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NOTE: This list is provided to help direct your study. Individual lab instructors may delete from or add to this list. 1 WEEK EIGHT & NINE: SKELETON & ARTICULATIONS BOOK CHAPTER Human A&P Lab Exercise 8: Overview of the Skeleton: Bones and Cartilages In writing and using bones and bone models, identify the: 1) Cartilages of the skeleton including name, location, and the tissue type (p. 109) 2) Classification of bones by shape: Long Short Flat Irregular Sesamoid Sutural 3) Bone markings from Table 8.1 and their general functions 4) Gross anatomy structures of a typical long bone along with descriptions: Articular cartilage Compact bone Diaphysis Endosteum Epiphyseal line Epiphyseal plate Epiphysis distal Epiphysis proximal Marrow red Marrow yellow Medullary cavity Periosteum Spongy bone Trabeculae 5) Histology using slides and osteon model to identify these structures and their descriptions: Slide Subtype Structures to Identify Cartilage Hyaline chondrocyte, lacuna, matrix Fibrocartilage Elastic Bone (osseous) canaliculus, central canal, concentric lamella, interstitial lamella, lacuna, osteocyte, osteon, perforating canal BOOK CHAPTER Human A&P Lab Exercise 9 & 10: The Axial & Appendicular Skeleton Selected Skeletal Bones and Bone Markings Identify the axial skeleton and appendicular skeleton and their general functions. Identify bones, axial or appendicular location, right or left, structural classification (shape), and bone markings as listed here.
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