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Anatomy Study Guide Final

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Pelvic Cavity
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Abdomino Pelvic Cavity
Continuous cavity within the abdomen and pelvis that contains the largest organs of the gastrointestinal system.
Heart
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Spinal Cord
Part of the central nervous system. Continuous with the medulla oblongata of the brain and extends down the back in the spinal cavity. Ends at L2 and seperates into individual nerves.
Cranial Cavity
Cavity containing the skull and brain
Two Pleural Cavities
The space between the parietal and visceral layers of the pleura
Dissacharides
A carbohydrate that is composed of 2 monosaccharides
Fatty Acids
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ADNA
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Nucleic Acids
Chemicals (such as DNA or RNA) that carry genetic information
Amino Acids
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Lipids
Fats.
Centrioles
An organelle that precedes mitosis
Nuclear Envelope
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Smooth ER
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Cytosol
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Microvilli
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Golgi Apparatus
Organelle of the cell that packages cellular material for transport.
Nucleolus
Round, central region within the nucleus. It makes ribosomes.
Rough ER
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Secretory Vesicles
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Cilia
Small hairs that flow in waves to move foreign particles away from the lungs toward the nose and throat, where they can be expelled. Also found inside the Fallopian tubes to propel an ovum toward the uterus.
Free Ribosomes
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Mitochondrion
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Chromatin
Genetic material found in the nucleus of a cell.
Nuclear Pores
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Cell Membrane
Semipermiable barrier that sourrounds a cell and holds in the cytoplasm. It allows water and some nutrients to enter and waste products to leave the cell.
Lysosome
Organelle that consists of a small sac with digestive enzymes in it. These destroy pathogens that invade the cell.
Fixed Ribosomes
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Cytoskeleton
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Pseudostratified Columnar
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Simple Columnar
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Simple Cuboidal
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Simple Squamos
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Stratified Squamos
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Transitional Epithelium
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