What is the very first step in dissecting a chicken wing?

What is the very first step in dissecting a chicken wing?

Terms in this set (11)

  1. Fist step in dissecting a chicken wing. Incision through the skin.
  2. Pull on the triceps muscle= The wing extends.
  3. Extensor. A muscle that contracts or extends a limb.
  4. Pull on the biceps muscle=
  5. Flexor.
  6. What tissue makes up the “meat” of the chicken?
  7. The Function of Ligaments.
  8. The Function of Tendons.

When a chicken bends its wing what bones move?

When one muscle in the pair bends part of the body, the other muscle extends or straightens part of the body. The upper wing consists of a humerus, which is at one end, and the ulna and the radius at the lower wing. These bones connect at the elbow joint.

What enables the chicken to move wings?

If you pull on the bicep muscles of the wing, you will first pull on the tendon that connects the muscle to the bone. The tendon then pulls on the bone that it is attached to and causes it to move. Bones are attached to each other with ligaments.

What is a ligament in a chicken wing?

LIGAMENTS – Cut through the skin and muscle down to the joint between the long bone and the center bone. Locate the strong white bands of connective tissue that connect the two bones together at the joint. This is a ligament.

Which component contracted or extended the chicken wing what type of tissue is it?

The correct answer is (c) muscle; muscle tissue. Skeletal muscles are attached to bones, and they move parts of the body by contracting, or shortening…

What tissue does skin attached to chicken wing?

CONNECTIVE TISSUE – First lift a corner of the skin and, with tweezers or forceps, peel it back gently from the muscle. Notice the shinny, thin, membrane that surrounds the muscle and attaches the muscle to the skin. This is connective tissue. MUSCLE TISSUE – Note the pink-orange bundles of fibers attached to the bone.

How do Ligaments hold bones together?

Ligaments often connect two bones together, particularly in the joints: Like strong, firmly attached straps or ropes, they stabilize the joint or hold the ends of two bones together. This ensures that the bones in the joint don’t twist too much or move too far apart and become dislocated.

What type of joint moves the wing at the elbow?

A hinge joint moves the wing at the elbow.

How do ligaments hold bones together?

How does the skeleton of the chicken wings function?

Explanation: The skeletal muscles often work in pairs to produce smooth, controlled motions by pulling, or contracting. When one muscle in the pair bends part of the body, the other muscle extends or straightens part of the body.