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UA: Anatomy 1 Lab - Quiz 1

University of Akron - Wayne College Anatomy & Physiology 1 Lab Quiz review
STUDY
PLAY
superior
towards the trunk or head
inferior
towards the feet
proximal
closest point of attachment
distal
farthest point of attachment
anterior
front of the body
posterior
back of the body
lateral
away from midline
medial
towards the midline
sagittal
divides body into left and right halves
transverse
divides the body into superior and inferior halves
frontal
divides the body in anterior and posterior halves
midsagittal
evenly divided between left and right halves
hypochondriac
Right and left sides next to the epigastric region
lumbar
Right and left sides next to the umbilicus region
iliac
Right and left sides next to the hypogastric region
epigastric
area above the gastrointestinal cavity
umbilicus
gastrointestinal cavity
hypogastric
area below the gastrointestinal cavity
cohesion
a property of water that allows water to bond with other elements
adhesion
a property of water that allows water to bond with like elements (oxygen, hydrogen)
chemically reactive
a property of water that allows for self-ionization
thermal absorption
a property of water that allows water to absorb large amounts of energy
pH
a table indicating the acidity or alkaline of a substance
acidity
proton donor with a pH less than 7
alkalidity
proton acceptor with a pH greater than 7
pH neutral
"pure water" at 7.0
glucose
sugar made up of carbon, oxygen, hydrogen
triglycerides
3 fatty acids attached to glycerol
lipids
fatty acids (phospholipids, cholesterol, eiconasoids
Organism
first hierarchy of complexity
Organ Systems
second hierarchy of complexity
Organs
third hierarchy of complexity
Tissue
fourth hierarchy of complexity
cells
fifth hierarchy of complexity
prophase
first phase of mitosis
Metaphase
second stage of mitosis
Anaphase
third stage of mitosis, formation of spindols that begin to pull chromatins apart
Telophase
fourth stage of mitosis where 2 new daughter cells are formed