human anatomy chapter 7 part 2
#1. When you strike your funny bone, you're actually striking the ulnar nerve running along the inferior, posterior region of the ____________________ bone. - humerus #2. Which of the following bones...
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human anatomy chapter 14 part 2
#1. Spinal meninges Function (3) - 1. Provide protection 2. physical stability 3. shock absorption #2. Spinal Meninges 1. Denticulate ligaments - help anchor the spinal cord in position #3. Spinal ...
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physiology exam 1
#1. selective permeability 1. what is it? 2. how is it possible - a characteristic of a plasma membrane where it will allow some substances into the cell but not other substances 2. diffusion, osmosi...
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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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human anatomy chapter 17
#1. Autonomic Nervous System 1. functions... 2. makes... 3. functions (2) - 1. outside of our conscious awareness 2. routine adjustments in our body's systems 3. A. Regulates body temperature B. Coor...
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human anatomy chapter 5 part 5
#1. Which of the following is NOT a function of bone tissue? - production of hormones #2. A young couple is expecting their first child whose delivery date is in approximately 13 weeks. During their ...
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human anatomy chapter 10 part 2
#1. which muscle is the muscle that elevates the ribs? - internal intercostal #2. A four-month old infant wrinkles the brow to study a new toy. What muscles is the infant contracting? - corrugator s...
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Cardiovascular System (Heart and Blood)
Some Lab Report 37
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human anatomy chapter 11
#1. Appendicular muscles are responsible for: (4) - 1. Stabilizing the pectoral and pelvic girdles 2. Moving the upper and lower limbs 3. Absorbing shocks and jolts as you walk, run, or jump 4. Aid...
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