We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byEric Ruddick
Modified about 1 year ago
Organs BIO 2215 Oklahoma City Community College Dennis Anderson
Energy From Food
Mouth Teeth: Tear and grind food. Types Incisors - chisel-shaped - cutting
Mouth Teeth: Tear and grind food. Types Canines - “eye-teeth” - tearing
Mouth Teeth: Tear and grind food. Types Premolars Molars - Broad crowns - grinding
Mouth Salivary Glands: Moisten food and contain enzymes for the breakdown of starchy foods.
Pharynx Common passageway for food and air. Pharynx
Stomach Storage of food and digestion of protein. Stomach
Small Intestine Majority of digestion and absorption occurs here.
Large Intestine - Sections 1. Cecum 2. Ascending Colon 3. Transverse Colon 4. Descending Colon 5. Sigmoid Colon 6. Rectum 7. Anus
Accessory Organs of Digestion Liver: Produces bile to aid in the digestion of lipids.
Gall Bladder and Pancreas Pancreas Duodenum Main pancreatic duct Common Bile Duct Cystic Duct
Accessory Organs of Digestion Gallbladder: Stores bile until it is released into the small intestine.
Accessory Organs of Digestion Pancreas: Produces many types of enzymes used in the small intestine to digest food.
Surface Anatomy - Anterior View
Receives blood returning from the body Right Atrium
Returns blood to right atrium from upper parts of the body Superior Vena Cava (Precava)
Receives blood from right atrium & pumps it into the pulmonary artery. Right Ventricle
Pumps blood to the lungs. Pulmonary Artery
Receives blood from the lungs. Left Atrium
Receives blood from the left atrium & pumps it into the aorta. Left Ventricle
Pumps blood to the body. Aorta
Supply oxygen, hormones & nutrients to the tissues of the heart. Coronary Arteries
Remove carbon dioxide and wastes from the tissues of the heart. Cardiac Veins
Heart - Posterior View
Returns blood from inferior parts of the body to the right atrium. Inferior Vena Cava (Postcava)
Return blood from the lungs to the left atrium. Pulmonary Veins
Major Arteries of the Body
Aortic Arch Abdominal Aorta Brachiocephalic
External IliacInternal Iliac Femoral Arteries of the Legs
Arteries of the Head & Neck
Arteries of the Arm & Shoulder Subclavian Axillary
Major Veins of the Body
Major Veins of the Head & Neck
Major Veins of Arm & Shoulder Brachial Vein Subclavian Vein
Major Veins of the Abdomen External Iliac Internal Iliac Common Iliac Renal Inferior Vena Cava
Major Veins of the Legs Internal Iliac Vein External Iliac Common Iliac Vein
Larynx Thymus Lung Heart
Cat Dissection #2 Cardiovascular System. Right common carotid artery Right brachial artery Right axillary artery Right subclavian artery Brachiocephalic.
Cat Dissection Digestive Labs. Frontal sinus Sphenoidal sinus Nasal cavity Palate Oral cavity Tongue Pharynx Epiglottis Larynx Trachea Esophagus.
Blood Vessels & Circulation Cardiovascular System - 2 for student copy.
BLOOD VESSELS & CIRCULATION Anatomy & Physiology.
Trachea Rt Atrium Esophagus Lung Trachea Thyroid Lt Common Carotid Artery Thymus Larynx.
Fetal Pig Dissection Review Mrs. Bormann, Mrs. Ippolito, Mrs. Olson, Mr. Shucha, and Mrs. Knapp.
Chapter 18: Anatomy of the Blood Vessels Chapter 18: Anatomy of the Blood Vessels.
ARTERIAL SYSTEM Major Arteries exiting the heart: ● PULMONARY ARTERIES (from heart to lungs) ● AORTA.
Arteries & Veins To Know For Practical. Parts of Intrinsic Conduction System Sinoatrial Node (SA node) - the pacemaker; where the action potential originates,
Mink Dissection Review. Menu Neck & Thoracic Cavity Abdominal Cavity Heart Blood Vessels Urinary System Reproductive Systems.
Circulatory System Review Sheet 7A. Mouth/oral cavity Salivary glands esophagus liver pancreas stomach Large intestine rectum anus Small intestine Gall.
Blood Vessels. Arterial Branches of Systemic Circulation All are branches from aorta supplying arms, head, lower limbs and all viscera with O2 from the.
Blood Flow Through the Heart. Right Lung Left Lung.
Rat Dissection Review. Rat Dissection 1.Trachea 2.Heart 3.Lung 4.Diaphragm Source #2 THORACIC CAVITY.
Functional Anatomy of Blood Vessels. Special Circulations Pulmonary Circulation Right ventricle ↓ Pulmonary trunk ↓ Right and left pulmonary arteries.
BIG TUESDAY CLICKER!!!!. What is this structure? 1.Ovary 2.Testes 3.Uterus 4.Fallopian Tube 5.Kidney 6.Ureter 7.Bladder.
Trachea Heart Esophagus Lung Trachea Thyroid Lt Common Carotid Artery Larynx Rt Common Carotid Artery.
Digestive System (Gastrointestinal) Functions of the Digestive system: 1.Intake and digestion of food 2.Absorption of nutrients from digested food 3.Elimination.
VENOUS SYSTEM Chapter 13 Cardiovascular System. Venous System Returns blood to the heart after blood and body cells exchange gases, nutrients, and wastes.
The Fetal Pig A Photographic Record. Complete Dissection.
REVIEW Nutrition & Transport. 1. Explain what a food label tells you. The nutritional facts found in processed foods.
Radiographic Physiology Cardiovascular System Arteries and Veins Cardiovascular System.
Mink Dissection. Mink Prelab Safety first! RESPECT the Mink External Anatomy Clean up is crucial!
Chapter 18 The Digestive System. General info: General info: Basic “tube-within-a-tube” Basic “tube-within-a-tube” Digestion by mechanical & chemical.
Digestive System Functions of the Digestive system: 1.Intake and digestion of food 2.Absorption of nutrients from digested food 3.Elimination of solid.
By: Ardi Malek Boushehri Drew Simon. Function of Cardiovascular System The cardiovascular systems main function is to maintain blood flow to all parts.
Fig Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display. Arteries of the head and trunk Internal carotid.
Side view Dissection of the Fetal Pig (Sus scrofa) place where latex paint was injected into the jugular vein and the carotid artery 1.umbilical cord-
21-1 Lecture 19 Circulatory System II Capillary Network Capillary network made of arterial and venous capillaries Venules drain network Blood flows.
Circulatory System. Cardiovascular System Includes heart, blood, blood vessels Moves materials to all parts of your body – Movement of materials into.
HEART MODEL I Anterior View Apex Ascending Aorta Aortic Arch Auricle of Left Atrium Auricle of Right Atrium Pulmonary Trunk Superior Vena Cava Left & Right.
Human Circulatory System Major Vessels Starred Slides for Quizzes.
Lab # 3 Blood Vessels Anatomy. Arteries Veins Capillaries They carry blood away from the heart (they are efferent vessels) They carry blood back to (toward)
Human Anatomy & Physiology Cardiovascular System Lymphatic System Respiratory System Digestive System.
Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology Copyright © 2003 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Benjamin Cummings Slides – Seventh Edition.
Copyright © 2006 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Benjamin Cummings THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM.
Lab Exercise: Anatomy of Blood Vessels. Blood Vessel Histology.
Pulse Pressure: Difference between the systolic and diastolic measurements (Remember systolic is the number on the top of the ratio) Ex: 120/80 means that.
Ascending aorta R & L coronary artery Figure 20.9a, b Coronary Circulation: Veins.
Sex determinationMale Female Male 8- urethra 9- scrotum 11- anus 6- umbilical cord.
Function of Digestive System Digestion The mechanical and chemical breakdown of foods for use by the body’s cells Absorption The passage of digested.
Exercise 36 Blood vessels. The wall of the blood vessels Three distinct layers Tunica intima Lines the lumen Simple squamous epithelium endothelium and.
DIGESTIVE SYSTEM Chapter 3. Digestion is the mechanical and chemical breaking down of food into smaller components, to a form that can be absorbed, for.
Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University 1 GastroIntestinal System Revision of anatomy and physiology.
DIGESTIVE SYSTEM STRUCTURES & FUNCTIONS. DIGESTION The process of changing complex foods into simpler soluble forms that can be used by the body.
DIGESTIVE SYSTEM Mr. Z’s Cool Science Classes. Digestive System Digestion- process by which foods are changed into forms the body can use.
Animal Nutrition Nutrients Carbohydrates Fats Proteins Vitamins C and D Calcium Iron Fiber Ingestion Egestion Minerals (Salts, Calcium and Iron) Balanced.
FEMALE RAT DISSECTION - NIGEL CARDOZO - 11B BIOLOGY.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.