Anatomy and Physiology I-The Appendicular Skeleton

"This learning object covers the Axial portion of the human skeleton. Topics include 1) functions of the skeletal system and its two major subdivisions, 2) the bones and bony structures of the skull, the cranial suture lines, the cranial fossae, and the major openings in the skull, 3) the vertebral column and curvatures, 4) the thoracic cage, and 5) embryonic development of the axial skeleton. This module also includes labeling exercises, teaching videos, and self-assessment quizzes. This grant product was created by the Community College Consortium for Bioscience Credentials and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License."
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Forsyth Technical Community College
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Acetabulum|Calaneus|Carpal Bone|Carpal Tunnel|Cavicle|Diaphysis|Fovea Capitis|Glenohumeral Joint|Hallux|Head of the Femur|Head of the Radius|Intertubercular Groove (sulcus)|Ischial Tuberosit|Lateral Condyle of the Tibia|Lesser Pelvis|Limb|Metacarpal Bone|Metatarsal Bone|Olecranon Foss|Patella|Pelvic Girdle|Pubic Symphysis|Radial Tuberosity|Scapula|Surgical Neck|Trochlea

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Biological and Biomedical Sciences (26)
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  • 1st year Community College or equivalent
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16 Hours
English (United States)
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Mix of Active and Presentation.
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Anatomy and Physiology I


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