Or transverse- dividing the body into superior and inferior portions.
Or coronal- divides the anterior (or ventral) and posterior (or dorsal) portions
Uppermost or above Lower most or below
Nearest the point of attachment or origin Away from the point of attachment or origin
Nearest the midline of the body Toward the side or away from the midline of the body
Anatomy of cell diagram
Be able to identify
The liquid part of a cell and cells are composed
Is the control central of the cell
site of protein synthesis. Are tiny granules distributed throughout the cytoplasm and are attached to the rough or granular ER
Power house of the cell. Creates ATP
Plant cell wall
Match with cellulose
Cilia and flagella
cellular organelles on the surface protrude from the cell and beat or vibrate to create movement
Skin weighs how much
6 pounds (nearly twice the weight of the brain of the liver.)
Most dangerous type of skin cancer
Malignant melanoma- a rare and associated with a mole on the skin.
Allows movement and support. (Blood, fat, or bone)
Generates movement. Three types skeletal or voluntary, smooth of involuntary, and cardiac.
Composed of nerve cells forming a coordinating system connecting the numerous sensory (touch,sight)
Covers surfaces and protects, forms glands, and lines cavities of the body. Made up of one or more layers of cells.
Allows movement and support. (Blood, fat, or bone)
Chemical fuel that allows the body to do work (in mitochondria)
Total chemical changes that occur inside a cell
Blood forming tissue-stores mineral salts (calcium and phosphorous)
Basic organization of nerve cells transports impulses (conducting cell)
Substance that increases the rate of chemical reaction without being affected by that reaction
Needed for strong bones and muscle contractions
aerobic breakdown of glucose-First step in biochemical respiration process
Building blocks of protein
Conversion of light energy into chemical energy
Organelles only found in plant cells where photosynthesis occurs ; contains the pigment chlorophyll
Mistake in copying of genetic material
Formation of female sex cells
Production of sperm
Hereditary material of the cell
3 types ; squamous , cuboidal , columnar
Glands that have ducts that lead the secreted material away from the gland to the surface of a passage way or the skin
Innermost layer of the heart wall , endothelium that lines the heart
A fatty tissue that acts as firm protective packing around and between organs
Top layer of skin
1st degree burn
burn that involves only epidermis causes redness pain and slight swelling
2nd degree burn
Blistered , moist , pink / red
3rd degree burn
Charring, skin is black / brown / red. a burn that completely destroys the epidermis and the dermis and may require skin graft.
Second layer of skin. Also called curium
Specializes in treating conditions that affect skin, hair, and nails
Specializes concerned with inflammatory in the skin and reaction in the immune system.
Study of the structure, organization of the body
Study of the functions of the body
Study of diseases
Table of elements which are arranged by their atomic number
Number of protons or the number of electrons
Thickened area of the skin
Prokaryotic cells; feeds on sweat
Maintaining the bodies internal environment
Most abundance substance in a living cell. 60-80%
Kind of diffusion pertaining to only water molecules from an area of high concentration to low
Movement of molecules through a medium of high concentration to low
Cellular organelles located on the cell surface
Bluish discoloration of the skin due to lack of oxygen
Fungal infection, ringworm of the foot
fever blisters caused by herpes type1
solution in which the salt concentration inside the cell is higher than outside the cell.
Water molecules move out of the cell and the cell will shrink
Lines digestive, respiratory, urinary, and reproductive tracts.
Organs: skin and accessories, nails, hair, sweat glands, and sebaceous glands Functions: protection, regulation of water and temperature
Organs: bones, cartilage, tendons and ligaments Functions: 1. supports and stabilizes surrounding tissue 2. Protects vital organs 3. Assists in body movement 4. Manufactures blood cells 5. Storage area of blood cells
Organs: joints. Functions: holds the bone of the joints together
Organs: muscles, facials, tendon sheaths, and bursal. Functions: movement, pushing food and blood, contracting heart.
Organs: brain, spinal cord, cranial, and peripheral nerves, and sensory and motor structures. Functions: controls and regulates, interpreting stimuli.
Ductless glands , master glands controls thyroid, adrenal glands, ovaries, and testes. Produce hormones that chemically regulates body's functions. Works with nervous system.
Heart, arteries , veins, capillaries. Pump and distribute blood which carries oxygen, nutrients, and waste to/from cells.
(AKA Immune system) Lymph nodes, thymus gland , spleen , lymph vessels. Drain tissue spaces of excess interstitial fluids and absorbs fat from intestines to blood. Protects body from disease by developing immunities.
Alimentary canal, mouth, esophagus, stomach , Small and large intestines , rectum. ( associated salivary, ulcer, pancreas ) contents food into simpler substances that can be absorbed by the cells and eliminates waste.
Nasal cavities , pharynx , larynx , trachea, bronchi , and lungs. Brings oxygen and eliminates CO2 from the blood
Made up of 2 kidneys ,2 ureters ,bladder, ureatha . Function chemical regulation of the blood formation and elimination of urine . Maintance of homeostasis.
system responsible for maintaining sexual characteristics and the perpetuation of our species.
basic unit of biological organization of the human body
epithelial cells are anchored to each other and to underline tissues by this
a cancer casing agent
a ductless gland that secretes hormones
a serous membrane that lines the entire abdominal cavity