regional anatomy

which type of anatomy refers to the study of all of the structures in a specific area of the body?

systemic anatomy

which type of anatomy refers to the study of all of the structures in a specific area of the body?

pleural and pericardial cavity

a transverse section at the level of the nipple would pass through which body cavity?

selective permeable

because the plasmalemma blocks some substances and allows others through, it is reffered to as being?


an active process for transporting liquid across a plasmalemma is?


fluid content of the cell


which of the following is a non membranous organelle?

golgi apparatus

recycling and changing the plasmalemma is the major function of which organelle

manufacture of carbohydrates and lipids

which cellular operation occurs in the smooth endoplasmic reticulum


which of the following means two or more layers

elastic cartilage

the type of cartilage that is specialized to resist compression is

synovial membrane

the wet membrane that covers the major joints of the body is a

subserous fascia

connective tissue layers that lies between serous membranes and deep fascia is called?

cardiac muscle tissue

it is striated, the cells have one nucleus, it is branched and the cells are smaller than skeletal muscle


what is exclusively found on the neruon

merocrine sweat glands

respond to elevated body tempature

vellus hairs

fine hairs covering the general surface of the body


which is the major function of the skeletal system

collagen fibers

inorganic components of the matrix of bone include


mature bone cels that monitor the matrix are


spongy bone is made up of a network of bony spines called?


the connective tissue covering the inner surface of a bone is?


the degenerative effects of weak bones to older women

sesamoid bone



which o the following bones contain the infraorbital foreamen

sella turcia

the structure that houses the pituitary gland is called the?

hypoglossal canal

belongs to the occipital gland

ethmoid bone

makes up most of the medial wall of the orbital complex


the temporal processes are part of what bone?


pregnancy can cause which of the following abnormal curvatures of the back?


which type of vertebra has a transverse costal facet

xiphoid process

the most inferior portion of the sternum is called the?

deltoid tuberosity

which of the following is the attachment site for the deltoid muscle?

olecranon process

the point of the elbow is formed by the what? of the ulna

metacarpal bones

the plans of the hand are made up of?


in the able the largest tarsal bone is the?

greater separation of the ischial spines

which feature of the female pelvis is adapted to allow the pelvic outlet a larger size


if you fractured your pisiform bone in an accident what part of your body was injured?

illium attaches to the sacrum

the pelvic girdle meets the axial skeleton where the?

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