Lab 2 Answers - Lab 2 The Vertebrate Body I ANSWER KEY to...

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Lab 2 – The Vertebrate Body I ANSWER KEY to questions in lab manual Bio G 110 – Spring 2007 (* denotes questions that may be answered from text or lecture notes) 1) 4 2) 2 3) M/F 4) yes (often six pairs). Male nipples are a hold-over from the early “indifferent” embryonic stage before the fetus becomes male or female. 5) esophagus 6) just below the diaphragm 7) positive pressure 8) *cat (grooming); snake (chemoreception of odor) 9) *herbivore = incisors, molars; carnivore = incisors or canines (adapted molars) 10) *biting (wolf); carrying young (cat); venom injection (snake) 11) *maltase from lining of the small intestine 12) *would not expect salivary glands in aquatic organisms to be as big because food is already lubricated 13) *emulsifies fats for absorption as chylomicrons 14) *carbohydrate, fat, protein metabolism (Acetyl CoA); blood plasma protein synthesis; glycogen synthesis and breakdown; amino acid metabolism; urea formation; lactic acid conversion; immune system; detoxification
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This lab report was uploaded on 09/24/2007 for the course BIO G 110 taught by Professor Wayne,r. during the Spring '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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Lab 2 Answers - Lab 2 The Vertebrate Body I ANSWER KEY to...

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