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Human Anatomy & Physiology Class: Rat Dissections

From Dana Abplanalp-Diggs, Human Anatomy & Physiology Teacher:

11th grade students in Advanced Biology: Human Anatomy and Physiology class dissected rats on Wednesday, January 20, to enhance their study of the body's organ systems as well as regional and directional terms. The students found it interesting to not just identify different organs in different systems, but to actually look at a heart, liver, intestine, brain, lungs, stomach, kidney, and other organs. This was the first of four different class dissections this year—the students will also be dissecting sheep brains, sheep hearts, and fetal pigs. 

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