#1. 1.Four stages of respiration are: 1. ____________________ 2. ____________________ 3. ____________________ 4. ____________________ - pulmonary ventilation external res...
telleza|7 years ago|±0|2 views
Combined Forms, prfixes, suffixes
#1. Macul- Macula - spot blotch #2. Malign- Malignant - bad harmful #3. Mamm- Mast- Mammography, Mastitis - breast #4. Meningo- Meningitis - membrane #5. Myel- Myelobast - marrow, spinal cord #6....
keisha97|9 years ago|±0|27 views
#1. Cephalic - Head #2. Frontal - Forehead #3. Orbital - Eye #4. Nasal - Nose #5. Buccal - Cheek #6. Oral - Mouth #7. Mental - Chin #8. Otic - Ear #9. Occipital - Base of skull (posterior) ba...
willsutt0n|6 years ago|+1|53 views
#1. Axial - Pertaining to the central part of the body, head and trunk #2. Cephalic - head #3. Cranial - Portion of the skull that surrounds the brain #4. facial - face #5. frontal - forehead #6....
taymadon|5 years ago|±0|21 views
#1. A- - without or lack of a/men/orrhea without or lack of/monthly/flow #2. AB- - away (away from) ab/norm/al away (away from)/normal or regular/refers to ab/ducens away/draw or lead
ihateschool123|10 years ago|-1|49 views
#1. superior - above #2. inferior - below #3. anterior - closer to front of body #4. posterior - closer to back of body #5. medial - closer to midline of body #6. lateral - farther from midline ...
taymadon|5 years ago|±0|13 views
#1. maybe ch 5 #2. Function of connective tissue -binding and support -protection -insulation -transportation - Connective tissues have: -mesenchyme as their common tissue of origin -varying degrees ...
jbishop314|11 years ago|±0|198 views
Classifications of Tissues
#1. Name Location Function - Embryonic connective tissue: Mesenchyme Location: Primarily in embryo Function: Gives rise to all other connective tissue types #2. Name Location Function - Strati...
Jaclyn_Kaler|3 years ago|±0|15 views
A&P Ch. 8
#1. Bones of upper body that attach to axial skeleton - Pectoral Girdle #2. What two bones belong the the Pectoral Girdle? - Clavicle- collarbone Scapula- the shoulder blade; large, triangular, flat...
enisla1|10 years ago|±0|125 views
#1. Define Elasticity - ability to return to original length and shape after contraction or extension. #2. Epimysium - -fascia -outer layer covers entire muscle #3. Perimysium - -fascia -surrounds ...
enisla1|10 years ago|±0|187 views
Mastering A&P Neural Tissue
#1. What part of the neuron consists of the cytoplasm that surrounds the nucleus? - perikaryon #2. Which structural class of neurons consists of neurons with one axon and one dendrite? - bipolar neu...
aliceluvsjesus|11 years ago|+1|873 views
#1. Describe Olfactory Receptors - -found in olfactory receptors located on the cribiform plate and the superior nasal conchae -10-100 million -like little hairs,that are stimulated by chemicals in o...
enisla1|10 years ago|±0|147 views
#1. What is the difference between the Somatic and Autonomic Nervous system? - Somatic (faster): the effect on motor neuron is always excitation, usually consciously perceived stimuli; effectors are ...
enisla1|10 years ago|±0|336 views
#1. Nerve - -bundle of hundreds and thousands of Axons with connective tissue and blood vessels lying Outside CNS -Does not include dendrites of cells body at end of neuron #2. Ganglia - Small masse...
enisla1|10 years ago|±0|217 views