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Label the Kidney

A = interlobar arteries and veins B = renal artery C = renal vein D = ureter E = renal pyramids F = minor calyx G = major calyx H = renal pelvis I = capsule J = medulla K = cortex L = nephrons

Quiz: Respiratory System

A:  Mouth | B: Thyroid Gland | C:  Trachea |  D: Primary Bronchi E:  Secondary Bronchi |  AB:  Bronchioles or Tertiary Bronchi AC:  Alveoli  |  AD:  Pleural Cavity |  AE:  Diaphragm BC:  Cardiac Notch |  BD:  Pharynx  |  BE:  Epiglottis CD:  Thyroid Cartilage (Adam’s Apple) |  CE:  Larynx DE:

Skull – Mandible

The mandible is the lower jaw and articulates with the skull at the coronoid process and the mandibular condyle.   Two perpendicular parts (creating a right angle) are called the rami (ramu, singular.)   A hole at the front of the mandible provide an opening for nerves

Stomach and Pyloric Sphincter Valve

The pyloric sphincter valve is found between the stomach and the duodenum of the small intestine.  It regulates the passage of food from the stomach into the small intestine.  On the dissected frog below, the black pin indicates the stomach and the red indicates the location of

Heart and Lungs

The heart and lungs of mammals are closely associated.  You can find the lungs located on either side of the heart and often toward the dorsal side of the thoracic cavity.  The lungs are soft, spongy tissue that are attached to the heart by the pulmonary artery

Label the Structures of the Pelvis

                Answers: A=sacrum B = ilium C = acetabulum D = ischium E = obturator foramen AB = pubis AC = symphysis pubis AD = sacroiliac joint This quiz is also available on quizlet.

Gallbladder

The gallbladder is part of the biliary system (with the liver and the bile ducts) and has the primary job of storing bile.   Humans can live without a gallbladder, the removal of the organ is called a cholecystectomy.   Some animals don’t even have a gallbladder

Aorta and Pulmonary Vessels

Often students mistake the pulmonary artery for the aorta.  The pulmonary artery, or pulmonary trunk, is the most anterior vessel found on the heart; it is indicated below with a blue pencil.  The aorta lies behind the pulmonary trunk, indicated with the red pencil. When the heart

Brachiocephalic Artery in Cats

In humans, the arch of the aorta has three main branches that deliver blood to the head and arms.  The cat only has two vessels that branch directly from the aorta.   Many of the cat diagrams will show the following diagram to help you locate the

Celiac Trunk

The celiac trunk (artery) is the first major branch of the abdominal aorta, as shown in the photo below. The celiac artery then branches into the gastric artery, which goes to the stomach, the hepatic artery  that goes to the liver, and the splenic artery that goes