1. Use the link above to draw a cat and label the external anatomy of the cat.
2. Include the external anatomy, directional terms, and planes of division. (You will be referring to this as you dissect the cat, so make it nice and neat.http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/opinion/focus161.shtml
1. Read the entire series found in the nabr.org link.
2. In a separate sheet of paper, write a paragraph or two about your views on the use of animals in science classrooms. http://home1.gte.net/imagine/chest.htmlhttp://biology.kenyon.edu/heithausp/cat-tutorial/welcome.htmhttp://www.mhhe.com/biosci/ap/cat_dissect/http://www.midlandstech.com/science/kelleherk/210/LabMaterials/catmuscles.htmlhttp://science.tjc.edu/images/cat_muscles/Index.htm
1. Click on each link above on cat dissection and take the virtual review using the link below.
2. You may check your answers using the links above.
3. In preparation for the lab next week, look up the answers to the following:
a. The cat muscle sternomastoid is what muscle in humans? What is it's function?
b. Where is the pectoralis minor found in humans?
c. Where is the acromiodeltoid found in humans? How many are they in humans?
d. In what movements in humans is the latissimus dorsi involved in?
e. What is the equivalent muscle in humans is the cat's spinotrapezius?
f. Do humans have pectoantebrachiali?
Just for fun. You may use the link below to review your terms!http://www.quia.com/mc/65973.html