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					       Cat Dissection – Procedure, Lab Report, and Presentation
You will be assigned to a group of 4 or 5 – those who do not wish to dissect will have other
responsibilities, but everyone will be contributing.

1.      Name your cat.
2.      Dissect your cat.(Practice Grade each week)
3.      Take digital pictures during your dissection.
4.      Prepare a written report of your dissection. (2 Application Grades)
5.      Do a PowerPoint Presentation of your group’s assigned system(s). (Evaluation Grade)


1.      Name your cat – have fun!!

2.      Dissection
        a.     You must identify location and describe the structure and function of ALL the assigned
               structures in your lab notebook
        b.     You must choose one aspect of the dissection to focus your written report and
               PowerPoint presentation on (okay with me first).
        c.     Choices:
                   1) Muscular System
                   2) Digestive System
                   3) Circulatory and Nervous Systems
                   4) Endocrine, Lymphatic, and Respiratory Systems AND External Structures
                   5) Male Reproductive and Urinary Systems AND External Structures
                   6) Female Reproductive and Urinary Systems AND External Structures

3.      Pictures
        100% = 9-10
        80% = 7-8
        60% = 5-6
        40% = 3-4
        20% = 1-2
        0% = 0

4. Type-Written Lab Report
      I.     Format and neatness (12 points)
      II.    Intro (13 points)
      III.   Materials & Procedure (12 points)
      IV.    Data – table format (50 points)
             a.     Structure Name
             b.     Location
             c.     Function
             d.     Picture, if you have one
      V.     Summary (13 points)

5.   PowerPoint Presentation (assigned system(s) only) – HAVE FUN, BE CREATIVE =)
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Use your laboratory manual and this sheet to outline your lab notebook. You will be graded on this outline.
Make sure to describe location and function of each structure listed NO MATTER WHAT SYSTEM(S) YOU ARE
ASSIGNED. You will go into more detail on the particular system’s structures when writing your formal lab
report.

Laboratory Manual –Cat Dissection: A Laboratory Guide

External Anatomy and Skin
               A. Appendages
                   1. forelimb
                      a. brachium
                      b. antebrachium
                   2. hindlimb
                      a. thigh
                      b. leg
               B. Head
                   1. mouth
                   2. external nares
                   3. eyes
                   4. pinna
               C. Trunk – thorax & abdomen
                   1. nipples
                   2. urogenital openings
                      a. vestibule (female)
                      b. penis (male)
                      c. scrotum (male)
                      d. anal opening (male)

Dissection 1 – Muscular System
               A. Head and Neck
                      a. Masseter
                      b. Digastric
                      c. Sternohyoid
                      d. Sternothyroid
                      e. Sternomastoid
               B. Chest
                      a. Pectoantebrachialis
                      b. Pectoralis major
                      c. Xiphihmeralis
                      d. External intercostals
               C. Abdomen
                      a. Rectus abdominis
                      b. External oblique
                      c. Internal oblique
                      d. Transverse abdominis
               D. Back and Shoulder
                      a. Trapezius
                      b. Deltoid
                      c. Latissimus dorsi
                      d. Splenius
                      e. Levator scapulae ventralis
                      f. Rhomboideus capitis
                      g. Rhomboideus
                      h. Supraspinatus
                      i. Infraspinatus
                      j. Teres major
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                E. Arm and forearm
                       a. Brachialis
                       b. Triceps brachii lateral, medial, and long head
                       c. Brachioradialis
                       d. Extensor carpi radialis longus
                       e. Extensor digitorum communis
                       f. Extensor digitorum lateralis
                       g. Extensor carpi ulnaris
                       h. Extensor carpi radialis brevis
                       i. Biceps brachii
                       j. Epitrochlearis
                       k. Flexor carpi radialis
                       l. Palmaris longus
                       m. Flexor carpi ulnaris
                       n. Pronator teres
                F. Thigh
                       a. Sartorius
                       b. Tensor fasciae latae
                       c. Gluteus medius
                       d. Gluteus maximus
                       e. Caudofemoralis
                       f. Vastus lateralis
                       g. Biceps femoris
                       h. Semitendinosus
                       i. Adductors
                       j. Gracilis
                       k. Iliopsoas
                       l. Pectineus
                       m. Rectus femoris
                       n. Vastus medialis
                       o. Semimembranosous
                G. Leg
                       a. Gastrocnemius
                       b. Soleus
                       c. Peroneus
                       d. Extensor digitorum longus
                       e. Tibialis anterior
                       f. Flexor digitorum

Dissection 2- Major Nerves
   A. Brachial Plexus
          a. Musculocutaneous nerve
          b. Radial nerve
          c. Median nerve
          d. Ulnar nerve
   B. Lumbosacral Plexus
          a. Femoral nerve
          b. Sciatic nerve
          c. Tibial nerve
          d. Common fibular (peroneal) nerve

Dissection 3 – Endocrine Organs
   A.   Thyroid gland
   B.   Thymus
   C.   Pancreas
   D.   Adrenal glands
   E.   Ovaries
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    F.   Testes

Dissection 4 – Blood Vessels
    A. Arteries
           a. Pulmonary trunk
                     i. Right pulmonary artery
                    ii. Left pulmonary artery
           b. Ascending aorta
           c. Aortic arch
                     i. Brachiocephalic artery
                    ii. Left subclavian artery
           d. Subclavian artery
           e. R and L common carotid arteries
           f. Vertebral artery
           g. Axillary artery
           h. Brachial artery
           i. Radial artery
           j. Ulnar arteries
           k. Thoracic aorta
           l. Abdominal aorta
           m. Celiac trunk
           n. Superior mesenteric artery
           o. Renal arteries
           p. Testicular arteries
           q. Ovarian arteries
           r. Inferior mesenteric artery
           s. Iliolumbar arteries
           t. R and L external iliac arteries
           u. Internal iliac artery
           v. Femoral artery
           w. Popliteal artery
    B. Veins
           a. Great saphenous vein
           b. Femoral vein
           c. External iliac vein
           d. Common iliac vein
           e. Inferior vena cava
           f. Renal veins
           g. Gonadal veins
           h. Hepatic portal vein
           i. Radial vein
           j. Ulnar vein
           k. Brachial vein
           l. Axillary vein
           m. Subclavian vein
           n. R and L brachiocephalic vein
           o. Superior vena cava
           p. External jugular vein

Dissection 5 – Lymphatic System
    A.   Lymph nodes
    B.   Thymus
    C.   Spleen
    D.   Thoracic duct



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Dissection 6 – Respiratory System
   A.   External nares
   B.   Nasal cavity
   C.   Oral pharynx
   D.   Larynx
             a. Thyroid cartilage
             b. Cricoid cartilage
             c. Epiglottis
             d. Glottis
             e. False vocal cords
             f. True vocal cords
   E.   Trachea
             a. C-shaped tracheal cartilage
             b. Trachealis muscle
   F.   R and L Primary bronchi
   G.   Secondary bronchi
   H.   Tertiary bronchi
   I.   Anterior, medial, posterior, and mediastinal lobes of lungs
   J.   Anterior, medial, and posterior lobes of lungs
   K.   Hilus
             a. Primary bronchus
             b. Pulmonary artery
             c. Pulmonary vein
   L.   Parietal pleura
   M.   Visceral pleura
   N.   Diaphragm

Dissection 7 – Digestive System
   A. Mouth, Oropharynx, and Salivary Glands
          a. Vestibule
          b. Hard palate
          c. Soft palate
          d. Canine teeth
          e. Tongue
          f. Lingual frenulum
          g. Oropharynx
          h. Salivary glands
                    i. Lymph nodes
                   ii. Parotid gland
                  iii. Parotid duct
                  iv. Submandibular gland
                   v. Sublingual gland
   B. Esophagus and Abdominal Organs
          a. Laryngopharynx
          b. Esophagus
          c. Diaphragm
          d. Esophageal hiatus
          e. Greater omentum
          f. Peritoneum
          g. Peritoneal cavity
          h. Gallbladder
          i. Cystic duct
          j. Falciform ligament

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           k. Stomach
                     i. Lesser omentum
                    ii. Lesser curvature
                   iii. Esophageal sphincter
                   iv. Greater curvature
                    v. Rugae
                   vi. Cardia
                  vii. Fundus
                 viii. Body
                   ix. Pylorus
                    x. Pyloric sphincter
           l. Spleen
           m. Pancreas
                     i. Head
                    ii. Common bile duct
                   iii. Common hepatic duct
           n. Small intestines
                     i. Duodenum
                    ii. Jejunum
                   iii. Ileum
                   iv. Mesentery
                    v. Ileocecal junction (sphincter)
           o. Large intestine (colon)
                     i. Cecum
                    ii. Ascendic colon
                   iii. Transverse colon
                   iv. Descending colon
                    v. Rectum
                   vi. Mesocolon
                  vii. Rectum
                 viii. Anus

Dissection 8: Urinary and Reproductive Systems
       A. Urinary system
              a. Adipose capsule
              b. Adrenal glands
              c. Renal hilus
              d. Renal artery
              e. Renal vein
              f. Ureter
              g. Abdominal aorta
              h. Inferior vena cava
              i. Urinary bladder
              j. Uteters
              k. Urethra
       B. Male Reproductive System
              a. External urethral orifice
              b. Penis
              c. Prepuce
              d. Glans penis
              e. Scrotum
              f. Testes
              g. Epididymis
              h. Ductus (vas) deferens




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         i.  Spermatic cord
                   i. Testicular artery
                  ii. Testicular vein
                 iii. Autonomic nerves
                 iv. Inguinal canal
        j. Urethra
        k. Prostate
        l. Bulbourethral glands
        m. Corpora cavernosa
        n. Corpus spongiosum
        o. Spongy urethra
C.   Female Reproductive System
        a. Body of the uterus
        b. Uterine horns
        c. Ovaries
        d. Uterine tubes
                   i. Fimbriae
        e. Urethra
        f. Vagina
        g. Urinary bladder
        h. Urogenital sinus
        i. Urogenital oriface




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