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Life Science Chicken Wing Lab Quiz Study Guide

Note that many of these have the same answers.
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To observe muscles, bones, and blood vessels
What was the purpose of the chicken wing lab?
Fat
What is the yellowish tissue clumped beneath the skin?
Muscle
What are the bundles of pale pink tissue?
Flexor and Extensor
What two muscles push the bone back and pull the bone in the opposite direction?
Tendon
What are the shiny white tissues at the end of the muscles?
Joint
Where do two bones come together?
Ligament
What connects bones to other bones at joints?
Cartilage
What helps the bones move without grinding against each other?
Skin
Milky, white, greasy, bumpy.
Skin
What tissue do fat and muscle attach to?
Fat
Yellowish, slippery, greasy, clumpy.
Fat
What tissue does skin attach to?
Muscle
Flesh-colored, firm, striated.
Muscle
What do the tendon and skin attach to?
Tendon
White and shiny.
Tendon
What do muscle and bone attach to?
Ligament
White, slippery, tough.
Ligament and Cartilage
What two tissues attach to bone?
Cartilage
White, hard, slippery.
Shoulder
What joint in the human body is similar to the joint we studied?
Muscle
What type of tissue moves the chicken wing?
They give support to the muscles and connect muscle to bone
Why are tendons important to a muscle's ability to make the body move?
Muscle
What tissue of the chicken wing is referred to as the meat?
Tendon
Connective tissue.