Worksheet 2 - Lab 2: The Back Exercise 1. On the model of...

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Lab 2: The Back Exercise 1. On the model of the integument in the lab make sure you can recognize the following: epidermis dermis hair follicle arrector pilli muscle sebaceous gland sweat gland papillary layer of the dermis What differences are there between the normal integument that covers most of the body and the skin of the palms of the hands and the soles of the feet? Exercise 2. Look at one of the vertebrae in front of you. Find the following features: body vertebral foramen pedicles lamina transverse processes superior and inferior articular processes spinous process If you have articulated vertebrae (or a model) on your table look for the intervertebral foramen and intervertebral disc. When you have found these features on the bones, label them on the diagrams below.
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Exercise 3. There are several types of vertebrae within the spinal column. For each type listed below, write where they are found and the number of vertebrae that are of that type Write down which features allow you to distinguish particular vertebrae or types of
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course ANP 300 taught by Professor Grine during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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Worksheet 2 - Lab 2: The Back Exercise 1. On the model of...

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