#1. Mesenchyme (Embryonic Connective Tissue) #2. Areolar Loose Connective Tissue #3. Adipose Loose Connective Tissue #4. Reticular Loose Connective Tissue #5. Dense Regular Connective Tissue #6. Elastic...
Emmeline_Dunckel|5 years ago|±0|69 views
The Skeletal System
#1. Number of cranial bones? - 8 cranial bones protect brain: 1.Frontal bone 2. Occipital...attach the upper limb to the axial skeletal 1.Scapula 2.Clavicle #59. What are the clavicle Sternal...
aliyahrose_|6 years ago|±0|186 views
#1. introduction the human body and homeostasis - cell #2. integumentary - joints #3. skeleton - muscle...
emmanuella|4 years ago|±0|85 views
LECTURE EXAM STUDY GUIDE 1
#1. What is the Scientific method? - observation hypothesis experimentation analysis conclusion... - The study of the structure/morphology #6. Physiology: - The study of the functions of the human body...
Adriana_Monroe|2 years ago|±0|35 views
#1. What bone is this? - Maxillae #2. What part of what bone is this? - Palatine process of the maxillae bone. #3. What part of what bone is this? - Alveolar margin of the maxillae bone. #4. What part...
asiarodriguez|7 years ago|±0|234 views
Chapter 13: Spinal cord and spinal nerves
#1. List the general functions of the spinal cord - Conducting impulses and integrating reflexes. #2. Define reflex - Body's fast response to an environmental change #3. Define reflex arc - Conduction...
nurs24|2 years ago|±0|28 views
Chapter 5-Integumentary System
#1. An abnormal thickening of the epidermis due to repeated presure. - CALLUS #2. Skin cancer that originates in the stratum spinosum - Squamous cell carcinoma #3. Epidermal layer that is only found...
keystweety|5 years ago|±0|49 views
Nervous System Part 1
#1. A function of the nervous system: sensory - employ receptors to detect changes in the internal...and baby #63. types of glial cells a. astrocytes - 1. found between neurons and blood vessels 2. provide...
kellec12|2 years ago|±0|6 views
#1. Interphase #2. Prophase #3. Metaphase #4. Anaphase #5. Telophase #6. Areolar Location- Around Blood Vessels Function- cushions organs #7. Adipose Location- in breasts Function- insulates #8. Blood...
KeelyDesiree02|4 years ago|±0|41 views
Anatomical Position and Orientation
#1. Anatomical Position - The human body is erect, with head and toes pointed forward and arms hanging at the sides with palms facing forward and penis erect #2. Surface Anatomy - Body surfaces provide...
kellec12|2 years ago|±0|20 views
A&P Endocrine System
#1. Follicle-Stimulating Hormone & Luteinizing Hormone (FSH) & (LH) - Pituitary (hypophysis) Gonadotropins regulate gamete production and hormone activities of the gonads #2. Adrenocorticotropic Hormone...
sam_779|6 years ago|±0|150 views
#1. What are the types of neurons according to their functions? - Motor Sensory Intermediate #2. What are the different types of neuron according to their shape? - Unipolar Bipolar Multipolar...
sbasta1|6 years ago|±0|17 views
A&P Nervous System
#1. Name the nerve and function - Optic Nerve #2. Name the nerve and function - Olfactory bulb -smelling that good good #3. Name the structure and function - Infundibulum -connects the hypothalamus...
sam_779|6 years ago|±0|89 views
#1. holds bones together but permits movement - joints #2. joints point of contact are - between 2 bones, between cartilage and bone, and between teeth and bones #3. study of joints - arthrology #4...
Abb_Koenemann|7 years ago|±0|186 views