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Fig 1 Gross Anatomy of the Kidney, Use the diagram above of the human kidney to identify the bulleted. structures These structures are the ones you need to memorize. fibrous capsule, renal cortex, renal medulla, renal pelvis. renal sinus, renal papilla, renal pyramid, renal blood vessels. Check Your Understanding, Try to answer the following questions without looking at your notes. 1 How does the renal medulla differ from the renal cortex. 2 How many renal papilla e does the cat kidney have How does that number. compare with that of the pig and human, 3 What structures carry urine from the kidney to the bladder.
Bio 4 Lab The Kidney 2, A cat and human kidney will be available in the lab for comparison to the pig kidney. Notice the size differences and also how the cat kidney only has one pyramid and. therefore only one renal papilla, Bio 4 Lab The Kidney 3. Human Anatomy Lab Reproductive System, Table of Contents. Expected Learning Outcomes 79, Introduction 79, Structures of the Female Reproductive System 79. Structures of the Male Reproductive System 81, Check your understanding 81.
Expected Learning Outcomes, At the end of the labs where you examine internal sructures you will be able to. locate and write the names of structures in the male reproductive system. locate and write the names of structures in the female reproductive system. observe pathologies and variation among individuals and. identify and write the names of male and female urogenital structures of the cat. Introduction, The reproductive system in our cadavers is not always complete It is not uncommon for. elderly females to have had a hysterectomy and ovarioectomy limiting what we can see. in those cadavers For that reason we will also look at female dissected cats and in this. way we can observe the uterus and ovaries that otherwise would not have been present. In the male cadavers we are also partially limited by the complexity of a full dissection of. the male reproductive system Dissected male cats will supplement our demonstrations. presenting structures not visible in the dissected human. STRUCTURES OF THE FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM, Locate on the female cat. uterine horns, round ligament, broad ligament, urogenital sinus. Bio 4 Lab Reproductive System 4, Locate on the female cadaver.
ovarian ligament, infundibulum, Figure 1 Female Reproductive Tract posterior view. Bio 4 Lab Reproductive System 5, STRUCTURES OF THE MALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM. Locate on the male cadaver, tunica vaginalis, tunica albuginea. epididymis, ductus deferens, Locate on the male cat. tunica vaginalis, epididymis, ductus deferens, spermatic cord.
spermatic artery, spermatic vein, Figure 2 Male Reproductive System. prostate gland posterior view, Check Your Understanding. Try to answer the following questions without looking at your notes. 1 Where does the fetus develop in the cat versus the human. 2 What is the function of the ovarian ligament in the human. 3 Trace the movement of a sperm cell leaving the testis and name the structures it. would travel through before leaving the penis, Bio 4 Lab Reproductive System 6. human kidneys The pig kidney is very similar to the human kidney so we are able to use it instead for the study of human anatomy Each pair of students will receive one pig kidney to study At the end of the lab you will be asked to put the kidney in a plastic bag with your name on it Return it to the refrigerated chamber to save for future

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