Part G: Post-lab Questions1. Fill in the blanks with a correct body position term.a. The elbow isb. The skull isC. The feet ared. The pinky finger isto the fingernails.to the brain.to the head.to the thumb.e spine iSto the sternum (breastbone).2. Describe or sketch what a pickle might look like after it is cut with a transverse section.

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Part G: Post-lab Questions
1. Fill in the blanks with a correct body position term.
a. The elbow is
b. The skull is
C. The feet are
d. The pinky finger is
to the fingernails.
to the brain.
to the head.
to the thumb.
e spine iS
to the sternum (breastbone).
2. Describe or sketch what a pickle might look like after it is cut with a transverse section.
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Part G: Post-lab Questions 1. Fill in the blanks with a correct body position term. a. The elbow is b. The skull is C. The feet are d. The pinky finger is to the fingernails. to the brain. to the head. to the thumb. e spine iS to the sternum (breastbone). 2. Describe or sketch what a pickle might look like after it is cut with a transverse section.

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We have certain terms in biology to define the posiyion of body parts with respect to each other. Some of them are:

1. Anterior (ventral) - Describes the position towards the front pat of body or in respect to otherr bodypart. Toes are anterior to the foot

2. Posterior (dorsal) - Describes the positio...

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