Final-KEY-214L-F11 - ANIMAL SCIENCE 214L Fall 2011 Optional...

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ANIMAL SCIENCE 214L Fall, 2011 Name _____ANSWER KEY_________________ Optional Final Dec. 10, 2011 Lab Section ALL Instructions: This exam consists of four parts with several types of questions. Write your answers on this exam paper, in the blanks provided. This exam is worth a total of 120 points. Part I – Identification and Function (72 points) For each pinned and numbered structure on the specimens or diagrams, identify the structure and give one function for that structure. Be as precise as possible. PIG INTERNAL ORGANS & DIGESTIVE SYSTEM Structure Function submandibular (submaxilary) 1. salivary gland secretes mucin, bicarbonate, salivary amylase, or water 2. larynx vocalization; carries air from the pharynx to the trachea produces lymphocytes 3. spleen removes (recycles) worn erythrocytes (red blood cells) ______ 4. gall bladder stores and excretes bile produces (secretes) bicarbonate; receives chyme from the 5. duodenum stomach, bile from gall bladder, secretions from pancreas microbial fermentation of residual starch, some cellulose; 6. colon absorption of fermentation products, vitamins, water URINARY SYSTEM Structure Function 7. renal pelvis receives urine from the collecting ducts 8. urinary bladder stores urine RESPIRATORY SYSTEM Structure Function 9. bronchiole carries air from the bronchi to the (conducting) bronchioles 10. trachea carries air from the larynx to the bronchi 11. Identify the indicated structures on the diagram; function is not necessary for this question A. alveolar sac (alveoli) B. cranial thoracic air sac
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AnS 214L,Fall 2011 Optional Final Page 2 of 7 CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM Structure Function receives input from joint, tendon and muscle receptors; 12. cerebellum coordination of movement secretes somatotropin (GH), TSH, ACTH, FSH, LH, and 13. pituitary gland prolactin; excretes ADH and oxytocin 14. corpus callosum carries nerve impulses b/w the 2 halves of the cerebrum CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM Structure Function 15. pulmonary vein carries oxygenated blood from the lungs to the left atrium
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Final-KEY-214L-F11 - ANIMAL SCIENCE 214L Fall 2011 Optional...

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