Bio2020 exam 3
#1. Upon entering the eye, the first structure that strikes is the ? - Cornea #2. most refraction in the - cornea #3. Normal Vision - Emmetropia #4. During Accommodation - the pupils reflexively c...
Rosorio5|3 years ago|±0|12 views
#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|3 years ago|±0|33 views
A&PII Vocabulary Words
#1. Afferent (sensory) neuron - a neuron conducting impulses inwards to the brain or spinal cord #2. Efferent (motor) neuron - a neuron conducting impulses outwards from the brain or spinal cord #3....
lacer|7 years ago|±0|102 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...
Ambrosiac|2 years ago|±0|27 views
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|5 months ago|±0|5 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...
adbrwns|6 years ago|+1|85 views
#1. what types are cells are found in the nervous system? - neuroglia (glial) cells, ependymal cells, microglia, astrocytes #2. neuroglia (glial) cells - regulate the environment around neurons, pro...
rappt2|7 years ago|±0|170 views
A&P 1, Unit 1
Warning to anyone who needs to know everything...I do not have cards for sural, crural, hallux, or pollex regions.
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#1. Pectoralis major - Origin- clavicle, sternum, cartilage of first 6 ribs insertion- humerus action- prime mover of arm flexion (adducts, medially, rotates arm) #2. Deltoid - Origin- clavica...
Shelbymiller012|6 years ago|±0|21 views
#1. fibrous joint - structural classification; bones joined by fibrous tissue, no joint cavity is present; 3 types - sutures, syndesmoses, gomphoses #2. sutures - occur only between bones of the sku...
rappt2|7 years ago|±0|500 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 ...
audrie_michele|7 years ago|±0|188 views
#1. 1) The dartos and cremaster muscles are important to the integrity of the male reproductive system. Which of the following is true about the role they play? A) They contract to push sperm alon...
hbear|5 years ago|±0|379 views
#1. What is the average water content? - 60%, 42 L #2. How does the avg water content differ in females? - More body fat, less water #3. What are the fluid compartments? - ICF, ECF #4. how the perc...
Vanessamae98|3 years ago|±0|23 views