306lab4 - OMIT coronoids on lower jaw. 2. Lepisosteus...

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BIOLOGY 306 COMPARATIVE VERTEBRATE ANATOMY LAB # 4 Skeletal Systems: Shark, Fish, Frog Quiz: Figs. 16.20B, 16.21, & 16.22; pp. 139-140. I. ANATOMY OF THE DOGFISH SHARK: SKELETAL SYSTEM, CHAPTER 16. pp. 129-140. 1. We are only going to examine the splanchnocranium (visceral arches) of the shark. Learn all of the labeled structures on Figures 16.10, 16.11, and 16.12, pp 133 134. II. SKELETAL SYSTEM: Class Actinopterygii - Use diagrams handed out in lab. A. Subclass Holostei 1. Amia (Bowfin): Skull Examine skulls of Amia and identify all bones listed on the appropriate skeletal diagrams.
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Unformatted text preview: OMIT coronoids on lower jaw. 2. Lepisosteus (Gar): Skull Examine skulls of Lepisosteus and identify all bones listed on the appropriate skeletal diagrams. B. Subclass Teleostei: 1. Perca (Perch): Skull and postcranial skeleton diagram. Examine the three articulated skeletons and perch skulls and find all bones listed. III. SKELETAL SYSTEM: Class Amphibia A. Order Anura 1. Rana (Bullfrog): Skull and postcranial skeleton Examine specimens. Learn all bones listed on handout. OMIT hyoid apparatus....
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