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What type of symmetry does a pig body have?
Bilateral
How many layers of embryonic tissue are present?
two layers, dermis and epidermis
Are cells organized into distinct tissues?
yes
How many digestive tract openings are present?
2, mouth and anus
Is the pig circulatory system open or closed?
closed circulatory system
What are the organs for respiration?
Lungs, Larynx, Trachea, Diaphragm,
What are the organs for excretion?
Kidneys, bladder, allantoic stalk, urethra, genitalia,
What is the method of locomotion?
unguligrade, feet
Are pig support systems internal or external?
external, bones
Is the pig body segmented?
yes
Body regions...
head, neck, trunk, tail
Two main cavities?
Abdominal, Thoracic
Outer embryonic skin...
Epitrichium
Located inside umbilical cord?
Umbilical Artery, Umbilical Vein, Allantoic Stalk
Present in pigs of both sexes?
Mammary Pappilae
Houses the lungs?
Pleural Cavity
Houses the heart?
Pericardial Cavity
Epithelial membranes lining the wall of the cavity
Parietal
Epithelial membranes covering organs
Visceral
Epithelial membrane covering lungs
Visceral Pleura
Epithelial membrane lining the wall of the pleural cavity
Parietal pleura
Epithelium covering organs in the peritoneal cavity
Viscreal Peritoneum
Substance that emulsifies fats
Bile
Portion of the small intestine connecting with the stomach
Duodenum
Fingerlike projection of the colon
Cecum
Extensive highly-convoluted portion of the small intestine
Jejuno-ileum
Central cavity located within the intestine
Lumen
Chamber located posterior to the mouth
Pharynx