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Department
Biological Sciences
Course
BIOB33H3
Professor
Connie Potroff
Semester
Winter

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1 LAB 8 - REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM & URINARY SYSTEMS For this week's lab, you will be responsible for dissecting the Reproductive Urinary System on pages 56 to 59. You need to be able to locate all of the structures listed below. Kidneys Adrenal glands - you don't need to locate these Urinary bladder Ureters Female Genitourinary System pg. 56-57 Kidneys Ureters Bladder Urethra Ovaries Oviducts Uterine horns Uterine cervix Vagina Urogenital sinus Urethral orifice Urogenital papilla Urogenital opening NOT responsible for: (all on pg. 57) Uteroverian artery and vein Clitoris Labia majora Messenteries Broad ligament Suspensory ligaments of the ovaries Male Genitourinary System pg. 58-59 Testes Epididymis Vas deferens Spermatic cord Prostrate gland and seminal vesicles 2 NOT responsible for: (all on pg. 59) Inguinal canal Spermatic vein and artery The structures listed at the bottom of pg. 59 (from pg. 67 & 68) LAB 9 – CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM & HEART 3 For this week's and next week's labs, you will be responsible for dissecting the Cardiovascular System, Arteries on pages 71 to 79, Veins on pages 62-6 AND the Heart pg. 84-89. You need to be able to locate all of the structures listed below. ARTERIES (pg. 70-79) Anterior Ateries. 70-71 Pulmonary trunk Ductus arteriosus Coronary arteries Right coronary artery Left coronary artery Left circumflex artery Anterior interventricular coronary artery Aorta (aortic arch, thoracic aorta, abdominal aorta) Brachiocephalic artery Subclavian arteries Bi-carotid trunk Right and left common carotid arteries Internal carotid artery External carotid artery Lingual artery Facial artery Maxillary artery Arm and Chest Wall Arteries pg. 72-73 Aorta (as above) Subclavian artery (as above) Subclavian artery (as above) Costocervical trunk Dorsal artery Anterior intercostal artery Vertebral artery Thyrocervical (inferior cervical) artery Internal mammary (Internal thoracic) artery External thoracic (Lateral thoracic) artery Axillary artery Brachial artery Subscapular artery Thoracodorsal artery - not responsible for 4 Page 74-75 - do NOT remove the veins Review #1-22, 24) not responsible for Other Thoracic Branches of the Aorta Abdominal Arteries pg. 76-77 Aorta (as above) Celiac artery Gastrohepatic artery Gastric artery Splenic artery Anterior mesenteric artery Phrenico-abdominal artery Adrenal arteries - not responsible for Renal arteries Gonadal arteries (spermatic in males, utero-ovarian in females) Posterior mesenteric artery Lumbar arteries - not responsible for Posterior Arteies pg. 78-79 External iliac artery Internal iliac artery Umbilical arteries Circumflex iliac artery Femoral artery Deep femoral artery Saphenous artery Popliteal artery Median sacral artery - not responsible for VEINS (pg. 62-67) Anterior Veins pg. 62-63 Anterior vena cava Innominate veins Internal jugular vein Maxillary vein Linguofacial vein Facial vein Ligual vein 5 Transverse jugular vein Arm and Chest Wall Veins pg. 64-65 Anterior vena cava (as above) Costocervical trunk Dorsal vein Anterior intercostal vein Internal thoracic vein (internal mammary vein) Innominate veins (brachiocephalic veins) (as above) Exteranl jugular vein Cephalic vein Subscapular vein Subclavian vein Axillary vein Brachial vein Thoracodorsal vein Long thoracic vein Abdominal Veins pg. 66-67 Hepatic Portal System Anterior mesenteric vein Gastrosplenic vein Hepatic portal vein Gastroduodenal vein Gastric vein Splenic vein Systemic Posterior Veins Posterior vena cava Renal veins Posterior mesenteric vein - not responsible for Genital veins - not responsible for THE HEART Dorsal Aspect pg. 84-85 Aorta 6 Brachiocephalic artery Pulmonary trunk Right and left pulmonary arteries Ligmentum arteriosum - not responsible for Right atrium Left atrium Right ventricle Interventricular sulcus Left ventricle Pulmonary veins Posterior vena cava Anterior vena cava Coronal Section pg. 86-87 Myocardium Interventricular septum Papillary muscles Chordae tendinae Tricuspid valve Mitral valve Right lateral view pg. 88-89 Anterior vena cava Entrance of posterior vena cava Coronal sinus entrance Tricuspid valve Chordae tendinae P
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