Endocrine system and special senses
#69. sweet recepters respond to - sugars #70. physiology of taste buds - Chemicals in food ore dissolved...lobe of the cerebrum (Gustatorycortex) #71. smell anatomy - Olfactory receptor cells locatedin the roof...
tiffeney|6 years ago|±0|151 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: Basic Anatomical Terms
#1. List the 4 anatomical terms for describing position - anatomical, supine, prone, lithotomy #2. positional term for lying face up, eyes forward, arms at sides, feet up, palms up - supine #3. posi...
acaverett90|6 years ago|+1|253 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
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 ...
kflowers19|4 years ago|±0|207 views