Kalu_A&PII Final Exam Review
#1. The shortest part of the small intestine is the ________ - Duodenum #2. Which of these is not a feature of the large intestine? a. Plicae Circularis b. Tania Coli c. Haustrations d. Omental a...
Victoria_Schuler|6 years ago|±0|24 views
Human Anatomy: Bones by Development
#1. List the 3 categories of bones by development. - membranous, cartilaginous, membrocartilaginous #2. Ossify from mesenchymal condensations in the intrauterine life. Example: bones of the skull and...
acaverett90|9 years ago|±0|82 views
#1. vitamin B1 (thiamine) - beriberi (nerve disorders - tingling. poor coordination, reduced heart function #2. vitamin B2 (riboflavin) - skin lesions such as cracks at the corner of the mouth #3....
lmattox05|7 years ago|±0|12 views
#1. Start (#1) - Oral cavity #2. #2 - Pharynx #3. #3 - Esophagus #4. #4 - Gastroesophageal Sphincter (Cardiac Sphincter) #5. #5 - Stomach #6. #6 - Pyloric Valve #7. #7 - Duodenum (Small Intesti...
Jared_Wolf|7 years ago|±0|12 views
Human anatomy ch 1 vocab 2
#1. Superior - Toward the head #2. Inferior - Away from the head #3. Ventral - In front of the body #4. Dorsal - Toward backside of body #5. Medial - Toward middle of body #6. Lateral - Toward o...
bonnie|7 years ago|±0|46 views
Human anatomy chapter 1 vocab
#1. Integumentary system - The external covering of the body, or the skin #2. Skeletal system - Consists of bones, cartilages, ligaments, joints #3. Muscular system - Skeletal muscles form this sys...
bonnie|7 years ago|±0|57 views
The respiratory system Pg.1
#1. What are the 5 main functions of the respiratory system? - the 5 main functions of the respiratory system are: 1. exchange of 02 and CO2 2. voice production 3. regulation of plasma ...
Michelle_Madaras|6 years ago|±0|35 views
Circulatory System: Blood
#1. Hematopoiesis - Production of blood #2. Erythropoiesis - Red blood cell production #3. Hypoxia - Too few red blood cells; low oxygen condition #4. leukopoiesis - production of white blood cell...
sgani24|9 years ago|±0|54 views
Diseases and conditions of the nail
#1. ridges and furrows are what ? - Possibility the result of age, thickening of nails or illness #2. longitudinal (vertical ridges) are ? - possibly associated with ill health #3. single ridges are...
Natalie_Sayer|3 years ago|±0|4 views
Final Exam Revie
#1. The plateau phase of the cardiac muscle action potential relates to flow of Ca out of the sarcoplasm equal flow of Ca into sarcoplasm and flow of K out of the sarcoplasm relaxation of the muscl...
Alonzo_Morris|1 year ago|±0|1 view