Lab Practical 3- A&P I USC UPSTATE
Prof. Ferris I USC UPSTATE I SPRING 2018
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Anatomy and physiology
#1. Active Transport - dissolved molecules that move across the cell membrane from a low to high concentration. #2. Passive Transport - movement of ions, atomic, or other molecular substances acro...
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Upper Body Muscles
#1. Neck (3) - Sternocleidomastoid Anterior Scalene Masseter #2. Chest (2) - Pectoralis Major Pectoralis Minor #3. Abdomen (4) - Rectus Abdominis External Oblique Internal Oblique Transver...
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#1. Sternocleidomastoid - Neck #2. Anterior Scalene - Neck #3. Masseter - Neck #4. Pectoralis Major - Chest #5. Pectoralis Minor - Chest #6. Rectus Abdominis - Abdomen #7. External ...
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Exam#1 Study Guide
The Human Organism, The Chemical Basis of Life, Cell Structures and Basis of Life & Tissues
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A&P Lecture Axial Skelton
#1. Condyle - Rounded process that articulates with another bone #2. Facet - Small Flat Surface #3. Meatus - Tube like passage way through the bone #4. Foramen - Is a opening in a bone (hole) #5. ...
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AAP 2 Lab- Endorcrine Glands
...stimulating changes in their _________ activity. These changes lead to ______________ and to the physiological homeostasis of many body systems. - steroids, amino acid based metabolic growth and development...
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Cellular Transport basics
active/passive transport, osmosis, diffusion, isotonic/hypertonic solutions etc..
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The function and location of different tissues
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Exercise 13 Study Set
#1. What are the 2 functions of the joints (articulations)? - 1) Hold the bones together 2) Allow the rigid skeletal system some flexibility so that gross body movements can occur #2. Joints to the l...
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Exercise 10 & 11 Study Set
#1. Which category of bones do the following belong to: Coronal Suture, Sagittal Suture, Lambdoid Sutures, Squamous Sutures, and Sutural Bones. - Parietal Bone #2. Which category of bones do the foll...
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Exercise # 35, 36, 37, 38, 39
...therefore, it moves according to the laws of diffusion into the pulmonary blood. #74. What temporary physiology advantage is created by the substantial increase in chest circumference during forced inspiration...
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Structure of bone and cartilage, articulation and body movement
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