You will see that each bone has special features

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The Axial Skeleton You will see that each bone has special features (overviewed in section I below) that provide Sites of Attachment (for muscles, ligaments, tendons, etc.) and Sites of Passage (for blood vessels and nerves). Study the prefixes, suffixes, and roots from Lecture 1. These terms are used repeatedly during the remainder of the course to describe various parts of all of the major systems. STUDY and KNOW these word components. They will be an enormous aid in learning the terms of GROSS Anatomy. From this point on, there is no substitute for STUDYING. Do not do it all in one sitting. Constant review and quizzing each other is the best way to learn it and know it. One super way to learn all of the terms you are about to be
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Unformatted text preview: bombarded with is to make 3'X 5' FLASH CARDS . Write the term on one side and where it is located on the other. These are extremely useful when it comes to quizzing yourself in the lab and certainly in reviewing for quiz/midterm/final. The process of making the cards themselves is very didactic. Use the boldface terms in each of the laboratories. I cannot overemphasize how useful flashcards can be in learning anatomical terminology. Students often wish they had known of this technique earlier in the term so they had a simple way to review at the end. Start now and you will not be one of those students. Believe me, I have been in that position before. Learn from my mistakes! 1...
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2012 for the course SCIE SYG2000 taught by Professor Bernhardt during the Fall '10 term at Broward College.

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