Presence of round ligament umbilical vein becomes

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Presence of round ligament Umbilical vein becomes round ligament. Falciform ligaments form the round ligament.
Exercise 7 1. How do the structure and connectivity of the urinary bladder of the fetal pig differ from those of the urinary bladder of the human (or the adult pig, for that matter)?
2. What differences in the fetal pig elimination of nitrogenous waste account for the structural differences described above?
3. How does the site of urethral emptying in the female pig differ from the termination point in the human female?
Exercise 8
1. The female pig has a _Y shaped or bipartite_ uterus; that of the human female is _pear shapes or one part_. Explain the difference in the structure of these two uterine types. 2. What reproductive advantages are conferred by the pig’s uterine type?
3. Cite differences noted between the pig and the human relative to the following structures.

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