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Essential Question: How do the human body systems work together to keep you alive?. Goal: To analyze and summarize the fetal pig dissection. Page 81. Diaphragm. Liver. Large Intestine. Small Intestine. Bladder. Umbilical blood vessels. Page 81. Gall Bladder. Esophagus. Stomach.

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essential question how do the human body systems work together to keep you alive

Essential Question: How do the human body systems work together to keep you alive?

Goal: To analyze and summarize the fetal pig dissection.

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Page 81

Diaphragm

Liver

Large Intestine

Small Intestine

Bladder

Umbilical blood vessels

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Page 81

Gall Bladder

Esophagus

Stomach

Spleen

Pancreas

Rectum

Anus

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Page 81

Vocal Cords

Larynx (voice box)

Trachea

Right Lung

Left Lung

Diaphragm