Sternum humerus ulna carpus metacarpus femur tibia

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Sternum Humerus Ulna Carpus Metacarpus Femur Tibia Fibula Tarsus Metatarsus Phalanges 2. Draw the upper jaw and teeth of the cat and label the four types of teeth. Compare/contrast them with human teeth. 3. Why are cats spines more flexible than human spines? PART 3: Cat – Muscular System (Exercise 3, pg. 171) 1. Follow the directions in italics on page 172 of the manual for skinning the cat. We are only looking at the superficial muscles. 2. Identify the location, origin, insertion, and action following muscles: Muscle Origin Insertion Action Homolog in human (if any) Acromiotrapezius Clavotrapezius 2
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Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy Cat Dissection Packet Latissimus dorsi Pectoralis major Pectoralis minor External oblique Sternomastoid Biceps brachii Triceps brachii Brachioradialis Sartorius Gracilis Biceps femoris Gastrocnemius 4. Define antagonistic muscles, synergistic muscles, and prime mover. 5. What is a flexor muscle? What is its antagonist? 6. What is an abductor muscle? What is its antagonist? 7. What four muscles make up the quadriceps femoris? 8. What three muscles make up the hamstrings? 9. Which tendon is formed by the insertion of the gastrocnemius and on which bone does it insert? PART 4: Cat – Digestive and Respiratory System (Exercise 4, pg. 192) 3
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Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy Cat Dissection Packet 1. Follow the instructions in italics on pg. 192 for opening and viewing the inside of the mouth. Then follow the instructions in italics on pg. 194 for opening the abdominal cavity to view digestive organs.
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