Reptile Lab

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Reptile Lab
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Materials for the last lab practical of OSU's ZOOL 1604 lab, Classes Reptilia and Aves
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  1. Do snakes have eyelids?
    No, just a scale covering the eye.
  2. Do turtles have eyelids?
    Yes, as do lizards.
  3. Where do snakes store urine?
    Bladder
  4. Where do turtles store urine?
    Cloaca
  5. How many copulatory organs do male snakes have?
    2
  6. How many copulatory organs do male turtles have?
    1
  7. How many chambers do a turtle's heart have?
    3
  8. What kind circulatory system do vertebrates have?
    closed
  9. What are some reptile characteristics?
    • Better developed lungs
    • keratinized skin
    • amniotic eggs
    • better developed circulaory systems
    • respiration via lungs
    • Generally 3 chambered heart.
  10. What is Reptilia?
    A class
  11. What is Aves?
    A class (sorta...)
  12. Squamata
    • Lizard and snake order
    • almost all have legs
    • males have hemipenes
    • some viviparous species
  13. Testudines
    • Order with turtles
    • body enclosed with a bondy case made up of a dorsal carapace and ventral plastron.
    • Jaws without teeth.
    • Vertebrade and ribs fused to vertebrae
    • Neck usually retractable
  14. Crocodilia
    • Order with crocs, alligators, and caimans.
    • Massive, elongated skull
    • 4 chambered heart (only 4 chambered reptiles)
    • forelims usually with 5 digits, hind limbs with 4 digits.
  15. Aves
    • Class with birds
    • Forelimbs adapted for flight
    • hollow bones
    • keeled sternum (for attachment of flight muscles)
    • 4 chambered heart
    • Oviparous
    • Large variety of beak and feet types.

  16. What are the labeled structures?
    • A. Fused vertebrae
    • B. Carapace
    • C. Plastron
    • D. Neck (usually retractable)
    • E. Ribs


  17. (snake) What is structure C?
    Heart


  18. (snake) What is structure E?
    Liver


  19. What is structure A?
    Gallbladder


  20. What is structure B?
    Small intestine


  21. What is structure C?
    Stomach


  22. What is structure A?
    Quill or calamus


  23. What is indicated by B?
    Leading Edge of wing


  24. What is structure C?
    Outer Vane



  25. What is structure D?
    Inner Vane


  26. What is structure E?
    Shaft


  27. What is structure A?
    Shaft


  28. What is structure B?
    Barbule

  29. What is structure C?
    Barb


  30. What is structure D?
    Hooklets


  31. What animal is this?
    A bird.


  32. What is structure A?
    Crop


  33. What is structure B?
    Esophagus


  34. What is structure C?
    Proventriculus/Stomach


  35. What is structure D?
    The gizzard.


  36. What is structure A?
    The Jejunum, the middle section of the small intestine.


  37. What is structure A?
    Duodenum, the first segment of the small intestine.


  38. What is structure B?
    Pancreas


  39. What is structure C?
    The Ileum, the last segment of the small intestine.


  40. What is structure D?
    Large intestine


  41. What is structure E?
    Cloaca



  42. What is structure F?
    What is structure G?
    The liver (right and left lobes)


  43. What is structure H?
    Gizzard


  44. What is structure A?
    Kidney


  45. What is structure B?
    Pectoralis major muscle


  46. What is structure A?
    Gallbladder


  47. What is structure B?
    Liver


  48. What is structure C?
    Small intestine


  49. What is structure D?
    Spleen


  50. What is structure E?
    Large intestine


  51. What is structure F?
    Cloacal Opening


  52. What is structure G?
    Ovary


  53. What is structure H?
    Stomach


  54. What is structure I?
    Liver


  55. What are structures A, F, and D?
    • A/F. Tibiofibula.
    • B. Radioulna

    These fused bones help with jumping.


  56. What are structures B and C?
    • B. Scapula
    • C. Clavicle


  57. What are structures D and G?
    • D. Radioulna
    • G. Femur


  58. What is structure H?
    Urostyle.

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