human anatomy chapter 8 part 2
#1. Representative Articulations 2. Intervertebral articulations - 1. supraspinous ligament 2. interspinious ligament 3. anterior longitudinal ligament 4. posterior longitudainal ligament 5. interver...
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Chap. 17: Blood
...proteins produced by liver main contributor to osmotic pressure Large negative charge at physiological pH, accounting for nearly half of the normal anion gap Functions substance carrier blood ...
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 26: Fluids, Electrolyte, Base Balance
#1. Infants are what percent water - 75% #2. Adult males are what percent water - 60% #3. Adult females are what percent water - 50% #4. The elderly are what percent water - 45% #5. What is the to...
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Human Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 16 Study Guide
...that produce hormones? - endocrine glands #21. Anatomy of the anterior pituitary - pars distalis, Pars...release of hormones from anterior pituitary #23. Anatomy of the posterior pituitary - Pars nervosa, Infundibular...
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Human Anatomy - Nervous System
...fluid Lacrimal gland ducts Lacrimal sac #29. Anatomy of the eye - Orbital fat Anterior cavity Posterior...then the primary visual cortex #33. What is the anatomy of the ear? - Divided into the external, middle...
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Human Anatomy: Bones by Development
#1. List the 3 categories of bones by development. - membranous, cartilaginous, membrocartilaginous #2. Ossify from mesenchymal condensations in the intrauterine life. Example: bones of the skull and...
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THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
#1. Alimentary Canal - also known as GI Tract #2. Accessory Digestive Organs includes - teeth, tongue, gallbladder, salivary glands, liver and pancreas. #3. what are the 6 major digestive process ...
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A&P II Lab Midterm Flashcards
...cells of the thyroid gland in response to rise of blood Ca2+ levels. It does not have a known physiological role. #11. parathyroid hormone (PTH) - a protein hormone that controls calcium balance in the...
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A&P 2 Final Review
...function and the physiological effects of testosterone on male reproductive anatomy. - Brain-testicular...the hepatic portal vein. #19. Describe the gross anatomy of the kidney and its coverings. - •The kidneys...
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#1. 9 - (Common) Hepatic Duct #2. Afferent/efferent arteriole #3. Alveolus/alveoli #4. Anal Canal #5. blue - Anterior interventricular valve #6. Anterior interventricular sulcus #7. Posterior interv...
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Chapter 7 Appendicular Skeleton
#1. The layman's name for the scapula is the collarbone. T F - False #2. The fibula is the major weight-bearing bone of the leg. T F - False #3. Which bone contains areas of diaphysis and epiphysi...
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