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    What is the origin for the pectoralis major muscle?

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    The origin for the pectoralis major muscle is the anterior lateral end of sternum and the medial half of the clavicle.definition

    • Superior limb
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    What are the basic divisions of the nervous system?

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    the basic divisions of the nervous system are the CNS (central nervous system) and the PNS (peripheral nervous system)definition

    • Nervous System
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    What is the abdomen?

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    The abdomen is the span of the lumbar vertebral column. (L1-L5)definition

    • Abdomen
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    give a description of the pronator teres muscle and give the function of it as well.

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    the pronator teres comes from the medial epicondyle, and crosses over to the radius, it is a short muscle and it pronates.definition

    • Antebrachium muscles
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    what is the name of the skin sac that holds the testis?

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    the skin sac that holds the testis is called the scrotum.definition

    • Genital Systems
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    What are the three basic types of the vertebrate body?

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    The three basic types of the vertebrate body are 1. Trunk 2. Appendages 3. Headdefinition

    • Patterns of trunk design
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    What is the thorax?

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    The thorax is the span of the 12 thoracic vertebraedefinition

    • Thorax
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    Jun 09, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    This class was tough.

    Course Overview:

    This was the best class I have ever taken. You will learn how to be a better thinker, test taker, and you will learn how to study. Overall you will be a better student. The class is tough and it will push you, but you will learn more about the human body than you ever thought was possible. The TA's are awesome and always willing to help.

    Course highlights:

    The material is presented in a way where you can constantly increase your understanding of anatomy in an easy way. The lab that also goes along with the course solidifies the lecture material and is the best way to see if you really understand the concepts. The professor is the single best professor I have ever taken a course from and is happy to answer any questions.

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    6-8 hours

    Advice for students:

    Study. Every. Day. This is not a course you can easily cram for. You have to stay on top of the material daily. Follow Marks advice about how to tackle all the material. And do not be afraid to ask questions.

    • Fall 2015
    • Mark Nielsen
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