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Human Cadaver Lab

Life Science Labs: Anatomy & Physiology Level: High School NGSS Targets: HS-LS1-2, HS-LS1-3 Duration: 30-40 min

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Overview

Lesson Sequence

  1. Review class objectives 
  2. Hypothesize patient digestive issues 
  3. Students gather around patient on gurney and offer ideas 
  4. Show video clip of human digestive system 
  5. Discuss each digestive system organ 
  6. Teacher distributes organs to student pairs, one at a time 
  7. discusses structure and function of each organ 
  8. Assemble digestive organs within human cadaver 
  9. Students are paired; organs are set next to cadaver in random order 6. Take field trip to synthetic cadaver lab 
  10. Debrief lesson and assign homework

Media Support

  • Classroom Space 
    • CSS1 Cadaver Lab
  • Virtual Field Trips & Lab Demonstrations 
    • FT-S-15 Comparative Anatomy 
    • FT-S-37 Anatomizing
  • 2D Videos 
    • VD-S-111 Human Digestion
  • 3D Objects 
    • OB-S-32 Human Cadaver Shell 
    • OB-S-14 Oral cavity 
    • OB-S-20 Esophagus 
    • OB-S-22 Stomach 
    • OB-S-23 Small intestine 
    • OB-S-24 Large Intestine 

Suggested Ancillary Support

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  • Lesson Objectives 
    • Describe the overall functions of the digestive system 
    • Differentiate between the organs of the alimentary canal 
    • Observe the anatomy of digestive organs 
    • Assemble the digestive tract
  • Discussion & Vocabulary 
    • Alimentary Canal: organs that food moves through 
    • Accessory Organs: liver, gallbladder, pancreas 
    • Oral Cavity (teeth & tongue) 
    • Saliva softens food 
    • Mechanically grind up food 
    • Adults have 32 teeth? 
    • Incisors, canines, premolars, molars 
    • Top of tongue covered by papillae 
    • Taste buds: sweet, sour, salty, bitter, umami 
    • Involved in chewing, swallowing, tasting, speaking 
    • Esophagus 
    • Sphincter valve prevents backflow 
    • Connects pharynx to stomach 
    • Moves food through peristalsis 
    • Stomach 
    • Gastric juices begin chemical digestion 
    • Mucus protects it from its own acidity 
    • Mechanically churns food 
    • Small Intestine 
    • Longest portion; averages 6-7 meters in length 
    • Duodenum, jejunum, ileum 
    • Completes chemical digestion 
    • All nutrient absorption occurs here 
    • Large Intestine 
    • Feces compaction 
    • Water and electrolyte reabsorption 
    • Referred to as the colon 
    • Ascending, transverse, descending, sigmoid colons 
    • Averages 1.5 meters in length

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Cost Breakdown

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Setup Training and Installation:

$15,000

Annual fee after first year:

$5,000

(This includes all updates, annual training for professors and 20 licenses)

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