Kevin Patton divides the lab activities typically covered in AaP lab into 42 subunits, allowing instructors the flexibility to choose the units and sequence that integrates with lecture material. Basic content is introduced first, and gradually more complex activities are developed. Features include procedure check lists, coloring exercises, boxed hints, safety alerts, separate lab reports, and a full-color histology mini-reference.10 ~(4 LAB EXERCISE 10 Overview of the Skeleton Overview of the Skeleton LONG BONE IPOGWSOi 1 iRFWSlAL \PLAYE ... Ligaments are simply cords of regular dense fibrous tissue that bind the bones to one another. ... this exercise will be easier to understand if you briefly review the microscopic organization of bone tissue presented in Lab Exercise 6 (p. ... The best way to learn this classification scheme is by trying to classify the bones yourself, as outlined in the following steps.
|Title||:||Laboratory Manual to Accompany Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology|
|Author||:||Kevin T. Patton|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Science Engineering - 2004-02-01|