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#1 is through a “sac-like” organ on the inferior portion of the pig.
#5-small dots on the belly of the pig.
#10-back tooth #11-front tooth
#14-small extension under the tail #15-What is the gender of this pig?
#16-What is the gender of the pig? #17-circular-shaped structure 18-Tubing around circular-shaped structure
#20-Flap at the base of the long organ
#21-Name the MAIN organ #22-23-Make sure you use anatomical position!
#24-Tissue between the bones #25-Long Tube #26-SPECIFIC part of the organ (black flap)
#27-Specific part of the organ #28-Bone #29-tissue that you cut during the dissection (helps with breathing) #30-found attached to the umbilical cord
#31-Name the MAIN organ #32-”Flap” #33-Tube-like structure that carries feces
#34- Hole that allows feces to exit
#36-Tube coming from large organ #37-small, brown shaped organ
#38- You have two of these…. #39- “grainy” organ that lies on the posterior wall #40-”sac-like” organ that lies beneath the largest organ in the body #41-empty bag, unless food is present
#42-44-The specific portions of the organ #45-Bean-shaped organ in the throat #46-tissue found in throat, also on superior portion of the heart
#47-Specific part (superior portion of organ) #48-Specific part (inferior portion of organ)
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