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|351 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|8 months ago|±0|14 views
Chapter 6: The Muscular System
#1. Muscle Fibers - Skeletal & smooth muscle cells are elongated, not cardiac muscle cells. #2. Skeletal Muscle Fibers - Packaged into the organs & attach to the body's skeleton. #3. Striated Muscle...
Crawford40847|5 years ago|±0|421 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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Unit 1 Review
...of the function of the body to sustain life - Physiology #3. Study of large, visual body structures (can...changes before birth - Embryology #7. Renal physiology is a study involving the - kidney function and...
jjomo639|10 years ago|+1|1,108 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|387 views
#1. The epidermis is composed of - keratinized stratified squamous epithelium #2. four principal types of cells - keratinocytes, melanocytes, Langerhans cells, and Merkel cells #3. 90% of epidermal ...
jonxlane|9 years ago|+1|791 views
Anatomy & Physiology II - Test 1 Review
#1. Describe the 3 functions of blood: - 1.) Transports O2, CO2, nutrients, hormones, stem cells 2.) Regulates homeostasis, stabilizes pH & temperature 3.) Protein - limits sp...
nursekjp99|4 years ago|±0|229 views
The reproductive system
#1. A blastocyst is a hollow ball of cells, while the morula is a solid ball of cells. True/False - True #2. Acrosomal enzymes trigger exocytosis of cortical granules in the cortical reaction. Tr...
Beth_Pruis_Haley|8 months ago|±0|18 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...
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Pregnancy and fetal development
...occurs. - preeclampsia #48. Which body system of a pregnant woman undergoes the most dramatic physiological changes during pregnancy? - cardiovascular system #49. What role does oxytocin play in promoting...
Ms_Arnold|3 years ago|±0|3,280 views