Procedure
Part A:
Organization in Multicellular Organisms and Anatomical Terms

• Use the "Organization in Multicellular Organisms" and "Anatomical Terms and Directions" sections to help you answer questions in Part A of the Lab Report

Procedure
Part B:
External Anatomy

• Use the images on these slides to answer the questions in Part B of the Lab Report.
• Use Figures 10.1, 10.2 and the description of the organs given above to help you locate the organs.
• Use the Black arrow to navigate from Image 1 to Image 2.

Part B: Image 1 shows two fetal pigs. On the left is a Male, on the right is a Female. Between them one structure has been enlarged for a clearer view. 
In the image of the Male the letter A pointing to many circular structures on either side of the umbilical cord on the pig’s ventral surface. These can also be seen in the female. The letter B is pointing to an opening posterior to the umbilical cord and anterior to the anus. The letter C is pointing to a sac between the male pig’s hind legs. 
Enlarged in the center of the image is a cord still attacked to the fetal pig’s ventral surface. In the enlarged area the letter D is pointing to one of two small circles and the letter E is pointing to one larger, irregular shaped opening. 
In the image of the Female pig the letter F is pointing to the cord itself and the letter G is pointing to a small raised piece of flesh anterior to the anus.
Part B: Image 2 shows a lateral view of a fetal pig. On the pig’s head the letter A is pointing to flaps on the top and sides of the head. The letter B is pointing to a structure just above the eye. The letter C is pointing to one of two small openings at the most anterior part of the head. The letter D is pointing a fleshy, muscular organ protruding from the mouth. 
On the pig’s trunk the letter E is pointing to a joint distal to the shoulder. The letter F is point to a joint found distal to the letter E. the letter G is pointing to a cord on the fetal pig’s ventral surface. The letter H is pointing to one of many small circular structures on the pig’s ventral surface. The letter I is pointing to an opening just beneath the tail. The letter J is pointing to a joint distal to the hip The letter K is pointing to a joint distal to letter J.

Part C:
Internal Anatomy

• Use the images on these slides to answer the questions in Part C of the Lab Report.
• Use the "Components of the Digestive System" , The "Oral Cavity" Figures and the description of the organs given above to help you locate the organs.
• Use the Black arrow to navigate from Image 1 to Image 2.

Part C: Image 1 shows the cat’s oral cavity. The letter A is pointing to a tube in the back of the pharynx. The letter B is pointing to a white, cartilage structure attached covering the pharynx. The letter C is pointing to the anterior roof of the mouths that contains bony ridges. The letter D is pointing to the posterior roof of the mouth that lacks ridges.
Part C: Image 2 shows a fetal pig that has been dissected to reveal the organs in the thoracic and abdominal cavities.
The letter A is pointing the thin muscle that separates the thoracic and abdominal cavities. The letter B is pointing to the sac-like organ attached to the bottom of the liver. The letter C is pointing to a coiled mass that takes up most of the abdominal cavity. The letter D is pointing to the large, dark colored organ just below the diaphragm. The letter E is pointing to the sac like organ in the abdominal cavity. The letter F is pointing the  shorter. thicker coiled mass in the abdominal cavity. The letter G is pointing to ribbon shaped organ to the left of the pig’s stomach.

Part D:
Additional Questions

• Answer the questions in Part D of Lab 10 Lab Report.
• Use the "Digestive System" section and the clickable image of food moving through the digestive tract to help you answer these questions.

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