Why do fetal pigs have teeth? How does pig dental development (and number/type of teeth) differ from humans? (also – what about those hollow un-erupted teeth in the fetal pig? Is this what human teeth look like before they break through the gum?)
Do fetal pigs have an “appendix”? Why or why not?
What is the purpose of the soft tissue on the hooves of the fetal pig? What happens to this tissue when the pigs are born?
What is the stomach of the fetal pig? How does the fetal pig get food? What does the liver do in the fetal pig?
Pigs don’t have clavicles. Did they lose them in evolution, or did clavicles develop in other lineages of mammals? Explain the development / loss of the clavicle through evolutionary lineages.
Can you live without your pancreas?
Why are there so many large taste buds on the sides of the fetal pigs tongue?
How does the “morning after” pill work? Is it the same as the ‘progestin minipill’?
Why can some women have an orgasm and others can not? Does this have to do with the development or protrusion of the citreous? Is it true that some women can not have an orgasm at all?
Is there a genetic basis for homosexuality? Can homosexuality be derived from social experience?
Does whether or not a woman has an orgasm during intercourse affect her chances of getting pregnant?
How long can sperm survive inside a human body?
This lab covers human anatomy of sensory structures, sensations, and reflexes .
Today’s focus is on sight, sound, plus stretch reflexes.
Anatomy of the eye Accommodation Superimposition Pupillary reflex
Ear Anatomy of the ear Localization of sounds Bone conduction of sounds
150 Firecracker 120 Ambulance siren 110 Chain saw, Rock concert 105 Personal stereo system at maximum level 100 Wood shop, Snowmobile 95 Motorcycle 90 Power mower 85 Heavy city traffic 60 Normal conversation 40 Refrigerator humming 30 Whispered voice How loud is too loud?
The Human Ear
Spine and brain = Central Nervous System Peripheral nervous system Motor neurons Sympathetic Parasympathetic