dorsal of the heart means: when you cut the heart from proximal to distal containing all four chambers its surfaces are the dorsal part and outside of the heart is called ventral part
it is dorsal because i said so
The esophagus is dorsal to the trachea and ventral to the spinal cord.
Dorsal and ventral roots are a feature of spinal nerves only. Cranial nerves do not have dorsal and ventral roots.
"dorsal"means on the back, "ventral" means on the stomach
The ventral side is lighter than the dorsal.
The opposite of it's dorsal. The Dorsal is the back, Ventral is the Front. Hence the dorsal fin on ocean-based organisms
The dorsal of the frog absorbs heat energy and the ventral of the frog cools all the heat that the dorsal takes in. == ==
the ventral cavity is anterior to the dorsal cavity which is in the posterior.
The dorsal and ventral horns are parts of the spinal cord. The ventral horn has a deep fissure along its midline, while the dorsal horn has an indentation along its midline.
The dorsal side of a biped is it's back and the ventral side is the abdomen.
The difference in color between the ventral and dorsal sides of a frog is used for camouflage. The dorsal side is greenish in color while the ventral side is almost white.
Ventral and dorsal are not sides. The words usually refer to gun turrets on WW2 bombers, dorsal being the top turret and ventral one underneath the fuselage.
The chin is ventral to the ears
ventral, i think...
The frontal plane divides the body into a dorsal and a ventral section.
The auricle and ventricle. The auricle is the more dorsal chamber of the heart, while the ventrile is the more ventral chamber.
Ventral is the front, Dorsal is the back
Dorsal is the opposite of ventral
The dorsal side is its back, and the ventral side is its 'stomach'. The crayfish is vulnerable on its soft underbelly - the ventral side.
The dorsal surface is a green color and has spots. The ventral surface is a lighter green color.
The dorsal surface is a greenish color. The ventral surface is a sandy color.
The top of the tongue is the dorsal surface. The underside of the tongue is the ventral surface.
the ventral side. the dorsal side is the back of the rat ( think of the dorsal fin on a wale is on its back )
The dorsal is the back. Ventral is the belly.
ventral, i think...
No, they only have a ventral blood vessel.
The dorsal root carry sensory information and the ventral root carry motor information.
On the dorsal side it needs camouflage, but on the ventral side its facing down so it doesn't
The frontal plane separates the body into dorsal and ventral parts. This can also be called a coronal plane.
Ventral is the belly side. Dorsal is the back. ventral also known as the anterior surface
The nerve cord of an earthworm is ventral because the nerve cord runs down the ventral, or belly, plane of the organism compared to a dorsal nerve cord, which would run down the dorsal, or back, plane of the organism.
Ventral is the lower part of the body(light-colored on a earthworm)(stomachs on a human) and dorsal is the top(butts on a human)(darker side on a earthworm)
It rests on the dorsal part of your body. The ventral is the front part of your body, so your stomach/chest area.
The dorsal side of an organism is it's back and can also be called the posterior. The anterior or ventral side is the front. For example on a human the back would be the dorsal side and the chest would be the ventral side.
Ventral root - ventral side of spinal cord no ganglion info goes out of spinal cord anterior horn cell bodies of motor neuron Dorsal root- dorsal side of spinal cord dorsal ganglion root info into spinal cord posterior horn cell bodies of sensory neurons Spinal nerves are formed from dorsal and ventral root, so they have both sensory and motor axons.
The circulatory system of an earthworm consists a dorsal blood vessel and at least four ventral blood vessels, each providing some of the functions of a heart. The dorsal vessel is provided with valves and is the only true heart.
The dorsal side of the fish, which is on the fish's top, is darker than the ventral surfaces, which is on the bottom of the fish in a lighter color.
Dorsal is the back. Just think of a dolphin's dorsal fin and you'll never get ventral and dorsal mixed up again.
The dorsal side of an earthworm is darker than the ventral side because of the dorsal blood vessal that runs along the top of the digestive track and just under the skin. There is a ventral blood vessal, but it doesn't lie against the skin, but instead in between the ventral nerve cord and the digestive track.
The dorsal side of an earthworm is darker than the ventral side. This is because of the dorsal blood vessal that runs along the top of the digestive track and just under the skin. There is a ventral blood vessel, but it doesn't lie against the skin, but instead in between the ventral nerve cord and the digestive track.
dorsal = back ventral = stomach anterior - front posterior - back For a worm... worms back side = dorsal underside = ventral head area front = anterior hind end = posterior