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Murteza Ali Group Members: John, Kelly. Akhila Ms. Felizardo SBI 3U1 Monday June 6 2016 Fetal Pig Dissection Lab Purpose: The purpose of the lab is to study the digestive, respiratory, and circulatory systems of the pig along with the external parts of its body; furthermore, to use the information we learned in this unit to answer the discussion questions. Materials: - Preserved Fetal Pig - Safety Goggles - Lab apron - Dissecting Pins - Plastic Ruler - Dissecting tool kit - String - Dissecting gloves - Hand Lens -Dissecting Tray Procedure: Please refer to the procedure in the dissection handout package, “Fetal Pig Dissection Guides”. Observation: Part 1: External Anatomy 1. The age of our pig is approximately 95-100 days old, because it was around 215mm. 2. Biological Diagram (refer to Diagram 1) 3. Part of the Lab Procedure 4. The fetal pig has 4 feet. Each foot has 4 toes that are slightly curved, and they are facing forwards. Part 2: The Digestive System 1. Part of the Lab Procedure 2. Part of the Lab Procedure
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3. Part of the Lab Procedure 4. Biological drawing (diagram 2) 5. There are 5 lobes in the liver of a fetal pig (right lateral, left lateral, central lateral, right central, left central). 6. The gall bladder is attached to one of the lobes of the liver. It has a very soft texture.
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