Skeletal Lab Practiacal Study Guide

Skeletal Lab Practiacal Study Guide - Skeletal Lab...

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Skeletal Lab Practical Study Guide For this practical you should be familiar with and be able to identify All 206 Bones As far as the MARKINGS go: refer to the modified checklist for each bone in your lab manual ( this was modified on Wednesday, April 22 nd ) The exam questions will consist of both identification of these specific markings and may also ask you for their functions…because there is a purpose for each marking REMEMBER . .FORM IS FOR FUNCTION!! I will try to ask only those functions covered in text reading and/or covered in lab manual prelab lecture or worksheets. So, how should you go about studying ALL of these bones and processes? A good place to start is chapter 7 in your text. Each bone is described in detail in this chapter. Have your lab manual open and list of markings available. . Reread chapter 7 thoroughly. Review worksheets in lab manual and handouts. Here is a sample of some of the kinds of problems that you will see on the practicum: These are just a SAMPLE of the questions, not all of the questions.
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This note was uploaded on 12/08/2011 for the course AMY 2A taught by Professor Jamesivey during the Spring '06 term at Riverside Community College.

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