Anatomy and Physiology
#1. RAISED RIDGE - GYRI #2. GROOVE - SLUCI #3. NAME THE CORTEX WHAT DOES IT DO? - PRIMARY MOTOR CORTEX CONTROL VOLUNTARY SKELETAL MOVEMENT #4. NAME THE CORTEX WHAT DOES IT DO? - PRIMARY SOMAT...
Miranda_Jewels_Carlin|4 years ago|±0|90 views
muscle nerve supply
#1. occipitofrantalis - facial #2. orbicularis oculi - facial #3. zygomaticus - facial #4. risorius - facial #5. levator labii superioris - facial #6. depressor labii inferioris - facial #7. dep...
Wcc2014|7 years ago|±0|682 views
Education in 1790-1860
Terms, People, and Important Events for APUSH Education in 1790-1860
audreyadler1|8 years ago|+1|172 views
Anatomy and Physiology1 Lab
#1. True or False. In a anatomical position, the body is laying down - False #2. With regards to surface anatomy, abdominal\axile refers to the division relating to the head, neck, and trunk of the...
tdjh72|4 years ago|±0|37 views
#1. the system of writing developed in Sumer - cuneiform #2. many lands governed by one ruler - empire #3. belief in many gods and goddesses - polytheism #4. a written set of laws that apply to eve...
msbeckham|10 years ago|±0|147 views
synovial joint categories
#1. Biaxial joints - Condylar and Saddle #2. Uniaxial joints - Hinge and pivot #3. Multiaxial joints - Ball and socket
Brandi_Runde|5 years ago|±0|64 views
#1. INFERIOR (claudal) - Away from the head end or toward the lower part of a structure or the body; below #2. SUPERIOR ( cranial) - Toward head end or upper part of the structure of the body ; ab...
Jennaz12|4 months ago|±0|4 views
chapter 2 overall review (minus organ system of the body)
#1. Thymus - an irregular mass of glandular tissue overlaying the heart. training and the development of T cells, and extremely important type of white blood cell #2. Heart - Medial oval structu...
anw2191|6 years ago|±0|153 views
Cardiac Lab Exam
#1. What is the normal length of a cardiac cycle? - 0.8s #2. What is the normal length of a P wave? - 0.08s #3. What is happening during the P wave? - atria depolarization #4. What is the normal le...
enjoch|7 years ago|±0|266 views
chemistry come alive by verna
#1. What is matter? - anything that takes up space and has mass. #2. What is energy? - it is the capacity do do work.
vernawilliams|7 years ago|±0|141 views
#1. laminar flow - rapid flow through the middle of a vessel #2. turbulent flow - irregular fluid motion, due to rough or protruding areas of the vessel walls, or even a small vessel diameter #3. ...
Carly_Doyon_Harrington|5 years ago|±0|44 views
Chapter 4 Muscle & Nervous Tissue, Membranes, Repair, Development
#1. Tissue type responsible for body movement? - Muscle #2. Versions of actin and myosin filaments that bring about movement or contraction? - Myofilaments #3. What are the 3 types of muscle tissue?...
Lexi1108|7 years ago|+2|1,588 views
...oval shaped organelle that contains DNA (genetic material of the cell). It is encapsulate by the double...interior. #15. What are the two basic transport methods? - Passive transport and Active transport. #16...
megannec|5 years ago|±0|467 views