Answer: 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 onhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serosa
Answer: The serous membrane contains the epithelial layer and the connective tissue layer.
The epithelial layer produces cells that produce lubricating serious fluid. The Connective tissue later houses blood vessels and nerves and serves as the "binding layer" for the serous membrane to adhere to organs and other structures in the body.
Answer: The concept is called the geological column.Superposition is the principle that states rock is layered from oldest on bottom to youngest on top in a geological column as long as they have not been disturbed.
Answer: Parietal literally means next to a wall. In cell biology it can refer to things next to the cell wall but in anatomy and medicine it usually means next to the outer wall (usually chest or abdominal). The inner layer, closer to the body organs, is the visceral later.
Answer: The visceral membrane is a type of serous membrane, which covers the outer layer of organs (such as the intestines). It secretes small amounts of a serous fluid, which reduces friction between organs and other structures.