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  • 1 Mammalian anatomy (PZ7)

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  • Eyelids + membrane nictitans

    - protection against pressure, light etc.
    - to keep the eyes clean by spreading liquid over the eye
  • Lymp nodes along the intestine

    - serve as an immunologic filter for potential pathogens that may try to enter the body
  • Parts of the colon (human)

    - ascending colon
    - transverse colon
    - descending colon
    - sigmoid colon
    - rectum
    - pigs -> colon transversum = colon spiralum      
  • Blood flow umbilical cords

    - Blood flows from the piglet to the placenta through the a. Umbilicalis (oxygen low blood)
    - Blood flows from the placenta to the piglet through the v. Umbilicalis (oxygen rich blood)
  • Veins + arteries pig

  • 2 Mammalian anatomy (PZ8)

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  • Kidney + adrenal gland

    - reaborb water 
    - deposit waste products in the form of urine (osmoregulation)
    adrenal gland:
    - secrete hormones (adrenaline, noradrenaline, steroid hormones)
  • The origin and function of semen

    - Semen:
    • contributed of sperm cells and a liquid
    - The prostate:
    • secretes mainly moisture
    - The seminal vesicle:
    • secretes nutrional molecules like fructose, citrate and phosphate
    • secretes prostaglandins to stimulate the female reproductive system
    • enzymes that prevents clotting of spermatozoa
    - Cowper glands (bulbourethal gland)
    • secretes neutralizing liquids to neutralise the acidic environment of the vagina
  • The female genital system

    - The egg cel is transported through the oviduct, via the infundibulum to the corpus uteri 
    - It enters the oviduct by cilia and contractions
    - The fimbirae of the infundibulum move during ovulation to catch the egg cells
    - The egg cell is fertilized in the oviduct
    - So, young piglets develop in the oviduct
  • Female urigenital system

  • Female urigenital system 2.0


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