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Grade 12 Anatomy Students Observe Structure of Synovial Joint
Grade 12 Anatomy students directly observed the structure and function of a synovial joint by dissecting a chicken wing and examining the structures that are comparable to those found in the human arm. A highlight of the lab was to manipulate antagonist pairs of muscles, such as the biceps and triceps, causing the wing to flex and extend.