How is Lymph Formed and Transported – Lymph Circulation Flow Chart

How is Lymph Formed

The lymph is a clear, colorless fluid in the lymph capillaries, vessels, trunk, ducts, and sinus of the lymph nodes. Its composition is similar to the plasma (with slight variation) and returns to normal blood circulation through the cranial vena cava. But how is lymph formed and transported into normal blood circulation? If you have … Read more

Body Cavities and Organs with Labeled Diagram – The Major and Minor Body Cavity of an Animal

Body cavities and organs labeled diagram

While studying the gross animal anatomy, you will find different body cavities. These body cavities are the fluid-fill spaces or compartments that hold and protect the animal’s internal organs. Here, in this article, I will discuss the boundary of different body cavities and organs from the animal.  You will also find the body cavities and organs labeled diagram so that you may identify … Read more

Lumbosacral Plexus Nerves Anatomy of Ox – The Course of Ischiatic, Tibial and Fibular nerve

Lumbosacral plexus nerves of ox

The lumbosacral plexus forms by the ventral branches of the fourth, fifth, sixth lumbar spinal nerves along with the first and second sacral spinal nerves in ox. You will find a slight variation in the formation of lumbosacral plexus in other different species like goat, horse, and dog compared to an ox. I will show … Read more

Types of Bones in the Body with Labeled Diagram

Types of bones in the body

Bones are the principal component of an animal’s skeleton. You will find different types of bones in a skeleton. In this article, I will discuss the different types of bones from animal skeleton with labeled diagrams.  Last few days ago, I got several inquiries on the classification of bones. It is essential and the basic needs for any anatomy … Read more

Animal Vertebrae Identification – Anatomy of Cervical, Thoracic and Lumbar Vertebra

Animal vertebrae

According to the different body regions, animal vertebrae are classified into cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacrum and caudal vertebrae. In this article, I will show you the animal vertebrae identification with labeled images.  Hi there, welcome back to anatomy learner and thanks for getting into this animal vertebrae identification article (animal bone identification). If you want to know how to identify … Read more