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rat dissection figs

rat dissection figs - and proceed from the anterior end to...

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BIOL1151L – Rat Dissection Figure 1: dissection lines to use when dissecting a rat. Be sure to use a blunt instrument to separate the skin from the connective tissue underneath, so that you don’t damage the underlying organs. Start by making a cut with a pair of scissors, then use a blunt instrument to separate the skin from the underlying tissue, cutting additional skin with the scissors as you go. Start with the medial incision,
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Unformatted text preview: and proceed from the anterior end to the posterior end. Then make the cuts along the top and bottom of the original incision to make flaps that you can pull back to expose the rat’s internal organs. 1 BIOL1151L – Rat Dissection 2 BIOL1151L – Rat Dissection Figure 2: Ventral view of thoracic and abdominal viscera. Figure 3: Female urogenital system Figure 4: Male urogenital system 3...
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