#1. Tendon - Connective tissue that connects the skeletal muscles to bone #2. Epimysium - Outer covering of muscle #3. Endomysium - A sheath of connective tissue that surrounds an individual skeletal...
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Anatomy & Physiology - Final
#1. A good example of a positive feedback mechanism would be - Enhancement of labor and contractions...contractility extensibility excitability - 1. Secretion #35. In an isotonic contraction ______________...
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Lecture Unit 1 (Chapters 1-3)
...body conditions #9. Subdivisions of Physiology - Renal Physiology: kidney function and urine production...#1. Define Anatomy - Study of the structure of body parts and the relationship to one another. #2. Define...
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...cardiovascular physiology systemic anatomy cardiovascular anatomy systemic physiology #23. ...#1. An increased rate of breathing as a result of an increased buildup of carbon dioxide...
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...cardiovascular physiology systemic anatomy cardiovascular anatomy systemic physiology #23. Which of...#1. An increased rate of breathing as a result of an increased buildup of carbon dioxide in the bloodstream...
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#1. Which of the following are proprioceptors found in the articular capsules of synovial joints? - Kinesthetic receptors #2. Which of the labeled structures in the diagram is a pain receptor? - A...
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#1. If a tRNA had an AGC anticodon, it could attach to a(n) ________ mRNA codon. - UCG #2. If cells...large amount of matrix #57. What activity does cell 1 undertake to contribute to the body's defense against...
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Chapter 5 Tissues Part 2
#1. Type: Simple Squamous - Endothelium of blood vessales #2. Type: Simple Cuboidal - Renal proximal...Marfan Syndrome - inherited disorder affecting every 1 in 10,000. Results in abnormalities of connective...
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#1. Latissimus Dorsi #2. Spinotrapezius #3. Acromiotrapezius #4. Levator Scapulae Ventralis #5. Clavotrapezius #6. Clavodeltoid #7. Spinodeltoid #8. Acromiodeltoid #9. Triceps Brachii #10. Epitrochlearis...
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#1. frontal - supraorbital foramen, frontal sinus #2. parietal (2) - saggital suture and coronal suture #3. occipital - lambdoid suture, magnum foramen, occipital condyle, external occipital protuberence...
anozie96|5 years ago|±0|38 views
#1. What are the 2 major types of Skin? - Epidermis Dermis #2. What is skin? - Skin is a cutaneous membrane that covers the surface of the body. #3. What are the functions of the integumentary system...
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Ch. 5 Study Guide
#1. 6 functions of the integumentary system. - protection, body temp regulation, excretion, blood reservoir, metabolic functions and cutaneous function. #2. Protection of the integumentary system - chemical...
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MUSCLES OF THE BODY
#1. Epicranius- Frontal Belly - O-Galea Aponeurotica I- Skin of Eyebrows A-Frontal Belly raise eyebrows...Pectoralis Major - O-Clavicle, sternum, cartilage of ribs 1-6(or7) I-Greater tubercle A-Prime mover of arm flexion...
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