The Anatomy and Physiology of Animals/Directional Terms Worksheet 1

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Chapter 4 Body Organisation

Insert the missing directional terms in the blanks in the statements below the diagram.

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1. The head is .............. to the tail
2. The spinal cord is ............to the vertebral column.
3. The thumb is .............to the elbow.
4. The humerus is...............to the ulna.
5. The lungs are ...............to the heart.
6. The dorsal aorta is...............to the vertebral column.
7. The lumbar vertebrae are.............to the thoracic vertebrae.
8. The scapula is............... to the clavicle.
9. The bladder is...............to the small intestine.
10. The oesophagus is..............to the trachea.
11. The tibia is................to the fibula
12. The patella is................to the knee joint.
13. The pelvic girdle is ...............to the vagina.
14. The intestines are..................to the liver.
15. The nasal cavity is.................to the mouth
16. The heart is....................to the elbow.
17. The heart is..................to the stomach
18. The atlas vertebra is..............to the axis vertebra
19. The fibula is................to the femur
20. The radius is ...............to the phalanges

Notes

Dorsal = Nearer to the back than

Ventral = Nearer to the belly than

Caudal = Nearer to the tail than (use inferior only for humans)

Cranial = nearer to the head than (use superior only for humans)

Medial = nearer to the mid point than

Lateral = nearer to the outside than

Distal = further away from the body than-use only for structures on limbs

Proximal = nearer to the body than –use only for structures on limbs

Rostral = nearer to the nose than

Worksheet 1 Answers

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