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BIRD PARTS. These small white pouches on the intestine are called. colic caeca. Their function is to _________________. contain microorganisms to break down plant material. gizzard. This organ that contains small rocks/gravel is the ____________. It’s function is to _______________.

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These small white pouches on the intestine are called

colic caeca

Their function is to _________________.

contain microorganisms to break down plant material


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gizzard

This organ thatcontains small rocks/gravel is the

____________

It’s function is to_______________

grind and mashfood


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This largebreast muscleis the

_____________

pectoralis

sternum

It attaches to the _______________


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B

A

Right atrium

A = ?

B = ?

D

C

Left atrium

C = ?

Right ventricle

D = ?

Left ventricle


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The red arrow is pointing to the____________

pancreas

Its function is to __________________________

Make trypsin for the small intestine;

Make insulin & glucagon to regulate blood sugar


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A

esophagus

A =

____________

B = ____________

Give a function for B

___________________________

crop

B

Store and moisten food


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liver

The circled organ is the ____________

#2

Give the 4 functions

Make bile; store vitamins

Store glycogen;

process toxins for the kidneys


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lung

The arrow is pointing to the ____________

Give the body system

respiratory


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Blood inA & C is

_______

oxygen

blood.

B

A

LOW

Blood leaving C goes next to the__________

D

C

Lungs


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Nictitating membrane

The membrane that covers & protects the eye is the ____________


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gizzard

A

A =

It’s function is

to ______________________

grind and mash food


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duodenum (Small intestine)

This part of the tube is the

______________

Give a function

Add bile; add tryspin;

Finish digestion



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This part of the tube is the in turtles & frogs?

______________

ileum

(Small intestine)

Give a function

Absorb nutrients


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This part of the tube is the in turtles & frogs?

______________

ileum

(Small intestine)

Another name for the large intestine is _________________

colon


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Blood in in turtles & frogs?B & D is

_______

oxygen

blood.

B

A

HIGH

Blood leaving D goes next to the__________

D

C

Body organs


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#1 in turtles & frogs?

#2

gizzard

#1 = _______________________

#2 = ___________________

pancreas


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? in turtles & frogs?

?

?

?

CROP

esophagus

proventriculus

gizzard


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cere in turtles & frogs?

This fleshy area on the beak is called

the _____________

TRUE or FALSE

Birds have a nictitating membrane like

frogs and turtles.

TRUE- helps birds that dive underwater for food


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CROP in turtles & frogs?

Name the parts of the digestive system shown.

ESOPHAGUS

PROVENTRICULUS

GIZZARD


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Air sacs in turtles & frogs?

These colored sacs are the

_____________


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ovary in turtles & frogs?

#38 =

Give the function___________________

Make eggs

#40 = _______________

Give a function

oviduct

Add albumen & shell; carry eggs to cloaca


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pectoralis muscle in turtles & frogs?

sternum

sdsd

dfds


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testes in turtles & frogs?

These paired

organs are the______________

The tubes leaving this structure are called ____________

They carry _____________ to the________________

Vas deferens

sperm

cloaca


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Preen gland in turtles & frogs?

This is the

___________

Its function is to__________________

Make oil to waterproof feathers


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vent in turtles & frogs?

This opening is

called the

_____________

Name the 3 body systems that empty into the cloaca and exit usingthe opening above.

Digestive, excretory, reproductive


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The 3 in turtles & frogs?rd eyelid that protects the eyeis called the

____________membrane.

nictitating

The green spotmarks this opening

in the head behind the

Eyes.

ear


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#1 = ________________ in turtles & frogs?

#2 = ________________

#3 = ________________

#3

#2

#1

Pectoralis muscle

heart

Liver


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tympanic in turtles & frogs?

This opening leads to the

__________________ membrane down

inside the head.


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kidneys in turtles & frogs?

These snowman shaped organs are the

______________

Uric acid

They remove _____________

from the blood.


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right in turtles & frogs?

Which side of a bird’s heart carries only LOW OXYGEN blood?

The wall that divides the ventricle into two chambers is called the _____________

septum


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This diamond shaped structure where the in turtles & frogs?

trachea splits into bronchi

is the _______________

syrinx

It’s the voice box

Its function is ________________


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ovary in turtles & frogs?

This organ is the

_______________

Birds only have one of these on the ___________ side of their body.

left


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External nares in turtles & frogs?

The nostril openings are called the

_____________________


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testes in turtles & frogs?

These white bean shaped organs are

the ____________

Their function is to

_____________________

Make sperm


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ureters in turtles & frogs?

These tubes leaving

the kidneys are the ________________

They carry ____________

to the ________________

urine

cloaca

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trachea in turtles & frogs?

The blue arrow is pointing to the

_______________

The red arrows are pointing at the ____________

bronchi


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This bird is a _______________ in turtles & frogs?

male female

male



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These “velcro hooks” that connect the barbs are called in turtles & frogs?_______________

barbules

The protein found in feathers is _____________

keratin



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barbs _____________

These are called _____________



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This area contains the protein and water used by the developing embryo called the _____________________

albumen

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This membrane that holds the nitrogen waste made by the embryoand acts as a lung _____________________

allantois

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This membrane that surrounds the embryo and the fluid in which it floats is the _________________

amnion

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This red membrane that surrounds the embryo’s fat rich food supplyis the __________________

Yolk sac

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chorion food supply

This membrane that surrounds all the other membranes is the _____________________

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sternum food supply

This bone is the

________________

It’s function is to

__________________________

attach the flying muscles


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pygostyle food supply

This bone is the

________________

It’s function is to ___________________________

Support the tail


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furcula food supply

This “wishbone” is

called the

______________

It’s function is to

_______________________________

Stabilize shoulders during flight


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THE END food supply


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