Connective Tissue (Ch.4 Histology)
#1. Connective Tissue (has 3 components) - Protein Fibers Ground substance Fluid #2. 3 types of protein fibers - Collagen (flexible but doesn't stretch) Reticular (short collagen fibers that ...
kathy14|4 years ago|±0|32 views
Chapter 2: Chemistry Comes Alive
#1. The building blocks of RNA and DNA are ____________________. - nucleotides #2. The major function of carbohydrates is to supply the body with ____________________. - a readily and easily used so...
kaileenmrodriguez|5 years ago|±0|117 views
Human anatomy root word 2
#1. Bucca - Cheek #2. Os, stomato - Mouth #3. Gingiva - Gum #4. Glossa - Tongue #5. Pharyngo - Pharynx #6. Esophago - Esophagus #7. Gastro - Stomach #8. Hepato - Liver #9. Cholecyst - Gallbla...
bonnie|5 years ago|±0|23 views
Cranial Nerves Origin and Course
#1. olfactory - fibers arise from olfactory epithelium and run through cribiform plate foramina (ethmoid bone) to the olfactory bulb. #2. optic - fibers arise from retina of eye, pass through opti...
stingraygecko|4 years ago|±0|23 views
the digestive system part 2
#1. When food is placed in the mouth, active voluntary process - Ingestion #2. Food to be digested by more than one organ= it must be propelled from one to the next - Propulsion #3. Helps propel foo...
felchuk13|7 years ago|±0|103 views
Human anatomy chapter 1 vocab
#1. Integumentary system - The external covering of the body, or the skin #2. Skeletal system - Consists of bones, cartilages, ligaments, joints #3. Muscular system - Skeletal muscles form this sys...
bonnie|5 years ago|±0|56 views
#1. Skeletal Muscle tissue - -Attached to bones and skin -Striated -Voluntary #2. Cardiac Muscle - Only in the heart Striated Involuntary #3. Smooth Muscle tissue - in the walls of the hollow o...
Summer_Roberts|4 years ago|±0|26 views
Exam 3 Study Guide
How will consuming this much salt affect her physiology? - There will be a temporary increase in blood...kidney. - progesterone #108. The most important physiological buffer systems are the ------- and the --------...
chas|7 years ago|±0|244 views
metabolism and nurtrtion
#1. MAJOR NUTRIENTS NEEDED FOR THE HUMAN BODY TO FUNCTION PROPERLY - carbohydrates lipid (fats) Proteins vitamins minerals #2. what are Macronutrients? - carbohydrates lipids ( fates) proteins...
Mario_Xiong|4 years ago|±0|37 views
Histology Lab Material
general tissue types; specific tissue types; locations; functions
Kenna_Martyniak|5 years ago|±0|86 views
PNS, cranial nerves
#1. Olfactory nerve - sensory for smell #2. II Optic nerve - sensory for vision #3. Oculomotor nerve - motor fibers to eye muscles #4. Trochlear - motor fiber to one eye muscle #5. Trigeminal nerv...
Manal|6 years ago|±0|77 views
Blood and Blood Vessels
#1. Erythrocytes #2. Platelets #3. plasma #4. Aortic arch #5. Ascending aorta #6. Descending Aorta #7. Brachiocephalic artery/vein #8. Left common carotid artery #9. right common carotid artery #10. i...
nicolefraserr|6 years ago|±0|131 views
The Respiratory System: Part B
Chapter 22 part B powerpoint
kflowers19|4 years ago|±0|58 views