The genital papilla is an anatomical feature of the external genitalia of some
animals. In mammals. See also: Sexual reproduction § Mammals. In
Males are identified by the presence of a urogenital opening or preputial orifice
just posterior to ... Locate each of the following organs in your fetal pig. Observe ...
This is a handout for use during the fetal pig dissection. ... If your pig is female,
you should also note that urogenital papilla is present near the genital opening.
Most of the pig's external features are familiar to you - ears, nose, eyes, etc. On
the belly you will see the umbilical cord which connected the fetal pig to its ...
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Apr 10, 2011 ... Uterine body Uterine horns Uterine tube (oviduct) Ovary Vagina Urogenital sinus
Urethral opening into urogenital sinus External genitalia ...
Laboratory 8 - Urinary and Reproductive Systems. Urinary System ... If you pull
on the pigs umbilical cord, you will ... urogenital opening to expose the penis.
Lift the pig's tail to find the anus. Study the ventral surface of the pig and note the
tiny bumps called mammary papillary. These are present in both sexes. In the ...
To study the anatomy of vertebrates, we will be dissecting fetal pigs. Material for
... Locate the anus and mammary papillae (yes, male pigs will have the papillae ...
Trunk - abodomen - nipples, umbilical cord, urogenital opening on male. Trunk -
hindlimb - hip, knee, ankle. Tail - tail, urogenital papilla and opening on female.
Insert the blade of your scalpel under the pig's chin, just below the surface of the
skin, and cut ventrally to the umbilical cord. Be careful not to make the cut too ...