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Filo Porifera

Filo Porifera

Filo Porifera. EJERCICIO 7 113-120(EDITION 14 TH ) 109-119 (EDITION 15 TH). Goals for today. Learn to recognized the Phylum Porifera from other animals Learn the main ‘ diagnostic ’ characteristics Learn about some sponges biology. Porifera. These are the simplest metazoans .

By jock
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Platyhelminthes

Platyhelminthes

Platyhelminthes. By: Wade Sandry. Key Characteristics. Bilaterally Symmetrical. Body has 3 layers of tissues with organs and organelles. Body contains no internal cavity. Possesses a blind gut. (mouth but no butt) Has P rotonephridial excretory organs instead of a butt.

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Cavity Filling

Cavity Filling

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ABDOMINAL CAVITY

ABDOMINAL CAVITY

ABDOMINAL CAVITY. Peritoneal Cavity. Greater omentum Extends from greater curvature of stomach to posterior abdominal wall. Apron-like fold covering transverse colon and small intestine. Peritoneal Cavity. Lesser omentum Extends from lesser curvature of stomach to liver. Includes:

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NASAL CAVITY

NASAL CAVITY

NASAL CAVITY. Skeletal Framework. Parts: Alae. Dorsum. Bridge. Skeletal components: Nasal bones. Frontal process of maxillary. Nasal part of frontal bone. Skeletal Framework. Cartilages: Septal. Lateral. Alar. Mucous Membranes. Sensory innervation:

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Pleural Cavity

Pleural Cavity

Organ Part. Organ Subdivision. Anatomical Space. Anatomical Structure. Organ Cavity Subdivision. Organ Cavity. Organ. Organ Component. Serous Sac. Tissue. Serous Sac Cavity Subdivision. Serous Sac Cavity. is_a . Pleural Sac. Pleura(Wall of Sac). Pleural Cavity.

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cranial cavity

cranial cavity

Main Cavities of the Human Body. cranial cavity. vertebral cavity. mediastinum. pleural cavity. pericardial cavity. ventral cavity. (diaphragm). abdominopelvic. abdominal cavity. pelvic cavity.

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Oral Cavity

Oral Cavity

Oral Cavity. Control of Salivary Secretions By autonomic nervous system Parasympathetic and sympathetic innervation: parasympathetic accelerates secretion by all salivary glands Salivatory nuclei of medulla oblongata influenced by Other brain stem nuclei Activities of higher centers .

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Oral Cavity

Oral Cavity

Oral Cavity. Objectives: Describe the boundaries of the oral cavity. Describe the normal anatomical structures of the oral cavity. Describe teeth and their structure. Describe the tongue and its structure. Understand the innervation of the oral cavity.

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THORACIC CAVITY

THORACIC CAVITY

THORACIC CAVITY. RESPIRATORY DIAPHRAGM. Diaphragm. A diaphragm is a muscular sheet with an inferior and a superior fascia: Superior fascia = parietal thoracic fascia. Inferior fascia = transversalis fascia. Separates thorax and abdomen. In moderate expiration:

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Oral Cavity

Oral Cavity

Oral Cavity. Chemical digestion - Saliva contains enzyme (amylase -> Carbohydrates). Mechanical digestion – teeth Tongue – muscular organ; aid in swallowing Stratified Squamous epithelial cells – function of protection. “Bolus” -= food Pushed into Pharynx. Esophagus.

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Cranial Cavity

Cranial Cavity

Cranial Cavity. R. Shane Tubbs, MS, PA-C, Ph.D. Anterior Cranial Fossa. Middle Cranial Fossa. Posterior Cranial Fossa. CRANIAL FOSSAE. Bones. Frontal. Anterior. Ethmoid. Sphenoid. Middle. Temporal. Parietal. Posterior. Occipital. CN I. CN III CN IV CN V 1 CN VI. CN II.

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