Bone Markings (b)
#1. head Projections that help to form joints - bony expansion carried on a narrow neck #2. facet Projections that help to form joints - smooth, nearly flat articular surface #3. condyle Projecti...
magnolias_86|2 years ago|±0|26 views
Anatomy Lab quiz
#1. Rectus abdominis - Indirectly flex vertebral column #2. Levator scapulae - Elevate and adduct scapula/ flexes neck #3. External oblique - indirectly flex and rotate vertebral column #4. interna...
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#1. Purpose of meiosis - reduces chromosomes to 23 singles #2. Where does this type of cell division occur - testes/ovaries #3. Diploid - full set #4. Haploid - half set #5. at what time during fe...
Vanessamae98|4 years ago|±0|37 views
The Respiratory System
#1. A drop in blood pH is likely to cause a slower breathing rate. True/False - False #2. As carbon dioxide enters systemic blood, it causes more oxygen to dissociate from hemoglobin (the Halda...
Beth_Pruis_Haley|7 months ago|±0|11 views
Chapter 7: The Nervous System
#1. Sensory Input - Gathering information to monitor changes occurring inside & outside the body changes = stimuli #2. Integration - To process and interpret sensory input and decide whether a...
Crawford40847|5 years ago|±0|384 views
Chemical Level of Organization Vocab
#1. Anabole - Meaning: a building up Example: anabolism #2. Endo- - Meaning: inside Example: edergonic #3. Exo- - Meaning: outside Example: exergonic #4. Glyco- - Meaning: sugar Example: glycogen ...
remmosx|8 years ago|±0|69 views
The Urinary System
French fries, some pickled eggs, and some cheese. How will consuming this much salt affect her physiology?a. It will cause a prolonged increase in the osmolality of the blood. b. There will be a temporary...
Beth_Pruis_Haley|7 months ago|±0|13 views
chapter 18 and 19
#1. PericardiumEpicardium - Sac around the heartper #2. fibrous pericardium - for protection, attach to surrounding structures, prevents overfilling of the heart. #3. serous pericardium - 2 layers ...
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#1. Frontal lobe #2. Parietal lobe #3. Occipital lobe #4. Temporal lobe #5. Insula #6. Longitudinal Fissue #7. Transverse Cerebral Fissure #8. Cerebellum #9. Pons #10. Medulla oblongata #11. Pituitary...
Carolanne_Sink|4 years ago|±0|348 views
Muscles of the trunk and upper limbs
#1. pectoralis major - large, fan-shaped muscle covering superior portion of chest O - sternal end of clavicle, sternum, cartilage of ribs 1-6, and aponeurosis of external oblique muscle I - fibers c...
rappt2|9 years ago|±0|300 views
Anatomy and Phys Final
#1. axial part of body - Head, neck, and trunk #2. appendicular part - limbs #3. dorsal cavity - brain and spinal cord #4. ventral cavity - all body organs(visceral) #5. Ventral Cavity has two div...
bekah_deitchel|8 years ago|+1|246 views
#1. What are the six main functions of the skeletal system - Support, Protection, Assistance in movement, Mineral homeostasis (storage and release, Blood cell production, Triglyceride storage. #2. Wh...
jonxlane|9 years ago|±0|433 views
#1. Which of the following cutaneous receptors is specialized for the reception of touch or light pressure? - Meissner's corpuscles #2. If a splinter penetrated the skin in to the third epidermal l...
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