#1. Layer of Dense Irregular CT that surrounds cartilage. -Acts like girdle, helps resist outward expansion - Perichondrium #2. Found In the end joints of our long bones at moveable joints - Articu...
Bernadine_Trujillo|2 years ago|±0|12 views
Skeletal System - Chain Link Questions
Each student receives a card with a question at the top and an answer at the bottom (the question and answer do not match). The student must match their definition to the person with the matching voca...
jagaragon|2 years ago|±0|8 views
A and P 4
#1. Cell Junction - Contact points between cells that bind them together into a functional unit. Form seals between cells Anchor cells in place Provides channels for communication between cel...
Ryan_Doyle|4 years ago|±0|17 views
Nervous System Diseases/Injuries
These describe many common nervous system diseases and injuries as lectured on in class
rrtalton819|8 years ago|±0|120 views
Cranial Nerve Report
#1. Olfactory Nerve - Sensory #2. Optic Nerve - Sensory #3. Vestibulocochlear Nerve - Sensory #4. Sensory Receptor of Olfactory Nerves - Olfactory fibers #5. Sensory Function of Olfactory Nerves ...
curlyq|6 years ago|±0|45 views
Module 1 Common Abbreviations
#1. ACh - acetylcholine #2. ADH - antidiuretic hormone #3. ANS - autonomic nervous system #4. ATP - adenosine triphosphate #5. AMP - adenosine monophosphate #6. cAMP - cyclic adenosine monophosp...
Caitlin_Horrocks|3 years ago|±0|9 views
Upper Respiratory Tract
#1. A - Sphenoidal sinus #2. B - Pharyngeal tonsil #3. C - Opening of auditory tube #4. D - Nasopharynx #5. E - Internal nares #6. F - Uvula #7. G - Palatine tonsil #8. H - Oropharynx #9. I -...
Amoritos|7 weeks ago|±0|2 views
BIOL 2402: Exam 2
#1. What is NOT one of the three main factors influencing blood pressure? - emotional state #2. What chemical does NOT help regulate blood pressure? - nitric acid #3. What best describes arteries? ...
Sarah_Hrehor|4 years ago|±0|275 views
Chapter 22: Respiratory System - Disorders and Transportation
#1. Coughing - A long-drawn and deep inhalation followed by complete closure of glottis, which results in a strong exhalation that suddenly pushes the glottis open and sends a blast of air t...
Staylor|4 years ago|±0|53 views
#1. Lymphedema - Swelling of tissue due to swollen lymph vessels #2. Two types of lymphatic tissues - Diffuse lympathic tissue and lymphatic follicles #3. Immunity provided by B- lymphocyte cells -...
Theresa_Branton|2 years ago|±0|21 views
unit 5 exam prep
#1. What are the 3 ways to classify sensory receptors? - type of stimulus they detect location in body structural complexity #2. list the sensory receptors that are classified by stimulus type: ...
crowe7811|3 years ago|±0|82 views