Comparative Anatomy Bones Lab
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by Kathy Egbert
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Comparative Anatomy Bones - Use hard copy of diagrams showing the bones and comparison columns available in the classroom
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A Column #1
B Column #3
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A There were more traits that looked like Column #1
B There were more traits that looked like Column #3
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Enter the total number of traits that supports your answer for Column #1 or #3.
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A Yes, some bones define an organism more than others.
B No, all bones should be treated equally in identifying an organism.
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A You are making qualitative decisions based on your own personal observations and those decisions could be viewed differently by another researcher.
B There are lots of bones missing from the specimen.
C The specimens could be damaged or mismarked.
D A, B, and C are all possible problems with the data.
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