blood ( pale and  see-through ) Muscle: tissues that appear striated or pixilated ( dense or loose, lots of  visible cells ) Nervous: can see axons within pale, homogenous yellow mass ( dense and  yellow) Bone Structure Bones can be separate (ulna and radius), bound (close together but can still  see distinction such as metacarpals in dog) or fused (completely together with  no distinction such tarsals and metatarsals in bird) Proximal is up (shoulder/hip), Distal is down (hand/foot), Medial is left  (tibia/radius) and Lateral is right (fibula/ulna) Structure of Hindlimb (leg) o Femur-Tibia (left) and Fibula (right)-Tarsals-Metatarsals-Phalanges Structure of Forelimb (arm) o Humerus-Radius (left) and Ulna (right)-Carpals-Metacarpals- Phalanges Albertosaurus Structure of Hindlimb (leg)
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o Femur-Tibia and Fibula ( bounded and elongated )-Tarsals and  Metatarsals ( bound and elongated )-Phalanges ( pedal phalanges  only on the ground ) Everything adapted for stronger legs so faster running Structure of Forelimb (arm)
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