The study of structure of organisms
What we can see with the naked eye
Need a microscope to see it
Use knowledge of anatomy to help in diagnosis/treatment
Study of how things function
Cuts body in half longitudally
Close to the midline
Away from the midline
Slices that are parallel to the median plane
Right angles to the median plane
On the head, towards the nose
Cuts body into upper and lower halves
Towards the belly
Caudal surface of front legs from wrist to toes
Caudal surface of the hind legs from the ankle to the toes
Near the surface of the body
Near the center of the body
Near to the body proper
Farther away from the body
The basic unit of living things
Specialized groups of cells with the same function
Groups of tissues that work together
Groups of organs working together to do a common job
Covers and lines the body; skin, mucous membranes...
Binds other tissues together, protection and leverage
Stretches and returns to original shape... around abdomen and walls of arteries
Fibrous tissue that adds strength to other tissues; gelatin, capsule around muscles
Strong dense tissue that connects muscle to bone
Strong dense tissue that connects bone to bone
Fat storage. White in most animals. Yellow in Gurnsey cattle and horses. Brown in newborns
Gristle type tissue. Discs between vertebrae, ear, joint surface
Calcified cartilage. Living tissue constantly being remodled
Used for movement- skeletal, striated and cardiac
Conducts never signals; found in the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves
Surrounds the brain
Surrounds the heart and lungs
Surrounds all the organs in the 'belly,' intestine, uterus, kidneys etc...
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