Presentation on theme: "A). Submaxillary Salivary Gland-"— Presentation transcript:
1 A). Submaxillary Salivary Gland- B) Trachea- Conducts air from the larynx to the lungs. Lining helps catch impurities from the inhaled air.C) Thymus gland- produces WBC’sD) Right Atrium-
2 E & N) Lungs- organs used for gas exchange F) Diaphragm- muscle sheet that separates the thoracic cavity from the abdominal cavity. Increases the space of the chest cavity to allow lungs to fill with air.G) Liver- produces bile, cleans and detoxifies blood, and stores glycogen in response to insulin produced by pancreas.
3 H) Small intestine- large molecules are broken down to absorbable size H) Small intestine- large molecules are broken down to absorbable size. Digests and absorbs nutrients.I) Larynx- voice boxJ) Thyroid gland- produces hormones that control metabolic rate and body growth.K) Esophagus- moves swallowed food to stomach.
4 L) Left Atrium- receives oxygen rich blood from the lungs M) Ventricle- bottom chamber of heart that pumps blood outN) See function for E.O) Stomach- chemical breakdown of foods with strong acids.P) Spleen- cleans blood, removes old RBC’s
5 Q. Large intestine- connected to small intestine Q. Large intestine- connected to small intestine. Reabsorption of water and final digestion of any vitamins and minerals.R. Cecum- junction of small and large intestine. Sac for fermentation of fibrous plant materials
6 Abdominal Organs Identify the Following : Liver Gall Bladder Stomach PancreasSmall IntestineLarge IntestineKidney
7 The Female Pelvic Cavity Identify the following:Urinary BladderUterusFallopian TubeOvaryVaginaFallopian Tube
8 The Male Pelvic Cavity Identify the following: Urinary Bladder Penis TestesScrotumEpididymisVas Deferens
9 Thoracic Organs Identify the Following Trachea Bronchi Lungs Diaphragm HeartHow is the trachea different from the esophagus?2. How does the diaphragm contribute to the breathing process?
10 Remove a Lung Cut the lung in a frontal cross section Identify the following:BronchiBronchiolesWhat are the alveoli?