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pig disection

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pumps bood
heart
produces digestive juices
pancreas
carries blood from heart to seperior vena cava
jugular veins
produces urine
kidney
secretes estrogen and progesterone
ovaries
produces sperm
testies
carries food from pharynx to stomach
esophagus
stores urine
urinary bladder
carries blood from aorta to kidney
renal artery
carries blood from upper regions of the body to right atrium
superior vena cava
controls temperature of testies
scrotal sac
used to make sounds
larynx
carries ova from ovary to uterus
fallopian tubes
pumps blood into aorta
left ventricle
carries blood from kidney to postieror vena cava
renal vein
digestion and abosorption of nutrients
small intestine
absorption of vitamins, houses E. coli
large intestine
produces bile stores glycogen
liver
pumps blood intopulmonary trunk
right ventricle
pumps blood from vena cava into right ventricle
right atrium
carries blood from bicarotid trunk to head
common carotid arteries
carries air between larynx and bronchi
trachea
forms roof of mouth
hard palate
major digestion occurs here
duodenum
produces cells for immune system
thymus
carries blood from left ventricle to rest of the body
aorta
carries urine from kidney to urinary bladder
ureter
prevents food from entering nasopharynx
soft palate
houses microorganisms that aid in cellulose digestion
caecum
secretes adrenaline
adrenal gland
site of fetal development
uterus
stores fecal material until eliminated
rectum
carries blood from pulmonary trunk to lungs
pulmonary arteries
birth canal
vagina
produces preejaculatory fluid
bulbourethral glands
secretes thyroxin, controls metabolic rate
Thyroid
carries blood from pulmonary trunk to aorta
ductus arteriosus
carries blood from lower regions of the body to right atrium
inferior vena cava
used to inhale
diaphragm
stores and concentrates bile
gallbladder