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|684 views
#1. what are nerves - collection of axons #2. another name for sensory - afferent #3. which direction do sensory nerves move - toward to CNS #4. another name for motor - efferent #5. which directi...
Wcc2014|7 years ago|+4|2,732 views
Final Review-Misc Chapters
#1. WHAT IS THE LOCATION OF THE HEART? - located in the chest between the lungs behind the sternum and above the diaphragm #2. WHAT ARE THE TWO TYPES OF HEART VALVES? - SEMI-LUNAR VALVES AV VAL...
carrtan|2 years ago|±0|64 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|1,598 views
Chapter 22 and cumulative exam
#1. Function of the conducting zone - provides a fairly rigid conduits for air to reach the gas exchange sites. #2. which zone cleanses, humidifies and warm incoming air - conducting zone #3. passag...
Wcc2014|7 years ago|+3|1,173 views
Epithelium, connective, muscular and neurons
Wcc2014|7 years ago|±0|1,092 views
Chapter 20 Lymphatic System Cont'd
#1. There are 4 types of Lymphoid Cells. Name them. - Lymphocytes,Macrophages, Dendritic Cells, Reticular Cells #2. There are two types of lymphocytes - T lymphocytes and B lymphocytes #3. What do ...
jamie_galindo|8 years ago|±0|225 views
AP II Exam 1
#1. Functions of hormones - reproduction, growth and development, maintenance of electrolyte, water, and nutrient balance of blood, regulation of cellular metabolism and energy balance, mobilization ...
Wcc2014|7 years ago|+3|1,737 views
#1. neutrophil - phagocytize bacteria #2. eosinophil - parasitic worms, allergy and asthma, hypersensitivity #3. basophil - histamine, contain heparin #4. lymphocyte - viruses and tumors, chronic ...
Wcc2014|7 years ago|±0|905 views
The Endocrine system
#1. Pancreas - A mixed gland composed of both endocrine and exocrine gland cells. Pancreatic islets-produce pancreatic hormones alpha cells-produce glucagon (hyperglycemic) beta cells-produce insu...
smoon5|6 years ago|±0|272 views
Human Anatomy and Physiology II Final Exam
Chapters 26-29 East Mississippi Community College
midoriana|9 years ago|+7|7,507 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|6 years ago|±0|470 views
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|91 views