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    Fetal Pig Prelab

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    Fetal Pig Prelab Explain dorsal; ventral. In the fetal pig, dorsal refers to the exterior anatomy on the back portion of its body, and ventral refers to the underside, or belly, of the pig. Which structures are anterior; posterior? In the fetal pig, an anterior structure would be the head, whereas posterior refers to the tail end of the pig. What type of instruments will be used to expose internal structures? According to the list of materials, the instruments that will be used in this dissection

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    Fetal Pig Dissection: Lab Report Friday, December 06, 2013 Saadaf Mohsin Gurjot Randhawa Manvir Benipal Mrs. J. Chohan SBI 3UO Introductory Dissecting animals helps students better understand the anatomy of, in this case, a fetal pig, and helps us prepare for what University has to offer, depending on what one will study. Purpose The purpose of the fetal pig dissection was to understand the scientific process of dissection and gain hands-on experience of the internal

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    Fetal Pig Dissection

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    The fetal pig was a great resource to dissect do to it’s similarities to the human body in which we study in anatomy class. In addition, the size of the organs make them easy to find and identify. Another reason we use the fetal pig is because many people do not think of pigs as pets. If people dissected cats, the mental damage done to the human dissecting it may scar them for life. It also may lead them a stray from the medical field. Fetal pigs have no real purpose, they are a product of the pork

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    Fetal Pig Lab Report

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    The fetal pig dissection was helpful for one to understand the body and all of the body’s functions. The procedures helped the students precisely do the dissection correctly. The questions that were assigned helped the students have a deeper understanding of the pig’s body. This dissection also helped the students become familiar with some of the organs in the body like the liver, heart, and intestines. All in all, this dissection was helpful in learning all about the body. During this lab, many

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    The dissection of the fetal pig in the laboratory is important because pigs and humans have the same level of metabolism and have similar organs and systems. Also, fetal pigs are a byproduct of the pork food industry so they aren 't raised for dissection purposes, and they are relatively inexpensive. Procedure - as in the text book Purpose: The purpose of such activity is to dissect the fetal pig and observe various organs. Materials: Safety goggles String Dissecting pins Lab apron Scalpel

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    Fetal Pig Dissection

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    I. Fetal Pig Dissection II. Purpose Sus scrofa, or the domestic pig is a member of the class Mammalia and the order Artiodactyla. Since we as humans are also a member of class Mammalia, we have a good deal in common biologically with pigs, although we might not like to think so. Since we have a good deal in common, it is very helpful for us to study these animals both anatomically and physiologically. We do this when we test medicines on pigs, perfect surgical procedures on pigs, and even when

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    He is famous for his dissection of apes and pigs, it is said he never once dissected a human cadaver. He believed apes were anatomically identical to humans. His work was never questioned until 100’s of years later when, Vesalius, a Renaissance anatomist showed people the difference between apes

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    Hypothesis Due to the fact that the fetal pig and the human being’s anatomy are extremely similar, with the exception of a few minor parts, the fetal pig will be a precise tool in learning about the anatomy of a human. Introduction In courses such as biology, anatomy, and physiology, learning the anatomy of a human is imperative to learning about its functions and processes. Due to a lack of money, resources, and access, UConn cannot provide the use of a human cadaver for educational purposes.

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    Ashley Cooke Amy Bridges December 7, 2017 BIO 169 BIO 169 Lab Final Exam Assignment: Fetal Pig Dissection Lab Report In a classroom setting, each student has a different way of learning. Physical and visual learning. Performing dissections enables those that are aimed more towards physical learning to get a more hands-on experience and to get a feel of the different textures, whereas the visual learners can get a three-dimensional imagery of the different systems and how they are arranged

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    Pig Dissection Lab Report

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    Introduction Most animals don’t have similar structures, but they all have same function to stay alive. All animals have a reproductive system, digestive system, nervous system Pig: Our fetal pig which we dissected is a female who was 100 days in the gestation period and has the length of 25 cm. In the pig dissection, we found the stomach and intestines. By the way it looks it seems to have similar functions of the human digestive system. The stomach breaks down the food while the intestine absorbs

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