stomach, esophagus, diaphram
what does the small intestine do?
absorbs nutrients and water from food
small intestine, large intestine, liver, stomach
what does the parotid do?
creates saliva and enzymes
valve in stomach that opens when food is ready to leave stomach and drain into small intestine.
what does the liver do?
makes bile to aid digestion. The liver also breaks down toxins and metabolizes other molecules.
makes enzymes and hormones like insulin. Located at base of stomach and against the dorsal body wall.
involved with manufacturing cells and components for the immune system
collects and stores bile from the liver. Attached to the liver.
attaches to placenta of mother, allows exchanges of gasses (O2 and CO2) and fluids (blood, water, wastes).
external sac that contains the testes, epididymis, etc.
a flat tube that connects the mouth to the stomach
kidney, ureter, urethra
remove wastes from the blood and send them to the urinary bladder. Also responsible for maintaining appropriate fluid levels, blood pressure, and ion concentrations.
small, external flap that covers the urogenital opening
: Path of air inwards: external nares à nasal passage à nasopharynx à glottis à larynx à trachea à bronchi à respiratory tree (bronchi and bronchioles) à aveoli à capillaries à oxygen enters red blood cells
mouth/saliva à pharynx à past the epiglottis flap which is pulled down so food can enter the esophagus à stomach à pyloric valve (which you won’t be able to see, which opens to dump stomach contents into the intestines)à small intestine à cecum (a short fat outpocket which helps digest plant material) à large intestine (also called colon; primarily responsible for re-adsorption of water) à rectum (where feces gather before they are excreted) à anus
trace liquid wastes
blood à kidney à ureter à urinary bladder à urethra à penis (males)/urogenital opening (females)
De-oxygenated blood from body in veins à caudal or cranial vena cava à right atrium à right atrioventricular valve à right ventricle à right semi-lunar valve à pulmonary artery à lungs (gets oxygenated) à pulmonary veins à left atrium à left atrioventricular valve à left ventricle à left semi-lunar valve à aorta à arteries to rest of body à as blood is de-oxygenated it flows from body back to heart to begin cycle again
A - stomach
B - pancreas
C - large intestine
D - small intestine
A - Uterine Horn (Fallopian Tube)
B - Ovary
C - Vagina
A - larynx
B - trachea
C - bronchial tube
D - lung
E - respiratory
A - kidney
B - ureter
C - bladder
A - hard palate
B - epiglottis
C - tongue
A - Numbers 5 and 6 are the
B - Number 1 is the
C - The system pictured is the
A - carotid arteries
B - Aorta
C - circulatory