1. Review a textbook section on organ systems.
2. Use textbook figures and the dissectible torso to locate the following organs:
integumentary system skin accessory organs such as hair and nails skeletal system bones ligaments muscular system skeletal muscles tendons nervous system brain spinal cord nerves endocrine system pituitary gland thyroid gland parathyroid glands adrenal glands pancreas ovaries testes pineal gland thymus gland cardiovascular system heart arteries veins lymphatic system lymphatic vessels lymph nodes thymus gland spleen digestive system mouth tongue teeth salivary glands pharynx esophagus stomach liver gallbladder pancreas small intestine large intestine respiratory system nasal cavity pharynx larynx trachea bronchi lungs urinary system kidneys ureters urinary bladder urethra male reproductive system scrotum testes penis urethra female reproductive system ovaries uterine tubes (oviducts; fallopian tubes)
3. Complete Parts C and D of the laboratory report.
Martin: Human Anatomy I 2. Body Organization and I Text I © The McGraw-Hill and Physiology Terminology Companies, 2002
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