After we made our incisions we used our probe to skin the pig and expose the muscles. 5. When the muscles were exposed we made a deep incision through the thoratic and abdominal cavities, then we cut around the umbilical and genital regions. 6. In order to expose the internal organs we had to break the ribs and cut through the connective tissues.
Module 06 Case Study: Articulations and Nerve Tissue Part I— “Jill” Questions 1. What is the difference between a tendon and ligament? (1 point) Tendons bind muscle to bone, and ligaments bind bone to bone. A sprain is an extended and/or torn ligament, the band of connective tissue that connects the end of one bone with another bone. Ligaments support and stabalize the an individuals joints.
Unit 6 Exercise 1 Connector Installations Twisted-pair cable: Step 1: Measure the cable you want to put ends on and trim it to the proper length using the cable cutter. Step 2: Use the cable stripper to strip about 1.5" of the jacket from the end of the cable. Then, rotate the stripper around the cable twice. This will cut through the jacket. Step 3: Remove the stripper from the cable and pull the trimmed jacket from the cable, exposing the inner conductors.
Next, we took the front half of the eye with the cornea and with a pair of scissors we cut off the cornea. This allowed us to locate the iris. We then flipped the front part of the eye to locate the ciliary body. After locating the ciliary body we took out the lens by pulling it out. With this done, we removed the retina, a thin tissue like material, which is located in the posterior part of the eye.
-tendons attach muscles to the bones - cartilage protects bones within joints. - synovial fluid: acts as lubricant - synovial membrane: secretes synovial fluid - ligament: joins bone to bone and is strong and flexible - muscle - fibrous capsule: encloses joints - pad of cartilage: gives additional protection - cartilage: absorbs synovial fluid and acts as shock absorber - bone - tendon: joins muscle to bone At a joint there is: Joints and movement continued 2 of 60 1 of 60 How do muscles work? - muscle is made up of bundles of muscle fibres, each fibre is a single muscle cell - each muscle cell is multinucleate (has more than one nucleus) this is because a single nucleus could not effectively control the metabolism of such a long cell. - Tendons connect muscle to bone - the muscle is made up of bundles of muscle fibres. these are bound together by connective tissue.
Next we made and incision to the abdominal cavity, using a scalpel to expose the internal organs. After identifying all of the organs of the fetus’ body we started to remove the organ that we used for testing. The first we removed was the heart. We removed the heart using a scalpel and weighed the heart. We then compared the weight of our pig’s heart to three other fetal pigs.
Use the 1.0mm opening for 1.6mm fiber. Also trim the Kevlar to the ‘C’ length using the electrician style scissors. * Using the marker pen and the template card provided, measure and mark the buffer strip length as shown on the template. * Using the buffer strippers, strip off the buffer in at least two pieces. * Using a dry, lint-free wipe; Remove any remnants of the protective coating on the fiber after stripping the buffer.
Next you take the shaker hood scoop, this is done by loosening a screw clamp that holds it down to the air cleaner take care it placing this somewhere safe people see this part as your driving so put it up! The next thing you have to do is screw off the butterfly nut this holds down the air cleaner take care in removing the vacuum
3. Insert your dissecting scissors or scalpel into the left auricle at the base of the aorta and make an incision down through the wall of the left atrium and ventricle, as shown by the dotted line in the external heart picture. Locate the mitral valve (or bicuspid valve) between the left atrium and ventricle. This will have two flaps of membrane connected to papillary muscles by tendons. Make observations and measurements of as many structures as you can, filling in your results table.
Various classifications of muscles and joints and the movement required for different combinations of actions will be considered throughout this paper. To include, further studies examines the bringing together of major muscles and joints which requires strength and flexibility. Therefore, we embark on exploring muscles for expressions, strength and mobility and synovial joints in terms of its classification such as hinge, pivot, ball and socket, gliding, saddle and condyloid joints, the structure of the bones that meets at their point of attachment and functions they carry out in terms of the numerous articulations that the body performs during a person’s normal daily