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Lab Prac 1

Cardiovascular, Lympatic, and Digestive

Name the epithelium that lines the stomach. simple columnar epithelial
Name the entrance of the esophagus into the stomach (Sphincter). cardiac sphincter
Name the valve that disallows chime directly into the duodenum. Pyloric Sphncter
Which general cavity would one find the pancreas? Abdominal cavity
Cells of the pancreas that secrete glucagen. Alpha cells
Type of gland(s) exhibited by the pancreas. exocrine and endocrine
Cells of the pancreas that secrete insulin. Beta cells
Cells of the pancreas that secrete somatostain. Delta cells
Name the opening of the proximal duodenum that receives secretions via the pancreatic duct. duct of oddi
General name given to the mesenteric covering of the entire abdominal cavity. Greater Omentum
Name the type of epithelium that lines the ileum. simple columnar
Name the epithelium that lines the stomach. simple columnar
What are the folds of the stomach called? rugae
Name the entrance of the esophagus into the stomach. cardiac sphincter
Name the valve that disallows chime directly into the duodenum. Pyloric Sphinctore
Name the cells of the stomach's gastric pit that produces HCl. Parietal Cells
Name the bone that attaches the proximal tongue to the pharyngeal region. Hyoid
Name the papillae type found on the posterior tongue. taste buds
Name the structure that stores bile. gall bladder
Name the ligament that divides the liver into left and right halves. Falcitorm
Name the duct that carries bile into the cystic duct. Bile duct
Name the artery that gives rise to the hepatic artery. central vein
Name the valve at the proximal cecum, which is used to separate the small and large intestine. lleocecal valve
Name the structure that causes the liver to appear grainy. lobules
General name given to the mesentery covering of the entire visceral tract. Peritoneal
Name the 3 band muscle structure on the serosal layer of the large intestine. tenia coli
Name the bacteria of the colon. E coli
Process by which waste is released from the rectum. Defecation
Type of epithelium lining the large intestine. simple columnar
Name the duct that takes bile from the common hepatic ducts into the gall bladder. hepatic ducts
Name the ligament that attaches the liver to the diaphragm. falciform ligament
Name the duct that distributes bile from the liver into the duodenum. common bile duct
Name the cells of the Islets of Langerhan that secretes insulin. Beta cells
Name the blood vessels that drains the lower abdominal viscera into the liver. hepatic portal vein
Name the artery that brings blood to the inferior liver. hepatic artery
Name the cells of the hepatic ducts which are cuboid in shape and phagocytize toxins. kupffer cells
How many lobes make up the liver? 4
Name the most anterior lobe on the anterior right lobe. quadrate
The primary function of the gal bladder. to store and concentrate bile
Which pulp appears as tiny islands in the organ? White pulp
Name the artery or arteries that disperse blood into the heart via the aorta. cornary arteries
Name the valve that separates the right atrium from the right ventricle. tricuspid
Name the vessel which exists the right ventricle to distribute blood to the lungs. pulmonary artery
Name the fibrous tissue that attaches the tricuspid flaps to the papillary muscle. fibrous connective tissue
Name the nerve network of the interventricular septum which ensure the completion of the cardiac cycle. Purkinje Fibers
Name the rigid connective tissue that attaches the cusp of the tricuspid and the bicuspid valves to the papillary muscle. chordae teninae
Name the "thickest" layer of the heart's wall. Myocardium
Name the structure that encloses the heart. Pericardium
Name the chamber of the heart in which the SA node is located. right atrium
Name the nerve that innervates the heart at the SA node. right vagus nerve
Chamber of the heart in/on which foramen ovalis is located. left atrium
Created by: PeightonBM