Major arteries of the body. The kidneys and spleen are also shown with their respective arteries. Labels: 1, cheek arteries; 2, coeliac axis; 3, gastric artery; 4, hepatic artery; 5, spleenic artery; 6, supra-renal artery on right side; 7, right renal artery; 8, lumbar arteries; 9, upper mesenteric artery; 10, the two spermatic arteries; 11, the lower mesenteric; 12, the middle sacras; 13, the common iliac; 14, internal iliac of the right side; 15, external iliac; 16, episgastric artery; 17, circumflex iliac artery; 18, femoral artery.

Major Arteries

Major arteries of the body. The kidneys and spleen are also shown with their respective arteries. Labels:…

"Entosternum of scorpion (Palamnaeus indus, de Geer); dorsal surface. asp, Paired anterior process of the subneural arch. snp, Sub-neural arch. ap, Anterior lateral process. lmp, Lateral median process. pp, Posterior process. pf, Posterior flap or diaphragm of Newport. m1 and m2, Perforations of the diaphragm for the passage of muscles. DR, the paired dorsal ridges. GC, Gastric canal or foramen. AC, Arterial canal or foramen." — The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Entosternum

"Entosternum of scorpion (Palamnaeus indus, de Geer); dorsal surface. asp, Paired anterior process of…

"The inner coat of the stomach has its surface honeycombed with millions of little pits. We have all seen this in tripe. In the floor of each of these tiny pits a number of tubes open. These are the openings of the <em>gastric glands</em>." &mdash; Blaisedell, 1904

Gastric gland

"The inner coat of the stomach has its surface honeycombed with millions of little pits. We have all…

A thin section through the gastric mucous membrane which lines the stomach, perpendicular to its surface, magnified about 25 diameters. a, a simple peptic gland; b, a compound peptic gland; c, a mucous gland.

Section through the Gastric Mucous Membrane

A thin section through the gastric mucous membrane which lines the stomach, perpendicular to its surface,…

"The stomach is a half-gallon sac, with an outer wall of muscle lined within by mucous membrane, made largely of gastric glands of which there are more than a million. These glands, each consisting of a tube with several branches, give out daily three quarts of gastric juice to dissolve the lean meat and other like foods." &mdash;Davison, 1910

Stomach

"The stomach is a half-gallon sac, with an outer wall of muscle lined within by mucous membrane, made…

"A tiny block out of the stomach wall. a, the mucous membrane; c and d, the muscles; h, gastric glands; m and n, blood tubes to the glands; e, mouths of glands within the stomach." &mdash;Davison, 1910

Cross section of stomach wall

"A tiny block out of the stomach wall. a, the mucous membrane; c and d, the muscles; h, gastric glands;…

"The Inner Surface of the Stomach, from which the the Epithelium has been removed, showing the Openings of Gastric Glands." &mdash; Blaisedell, 1904

Inner surface of the stomach

"The Inner Surface of the Stomach, from which the the Epithelium has been removed, showing the Openings…