#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...
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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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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...
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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...
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The Skeletal System
#1. Label the skeletal system. Anterior view. - Orbit Cervical vertebrae = Rib cage Xiphoid process Floating ribs Lumbar vertebrae Pelvis Sacru...
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Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 3
#1. The illustration of simple cuboidal epithelium is ________. A) Label A B) Label B C) Label C D) Label D E) Label E - B #2. The illustration of skeletal muscle t...
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A&P II Chapters 16 and 17 Attendance Quiz 2 and 3 Unit Test 2
Northeast Mississippi Community College NEMCC A&P II Chapter 16 Chapter 17
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A&P II Chapters 20 21 and 22 Attendance Quiz 6 and 7 Unit Test 6 Northeast Mississippi Community College
...anatomy and physiology 2 NEMCC BIO 2524...
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#1. Function of the Nervous System - Sensory input - Info. gathered by sensory receptors about int. and ext. changes Integration - Interpretation of sensory input Motor output - Activation of e...
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Section 1 notecards
#1. What makes the "lub-dub" sound? - Lub sound comes from the ventricles fill and the AV valve slam shut. Dub sound comes from ventricles contract and the semilunar valve shuts. #2. Name the serous...
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USC Bridge 2.6 Nucleic Acids
#1. Nucleic acids - Composed of the largest molecules in the body: C,H,O,N and P nucleic axis polymers are made up of monomers called nucleotides. Composed of nitrogen base, a pentose sugar, and ...
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USC Bridge 1.1 matter and properties of elements
...hydrogen O- oxygen N- nitrogen P- phosphorus S- sulfur #9. Major ions that contribute to physiological function, can be called salts: - Na- sodium K- potassium Cl- chloride Ca- calcium Mg-...
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Connective Tissue (Ch.4 Histology)
#1. Connective Tissue (has 3 components) - Protein Fibers Ground substance Fluid #2. 3 types of protein fibers - Collagen (flexible but doesn't stretch) Reticular (short collagen fibers that ...
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