In addition to the identification of the muscles listed above, the first testl will include the notes given in class and how muscles are named p. 174 of Marieb and p.187 in "Hole's". You should be able to give an example of a muscle named in that way. For example a muscle named for the direction of its fibers is the external oblique (fibers run at an angle or obliquely)
If you click on the Dissection Pictures button to the left, you will find some pictures I have taken of actual dissected cats. Pictures of both dorsal and ventral muscles are included in the slide show.
Another resource to help you study for the practical is the
Dissection Review page from McGraw-Hill publishers and Penn State
University. It has excellent professional quality photographs that give
the origin, insertion, and action of a muscle when you click on it.