Lab 8 practial

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Lab 8 practial
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idiot cat bones and mandible structure and identifying diet by teeth
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  1. humerus
    located at the top of the front legs of cat (Seems thicker than any other bone but shorter than femur)
  2. located at the top of the front legs of cat (Seems thicker than any other bone but shorter than femur)
    humerus
  3. Ulna
    bone that appears to be connected towards the back of the front legs in cats (much thicker than the radius (Front bone) and fibula
  4. bone that appears to be connected towards the back of the front legs in
    cats (much thicker than the radius (Front bone) and fibula
    Ulna
  5. Radius
    bone towards the front in the front legs of cats. skinnier than the ulna but bigger than the bones in the back legs (fibula, tibia)
  6. bone towards the front in the front legs of cats. skinnier than the ulna
    but bigger than the bones in the back legs (fibula, tibia)
    Radius
  7. femur
    Back upper leg in cat.
  8. Back upper leg in cat.
    Femur
  9. Tibia
    bone on bottom of back leg towards the front thicker than the fibula
  10. bone on bottom of back leg towards the front thicker than the fibula
    Tibia
  11. temporalis muscle
    • provides strength for biting (an asset for a carnivore that has to subdue its prey and slice
    • through flesh). Will be bigger on carnivores located at upper back above mouth
  12. provides strength for biting (an asset for a carnivore that has to subdue its prey and slice through flesh). Will be bigger on carnivores located at upper back above mouth
    temporalis muscle
  13. masseter muscle
    helps with the side-to-side motion of the mandible when chewing (an asset for a herbivore that has to grind its food thoroughly before swallowing). Located towards back of mouth takes up both upper and lower jaw
  14. helps with the side-to-side motion of the mandible when chewing (an
    asset for a herbivore that has to grind its food thoroughly before
    swallowing). Located towards back of mouth takes up both upper and lower
    jaw
    Masseter muscle
  15. diastema
    Means a gap between the teeth. Used to describe typical herbivore dentation.
  16. Means a gap between the teeth. Used to describe typical herbivore dentation.
    Diastema
  17. carnassial teeth
    • specially modified forms of the 4th
    • premolar on the upper jaw
    • and the first molar on the lower jaw. They slide against each other, allowing them to effectively slice through tissue.
  18. specially modified forms of the 4thpremolar on the upper jawand the first molar on the lower jaw. They slide against each other, allowing them to effectively slice through tissue.
    Carnassial teeth
  19. Scapula
    front looking shoulder blade
  20. front looking shoulder blade
    scapula
  21. ilium
    tip topy of what I'd call the kitty pelvis
  22. tip topy of what I'd call the kitty pelvis
    ilium
  23. Ischium
    bitty bottom of what I'd call the pelvis
  24. bitty bottom of what I'd call the pelvis
    Ischium
  25. Pubis
    bottom front of pelvis
  26. Bottom front of pelvis
    Pubis
  27. ATlas
    Theeeee very first vertebrae
  28. Theeeee very first vertebrae
    atlas
  29. Axis
    the very second and sticky uppy spine bone
  30. the very second and sticky uppy spine bone
    axis
  31. Maxilla
    upper jawThe front
  32. upper jawThe front
    Maxilla
  33. premaxilla
    right under the nose in the front upper jaw..before maxillary
  34. right under the nose in the front upper jaw..before maxillary
    premaxilla
  35. frontal
    right up in that eyesocket
  36. right up in that eyesocket
    Frontal
  37. parietal
    top o thee noggin
  38. top o thee noggin
    Parietal
  39. temporal
    temple, duh
  40. temple, duh
    temporal
  41. cervical vertebrae
    come after axis (second vertebrae, there's a whole slew of em. Stops at big point vertebrae and goes on to thoracic vert
  42. thoracic vertebrae
    most of the point verts then ends a ways down at lumbar verts,
  43. lumbar vertebrae
    Towards the end of the spine, starts when verts get thicker and bigger.
  44. Caudal vertebrae
    bones that make up the tail
  45. list the vertebrae in order
    • Atlas
    • axis
    • cervical
    • thoracic
    • lumbar
    • caudal
  46. labrum
    plate that serves as upper lip in insects with chewing mouthparts and helps to pull fiid ubti the mouth
  47. plate that serves as upper lip in insects with chewing mouthparts and helps to pull fiid ubti the mouth
    labrum
  48. Madible
    Paired appendage of the 4th body segment that becomes the first pair of mouthpards analogous to jaw. used to chew, cut tear and carrythings or fight
  49. Maxillae
    used for food handling and sensing more complicated than the mandables but works in the same manner
  50. labium
    function to close the mouth below or behind. Evolved from paired maxillae like structures.

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