Skeleton of the head.
Connected to the posterior part of the neck (vertebral column), and anteriorly with the
hyoid bone. Also connected to the larynx.
Skull made of two portions: neurocranium & splanchnocranium derived from diff
Bones: support, movement and protection
Joints: support and movement
Skeletal muscles: support, movement and protection
Overall: shape of human body.
usually limited to the outer shell or cortex of mat
Beautiful villi, long, some mucous secreting cells. I can tell clearly that its the jejunum and
not the ileum because in the ileum we have also peyer patches
Mucous acini predominate in the sublingual glan
Spaces in abdomen are CT for vessels or organs.
Neural spaces inside the vertebral canal.
And the peritoneum single cavity, lined by serosa
The first division is between the peritoneal apsce and the retroperitoneal (behind).
Retroperitoneal is po
Development of the digestive system:
Know the germ layers that make the system.
Endodermal tube surrounded by the intraembryonic coelom (serosal cavity)
Partial incorporation of the viteline sac
Endodermal tube surrounded by the sphlanchic m
Dental Tissue Gagliano:
Enamel is not a CT.
Then another tissue after is Dentin - is mineralized (similar to bone in some characteristics),
it is a CT, its cells are located in a cavity the pulp (which is a soft CT, containing many
vessels and nerves).
Two portions First portion conducting and then Respiratory portion for respiration
Lungs are parenchymal organs.
First portion conducting
passages external to the lungs, contains:
1) Nasal cavities
Greater pelvis, supra mesocolic part. Mostly right hypochondrium, but also epigastrium and
Bare area without peritoneum, ovoidal shape.
Anterior surface (diaphragmatic surface), visceral surface, and posterior surface/edge,
Development of the respiratory system:
From the endoderm all the respiratory tract
Starts from the inferior part of the pharyngeal apparatus
Cells in the respiratory diverticulum starts to proliferate - this portion will very soon be
surrounded by mesoder
Trunk: the Back
A continuous series of vertebral foramina runs through the articulated vertebrae
posterior to their bodies, and collectively con- stitutes the vertebral canal, which
transmits and protects the spinal cord and nerve roots