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What is a dissecting tray made of?
Dissecting pans are made of durable aluminum and include a layer of black wax.
What holds specimen on dissecting tray?
Used to hold and measure liquids. Usually holds liquids. Dissecting Pins. Holds specimen on dissecting tray.
Why is it important to know and learn the basic dissection?
Dissection is also important because it: Helps students learn about the internal structures of animals. Helps students learn how the tissues and organs are interrelated. Gives students an appreciation of the complexity of organisms in a hands-on learning environment.
What is used to hold a specimen?
Microscope slide- Used to hold specimen for viewing under the microscope.
What do I need for dissection?
The basic dissection tools are a dissection tray, pins, a scalpel, and scissors. You can also use a teasing needle or probe to examine delicate parts. Sometimes it’s helpful to have multiple scalpels or teasing needles, as a different size or shape may help examine different parts of a specimen.
What kind of instrument trays are used for dissection?
Epredia™ Shandon Stainless-Steel Covered Instrument Trays are available in three sizes. Epredia™ Shandon Stainless-Steel Instrument Trays are available in two sizes. Work conveniently on an elevated cutting surface with Shandon Raised Dissecting Boards.
What are the dimensions of a dissecting tray?
A reversible dissecting tray that contains four different size scales and a drain groove around the edge. It is constructed out of high density polyethylene and is autoclavable. Dimensions: 13 in.x11 in.x 1/2 in. Strong and inexpensive disposable cutting board provides a clean, safer and more efficient way of handling infectious tissue specimens.
Which is the best dissection table to use?
Mopec Stainless Steel Dissecting Table can accommodate large or small standard dissection boards Unbreakable, lightweight trays with pads clean up easily. Keep specimens looking fresh between dissection periods. Major tool in dissection is available without dissecting wax. Fast, easy cleanup.
What kind of Cork is used in dissection?
Mopec Dissecting Board, Neoprene Cork with Optional Legs offers durability during dissection and is fluid resistant Epredia™ Shandon Stainless-Steel Covered Instrument Trays are available in three sizes.