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    Lab 5 Overview

    WHAT YOU’LL LEARN TO DO: View histology slides under the microscope and identify characteristic features. Learning Objectives Set up a microscope to view slides quickly, properly, efficiently, and without damaging the microscope or slide. Identify accurately the location and type of epithelial tissue within a biological specimen Classify a histological specimen according to which category of Read more »

    Muscles of the upper arm

    Information Anatomists refer to the upper arm as just the arm or the brachium. (The lower arm is the forearm or antebrachium.) There are three muscles on the upper arm that are parallel to the long axis of the humerus, the biceps brachii, the brachialis, and the triceps brachii. The biceps brachii is on the Read more »

    Distinguishing Between The Three Types of Muscle Tissue

    Information Muscular tissue is the third of the four major categories of animal tissue. Muscle tissue is subdivided into three broad categories: skeletal muscle, cardiac muscle, and smooth muscle. The three types of muscle can be distinguished by both their locations and their microscopic features. Skeletal muscle is found attached to bones. It consists of Read more »

    Correlation and Causation

    Information A well-designed graph organizes its data in a way that allows the reader to see the main conclusion the graph maker has drawn from their data set. A particularly clever graph might present enough information for the reader to draw two, three, or even more, conclusions from the one graph. When designing a graph Read more »

    Anatomical Vocabulary

    Anatomical nouns and adjective for external body parts Information Like all areas of science, there is a lot of jargon associated with anatomy and physiology. Often terms are used within the field that differ from what we would name things in everyday conversation. Such jargon usually allows the specialist in the field to be more Read more »