Fetal Pig Anatomy II (Circulatory & Respiratory Systems)

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sternum

flat bone lying midventrally to which ribs attach

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thymus gland

sizes regresses with age, important role in immune system development

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larynx

expanded structure through which air passes from the mouth to the narrower trachea, houses vocal cords

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thyroid gland

small reddish gland, covers the trachea, secretes hormones that influence metabolism

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trachea

allows air to pass into the lungs, supported by rings of cartilage

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pulmonary circuit

carries blood from heart to the lungs in arteries and back to the heart in veins

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systemic circuit

carries blood from the heart in arteries to all organs but the lungs and back to the heart in veins

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pericardial sac

encases the heart, tough membrane composed of two fused coelomic epithelial linings (parietal pericardium and parietal pleura)

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right atrium

small dark anteriorly located heart chamber that receives blood from the venae cavae

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left atrium

small dark anteriorly located heart chamber that receives blood from the pulmonary veins

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ventricles

large muscular heart chambers that contract to pump blood

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coronary artery

seen on heart surface where left and right ventricles share a common wall, carries blood to the heart tissue

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pulmonary trunk

large vessel lying on the ventral surface of the heart, carries blood from the right ventricle

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aorta

lies dorsal to the pulmonary trunk, carries blood from left ventricle

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ductus arterious

connects from pulmonary trunk

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pulmonary arteries

conduct blood to lungs

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atrioventricular valves

valves found b/t atria and ventricles

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brachiocephalic veins

unite in the cranial vena cava

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external and internal jugulars

carry blood returning from the head

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subclavian vein

drains blood from the front leg and shoulder

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common carotid arteries

carry blood to the head

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azygos vein

carries blood from the ribs to the heart

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coeliac artery

carries blood to the stomach and spleen

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cranial mesenteric artery

carries blood to the small intestine

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external iliac arteries

dorsal aorta branches into the hind legs

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femoral artery

carries blood to the muscles of the lower leg

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deep femoral artery

carries blood to the thigh muscles

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renal veins

carry blood away from kidneys

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hepatic veins

carry blood from the liver to the caudal vena cava

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portal system

second capillary bed is inserted in a second organs in the circulation pathway

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mesenteric arteries

arteries associated with the small intestine

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lienogastric vein

united veins from the stomach and spleen

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hepatic portal vein

formed from the mesenteric vein and lienogastric vein, enters the liver

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ductus venosus

channel in liver that majority of blood passes through into the caudal vena cava

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foramen ovale

second pathway of blood through the heart created by this structure in the fetal heart

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alveoli

thin walled sacs covered covered with capillaries for gas exchange


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