Card Set Information
Parts of pig
opening of the rectum through which undigested food particles are egested from the body.
Genital papilla table
small fleshy projection around the urogenital opening of the female fetus which is homologous to the penis in te male.
sensory/motor nerve that originates from the medulla oblongata and innverates the facial and digastric muscles, the taste buds and salivary glands.
salivary gland in mammals which releases fluids into the mouth to facilitate swallowing and digestion.
muscle to chew
bony plate seperating the rostral portion of the oral cavity from the nasopharynx in mammals
region of the nasal passageway above the soft palate
small canal leading from the parotid gland to the oral cavity through which the parotid gland releases its salivary enzymes into the mouth.
rather large salivary gland located near the ear of the pig
salivary gland located underneath the skin and alongside the tongue of the pig
enlarged oval-shaped region cranial to the trachea that contain the vocal cords.
cartilaginous tube extending from the larynx to the lungs through which air is transported during respiration
muscular passageway connecting the mouth and oral cavity to the stomach
endoctine gland located along the lateral margins of the trachea near the larynx and lying on the cranial margin of the pericardial membrane surrounding the heart; produces thymosin