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5. The pancreas is _______ to the stomach. oa. superior ob. anterior oc. lateral od. posterior
6. The large intestine is _______ to the stomach.
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7. The stomach is _______ to the spleen.
8. The abdominal aorta and inferior vena cava are _______ to the kidneys.
9. The kidneys are _______ to the small intestine. oa. anterior ob. posterior oc. superior od. inferior
10. The urinary bladder is _______ to the kidneys.
Lab Activity #2
Lab Activity #3Lab Activity #4 – Serous Membranes 1.In the bag with water, what is the name of the simulated serous membranes layer that is touching the first (organ)?2.In the same bag, what is the name of the simulated outer serous membrane layer?3.What does the water represent?
4.Was it easier to push a fist into the bag with no water or not into the bag with water?
5.Based on your observation, does the presence of serous fluid make it easier for organs to move? Explain
Reviewing your Knowledge:A. Functions and Identifications of Organ Systems:Identify the organ system by its function as described below.
4.Waterproof barrier that blocks the entrance of pathogens into the body and prevents the loss of water from the body: Integumentary
5.Transports nutrients, oxygen, and carbon dioxide throughout the body: Cardiovascular6.Changes food into absorbable nutrients; expels wastes: Digestive7.Regulates composition of blood by eliminating nitrogenous wastes, excess water, and minerals:Urinary8.Uses hormones to control cell function; helps control homeostasis: Endocrine9.Provides framework for the body and protects body organs: Skeletal10.Produces gametes (sperm and egg): Reproductive11.Returns fluid to the bloodstream and provides protection against pathogens that have entered the body: LymphaticB. Organ System Identification1.Spleen: Lymphatic2.Liver: Digestive3.Trachea: Respiratory4.Blood vessels:5.Hair: Integumentary 6.Kidney: Urinary7.Uterus: Reproductive8.Pituitary Gland: Endocrine9.Spinal cord: Nervous 10.Testes (2 systems): Reproductive & Endocrine11.Prostate Gland: Reproductive12.Large Intestine: Digestive13.Pancreas (2 systems): Digestive & Endocrine14.Adrenal Gland: Endocrine15.

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