Test 1 - Human Body, Basic Chemistry, Cells
...between anatomy and physiology. - Anatomy is the study of parts of a body or system while physiology is ...and body parts is called? a. anatomy b. physiology c. homeostasis d. negative...
Cheskiiie|6 years ago|±0|6 views
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
Histology Lab Material
general tissue types; specific tissue types; locations; functions
Kenna_Martyniak|5 years ago|±0|84 views
Structure of the Spinal Cord, Reflexes, and Nerves Week #12
Gillespie Week #12
kriston_hanson|6 years ago|+2|1,164 views
#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...
nicolefraserr|6 years ago|±0|625 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|130 views
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...
taramiller09|8 years ago|±0|537 views
Ch. 16 A&P
...acetone. His face was flushed, his skin was dry, and his pH was low. What is the diagnosis and what physiological response is occurring? - Diabetes mellitus. The nervous system responds by initiating rapid deep...
jeandoesntknow|7 years ago|+11|64,633 views