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Fish Body Part Review
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This fin is the _________
Anal fin
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female
This fish is a _______________.
female
male
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This cover is called the
OPERCULUM
___________________________
This is the
_____________
heart
Image from BIODIDAC
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This sense organ is called the
Lateral line
system
_____________
________
Tell TWO things it can sense
Vibration & water pressure
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atrium
The arrow is pointing at the _______________
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This fin is the
Anterior dorsal
_______________________
fin.
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This orange structure is the _________________
ovary
Make eggs
Its function is to __________________
It is part of the __________________
reproductive system.
A
B C
CEREBELLUM
A = _______________________
OPTIC TECTUM
B= ________________________
CEREBRUM
C= ________________________
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These pouches are
_______________________
Pyloric caeca
Their function is to
________________________
Contain
microorganisms to digest plants
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male
This fish is a ___________
female
male
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This fin is the
Posterior dorsal
___________________
fin.
#1
#1 =operculum
___________
#
#2
=
Pectoral fin
______________
#2
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This part of the intestine where the
pouches are attached is called the
duodenum
___________________
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This is the ___________
fin.
Pectoral
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This is the ______________________
Intestine
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Name the two digestive enzymes that
are added here.
Bile and trypsin
This organ is the ______________
gills
Give a function. Gas exchange, excrete
nitrogen waste; osmoregulation
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This gas filled sac is the ___________________
Swim bladder
buoyancy
Its function is to control ___________________
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This is the __________________
fin.
caudal
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This is the _______
Pelvic fin.
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This colored organ is the
STOMACH
________________
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This triangular colored organ is the
LIVER
________________
Give 2 functions:
Make bile, store vitamins, store glycogen,
process toxins for kidneys
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This part of the heart is the
___________
ventricle
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This largest section of the brain =
__________________
optic tectum
Give a function:
Receives & processes info from visual,
____________________________
auditory, and lateral line systems
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kidneys
This dark area is the _________________
Give a function Excrete nitrogen waste;
Give the body system
excretory
This part of the heart is the
ventricle
____________________
These nerves that connect the brain to the
nostrils are the ___________
olfactory nerves.
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cerebellum
This brain part is the _____________
Motor coordination and balance
It controls _____________________
cerebrum
This brain part is the _____________
Coordinate info from
Its function is _____________________
all other parts
“ HIGHER thinking”
Optic tectum
These brain parts are the _____________
They receive info about
Vision,
hearing (auditory) & lateral line
______________________________________.
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Which 2 openings are found here?
Anus & urogenital pore
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Gill arch
A (C shaped bone) = _____________
Gill filament
B = __________________
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Name 3 functions part B above
Exchange gases
Excrete nitrogen waste (ammonia)
Osmoregulation (water/ion balance)
LOW
Blood inside this vessel is ____________
oxygen blood.
HIGH
LOW
Blood inside this vessel is on its way to the
______________.
gills
Image from: BIODIDAC
This triangular colored organ is the
LIVER
________________
Give 2 functions:
Make bile, store vitamins, store glycogen,
process toxins for kidneys
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Thes light colored structures are the
testes
_____________
The function is to _____________________
Make sperm
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Name the opening these light colored
structures use as an exit.
Urogenital pore
This dark colored strip next to the
SPLEEN
intestine is the _________________
Make, store, process RBC’S
Its function is to ____________________
What’s the part?
1st part of intestine where
duodenum
bile and trypsin are added_____________________
Causes cells to take up
glucose from blood and
insulin
store it as glycogen _________________________
Enzyme that helps
bile
break down fats ________________________
What’s the part?
Urinary
bladder
Stores urine_______
______________
Enzyme that causes cells to release
stored glucose into
glucagon
the bloodstream _________________________
Digestive enzyme that helps
trypsin
break down proteins________________________
What’s the part?
Swim______________
bladder
Controls buoyancy_______
Makes bile
liver
_________________________
pancreas
Makes trypsin ________________________
Gall bladder
Stores bile _______________________
Makes, stores, processes
red blood cells
spleen
__________________
What’s the part?
Exit for sperm & urine
Urogenital
pore
OR eggs & urine _______
______________
Makes insulin &
pancreas
glucagon _________________________
Exchanges gases ________________________
gills
Osmoregulation ____________
Kidneys & ___________
gills
Processes toxins for kidneys
liver
______________
What’s the part?
anus ______________
Exit for feces _______
Senses vibration &
Lateral line
water pressure _________________________
operculum
Covers & protects gills____________________
capillaries
Blood vessels where ____________________
gas, nutrient, and waste
exchange happens
What’s the part?
Blood vessels that carry
arteries
blood away from the heart _______
______________
liver
Stores glycogen & vitamins_________________________
cranium
Bone that protects the brain ____________________
Blood vessels that carry
veins
blood back to heart from body _______________
Pumping chamber of heart
ventricle
______________
What’s the part?
Molecule used by animal
cells to store glucose _______
______________
glycogen
Removes nitrogen waste
kidneys
from blood and makes urine ___________________
Fingerlike extensions that
villi
increases surface area
____________
INSIDE the intestine
stomach
Makes acid and starts digestion ____________
What’s the part?
Make sperm _______
testes
______________
Receives and processes info from
visual, auditory (hearing) &
Optic tectum
lateral line systems
_________________________
Contain bacteria to digest plants
Pyloric caeca
________________________
Provide protection to skin
scales
& reduce water resistance ___________________
What’s the part?
Receives and processes info
about smell
_____________________
Olfactory lobes
Controls motor function;
muscle coordination & balance __________________
cerebellum
Coordinates info from
other parts; Higher thinking
cerebrum
(memory; learning; reasoning)__________________
Tubules that carry sperm
Vas deferens
from testes to exit
________________________
What’s the part?
Receives and processes info
about smell
_____________________
Olfactory lobes
Controls motor function;
muscle coordination & balance __________________
cerebellum
Coordinates info from
other parts; Higher thinking
cerebrum
(memory; learning; reasoning)__________________
Tubules that carry sperm
Vas deferens
from testes to exit
________________________
What’s the part?
Relays sensory info from body;
Medulla oblongata
Controls autonomic internal________________
organs
Carries nerve signals to
Spinal cord
and from brain and body __________________
Skeleton INSIDE the body__________________
endoskeleton
What’s the part?
Collecting space for blood
Sinus venosus
returning to the heart _________________
Smoothes the flow of
Conus arteriosus
blood leaving the heart __________________
Type of nitrogen waste
ammonia
excreted by fish __________________
What’s the part?
Receives blood from
sinus venosus and sends
it to ventricle
__________________
atrium
Absorbs nutrients &
intestine
collects digestive waste _________________
Tube that connects
esophagus
pharynx to stomach __________________
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