Digestive System
Task # 8
1. Take as many snapshots as you need to show the following structures associated with the upper digestive system. Include 5 of the following as labels on your diagram:
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2. Take snapshots to show the structures associated with the lower digestive system. Include 5 of the following as labels on your diagram:

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  • pyloris
  • duodenum--
  • small intestine--
  • colon--
  • caecum--
  • rectum
  • anus
  • spleen
  • pancreas

Structures
Descriptions
Fuctions
Liver
Thick, Rounded, Dark colored
Extramural Organ
Gallbladder
Small, hidden by liver
concentrates Bile
Anus
Oval[circular]
exitting hole where disgestive process ends
Espohogus
thin, long, muscles
muscular tube that food passes through
Rectum
Long thin tube
where solid waste is stored before exits body
Pancreas
Pointed, hidden, smushy
gland located behind the stomach secretes pancreatic juice and insulin
Spleen
Smooth, squishy
produces cells and imunity process
Pyloris
thin, valve-like
bottom of stomach that allows amounts of food to enter intestines
duodenum
a tube leading from the liver and starting the small intestine
pancreatic duct opening
colon
compact colied mass
major portion of the large intestine
4.Construct a chart including the following terms associated with the digestive system. Include 3 columns with the following headings: Structure, Description(what it looks like), Function(what it does).

discription
function
mucosa
internal structure of the small intestine

villi
internal structure of the small intestine

lumen
internal structure of the small intestine
digest cellulose
rugae
small black structure
increases the internal surface area
meconium
grenn debris found in the stomach
amniotic fluid swallowed by the fetus
5. How many lobes does the liver have? Explain The liver has fore lobes, that i counted and could abserve.
6. What is the relationship between the liver and the gall bladder? The liver and the gall bladder both help the pig to kill any kind of posien or other things that can harm the pig internally.
7. Sequence the three parts of the small intestine? Differentiate between the function(s) of each section. the three parts of the small intestine inclued duodenum (pancreatic duct opening), jejunum( ), and then into the ileum( ).
8. Our colon looks like an upside down U. Compare to the pig's - What's the difference? The difference between our colon and the pig is that ours is shorter and is not coiled.
  1. ^ http://faculty.clintoncc.suny.edu/faculty/Michael.Gregory/files/Bio%20102/Bio%20102%20Laboratory/fetal%20pig/img011.jpg