NAME THE VENTRAL CAVITY THAT HAS NO BBONY PROTECTION
The ventral cavity houses almost all of the major body organs. It is subdivided into 2 cavities: a) thoracic cavity - housed by the ribcage. b) abdominopelvic cavity - located on the abdomen and pelvis, as the name implies. The diaphragm is the muscle organ that separates the thoracic and abdominopelvic cavity. The organs on each sub-cavity are as follows: THORACIC: heart - located in the mediastinum 2 lungs ABDOMINAL liver stomach pancreas gall bladder spleen small and large intestines 2 kidneys 2 adrenal glands ureter PELVIC female - uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, urinary bladder male - urinary bladder, prostate gland, seminal vesicles
There are several muscles that are responsible for breathing. They are the Diaphragm, the external intercostal muscle, and the internal intercostal muscle.
The palatoglossal arch composed of the palatoglossal muscle and it's mucous membrane covering.
Thorac cavity(chest cavity)
The diaphragm. When you breathe, the diaphragm contracts which helps to expand your chest cavity and when you exhale the diaphragm relaxes.
External oblique, internal oblique, and transversus abdominis
oral cavity buccal cavity
The two subdivisions of the Dorsal Cavity are the Cranial Cavity and the Vertebral Cavity.
This another name for the thoracic cavity. The thoracic cavity contains the heart and lungs.
The oral cavity is another name for the mouth.
It's called - the diaphragm (pronounced di-a-fram)
Spongocoel, literally 'sponge cavity'.
the internal body cavity
No other name for pelvic cavity, I guess you could also call it the pelvis
name the organs that composethe troath cavity
The abdominal cavity and the chest cavity are the two largest body cavities in humans.
antrum - a natural cavity or hollow in a bone bodily cavity, cavum, cavity - (anatomy) a natural hollow or sinus within the body