Exercise 10, 11, 12 - Axial, Appendicular & Fetal Skull

Exercise 10, 11, 12 - Axial, Appendicular & Fetal...

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EXERCISE 10, 11, AND 12 – SKELETON OBJECTIVES 1. To identify the bones composing the axial and appendicular skeleton both on skeleton and disarticulated, and name the important bone markings on each. 2. To distinguish the different types of vertebrae. 3. To discuss the importance of intervertebral discs and spinal curvatures. 4. To differentiate between male and female pelvis. 5. To name fontanels and discuss the function. EXERCISE 10: THE AXIAL SKELETON see list below EXERCISE 11: THE APPENDICULAR SKELETON see list below EXERCISE 12: FETAL SKULL Fontanels: functions Identify anterior fontanel only 1 Richland College Biol. 2401 Marieb A&P Lab Manual - 9 th Edition
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AXIAL SKELETON APPENDICULAR SKELETON SKULL CRANIUM: frontal temporal - external auditory meatus jugular foramen carotid canal (foramen) mastoid process parietal occipital - foramen magnum occipital condyles ethmoid -crista galli cribiform plate sphenoid -sella turcica optic foramen FACIAL BONES: mandible maxillae palatine zygomatic lacrimal nasal
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