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BIOL 3OI FaIl2009 -% Quiz #1 Take Home Human Design Quiz #1 (Take-Home) (Due at the beginning of Lab 2) 1. Name and define each of the 3 body planes indicated in the figure below. (lpt) A.lrnnS' tv'{ flaru -- r ar''''1$.1';r':{' ^^t dt "ls ; C , lao f'F -r '"n', (0,,5 irln n{,f4i/,d (t+'^,,) I *'+) f l' 'u i',.ltutl (.,. I B'Fnn+*l P\r,i. .e - r? + i3u4!* i'i.,{ C V{}nit, i fo a ' 5c',rtl6'\ p,C tire, ."* i f$re i c' 14i/lqi{lr'1 fis'uta -
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2. Using the terms from the following list, label the body directions indicated on the human figure. Superior, inferior, cranial, caudal, ventral, dorsal, anterior, posterior (apts) $upta11'D{ E{l-4-+-.-. -f,**Y- './ t.. 3-5. Choose terms from the list of anatomical terminology in your lab manual to
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This note was uploaded on 12/14/2010 for the course BIOL 301 taught by Professor De during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University.

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