Digestion F10

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Digestion F10
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2010-11-09 11:14:33
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  1. Buccal Papillae are not found in
    Dogs
  2. The mucosa of ruminants are studded with
    conical buccal papillae
  3. Dental pad in _____ has _____ epthelium
    • ruminants
    • keratinized, stratified squamous
  4. Thread like, keratinized lingual papillae
    Filiform
  5. Conical Lingueal Papillae are located where, and in which species
    • Root of tongue - dogs, cats, pigs
    • Torus Lingue- ruminants
  6. Lenticular papillae are found in
    ruminants
  7. papillae that are raised above the surface
    fungiform
  8. Foliate papillae are absent in
    ruminants
  9. lyssa are found in
    carnivores
  10. Ameloblasts ->
    enamel
  11. odontoblasts ->
    dentine
  12. dorsal lingual are found in
    horses
  13. Teeth that cease growth after eruption
    Brachydont
  14. Teeth that cont to grow
    hypsodont
  15. Distinguishing feature of hypsodont teeth
    infundibulum
  16. Parotid gland is primarily composed of
    Compound acinar, serous glands
  17. Keratinizatioe esophogus
  18. The esophogus is...
    highly keratinized in:
    slightly keratinized in:
    non-keritanized in:
    • highly keratinized in: ruminants
    • slightly keratinized in: Horses and pigs
    • non-keritanized in: dogs
  19. the cardiac glad is most developed in
    pigs
  20. smooth muscle is located where in the reticulum
    upper part of the reticular folds, within the propria submucosa
  21. In the omasum, which layer forms a thick layer just beneath the lamina propria on both sides of the laminae
    lamina muscularis
  22. Which cell types are located in the fundic gland region (3)?
    • Parietal cell
    • Chief cells
    • Mucus Neck Cells
  23. Relative depth of pits in...
    Pyloric region:
    Cardiac region:
    • Pyloric region: deep
    • Cardiac region: shallow

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