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Parietal Peritoneum (parietal serosa)
Inside body wall
Visceral Peritoneum (visceral serosa)
Covers organs
Cloaca
pee pee hole
Abdominal pores
hole next to the cloaca
esophagus
top
stomach
U shape
Liver
pointy lobes
gall bladder
located in V
Spleen
triangle. Portion around the stomach
pancreas, dorsal lobe
under stomach & spleen
pancreas, ventral lobe
sits on top under pyloric
digitiform gland
near rectum; caudal end of the intestine. Looks like play-doh snake
gonad
Overy's: crainal, under liver(crumbled up sack)
Testies: Cranial; tan point (looks like worm)
kidney
along the midline-looks blue
great omentum
supports stomach/esophagus (white)
mesentery (proper or in a limited sense)
cranial of intestine (supports)
Mesocolon
Supports the digitiform gland
faliciform ligament
"flap" most crainally part of the liver
lesser omentum
connective tissue surrounding tubes that connect to the stomach and liver.
papillae
"cones" inside the esophagus
rugae
folds of stomach
cardiac region
crainal end of stomach
body
main portion of the stomach
pylorus
top of U
pyloric sphincter
thicker m. wall just before intestine past the U
spiral valve
Inside Intestine (colon)
hepatic ducts
bile leaves the liver tissue and goes into the gallbladder by way of these. Cannot see.
bile ducts
inside lesser omentum-bottom no color.
pancreatic duct
cannot see. drain for the dorsal and ventral lobes of the pancreas into the intestine
visceral pericardium
covers the heart
parietal pericardium
lines the wall of the pericardial cavity
transverse septum
seperates the heart from everything else
oral cavity + Pharynx
no clear distinction
internal gill slits
inside
external gill slits
outside
interbranchial septum
seperates each gill
primary vs. secondary lamellae
Primary=plate-like on gill surface
Secondary=on the primary, small and packed arranged.
holobranch vs. hemibranch
holo-have gill lamella on cranial and caudal ends perpendicular
hemi-only 1st interbranchial, lamella only on caudal end.
pseudobranch
minute hemibranch on cranial wall of spiracular v.
spiracular valve
mostly spiraculars m.
parietal peritoneum (serosa)
lines the pleuroperitoneal cavity
visceral peritoneum (serosa)
covers the internal organs in the pleuroperitoneal cavity
falciform ligament
along the midline-translucent (can't see on ours)
median ligament of the bladder
?
mesogaster
lung to spleen (translucent)
mesocolon
anchors the large intestine
liver
big, flat black
stomach
big pink
esophagus
short, connects oropharygeal to stomach
spleen
next to the stomach (grey) crainally
lung
thin, pink side of stomach
duodenum
caudal end of stomach
pancreas
loops back crainally-connected to top of duodenum
large intestine
before cloaca
cloaca
butt hole
kidneys
caudal, along spine next to hind legs
gall bladder
b/w intestine and lung-flappy whitish
bile duct
?
hepatic duct
bile drain from liver to hepatic duct then opens to duodenum (can't see)
cystic duct
bile backs up to gall bladder (can't see)