Download Lecture

Survey
yes no Was this document useful for you?
   Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Document related concepts

Interstitial cystitis wikipedia, lookup

History of anatomy wikipedia, lookup

Anatomy wikipedia, lookup

Anatomical terms of location wikipedia, lookup

Regeneration in humans wikipedia, lookup

Transcript
Dorsal
Cranial
or
Anterior
Caudal
or
Posterior
Ventral
Tilapia Anatomy
Lateral Line
Dorsal Fin
Operculum
Caudal
Fin
Pectoral
Fin
Pelvic
Fin
Anal Fin
Catfish Anatomy
Dorsal Fin
Operculum
Lateral
Line
Barbel
Pelvic
Fin
Pectoral
Fin
Adipose
Caudal
Fin
Fin
Anal Fin
Fish Cavities
Peritoneal
Membrane
Retroperitoneal
Thoracic
Peritoneal
Fish Cavities
and
Membranes
RP
P
Peritonium
Messorchium
Messentary
Ovary
Intestine
RP Retroperitoneal cavity
P Peritoneal cavity
Basic
Guts
Spine Kidney Swim
Bladder
Gonad
Spleen
Intestine
Esophogus
Heart
Stomach
Liver
Gill
Heart
Liver
Intestine
Fat
Liver
Intestine
Spleen
Gall
Liver Bladder
Dark peritoneum
Heart
Swim
Bladder
Testis
Gill
Heart
Liver
Intestine
Spleen
Swim Bladder Opened
Kidney
Kidneys: Looking Up
from the Bottom
Anterior
Region of
Kidney
Posterior
Region of
Kidney
Head
Kidney
Stannius
Corpuscle
Trunk
Kidney
Bass and Trout Catfish and Carp
Head/Anterior Kidney:
Makes blood cells
Trunk Kidney:
Urine/Osmoregulation
The
Heart
A A
Gills
Body
Body
VV
Lungs
A
V
Fish
Mammal
Swim
Bladders
Swim Bladder
Pneumatic Duct
Esophagus
Some fish have a
duct that connects
the swim bladder
to the intestine.
Swim Bladders
Gas
Gland
Swim Bladder
Swim Bladder
Pneumatic Duct
Intestine
Some fish have a
duct that connects
the swim bladder
to the intestine.
Intestine
Other fish have no
duct and inflate their
swim bladder by using
a gas-secreting gland.
Liver Anatomy
Catfish Liver
and Gall Bladder
Tilapia Liver
and Gall Bladder
Liver:
-Modifies food
-Storage
Gall Bladder:
Bile for digestion of fats
Gut
What is missing (mammals)?
Basic
Gut
Anatomy
What are the functions?
Esophagus
Stomach
Valve
Proximal
Intestine
Mouth
Distal
Intestine
Pharynx
Valve
Valve
Vent
Variability in Gut Design
Carp
Catfish
Trout
Sturgeon
Brain Anatomy
Coordination
of Movement
Vision
Smell
Coordinates
Senses
with Movement
To
Nose
To
Tail
Spine
Pituitary Gland
Spleen:
Blood Filtration
Blood cell storage
Fish Eyes
Errors?
Review
Thoracic
Review
VB
HK
SB
TK
E
O
H
LV
ST
SP
I
• Know the cavities
– Peritoneal, retroperitoneal, thoracic
• Know what organs are in those
cavities
• Know the fins
• Be able to label the cartoon fish