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Fetal Pig Dissection




Biology questions for Course Hero.docx Download Attachment;Introduction to Biology Laboratory;Fetal Pig Dissection I;Using the six directional terms from this lab, answer questions 1 - 4;1.;2.;3.;4.;5.;6.;What is the location of the mammary papillae?;Is the head anterior or posterior to the trunk?;Is the umbilical cord, connected medially, or laterally?;Name the main organ medial to the lungs.;What main organs are located in the thorax?;Other than by the presence, or absence of the scrotum, tell how to sex the pig by its;external anatomy.;7. Name the round gland located ventral to the trachea and posterior to the larynx.;8. Where in general would one look to find the epiglottis and the pharynx?;9. The caecum lies at the junction of, which two digestive organs?;10. What sac-like organ is found in the posterior part of the right lobe of the liver?;11. True or false: both sexes have mammary papillae.;12. What are the appendages of the pig?;13. How can you distinguish the large from the small intestines?;14. How can one distinguish the trachea visually?;15. Where is the diaphragm located?;16. What organ lies in the connective tissue between the stomach and the first part of the;small intestines?;17. Using Table 34-1 on text p. 657, tell how long would you have to walk for exercise to;burn up" the 500 calorie value of a cheeseburger. How long if you studied biology?;18. Which food item shown in table 34-1 has the fastest "time to work off" by various;activities?;19. What are the external nares?;20. Give one valid reason for doing a dissection of a fetal pig.;View Full Attachment;table 34-1 on p. 657 001.jpg


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