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Laboratory Manual to accompany Saladin: Anatomy & physiolog, Fifth Edition LABORATORY Appendicular Skeleton ffioucrroN The -appendicular skeleton consists of approximately 126-bones in four major groupings. These ire the pec- toral girdle, upper extremity, pelvic girdle, and lower extremity- The pectoral girdle is composed of the scap- ula and the clavicle on each side, The upper extremiiy consists of the humerus, radius, ulna, carpals of thL Plastic drinking straws cut on a bias or pipe cleaners for pointer tips Foam pads of various sizes (to protect real bones from hard countertops) wrist, metacarpals of the palm, and phalanges of the fingers, The lower portion of the appendiculai skeleton is composed of the pelvic girdle (the hip bones), each of which consists of three fused bones, the ilium, the ischi- um, and the pubis. The lower extremity consists of the femur, patella, tibia, fibula, tarsals of the ankle, metatar- sals (of the foot), and phalanges of the toes.
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