5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Autonomic Nervous System
- Immovable Joints
- Anatomical Position
- Cardiac Muscle
- a Specialized involuntary muscle found only in the heart.
- b Skull. Parietal bone fused together and cannot move any more
- c A thin walled, microscopic blood vessel where the oxygen/carbon dioxide and nutrient/waste exchange with the body's cells takes place.
- d Division of Preipheral nervous system the controls invoulutary motor functions such as digestion and heart rate
- e Standard reference of the body in the study of Anatomy. Body is standing erect, facing the observer, with arms down at sides and palms of the hands forward. Supination of palms
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The breastbone
- Closer to the torso or reference point
- Produces insulin for regulation of sugar in the bloodstream. Also creates juices that assist in the breakdown of protien, carbohydrates and fat. Is a gland located behind the stomach.
- The force blood exerts against the walls of blood vessels. Arterial pressure is measured in the arteries.
- The ankle bone
5 True/False Questions
Ulna → The medial bone of the forearm
Aorta → The two upper chambers of the heart. The right atrium recieves unoxygenated blood returning from the body. The left atrium recieves oxygenated blood returning from the lungs.
Clavicle → The wrist bone
Subcutaneous layers → On one side of the body.
Orbits → The two upper chambers of the heart. The right atrium recieves unoxygenated blood returning from the body. The left atrium recieves oxygenated blood returning from the lungs.