Bio Lab Wksht & HW Questions 92

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87 5. Next examine the nervous system. Remove the reproductive tract and the remainder of the digestive tract. Find the ventral nerve cord , and clear the thin overlying connective tissue away from it. Note the presence of 3 large ganglia (singular: ganglion) in the thorax and 5 smaller ones in the abdomen. Identify the lateral nerves leading away from the nerve cord in each segment. The nerve cord cannot easily be traced in the head region, but the ganglion below the esophagus is
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Unformatted text preview: connected to the brain by nerves passing around the esophagus on each side. Use the information in the internal anatomy section above to fill in the diagram depicting the digestive, excretory, nervous, and reproductive systems. Left diagram: nervous system Right Diagram: Digestive and Excretory and male reproductive organs systems and female reproductive organs Figure 3. Grasshopper internal anatomy (Class Insect)....
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