Not too easy. Not too difficult.
The content is interesting, the class is engaging, and the atmosphere is made for inquiry-based learning. Overall, a progressive, and up-to-date class.
Epaxial Muscles In class definition: on the dorsal side Hypaxial Muscles In class definition: on the ventral side Appendicular Skeleton This part of the skeleton includes the bones of the limbs and the supporting bone (pectoral and pelvic) girdles that connect them to the trunk. Axial Skeleton This part of the skeleton forms the longitudinal axis of the body. There are 80 bones in this area, which makes about 40 percent of the bones the human body. Cranial vs. Caudal Cranial, also referred to as "Cephalic," means toward the head. Caudal means toward the tail, AKA the coccyx in humans. Superior vs. Inferior Superior means above; at a higher level; toward the head.
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Focus on the content, and make sure you understand why processes happen, not just memorize them. This is crucial if you want to progress using the knowledge you gained in this course.