Exercise 7 Review Sheet Lab Manual Human Anatomy
#1. Joint type Typically allows a slight degree of movement - Cartilaginous #2. Joint type Includes joints between the vertebral bodies and the pubic symphysis - Cartilaginous #3. Joint type...
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Chapter 1: Orientation of the Human Body (Exam 1)
#1. What is the definition of Anatomy? - The study of the structure of the human body #2. What is the...Study of body function #3. What is microscopic anatomy? - Study of structures that can only be seen...
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Exercise 9 Review Sheet Lab Manual Human Anatomy
#1. Raised area on lateral surface of humerus to which deltoid muscle attaches - Deltoid tuberosity #2. Arm bone - Humerus #3. Bones of the shoulder girdle - Sapulpa and clavicle #4. Forearm bones ...
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Anatomy Exam 1
#1. Buccal - Anatomical term referring to the cheek #2. coxal - Anatomical term referring to the hip #3. acromial - Anatomical term referring to the highest point of the shoulder #4. axillary - An...
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Human Anatomy Lab Exercises Tissues Recognition and Function
#1. Loose connective tissue, adipose #2. Blood #3. Bone #4. Cardiac muscle #5. Connective tissue loose, areolar #6. Dense connective tissue, elastic #7. Dense connective tissue, elastic #8. Dense conn...
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Human Anatomy Lab Practical Exercises 1,2,3,4, and 5
#1. Standard Anatomical Position - Standing erect, feet flat, head facing forward, arms to the side, palms facing forward with the thumbs towards the outside #2. Superior - Upwards, toward t...
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Anatomy Exam 3
#1. label the anterior surface features of the heart - 1. base of the heart 2. auricle of right atrium 3. coronary sulcus 4. right ventricle 5. auricle of the left atrium 6. anterior interventricular...
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Anatomy Exam 2
#1. Types of Muscle - o Cardiac Striated muscle (regular array of actin and myosin in the sarcomeres) Each muscle has a single, centered nucleus Cells are connected by intercalated discs o Ske...
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human anatomy chapter 6 part 2
#1. The bones that form the nasal septum are the - ethmoid and vomer #2. Which of the following bones does NOT have a paranasal sinus? - temporal #3. The lambdoid suture is found between which two b...
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human anatomy chapter 17
...contractions 2. • Dilation of respiratory passageways #19. Anatomy of the Sympathetic Chain Ganglia 1. Each spinal...function, such as ejaculation in males #24. Anatomy of the Collateral Ganglia Splanchnic nerves innervate:(3)...
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human anatomy chapter 14 part 2
...dura mater #5. Spinal cord grey matter sectional anatomy (2) - 1. Central canal 2. consists of somas (cell...central canal #6. Spinal cord White matter sectional anatomy (3) - 1. consists of axons 2. nerves organized...
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human anatomy chapter 9 part 2
#1. Which place in the body would you be likely to find smooth muscle? - bladder #2. Which unique quality of muscle tissue is defined as the ability to continue to contract over a range of resting le...
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