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Vertebrates

Vertebrates

Vertebrates. Chapter 34. The Chordates. Distinguished by four principle features some time in their lives: nerve cord notochord pharyngeal slits postnatal tail Muscles arranged in segmented blocks Most have internal skeleton. Principle Chordate Features. The Nonvertebrate Chordates.

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Vertebrates

Vertebrates

Vertebrates. Chapter 34. The Chordates. Distinguished by four principle features some time in their lives: nerve cord notochord pharyngeal slits postnatal tail Muscles arranged in segmented blocks Most have internal skeleton. Principle Chordate Features. The Nonvertebrate Chordates.

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4: The Human Body

4: The Human Body

4: The Human Body. The Planes of the Body. Anterior Posterior Midline Midclavicular line Midaxillary. Directional Terms. Right and left Superior and inferior Lateral and medial Proximal and distal Superficial and deep Ventral and dorsal Palmer and planter Apices and bilateral.

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Arthropods – Joint legged animals

Arthropods – Joint legged animals

SBI 3U. Arthropods – Joint legged animals. Diverse: include centipedes, scorpions, crab, lobster Largest phylum in the Animal Kingdom Diverse habitats: found in Arctic ice, deserts, the deep ocean, mountains, prairie ponds and the sky!. arthropods. Segmented ancestor: annelids!

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Body cavity

Body cavity

Body cavity. Acoelomates. FLATWORMS (Phylum _________) May be the 1 st organisms to evolve organs from mesoderm Solid, compact body Organs imbedded in the solid tissue of the body. first to have the three cell layers Ecto/endo/mesoderm Have a digestive tract (one way gut).

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Body Cavity fluids

Body Cavity fluids

Body Cavity fluids. Common Body Cavity Fluids Serous fluids Ascitic Fluid (Peritoneal) Pleural Pericardial Cerebrospinal Fluids (CSF) Others -Synovial Fluid, Amniotic fluid, Ocular fluid. Sample Collection. CSF – Lumbar puncture- 3-4 tubes in plain sterile tubes

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Body Wall and Cavity

Body Wall and Cavity

Body Wall and Cavity. Abdominal Surface and underyling bones Muscular Wall and Hernias Peritoneum and Mesenteries Thorax Surface Ribs and Intercostal Muscles Breast. Bony Landmarks around Abdomen. Iliac crest Anterior superior iliac spine (ASIS) Pubic crest Inguinal ligament

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Body Major Electrolytes

Body Major Electrolytes

Body Major Electrolytes. Positive Electrolytes assistant teacher Mohammed Abdullah Ahmed. The Body Compartments. The electrolyte concentration will vary with a compartment. The three body fluid compartments are; 1. Intracellular fluid (45-50%) of body weight.

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Major Body System

Major Body System

Major Body System. 3 rd grade. Everything your body can do. Has three major jobs: 1. It protects our vital organs such as the brain, the heart, and the lungs. 2. It gives us the shape that we have.

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Major Body Arteries

Major Body Arteries

Major Body Arteries. Objectives. At the end of the lecture, the student should be able to: Define the artery and understand the general principle of the arterial system. Describe the aorta and its divisions, and list the branches from each part.

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Analysis of Body Cavity Fluids

Analysis of Body Cavity Fluids

Analysis of Body Cavity Fluids. Lab 8. Indications and Sampling. Indications: - Identifies the type of fluid present: transudate, exudate, neoplastic or other effusion and may identify the cause of fluid accumulation Sampling: - Sterile preparation of site

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The Major Body Systems

The Major Body Systems

The Major Body Systems. COS 9 Identify major body systems and their functions, including the circulatory system, respiratory system, excretory system, and reproductive system. The Circulatory System.

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5. No body cavity to a body cavity with muscle lined organs or coelom

5. No body cavity to a body cavity with muscle lined organs or coelom

5. No body cavity to a body cavity with muscle lined organs or coelom. A coelom allows for internal organs to operate independently of each other. Cardiac muscle squeezes heart independently of muscle moving food through the digestive track.

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