Quiz - Worm and Crayfish - Section 2: Prior Knowledge: Labratory Experience-Dissection

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Comparative Anatomy - How Do We Compare?

Unit 9: Comparative Anatomy and Dissections
Lesson 1 of 10

Objective: SWABT identify similarities and differences in the hierarchical organization of interacting body systems between humans, the earthworm, the crayfish, and the rat.

Big Idea: This culminating activity will enable the students to identify and explain the similarities and differences between the structures and functions of the anatomical body systems through a well-crafted written essay.

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Science, Comparative Anatomy, anatomy, dissections, Crayfish, rat, earthworm
  370 minutes
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