Anatomy & Physiology I Chapter 4
#1. Cell - functional and structural unit of all living things *all cells must carry out certain functions...functions to sustain life #2. 3 main parts of a cell - 1.Nucleus 2.Plasma Membrane 3.Cytoplasm #3. Nucleus...
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Anatomy & Physiology Lab 1: Overview of the Skeleton
#1. Skeleton - -the body's framework, composed of cartilage & bone -in embryos the skeleton is predominantly made up of hyaline cartilage, replaced by more rigid bone. #2. Functions of the skeleton. ...
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#1. Muscle tissue consists of cells that are highly specialized for ________________. - contraction...following structures in order from superficial to deep: 1. muscle fiber 2. perimysium 3. myofibril 4. fascicle...
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Anatomy and Physiology 1 Chapter 12
Chapter 12 Pearson Quiz
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#1. Cardiovascular System consists of...... - -a pump (heart) -a conducting system (blood vessels) -a...#5. Plasma - fluid matrix of blood consisting of: 1.water 2.dissolved plasma proteins 3.other solutes...
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A&P II Homework III Questions
#1. Which of these descriptions best matches the term submucosal plexus? - sensory neural network #2. Which of these descriptions best matches the term myenteric plexus? - coordinates activity of muscularis...
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Histology of Nervous Tissue
#1. Nervous Tissue - -the master integrating and coordinating system -monitors and processes sensory...of the cell #16. Two Types of Neuron Processes. - 1.Dendrites 2.Axons #17. Dendrites - -receptive regions...
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#1. Trochlear - Cranial nerve IV Mixed: Sensory: proprioception Motor: superior oblique ( eye movement) #2. Hypoglossal - Cranial nerve XII Mixed: Sensory: proprioception Motor: tounge...
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ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I
#1. somatropin - a growth hormone; produced by the adenohypophysis (anterior pituitary), ...makes them different from one another? - 1. Osteocytes-maintain protein and mineral content of...
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Gross Anatomy of the Muscular System
#1. Prime Movers/Agonists - -muscles responsible for producing a particular movement #2. Anatagonists - muscles that oppose or reverse a movement #3. Synergists - -aid sthe action of agonists either...
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Ch01 HW: Introduction to A&P (Mastering A&P)
#1. What does the SQ3R method stand for - survey, question, read, recite, and review #2. What is a good...about homeostasis is correct? - Only certain physiological variables can be controlled by homeostatic mechanisms...
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Microscopic Anatomy and Organization of Skeletal Muscle
#1. Skeletal Muscle/Voluntary Muscle - -attaches to the skeleton -shapes the body and gives you the ability to move -most of the muscle tissue in the body -consciously controlled -striated #2. Fibers...
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Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 1
#1. Gross Anatomy - the study of body structures visible to the naked eye #2. Anatomical position -...superior and inferior #51. Dorsal body cavity - 1.Cranial cavity 2.Vertebral (spinal) cavity #52. Ventral...
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