Sea Lamprey Dissection - Miss Barrett's Website

Sea Lamprey Dissection - Miss Barrett's Website

Sea Lamprey Dissection Petromyzon marinus MAJOR duties of various TEAM Members!! Head Dissector 1. acquire tray & specimen; prep for specimen dissection 2. incisions with direction after conferring with team

members 3. identification & tagging of required structures 4. assist with clean up of table and materials (cadaver & tissue disposal) Assistant Dissector 1. assist with prep & organization of tags/labels

2. assist with determining incision locations 3. hand off of required tools from the dissecting kit 4. assist with reading of lab procedures & specific organ system directions 5. assist with clean up of table and materials (cadaver & tissue disposal)

MAJOR duties of various TEAM Members!! Reader 1.read lab procedures & specific organ system directions 2.keep field guide, lab papers, computer and table dry & clean 3.assist with reading of lab procedures & specific organ

system directions 4.assist with clean up of table and materials (soap, rinse, & thorough drying of tray & table - including sink) Clean Up 1.assist with prep & organization of tags/labels 2.assist with reading of lab procedures & specific organ system directions 3.assist with clean up of table and materials (soap, rinse, &

thorough drying of dissecting kit instruments) External Anatomy of the Lamprey CHECKPOINT #1 External Anatomy External Anatomy

Internal Anatomy of the Lamprey CHECKPOINT #2 Internal Anatomy Internal Anatomy

Internal Anatomy Gonads ad - anterior dorsal cartilage au auricle bp - basal plate cd - cardinal vein

dm - dorsal muscles ft - fibrous tissue hp - basal plate to fontanelle I integument int intestine lg - lingual cartilage m - buccal cavity cartilage

my - spinal cord na - pituitary pouch na.c - nasal capsule n.ca - spinal canal oes gullet ov ovary pd - posterior dorsal cartilage tongue

rmt - retractor of tongue ss - lymph sinus t tongue v.ao - ventral aorta an - annular cartilage bd bile duct br brain

d.ao - dorsal aorta ea - external gill aperture gr - groove canal hv - hepatic vein i.ju - inferior jugular vein ju jugular lr liver mv - median ventral

na - olfactory sac na' - nasal aperture nc notochord oc - cranial roof o.f - buccal funnel pc pericardium pmt - protractor muscle of rt - respiratory tube

sv - sinus venosus v ventricle vl velum CHECKPOINT #3 CLEAN UP!!

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