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Similarities and Differences Between the Fetal Pig and Human Body Systems
Transcript of Similarities and Differences Between the Fetal Pig and Human Body Systems
System A human heart is the size of a human fist and a fetal pig heart is the size of a grape. As you can see they are similar in shape even though the human heart is bigger than the fetal pig heart. They both have the same function in giving a living thing life. Also it has to transport blood through the circulatory system, which carries food and o2 to the cells. The right side receives de- oxygenated blood and the the left side receives oxygenated blood, so that the oxygen can be delivered to the cells. Human Heart Fetal Pig Heart Fetal Pig Lung Human Lung What are the Similarities & Differences Between a Fetal Pig & Human Skeleton? A fetal skeleton as well as a human baby skeleton can break easily, but in a adult skeleton it can't break easily. As you can see the fetal pig has a tail and us humans don't which is basically the differences in the structure.
A fetal pig consists of 5 vertebrae, but in a human skeleton it only has 3 vertebrae. Some other bones that pigs and humans have are the same, but they don't have the same words. Some things that fetal pigs have that we do not have is a tail. The fatal pigs tail is a vertebrae that we do not have, do to our structure. We also do not have those big pointy ears. We have them curved. Fetal Pig Ear and Tail Human Ear Fetal Pig Stomach Human Stomach Bibliography "Stomach." Human Stomach. N.p., 23 May 2013. Web. 23 May 2013. "Fetal Pig Heart." Heart. N.p., 23 May 2013. Web. 23 May 2013. "Skeleton." Fetal Pig Skeleton. N.p., 23 May 2013. Web. 23 May 2013. "Skeleton." Human Skeleton. N.p., 23 May 2013. Web. 23 May 2013.