#1. frontal - supraorbital foramen, frontal sinus #2. parietal (2) - saggital suture and coronal suture #3. occipital - lambdoid suture, magnum foramen, occipital condyle, external occipital protuberence...
anozie96|5 years ago|±0|38 views
#1. What are the 2 major types of Skin? - Epidermis Dermis #2. What is skin? - Skin is a cutaneous membrane that covers the surface of the body. #3. What are the functions of the integumentary system...
RaquelH|5 years ago|±0|71 views
Ch. 5 Study Guide
#1. 6 functions of the integumentary system. - protection, body temp regulation, excretion, blood reservoir, metabolic functions and cutaneous function. #2. Protection of the integumentary system - chemical...
asiarodriguez|7 years ago|±0|76 views
Lab 3- location of tissues
#1. What type of tissue is found at: - Forms the kidney glomeruli and corpuscles - Air sacs (alveoli) - lining of the heart - blood vessels and lymphatic vessels - lining of the ventral body cavity (serosae)...
acyriac|8 years ago|±0|106 views
A&P Chapter One
#1. Anatomy and physiology is the unity of? - Form and Function #2. What is Natural Selection? - -Better Camo -Disease Resistance -Ability to attract mates #3. Natural forces that promote the reproductive...
jfrancisco|7 years ago|±0|103 views
#1. Nueroendocrine reflex - controls posterior pituitary --> the release of hormones in response to nerve signals EX: dehydration raises osmolarity in blood which is detected by hypothalamic receptors...
philljl10|3 years ago|±0|16 views
A and P 1 Chapter 10 Muscular System
#1. Orbicularis oculi - closes eyelids #2. Orbicularis oris - Closes lips #3. Platysma - facial expression #4. zygomaticus minor and major - smiling #5. occipitofrontals - elevates eyebrows #6. Temporalis...
Lyndsey|7 years ago|±0|147 views
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