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MERLOT II


    

Learning Exercise


Material: The eSkeletons Project
Submitted by: Mary Rees on Nov 21, 2002
Date Last Modified: Nov 21, 2002
Title: Comparative anatomy support for evolutionary adaptations
Description: Utilizing the students knowlege of anatomical and physiological adaptations,compare bone structure of the human, gorilla and baboon.
Type of Task: Individual
Time Required one week following the assignnment
Topics: Evolution, Comparative Anatomy
Course: Biology 1
Audience: College General Ed
Categories:
Prerequisites Skills: currently taking Biology
Learning Objectives: Use hands -on observations to establish relationships between species and understand these relationships in an evolutionary context
Technical Notes: Follow the directions in the General Site. Select Comparative Anatomy and select the bones, taxa and view you wish to compare. Click the "Compare" button.
Text of Learning Exercise: Submit a comparision of the bone structure of the human, gorilla and baboon
which supports the evolutionary relationship of these primates. Use your
knowledge of the anatomical and physiological adaptations.
Additional Information URL: see Grades in Webct class
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