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Biology 2 Pigeon Dissection Lab Review
4 What substance composes the structure of a birds beak? 4 keratin
4 Identify the phylogeny the speckled pigeon. Kingdom = animalia Phylum = chordata class = aves order = columbiforme genus = Columba species = guinea
4 What is the function of the syrinx? 4 Produces the bird songs and calls…it is used as their form of vocalization
4 Why are there small pebbles in the pigeons gizzard? 4 To help grind up the food for the bird since they lack teeth.
4 The stomach is composed of what two body parts? 4 The gizzard and the proventriculus
4 What are the two main muscles used for flying? 4 Pectoralis major and pectoralis minor
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