Presentation on theme: "A). Submaxillary Salivary Gland-"— Presentation transcript:
1A). 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-
2E & 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.
3H) 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.
4L) 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
5Q. 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
6Abdominal Organs Identify the Following : Liver Gall Bladder Stomach PancreasSmall IntestineLarge IntestineKidney
7The Female Pelvic Cavity Identify the following:Urinary BladderUterusFallopian TubeOvaryVaginaFallopian Tube
8The Male Pelvic Cavity Identify the following: Urinary Bladder Penis TestesScrotumEpididymisVas Deferens
9Thoracic 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?
10Remove a Lung Cut the lung in a frontal cross section Identify the following:BronchiBronchiolesWhat are the alveoli?