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Transcript
Nostrils
Eye Sockets
Eustachian Tubes
Glottis
Tongue
Lungs
Heart
Gall Bladder
Fat Bodies
Small Intestine
Kidneys
Large Intestine
Vomerine Teeth
Maxillary Teeth
Throat
Esophagus
Liver
Pancreas
Stomach
Spleen
Structures in the Mouth
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Nostrils—air passages
Maxillary Teeth—1 row on upper jaw
Vomerine Teeth—2 teeth on roof of mouth
Eustachian Tubes—leads to tympanic
membrane
Tympanic Membrane—ear drum
Glottis—leads to the lungs
Tongue—attached at the front of the mouth
Gullet—opening to the esophagus
Internal Organs
• Esophagus—tube leading to the stomach
• Stomach—begins digestion of food
• Small Intestine—continues digestion and
absorbs nutrients through many tiny villi
• Large Intestine—absorbs excess water
• Liver—produces glycogen and bile (to
break down fats)
• Gall Bladder—stores extra bile
Internal Organs Continued
• Spleen—recycles old red blood cells
• Kidneys—clean blood by filtering out salts
and chemicals
• Bladder—stores nitrogen wastes
• Testis—male reproductive organs
• Ovaries—female reproductive organs
• Fat Bodies—store energy