The Skeletal System: Bone
#1. six main functions of the skeletal system. - support, protection, assistance in movement, mineral homeostasis ( storage and release), blood cell production, triglyceride storage. #2. Yellow bone...
kenriquez1031|6 years ago|±0|32 views
Lab Pratical 2
#1. Splenius Capitis #2. Sternocleidomastoid #3. Levator Scapulae #4. scalenes #5. Trapezius #6. Clavicle...label 12 - orbicularis oris #42. masseter #43. Label 1 - Galea aponeurotica #44. Label 2 - Temporalis #45...
kellec12|2 years ago|+1|6 views
Cytology Ch 3 & 4
#1. Cytoplasm - the substance that surrounds organelles and is located between the nucleus and plasma membrane #2. Oganelles - permanent structures with characteristics morphology, specialized for...
kellec12|2 years ago|±0|11 views
Key Processes of Physiology involving muscles and bones
#1. Muscle Fiber Contraction - Phase 1-motor neuron stimulates muscle fiber step 1-action potential...sarcolemma Phase 2-excititation coupling occurs 1-action potential travels across sarcolemma 2-action...
Chelsey_Allan|4 years ago|±0|16 views
body direction and body planes
#1. SUPERIOR - ABOVE-ALWAYS APPEAR ABOVE OTHER STRUCTURES #2. INFERIOR - BELOW- ALWAYS BELOW OTHER STRUCTURES #3. ANTERIOR - FRONT-THE FACE,CHEST, AND ABDOMEN #4. MEDIAL - TOWARD THE MIDLINE THE STERNUM...
Mari_RodalesRojas|5 years ago|±0|31 views
Chapter 4-Tissues Part 2
#1. Cartilage that resists compression. - FIBROCARTILAGE #2. Fascia layer that lies between the skin and the underlying organs - SUPERFICIAL FASCIA #3. This type of cartilage provides both strength and...
keystweety|5 years ago|±0|86 views
BIO215LAB LAB 1 Terminology
#1. cephalic - head #2. forehead - frontal #3. forehead - frons #4. eye - oscular #5. eye - oculus #6. orbital - eye #7. nasus - nose #8. nasal - nose #9. auris - ear #10. otic - ear #11. bucca...
NikaPerf|2 years ago|±0|14 views
#1. Anatomy - (ana-up/tomy-process of cutting) the science of body structures and the relationships among them #2. physicology - (physio-nature/-logy-study of) is the science of body functions—how...
raysharosa16|1 year ago|±0|36 views
#1. Organ - An aggregation of tissues that performs a specific function #2. The next higher level of...older ones are pushed up and are hard keratinized - 1 characteristic of Nails #44. Color is determined by...
kellec12|2 years ago|±0|19 views
THE HUMAN ORGANISM
#1. What is the function and organs involved with the lymphatic system? - Returns leaked fluid to the blood vessels, immunity. Lymph nodes, spleen, tonsils, thymus. #2. What is the function and organs...
bselby|4 years ago|±0|12 views
Lecture Test 1(Missed Questions)
#1. An atom with 6 protons, 6 electrons and 5 neutrons is correctly called an ION T or F - False...atom with 8 neutrons, 8 protons, and 9 electrons is -1 T or F - True #21. In osmosis, movement of water...
kellec12|2 years ago|±0|24 views
The Human Body: An Orientation
#1. Why does the human body maintains its boundaries? - The human body maintains it internal and external boundaries so that its internal environment stays distinct from it external environment. #2. Movement...
denise067|8 years ago|±0|55 views
Prefix Vocab Test 1
#1. Hyper- - excess #2. Kin- Kines- - move #3. Iso- - same #4. intra- - within, inside #5. im- - not #6. bio- - life #7. ana- - apart, up, again #8. a- an- - absence or lack #9. ant- anti- ...
Will_Kristen_Gipson|4 years ago|±0|10 views
Anatomy 1 Final
#1. aka lymphatic system - immune system #2. body cavity that contains the brain - cranial #3. body cavity that contains the heart and lungs - thoracic #4. body region that contains the appendix -...
Savannah_Davis|4 years ago|±0|39 views