Chapter 2 Cells
Chapter 2: Cells With some directional terms in the end ( ADD with chapter 1 when printing out ) so i've added
roneshac93|1 year ago|±0|16 views
anatomy exam 4, thigh muscles
#1. anterior compartment of the thigh muscles - pectineus, iliopsoas, Sartorius, and quadriceps femoris #2. attachments of pectineus - superior ramus of the pubis pectineal line of the femur #3. p...
Brittani_Berg|2 years ago|±0|9 views
#1. Organ for secretion of digestive enzymes? - Pancreas #2. Transport of materials to the stomach? - Esophogus #3. Organ for storage and concentration of bile? - Gallbladder #4. Organ that does se...
Quacky_13|5 years ago|±0|32 views
joints and upper limb for anatomy final
#1. synovial joint - articular capsule, articular cartilage, joint cavity, synovial fluid can be plane, hinge, saddle, condyloid, ball and socket and pivot allows movement! #2. fibrous joint ...
Brittani_Berg|2 years ago|±0|14 views
Week 1 - Orientation to the human body
#1. What is the anatomical position? - Standing erect, feet facing forward and slightly apart, arms by side, palms are supinated (upwards) #2. What does Anterior/Ventral mean? - Front of the body #3...
DexterMorgan|6 years ago|±0|102 views
chapter 4 : The Integumentary System
#1. functions of the skin - protection against uv excretion of products, helps regulate body temp secretion #2. the integumentary system consist of - cutaneous membrane, epidermis, dermis , subcuta...
gotstyo|8 years ago|±0|188 views
circulatory system anatomy
#1. veins - return blood to heart (blue) #2. arteries - take blood away from heart (red) #3. 1. Blood from the body returns via.... - the inferior and superior vena cava to the right atrium #4. 2. ...
eloogman|9 years ago|±0|659 views
Muscles A I O Trail guide to the body Week 4
#1. Deltoid - A- -Flex, Medially rotate, Horizontally Adduct, Extend, laterally, Horizontally abduct O- Lateral 1/3 of clavicle, acromion and spine of scapula I- Deltoid Tuberosity #2. Trapez...
jachang|2 years ago|±0|12 views
Skull & Face Quiz #7
#1. What are the two parts that form the skull? - the neurocranium and the facial skeleton #2. What provides the case for the brain, CNs, blood vessels and meninges? - The neurocranium #3. What is t...
dsowa95|2 years ago|±0|20 views
#1. Cephalic - Head #2. Cranial - Skull #3. Facial - Face #4. Frontal - Forehead #5. Temporal - Temple #6. Orbital/Occular - Eye #7. Otic - Ear #8. Buccal - Cheek #9. Nasal - Nose #10. Oral ...
ashmookler|7 years ago|±0|108 views
#1. What is anatomical postition? - Upright, Arms at side, Palms facing forward (anteriorly;supine) #2. Define Anatomy - Study of structures and nomenclature #3. Define Physiology - Study of functi...
Spinicki82|8 years ago|±0|107 views