Human AnatomyLab ManualSixth EditionMark NielsenUniversity of UtahSummer TermiiiContentsOrientation 1Tips Three ....23Laboratory Four 29Laboratory Ten .69Practical Anatomy Lab ManualivPrefaceThis book is for students in Biology 2325 - Human Anatomy.As you begin your anatomical learning adventure, use this book to prepare for the laboratory.It is designed to help you prepare for and get the most out of each of the laboratory sessions.
There is a chapter for each of the labs that has a list of objectives that you should use to prepare for lab.If you follow these objectives you will arrive at lab prepared and you will maximize your learning efforts.All the material you will cover in each laboratory along with what you will need to do to prepare for the lab quizzes each week is covered in this manual.1OrientationWelcome to the human anatomy laboratory that accompanies the lecture in Biology 2325 - Human Anatomy.This lab provides you with a rare opportu-nity to explore anatomy using dissected human cadavers.Exploring cadavers is the true approach to learning anatomy, that is, experiencing anatomy in its three-dimensional reality.
There is no better way to learn this subject.In lecture you will use your sense of hearing to listen and learn and your visual sense to see two-dimensional illustrations throughout the lecture.
The lab opens the door to additional senses those of touch, three-dimensional vision, and even the unique smell of a cadaver lab.This allows you to gain a total exposure to the design of the human body
.You may have asked yourself as you were registering for this class, what can I expect in the anatomy lab? How do I prepare for lab? What is expected of me? The following information will help answer these questions and provide guidelines for a successful learning experience.Each lab will begin with a visual quiz that will require approximately 10 minutes to administer.There will be a total of eleven quizzes during the semester.All will count towards your grade.The quizzes are administered at the beginning of lab, so be on time.Questions will not be repeated for latecomers.You must attend the lab for which you are registered.Only under extenuating circumstances, and with Professors written approval, can you take a quiz in another lab, or for that matter attend another lab timeThe quizzes are visual tests that you will take at the beginning of the lab session.The quiz will cover the material that you will study in the lab.The purpose behind quizzing students on material they will be studying in the current lab is to encourage students to come to lab prepared.
Years of expe-rience, have demonstrated that this helps students get the most out of their lab experience.The CD, Human Anatomy Interactive Atlas, that accompanies your books contains numerous cadaver photographs that you will study in preparation for the lab quizzes.These cadaver photographs correspond to lecture material from the previous week and are similar to the cadaver materials you will study in the lab.Each photograph is a professionally prepared dissection to not only help you prepare for the lab, but also to allow you to take the lab home with you.
By having access to these excel-lent photographs, you can study the cadavers from the lab without being in the lab.Attendance is required as the lab is 30% of the course grade.The lab time should be used wisely.Again, history demonstrates that the students who perform best in the course are those who come prepared for lab, work hard, and do not waste time in the laboratory..
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