ChickenWingDissection.docx

1 remove the skin from the wing it is easiest to use

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[1] Remove the skin from the wing, it is easiest to use your fingers and the technique demonstrated on the video, this is called blunt dissection because no blade is involved. -Your fingers give you very good control over moving the skin away from the muscle deep to the skin. -You can use the scissors or razor blade if needed. [2] Once the skin is removed examine the organization of the muscles and the bone. -Locate tendons and identify and blood vessels and/or nerves you see. *Take a picture of the skinned wing before you begin to work the muscles. (See video) (1 point) [3] Locate the triceps brachii and biceps brachii on the wing (see video). *Lift the wing, as demonstrated in the video, and gently pull on the biceps – what happens? (1 point) It is a flexor; it bends the joint when its pulled on. *Do the same with the triceps – what happens? (1 point) It extends and straightens. *What kind of a relationship is demonstrated here? (1 point) The relationship between a flexor and extensor in muscle contraction.
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  • Fall '17
  • Biceps brachii muscle, Triceps brachii muscle

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