306lab5 - 1. Alligator (Alligator): Skull and jaw Two...

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BIOLOGY 306 COMPARATIVE VERTEBRATE ANATOMY LAB # 5 Skeletal Systems: Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds Quiz: bird skeleton (handout); turtle skeleton (handout) I. SKELETAL SYSTEM: Class Amphibia (cont.) B. Order Urodela 1. Necturus (Mudpuppy): Postcranial skeleton – learn structures as indicated in lab II. SKELETAL SYSTEM: Class Reptilia A. Subclass Anapsida, Order Testudines - Use handouts. 1. Turtle Whole skeleton: names for #29 and #30 are reversed. Identify all bones. Skull: learn all elements on handout. B. Subclass Diapsida, Superorder Archosauria, Order Crocodilia - Use handout.
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Alligator (Alligator): Skull and jaw Two specimens of the alligator skull and lower jaw will are available for your examination. You are responsible for all of the bones on the appropriate diagrams. III. SKELETAL SYSTEM: Class Aves A. Bird: Skull and postcranial skeleton - Use handouts. Examine the skulls and skeletons and identify the bones labeled in the appropriate diagrams. NOTE: In birds, the left and right clavicle are fused to the interclavicle to form a single skeletal element called the furcula ....
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