#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|5 years ago|±0|23 views
Chapter 1: The Human Body Overview of Systems
The 11 systems of the Human body and their functions.
BigDawg|8 years ago|+1|273 views
#1. cephalic - head #2. frontal - forehead #3. ocular - eyes #4. otis - ears #5. nasal - nose #6. buccal - cheek #7. mental - chin #8. cervical - neck #9. oral - mouth #10. acromial - top of...
eddingfieldrachelm|1 year ago|±0|4 views
#1. Pulmonary ventilation – - moving air into and out of the lungs #2. External respiration – - gas exchange between the lungs and the blood #3. Transport – - transport of oxygen and carbon dioxide...
Semerson89|5 years ago|±0|29 views
Circulatory & Lymphatic Medical Terminology
#1. tox/o - poison #2. -edema - accumulation of fluid in body tissues; swelling #3. cyt/o - cell #4. immun/o - immunity; safe #5. lymph/o - lymph #6. splen/o - spleen #7. thym/o - thymus gland ...
Mrs_Seely|5 months ago|±0|10 views
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|5 years ago|±0|17 views
#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|7 years ago|±0|23 views
Chapter 18 - Endocrine System
#1. –Direct communication - Exchange of ions and molecules between adjacent cells across gap junctions Occurs between two cells of the same type Highly specialized and relatively rare #2. –Pa...
Jenchriseiman|1 year ago|±0|11 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|9 years ago|±0|517 views
Central Nervous System: The Brain and Spinal Cord
#1. Major brain regions - telencephalon, diencephalon, metencephalon, myelencephalon #2. telencephalon - cerebrum - higher mental activities, processes somatic sensory and motor info, L/R hemisphere...
rappt2|9 years ago|±0|348 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|9 years ago|±0|106 views
#1. SUPPORT - PROVIDES STRUCTURAL SUPPORT FOR ENTIRE BODY. PROVIDE A FRAMEWORK #2. STORAGE OF MINERALS - THE CALCIUM SALTS OF BONES REPRESENT A VALUABLE MINERAL RESERVE THAT MAINTAIN NORMAL CONCENTR...
angelaraney|9 years ago|±0|1,082 views
Skeletal system overview / Vocab
#1. Axial Skeleton - Forms the central supporting axis of the skeletal system #2. appendicular skeleton - Includes the appendages/extremities of the skeletal system #3. sesamoid bone - bones that f...
jonxlane|9 years ago|±0|129 views