BIOL 100L Midterm: Pratical test

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California State University-Northridge
Kay- Nishiyama, Cynthia A

Anus- place where solid waste products exit the body basically a hole on the exterior Genital papilla- egg and sperm deposition Urogenital opening- embryos Umbilical cord-attach developing pig to placenta Scrotal sac- contain testis Mammary papilla- allow to feed the young one Facial nerve- motor control of all the muscle of facial expression Mandibular glands- produces most of the nocturnal saliva Masseter muscle- use for chewing Parotid glands- salivary amylase Parotid duct- to facilitate mastication and swallowing and to begin the digestion of starches. Nasopharynx- air passage Soft palate- pharyngeal passage during swallowing Hard palate-help with breathing and chewing Epiglottis- direct air and food into correct tube Lungs- excrete co2 Heart - muscular organ, which functions as a pump for the movement of blood through the body Spleen- filter and clean blood Stomach-temporary food storage Gall bladder-store excess bile Liver-produce bile Thymus-produce thymosin and thymoprotein Thyroid glands- produce hormone Trachea- wind pipe bring air to the lungs Larynx-voicebox Esophagus- food passage Colon- reabsorb water Cecum -digestive process of most herbivores but is reduced in omnivores and carnivores Jejunum- finalizing food digestion Ileum- absorb water and vitamin Duodenum- food digestion Mesentery – hold internal organ place Common bile duct- carry bile from liver to gallbladder Pancreas- regulate blood sugar levels Ovaries- produce egg Rectum- water reabsorption and fecal storage until elimination Urinary bladder- hold urine Epididymis-stores sperms Testis- produce sperm and hormones Penis-acts as a conduit for urine to leave the body Vagina- birth canal Uterus-implantation of fertilized egg Urethra- carry urine Oviducts- receives egg at ovulation; site of fertilization Ureter- drain urine Bulbourethral glands- was residual urine out of urethra Adrenal glands – release of epinephrine Kidney - Excrete urea, regulates water and solute concentration Femoral Artery- provide blood to the thigh and to the arteries that circulat
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