#1. Parts of the neuron- with function (axon, dendrite, soma, Nissl Body) #2. What is anterograde and retrograde transport? #3. What are the 3 structural categories of neurons? Describe each. #4. Describe...
jkendall41|2 years ago|±0|19 views
Chemistry Comes Alive
#1. What form of energy is found in the foods that we eat? - Ans: Foods contain chemical energy. #2. What form of energy is used to trnasmit messages from one part of the body to another? - Electrical...
denise067|8 years ago|±0|1,115 views
#1. Epithelial tissue that provides the least amount of transport across the cells. - STRATIFIED SQUAMOUS EPITHELIUM #2. This tissue is found in the bladder and is able to stretch as the organ fills...
keystweety|5 years ago|±0|444 views
Anotomy Chapter 4
#1. Plasma Membrane - External boundary of cell; regulates flow of material into and out of the cell; site of cell signalling #2. Lysosomes - Contains digestive enzymes of many varieties; "suicide...
heather5|6 years ago|±0|1,413 views
A & P Muscles Exam
#1. Frontalis (Frontal Belly) - Origin - Forehead Action- Raises eyebrows, draws scalp forward #2...and adducts scapula #24. Serratus Anterior - O- 1-8 ribs I- vertebral border of scapula A- abducts...
clozosky|4 years ago|±0|21 views
Lab 1- Microscope
#1. A- Rotating nosepiece B- Ocular lens C- Substage light #2. D- Head E- Objective lens F- Light control #3. G- Mechanical stage H- Stage I- Condenser #4. J- Arm K- Coarse Adjustment Knob L- Mechanical...
acyriac|9 years ago|+1|791 views
The Muscular System
Anaerobic System turns 1 glucose into ______ - 2 ATP #11. The Aerobic System turns 1 glucose into _______...#1. Another name for Skeletal Muscle - Striated voluntary #2. another name for cardiac muscle - striated...
debbirchfield|7 years ago|±0|109 views
#1. trapezius - elevates/depresses stabilizes adducts scapula #2. deltoid (3 movements, 3 origins) - abduction flexion/extension of arm #3. deltoid origin/insertion - origin: acromion (big hook) and...
agrolmus108|8 years ago|±0|80 views
#1. What is the Dermis? - The second major skin region; strong flexible connective tissue #2. What kind of cells are found in the Dermis? - Fibroblast, macrophages, occasionally mast cells and white...
iaranda|7 years ago|±0|138 views
Chapter 5 Tissues Part 2
#1. Type: Simple Squamous - Endothelium of blood vessales #2. Type: Simple Cuboidal - Renal proximal...Marfan Syndrome - inherited disorder affecting every 1 in 10,000. Results in abnormalities of connective...
kellec12|2 years ago|±0|5 views
#1. Latissimus Dorsi #2. Spinotrapezius #3. Acromiotrapezius #4. Levator Scapulae Ventralis #5. Clavotrapezius #6. Clavodeltoid #7. Spinodeltoid #8. Acromiodeltoid #9. Triceps Brachii #10. Epitrochlearis...
erin_grimsley|6 years ago|±0|115 views
The skeletal System
#1. Bone length is called: a. Interstitial growth b. Epiphyseal growth c. Interosteon growth...the steps involved in endochondral ossification.1. Nutrient artery invades the perichondrium.2. Osteoclasts...
RaquelH|5 years ago|±0|284 views
Chapter 3: The Cells: The Living Unit
#1. Which of the following would NOT diffuse through the plasma membrane by means of simple diffusion? - glucose #2. By which mechanism would a steroid molecule diffuse into the cell? - A #3. Which...
CassandraS1981|2 years ago|±0|262 views
Lap Practical Cell Structure Identification
#1. Outer shell of entire thing - Plasma Membrane #2. The membrane is composed of a phospholipid bilayer arranged back-to-back. - Plasma Membrane #3. Entire orb near center - Nucleus #4. An organelle...
Sarah_Olojo|2 years ago|±0|9 views