What is the serous membrane cover the organs of the abdominopelvic?
The peritoneum is a serous membrane that covers the organs of the abdominopelvic cavity.
Serous membranes line body cavities that do not open directly to the outside, and they cover the organs located in those cavities. Serous membranes are covered by a thin layer of serous fluid that is secreted by the epithelium. Serous fluid lubricates the membrane and reduces friction and abrasion when organs in the thoracic or abdominopelvic cavity move against each other or the cavity wall. Serous membranes have special names given according to their location…
Viscera denotes the organs in the body cavities. (The heart confined in the Pericardial cavity, the lungs in the Pleural cavity, and the abdominal organs in the Peritoneal cavity). Visceral membrane (visceral serosa) covers those organs. More info could be find on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serosa
Don't know what you mean by 'serious.' Do you mean 'serous' as in fluid-filled? The membrane that can cover over a frog/toad's eyes (and other amphibian, reptile, even mammal species) is known as a 'nictating' membrane. It is there to protect against fluid and debris from coming into contact with the corneal surface of those eyes.
pleural membranes are separated from parietal by a thin film of watery fluid and usually cover an internal organ like lungs. pericardial membranes surround the heart peritioneal membranes line the abdominopelvic cavity So basically, the only difference is what each variety membrane surrounds or covers.