The structure of the human liver is different from that of a cat. A human liver has only four lobes whereas a cat's liver has five lobes.
There are 4 lobes in a rat's liver. >.<
If my memory is not at fault, a rat has 4 liver lobes.
oneActually, the liver is separated into four parts called "lobes". So, there are four parts to the liver.
The sections of the liver are also known as the lobes. The liver has split into five lobes (sections)
Dogfish have 3 lobes in their liver, 2 large lobes and 1 central small lobe.
the human liver has 4 lobes: the right lobe and left lobe, which may be seen in an anterior view plus the quadrate lobe and caudate lobe, which may be seen on the visceral surface.4
A frog does not have lobes on the lungs. It has three lobes on the liver.
The fetal pig's live is comprised of five lobs. The human liver has just four lobes which are the right, left, caudate, and quadrate.
The liver lobes are subdivisions of the liver. There are four of them. They are the left lobe, right lobe, quadrate and caudate lobes.
Cats have six liver lobes; the left lateral, left medial, quadrate, right medial, right lateral and caudate lobes.
Four - the right, left, caudate and quadrate lobes.
There are 4 lobes in each hemisphere of the human brain for a total of 8 lobes.
A shark's liver is made of two large lobes that concentrate and store oils and fatty acids. The liver functions in energy storage and buoyancy.
A pig's liver has five lobes. The function of the lobes in a pig's liver is to prevent food from going into the trachea. To filter toxins out of the blood.
A fetal pig liver has four lobes in their liver. These four lobes are used for blood filtering nutrients and toxins in their bloodstream.
the pig has 4 lobes, i i learned that in one of my bio labs.