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• Step 4
• 1) Separate the muscles into bundles
using your fingers until you have a small
pile of muscle bundles.
• 2) Loo...
• Chicken Leg Dissection Available Sheet
• Lab Activity! Chicken Dinner.
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• Lab Activity! Chicken Dinner.
– Caution! This lab will deal with raw meat.
Pathogens can be present.
– Do not put hands ...
Wear gloves and protective eyewear
during this lab.
Wear gloves and protective eyewear
during this lab.
Gloves to help you stay germ free,
and eyewear to prevent serious inju...
Wear gloves and protective eyewear
during this lab.
Gloves to help you stay germ free,
and eyewear to prevent serious inju...
• Picture of best tool to use in this lab.
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• Picture of best tool to use in this lab.
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• We need you to perform this dissection
like surgeons.
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• We need you to perform this dissection
like surgeons.
– The goal is not to hack up the chicken leg as
fast you can.
Copy...
• We need you to perform this dissection
like surgeons.
– The goal is not to hack up the chicken leg as
fast you can.
Copy...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin
Mu...
• Materials required.
– One chicken leg quarter per group.
– Eyewear and gloves for all students.
– One dissection tray
– ...
• Step 1:
• 1) Please put on eyewear and gloves.
• 2) Place chicken leg on dissection tray.
• 3) Sketch the chicken leg in...
• Step 1:
• 1) Please put on eyewear and gloves.
• 2) Place chicken leg on dissection tray.
• 3) Sketch the chicken leg in...
• Step 1:
• 1) Please put on eyewear and gloves.
• 2) Place chicken leg on dissection tray.
• 3) Sketch the chicken leg in...
• Step 1:
• 1) Please put on eyewear and gloves.
• 2) Place chicken leg on dissection tray.
• 3) Sketch the chicken leg in...
• Step 1:
• 1) Please put on eyewear and gloves.
• 2) Place chicken leg on dissection tray.
• 3) Sketch the chicken leg in...
• Step 1:
• 1) Please put on eyewear and gloves.
• 2) Place chicken leg on dissection tray.
• 3) Sketch the chicken leg in...
• Step 1:
• 1) Please put on eyewear and gloves.
• 2) Place chicken leg on dissection tray.
• 3) Sketch the chicken leg in...
• Step 1:
• 1) Please put on eyewear and gloves.
• 2) Place chicken leg on dissection tray.
• 3) Sketch the chicken leg in...
• Step 1:
• 1) Please put on eyewear and gloves.
• 2) Place chicken leg on dissection tray.
• 3) Sketch the chicken leg in...
• Step 1:
• 1) Please put on eyewear and gloves.
• 2) Place chicken leg on dissection tray.
• 3) Sketch the chicken leg in...
• Step 1:
• 1) Please put on eyewear and gloves.
• 2) Place chicken leg on dissection tray.
• 3) Sketch the chicken leg in...
• Step 1:
• 1) Please put on eyewear and gloves.
• 2) Place chicken leg on dissection tray.
• 3) Sketch the chicken leg in...
• Step 1:
• 1) Please put on eyewear and gloves.
• 2) Place chicken leg on dissection tray.
• 3) Sketch the chicken leg in...
• Step 1:
• 1) Please put on eyewear and gloves.
• 2) Place chicken leg on dissection tray.
• 3) Sketch the chicken leg in...
• Step 2
• 1) Look at the skin tissue and record its properties
in the results table.
– Make at least one observation of t...
• Step 2
• 1) Look at the skin tissue and record its properties
in the results table.
– Make at least one observation of t...
• Step 3
• 1) Skillfully pull / cut to remove the skin using your
dissection tools.
– Is fat tissue present? Describe it i...
• Step 3
• 1) Skillfully pull / cut to remove the skin using your
dissection tools.
– Is fat tissue present? Describe it i...
• Step 4
• 1) Separate the muscles into bundles
using your fingers until you have a small
pile of muscle bundles.
• 2) Loo...
• Step 4
• 1) Separate the muscles into bundles
using your fingers until you have a small
pile of muscle bundles.
• 2) Loo...
• Step 4
• 1) Separate the muscles into bundles
using your fingers until you have a small
pile of muscle bundles.
• 2) Loo...
• Step 4
• 1) Separate the muscles into bundles
using your fingers until you have a small
pile of muscle bundles.
• 2) Loo...
• Step 5
• 1) Look for arteries (blood vessels), and
thin nerves around the muscle and
tendons.
• 2) Carefully cut the ten...
• Step 5
• 1) Look for arteries (blood vessels), and
thin nerves around the muscle and
tendons.
• 2) Carefully cut the ten...
• Step 5
• 1) Look for arteries (blood vessels), and
thin nerves around the muscle and
tendons.
• 2) Carefully cut the ten...
• Step 6
• 1) Skillfully remove excess material to
expose the joint A (knee).
– Don’t cut the ligaments / cartilage
• 2) M...
• Step 7
• 1) Skillfully remove excess material to
expose the joint B (Hip).
– Don’t cut the ligaments / cartilage
• 2) Mo...
• Step 7
• 1) Skillfully remove excess material to
expose the joint B (Hip).
– Don’t cut the ligaments / cartilage
• 2) Mo...
• Step 8
• 1) Skillfully cut the ligaments around each
joint and remove the bones.
– Complete the bone section of the data...
• Step 9
• 1) Dispose of all parts of chicken leg to
disposal area (trash bag).
• 2) Carefully bring all tools to clean up...
• Activity for digestive system!
– Place small piece of chicken meat and bone
into a jar with vinegar.
– Take a similar si...
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin
Muscle
Tendon
Ligament
Cartilage
Bone
Copyright © 2010 ...
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Yellowish
White
Muscle
Tendon
Ligament
Cartilage
Bone
C...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
• Please record the following chart in your journal.
Tissue Color Stretch
(Y/N)
Hard
(Y/N)
Fibers
(Y/N)
Thick
(mm)
Skin Ye...
“Name that part
of a chicken leg
coming up.”
Switched?
Connective
Tissue
Connective
Tissue
Connective
Tissue
• Final Activity! The Muscular System Tour
– http://www.anatronica.com/systems.html
• Try and guess the mystery picture beneath
the boxes.
– Raise your hand when you think you know.
You only get one guess.
...
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• How is your bundle coming along. You
should be close to page 7 by now.
• Video Link! Muscular System Crash Course.
– (Optional and Advanced)
– Preview for language.
– http://www.youtube.com/wat...
• Review Game: Levels of Biological
Organization, Skeletal System, Muscular
System.
Bundled homework package, lesson notes, worksheets,
review games, and much more on the full unit.
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  1. 1. • Step 4 • 1) Separate the muscles into bundles using your fingers until you have a small pile of muscle bundles. • 2) Look for tendons at the end of the muscle bundles or still attached to the bone. – Record results in data table. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  2. 2. • Chicken Leg Dissection Available Sheet
  3. 3. • Lab Activity! Chicken Dinner. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  4. 4. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  5. 5. • Lab Activity! Chicken Dinner. – Caution! This lab will deal with raw meat. Pathogens can be present. – Do not put hands in mouth / rub eyes. – Clean all surfaces thoroughly – Watch out for cross contamination (Pencil lands in raw meat and then you put contaminated pencil in your mouth). – Use refrigeration prior, and if lab carries over another day. – Dispose of meat properly at conclusion. – Wash hands after clean-up. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  6. 6. Wear gloves and protective eyewear during this lab.
  7. 7. Wear gloves and protective eyewear during this lab. Gloves to help you stay germ free, and eyewear to prevent serious injury as sharp objects will be used.
  8. 8. Wear gloves and protective eyewear during this lab. Gloves to help you stay germ free, and eyewear to prevent serious injury as sharp objects will be used. Use common sense. Safety First, Last, and Always. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  9. 9. • Picture of best tool to use in this lab. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  10. 10. • Picture of best tool to use in this lab. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  11. 11. • We need you to perform this dissection like surgeons. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  12. 12. • We need you to perform this dissection like surgeons. – The goal is not to hack up the chicken leg as fast you can. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  13. 13. • We need you to perform this dissection like surgeons. – The goal is not to hack up the chicken leg as fast you can. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  14. 14. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Muscle Tendon Ligament Cartilage Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  15. 15. • Materials required. – One chicken leg quarter per group. – Eyewear and gloves for all students. – One dissection tray – Dissection equipment (sharp – so watch out!) – Refrigerator. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  16. 16. • Step 1: • 1) Please put on eyewear and gloves. • 2) Place chicken leg on dissection tray. • 3) Sketch the chicken leg in your journal. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  17. 17. • Step 1: • 1) Please put on eyewear and gloves. • 2) Place chicken leg on dissection tray. • 3) Sketch the chicken leg in your journal. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  18. 18. • Step 1: • 1) Please put on eyewear and gloves. • 2) Place chicken leg on dissection tray. • 3) Sketch the chicken leg in your journal. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  19. 19. • Step 1: • 1) Please put on eyewear and gloves. • 2) Place chicken leg on dissection tray. • 3) Sketch the chicken leg in your journal. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  20. 20. • Step 1: • 1) Please put on eyewear and gloves. • 2) Place chicken leg on dissection tray. • 3) Sketch the chicken leg in your journal. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  21. 21. • Step 1: • 1) Please put on eyewear and gloves. • 2) Place chicken leg on dissection tray. • 3) Sketch the chicken leg in your journal. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  22. 22. • Step 1: • 1) Please put on eyewear and gloves. • 2) Place chicken leg on dissection tray. • 3) Sketch the chicken leg in your journal. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  23. 23. • Step 1: • 1) Please put on eyewear and gloves. • 2) Place chicken leg on dissection tray. • 3) Sketch the chicken leg in your journal. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  24. 24. • Step 1: • 1) Please put on eyewear and gloves. • 2) Place chicken leg on dissection tray. • 3) Sketch the chicken leg in your journal. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  25. 25. • Step 1: • 1) Please put on eyewear and gloves. • 2) Place chicken leg on dissection tray. • 3) Sketch the chicken leg in your journal. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  26. 26. • Step 1: • 1) Please put on eyewear and gloves. • 2) Place chicken leg on dissection tray. • 3) Sketch the chicken leg in your journal. Thigh
  27. 27. • Step 1: • 1) Please put on eyewear and gloves. • 2) Place chicken leg on dissection tray. • 3) Sketch the chicken leg in your journal. Thigh Drumstick Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  28. 28. • Step 1: • 1) Please put on eyewear and gloves. • 2) Place chicken leg on dissection tray. • 3) Sketch the chicken leg in your journal. Thigh Drumstick Hip Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  29. 29. • Step 1: • 1) Please put on eyewear and gloves. • 2) Place chicken leg on dissection tray. • 3) Sketch the chicken leg in your journal. Thigh Drumstick Hip Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  30. 30. • Step 2 • 1) Look at the skin tissue and record its properties in the results table. – Make at least one observation of the skin. • 2) Look at the hip bone / move it. – What type of joint is it? • 3) Gently move the knee joint? – What type of joint is it? Can it move sideways? Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  31. 31. • Step 2 • 1) Look at the skin tissue and record its properties in the results table. – Make at least one observation of the skin. • 2) Look at the hip bone / move it. – What type of joint is it? • 3) Gently move the knee joint? – What type of joint is it? Can it move sideways? Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  32. 32. • Step 3 • 1) Skillfully pull / cut to remove the skin using your dissection tools. – Is fat tissue present? Describe it in your journal • 2) Look for fascia (shiny lining over muscles) • 3) Examine the Muscle Tissue and record your finding in the results table. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  33. 33. • Step 3 • 1) Skillfully pull / cut to remove the skin using your dissection tools. – Is fat tissue present? Describe it in your journal • 2) Look for fascia (shiny lining over muscles) • 3) Examine the Muscle Tissue and record your finding in the results table. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  34. 34. • Step 4 • 1) Separate the muscles into bundles using your fingers until you have a small pile of muscle bundles. • 2) Look for tendons at the end of the muscle bundles or still attached to the bone. – Record results in data table. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  35. 35. • Step 4 • 1) Separate the muscles into bundles using your fingers until you have a small pile of muscle bundles. • 2) Look for tendons at the end of the muscle bundles or still attached to the bone. – Record results in data table. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  36. 36. • Step 4 • 1) Separate the muscles into bundles using your fingers until you have a small pile of muscle bundles. • 2) Look for tendons at the end of the muscle bundles or still attached to the bone. – Record results in data table. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  37. 37. • Step 4 • 1) Separate the muscles into bundles using your fingers until you have a small pile of muscle bundles. • 2) Look for tendons at the end of the muscle bundles or still attached to the bone. – Record results in data table. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  38. 38. • Step 5 • 1) Look for arteries (blood vessels), and thin nerves around the muscle and tendons. • 2) Carefully cut the tendons away near the joint and look for ligaments. – Record findings about the ligament in the data table. • 3) Identify the Femur, Tibia, and Fibula to your teachers. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  39. 39. • Step 5 • 1) Look for arteries (blood vessels), and thin nerves around the muscle and tendons. • 2) Carefully cut the tendons away near the joint and look for ligaments. – Record findings about the ligament in the data table. • 3) Identify the Femur, Tibia, and Fibula to your teachers. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  40. 40. • Step 5 • 1) Look for arteries (blood vessels), and thin nerves around the muscle and tendons. • 2) Carefully cut the tendons away near the joint and look for ligaments. – Record findings about the ligament in the data table. • 3) Identify the Femur, Tibia, and Fibula to your teachers. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  41. 41. • Step 6 • 1) Skillfully remove excess material to expose the joint A (knee). – Don’t cut the ligaments / cartilage • 2) Move this joint around and observe the “Hinge” – Make a sketch of this joint in your journal • 3) Record properties of cartilage (Tissue that lets joints slide easily and absorbs shock) between joints on your data table. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  42. 42. • Step 7 • 1) Skillfully remove excess material to expose the joint B (Hip). – Don’t cut the ligaments / cartilage • 2) Move this joint around and observe the “Ball and Socket” – Make a sketch of this joint in your journal
  43. 43. • Step 7 • 1) Skillfully remove excess material to expose the joint B (Hip). – Don’t cut the ligaments / cartilage • 2) Move this joint around and observe the “Ball and Socket” – Make a sketch of this joint in your journal. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  44. 44. • Step 8 • 1) Skillfully cut the ligaments around each joint and remove the bones. – Complete the bone section of the data table. • 2) Draw a sketch of the ends of each bone and how they fit together. • 3) Using your hands, break the Tibia in half and make a sketch of the bone marrow. – Red =Place where blood cells are made. – Yellow = Fats are made. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  45. 45. • Step 9 • 1) Dispose of all parts of chicken leg to disposal area (trash bag). • 2) Carefully bring all tools to clean up area and clean properly. • 3) Disinfect area properly. • 4) Remove eyewear and gloves with teacher approval and dispose of gloves properly. –Watch for contamination! Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  46. 46. • Activity for digestive system! – Place small piece of chicken meat and bone into a jar with vinegar. – Take a similar size of meat and cut with a knife into many pieces and place in another jaw (simulated chewing) – Add vinegar and cap jar and set aside until you reach the digestion system / digestive juices. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  47. 47. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Muscle Tendon Ligament Cartilage Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  48. 48. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Muscle Tendon Ligament Cartilage Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  49. 49. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes Muscle Tendon Ligament Cartilage Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  50. 50. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No Muscle Tendon Ligament Cartilage Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  51. 51. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Muscle Tendon Ligament Cartilage Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  52. 52. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Tendon Ligament Cartilage Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  53. 53. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Pink Tendon Ligament Cartilage Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  54. 54. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Pink Yes Tendon Ligament Cartilage Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  55. 55. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Pink Yes No Tendon Ligament Cartilage Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  56. 56. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Pink Yes No Yes Tendon Ligament Cartilage Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  57. 57. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Pink Yes No Yes Thick Tendon Ligament Cartilage Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  58. 58. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Pink Yes No Yes Thick Tendon Ligament Cartilage Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  59. 59. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Pink Yes No Yes Thick Tendon White Ligament Cartilage Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  60. 60. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Pink Yes No Yes Thick Tendon White Yes Ligament Cartilage Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  61. 61. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Pink Yes No Yes Thick Tendon White Yes No Ligament Cartilage Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  62. 62. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Pink Yes No Yes Thick Tendon White Yes No Yes Ligament Cartilage Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  63. 63. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Pink Yes No Yes Thick Tendon White Yes No Yes Thin Ligament Cartilage Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  64. 64. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Pink Yes No Yes Thick Tendon White Yes No Yes Thin Ligament Cartilage Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  65. 65. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Pink Yes No Yes Thick Tendon White Yes No Yes Thin Ligament White / Yellow Cartilage Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  66. 66. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Pink Yes No Yes Thick Tendon White Yes No Yes Thin Ligament White / Yellow Tough Cartilage Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  67. 67. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Pink Yes No Yes Thick Tendon White Yes No Yes Thin Ligament White / Yellow Tough Tough Cartilage Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  68. 68. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Pink Yes No Yes Thick Tendon White Yes No Yes Thin Ligament White / Yellow Tough Tough Yes Cartilage Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  69. 69. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Pink Yes No Yes Thick Tendon White Yes No Yes Thin Ligament White / Yellow Tough Tough Yes Thin Cartilage Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  70. 70. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Pink Yes No Yes Thick Tendon White Yes No Yes Thin Ligament White / Yellow Tough Tough Yes Thin Cartilage Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  71. 71. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Pink Yes No Yes Thick Tendon White Yes No Yes Thin Ligament White / Yellow Tough Tough Yes Thin Cartilage White / Grey Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  72. 72. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Pink Yes No Yes Thick Tendon White Yes No Yes Thin Ligament White / Yellow Tough Tough Yes Thin Cartilage White / Grey Tough Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  73. 73. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Pink Yes No Yes Thick Tendon White Yes No Yes Thin Ligament White / Yellow Tough Tough Yes Thin Cartilage White / Grey Tough 1/2 Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  74. 74. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Pink Yes No Yes Thick Tendon White Yes No Yes Thin Ligament White / Yellow Tough Tough Yes Thin Cartilage White / Grey Tough 1/2 Yes Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  75. 75. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Pink Yes No Yes Thick Tendon White Yes No Yes Thin Ligament White / Yellow Tough Tough Yes Thin Cartilage White / Grey Tough 1/2 Yes Thin 1/2 Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  76. 76. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Pink Yes No Yes Thick Tendon White Yes No Yes Thin Ligament White / Yellow Tough Tough Yes Thin Cartilage White / Grey Tough 1/2 Yes Thin 1/2 Bone Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  77. 77. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Pink Yes No Yes Thick Tendon White Yes No Yes Thin Ligament White / Yellow Tough Tough Yes Thin Cartilage White / Grey Tough 1/2 Yes Thin 1/2 Bone Pink and White Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  78. 78. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Pink Yes No Yes Thick Tendon White Yes No Yes Thin Ligament White / Yellow Tough Tough Yes Thin Cartilage White / Grey Tough 1/2 Yes Thin 1/2 Bone Pink and White No Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  79. 79. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Pink Yes No Yes Thick Tendon White Yes No Yes Thin Ligament White / Yellow Tough Tough Yes Thin Cartilage White / Grey Tough 1/2 Yes Thin 1/2 Bone Pink and White No Yes Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  80. 80. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Pink Yes No Yes Thick Tendon White Yes No Yes Thin Ligament White / Yellow Tough Tough Yes Thin Cartilage White / Grey Tough 1/2 Yes Thin 1/2 Bone Pink and White No Yes Yes CollagenCopyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  81. 81. • Please record the following chart in your journal. Tissue Color Stretch (Y/N) Hard (Y/N) Fibers (Y/N) Thick (mm) Skin Yellowish White Yes No No Thin Muscle Pink Yes No Yes Thick Tendon White Yes No Yes Thin Ligament White / Yellow Tough Tough Yes Thin Cartilage White / Grey Tough 1/2 Yes Thin 1/2 Bone Pink and White No Yes Yes Collagen Thick MarrowCopyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  82. 82. “Name that part of a chicken leg coming up.”
  83. 83. Switched?
  84. 84. Connective Tissue
  85. 85. Connective Tissue
  86. 86. Connective Tissue
  87. 87. • Final Activity! The Muscular System Tour – http://www.anatronica.com/systems.html
  88. 88. • Try and guess the mystery picture beneath the boxes. – Raise your hand when you think you know. You only get one guess. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  89. 89. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  90. 90. • How is your bundle coming along. You should be close to page 7 by now.
  91. 91. • Video Link! Muscular System Crash Course. – (Optional and Advanced) – Preview for language. – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jqy0i1KXUO4
  92. 92. • Review Game: Levels of Biological Organization, Skeletal System, Muscular System.
  93. 93. Bundled homework package, lesson notes, worksheets, review games, and much more on the full unit.

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