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BIO302L: Human Anatomy Lab

Unit 5: Appendicular Skeleton   In this section, you will label the appendicular skeleton, which consists of upper and lower limbs, pectoral and pelvic girdles. 

Unit 5 Time Advisory
This unit will take approximately 4 hours to complete.

  • Web Media: Stanford University: Virtual Anatomy Labs: “Skeleton” Link: Stanford University: Virtual Anatomy Labs: “Skeleton” (Shockwave)
     
    Instructions: Please click on the links titled “Anatomy” and “Skeletal Anatomy,” and then click the links in the “Skeleton” section from “Pelvic Girdle” through “Radius, Ulna” to review the appendicular skeleton’s different bones.
     
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  • Activity: Niagara County Community College: Virtual Anatomy Labs: “Appendicular Skeleton” Link: Niagara County Community College: Virtual Anatomy Labs: “Appendicular Skeleton” (HTML)
     
    Instructions: Please review each link under “Appendicular Skeleton.”  It is important that you learn the terms and the locations of all parts so that, when given a bone, you are able to identify where in the body it belongs.  You should also be able to identify various parts on each bone.
     
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  • Assessment: Bluegrass Community and Technical College: BIO137 Virtual Lab 7: “Appendicular Skeleton” Link: Bluegrass Community and Technical College: BIO137 Virtual Lab 7: “Appendicular Skeleton” (HTML)
     
    Instructions:  Please use the links under “The Skeletal System, Part 2, Appendicular Skeleton & Joints” and, following the webpage’s instructions, assess your knowledge of the appendicular skeleton’s bones. Please answer the questions and then use the keys to correct them.
     
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