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388 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 101
Agonist
What is the function of the bipolar la…
What is canaliculi?
What is the coccyx?
A muscle that is the major moving force for a movement.
Unknown function
Small channels throughout osteon that diffuses material.
A fused rudimentary tailbone.
Agonist
A muscle that is the major moving force for a movement.
What is the function of the bipolar la…
Unknown function
53 terms
Anatomy and physiology 101
Anatomy
Physiology
Subatomic particles
Atom
The study of the structure/morphology of the human body and i…
The study of the functions of the human body and its parts
Protons, neutrons, and electrons that make up the cell
Tiny particles that make up chemicals (hydrogen, carbon)
Anatomy
The study of the structure/morphology of the human body and i…
Physiology
The study of the functions of the human body and its parts
377 terms
anatomy and physiology 101
smallest unit of matter
atom or molecule with positive or nega…
oxygen is an example of a
a molecule is
atom
ion
molecule
2 or more atoms sharing elections
smallest unit of matter
atom
atom or molecule with positive or nega…
ion
108 terms
Anatomy and Physiology ANEQ 101
Anatomy and Physiology
Dorsal
Ventral
Cranial
-Knowledge of anatomy is important for being able to appraise…
Refers to the top or back
Refers to the belly or underside
Means towards the head or front
Anatomy and Physiology
-Knowledge of anatomy is important for being able to appraise…
Dorsal
Refers to the top or back
40 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 101 chapter 1
anatomical position
cross section
oblique
longitudinal
To stand erect with arms at the sides and palms of the hands…
horizontal cut in a tubular organ with each halves equal
cutting horizontally at an angle in a tubular organ
cutting down the middle of a tubular organ
anatomical position
To stand erect with arms at the sides and palms of the hands…
cross section
horizontal cut in a tubular organ with each halves equal
25 terms
Anatomy & Physiology 101-125
melan-
mening-
meso-
meta-
black
membrane
middle
after
melan-
black
mening-
membrane
65 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 101
gross anatomy
microscopic
histology
cytology
anatomy of things seen without magnification
must be magnified to be seen
study of tissue, low magnification of 10-5,000x
study of cells, high magnification of 5,000-500,000
gross anatomy
anatomy of things seen without magnification
microscopic
must be magnified to be seen
170 terms
Anatomy & Physiology 101
Homeostasis is the
The oral, nasal, orbital, and middle e…
The thoracic cavity lies _____________…
An anatomical section that separates t…
tendency of the body to maintain a stable internal environment.
False
superior to
sagittal
Homeostasis is the
tendency of the body to maintain a stable internal environment.
The oral, nasal, orbital, and middle e…
False
44 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 101 Midterm
alopecia
cellulitis
dermatitis
eczema
hair loss
inflammation of connective tissue in skin and primarily occur…
inflammation of skin or a rash
one type of chronic dermatitis that has acute phases characte…
alopecia
hair loss
cellulitis
inflammation of connective tissue in skin and primarily occur…
48 terms
Anatomical Terms-Anatomy and Physiology 101 Ch 1
Axial
Cephalic
Cranial
Facial
Pertaining the central part of the body, the head and trunk
Pertaining to the head
Pertaining to the head
Pertaining to the face
Axial
Pertaining the central part of the body, the head and trunk
Cephalic
Pertaining to the head
201 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 101 Final Exam Ivy Tech
What is the difference between anatomy…
what are the levels of organization
what are the characteristics of life?
what are the requirements of life?
anatomy- study of structure... physiology- study of function
subatomic particle- protons, electrons, neutrons... atom... molecul…
movement... responsiveness... respiration... absorption... secretion... dige…
water... food... heat... pressure... oxygen
What is the difference between anatomy…
anatomy- study of structure... physiology- study of function
what are the levels of organization
subatomic particle- protons, electrons, neutrons... atom... molecul…
50 terms
Anatomy & Physiology Vocab. (101-150)
veins
arteries
erythrocytes
thrombocytes
veins
arteries
Anatomy & Physiology 101 Study Guide Cell/Tissue
Stores Lipids
Is blood a connective tissue that cont…
What is the function of epithelium?
What tissue is excitable and contracti…
Adipose
Yes
protection,absorption,secretion,filtration, and excretion
skeletal, cardiac, and smooth
Stores Lipids
Adipose
Is blood a connective tissue that cont…
Yes
388 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 101 exam 2
Agonist
What is the function of the bipolar la…
What is canaliculi?
What is the coccyx?
A muscle that is the major moving force for a movement.
Unknown function
Small channels throughout osteon that diffuses material.
A fused rudimentary tailbone.
Agonist
A muscle that is the major moving force for a movement.
What is the function of the bipolar la…
Unknown function
62 terms
Bio 101 Anatomy and Physiology Midterm
Posterior
Anterior
Mitochondria
Metaphase
back or in the back of
front or in front of
are tiny power plants contained within the cell that provide…
Chromatid pairs arrange in a single file in the middle of the…
Posterior
back or in the back of
Anterior
front or in front of
29 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 101 (Front of Body)
Cephalic
Frontal
Orbital
Buccal
head
Forehead
Eye Cavity
Cheek
Cephalic
head
Frontal
Forehead
15 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 101 (Back of Body)
Occipital
Acromial
Vertebral
Brachial
Back of head
Point of shoulder
Spinal column
Arm
Occipital
Back of head
Acromial
Point of shoulder
68D Bio 101 - Anatomy & Physiology
Cardio
Hemo
Thorax
Pneumo
Heart
Blood
Chest
Air
Cardio
Heart
Hemo
Blood
201 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 101 Final Exam Ivy Tech
What is the difference between anatomy…
what are the levels of organization
what are the characteristics of life?
what are the requirements of life?
anatomy- study of structure... physiology- study of function
subatomic particle- protons, electrons, neutrons... atom... molecul…
movement... responsiveness... respiration... absorption... secretion... dige…
water... food... heat... pressure... oxygen
What is the difference between anatomy…
anatomy- study of structure... physiology- study of function
what are the levels of organization
subatomic particle- protons, electrons, neutrons... atom... molecul…
207 terms
Anatomy & Physiology 101-Chapter 7-The Skeleton
Which of the following is not part of…
Which of the following is a function o…
How many bones make up the axial skele…
The suture that forms the articulation…
pectoral girdle
all of the answers are correct
80
coronal
Which of the following is not part of…
pectoral girdle
Which of the following is a function o…
all of the answers are correct
201 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 101 Final Exam Ivy Tech
What is the difference between anatomy…
what are the levels of organization
what are the characteristics of life?
what are the requirements of life?
anatomy- study of structure... physiology- study of function
subatomic particle- protons, electrons, neutrons... atom... molecul…
movement... responsiveness... respiration... absorption... secretion... dige…
water... food... heat... pressure... oxygen
What is the difference between anatomy…
anatomy- study of structure... physiology- study of function
what are the levels of organization
subatomic particle- protons, electrons, neutrons... atom... molecul…
89 terms
Anatomy & Physiology 101- Exam 1 Review
Least to most complex structural organ…
Homeostasis
Negative feedback
Positive feedback
chemical, cellular, tissue, organ, system, organism
a condition of equilibrium in the body's internal environment…
disruption of homeostasis causes a chain reaction that brings…
disruption of homeostasis causes further deviations (ex: labo…
Least to most complex structural organ…
chemical, cellular, tissue, organ, system, organism
Homeostasis
a condition of equilibrium in the body's internal environment…
201 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 101 Final Exam Ivy Tech
What is the difference between anatomy…
what are the levels of organization
what are the characteristics of life?
what are the requirements of life?
anatomy- study of structure... physiology- study of function
subatomic particle- protons, electrons, neutrons... atom... molecul…
movement... responsiveness... respiration... absorption... secretion... dige…
water... food... heat... pressure... oxygen
What is the difference between anatomy…
anatomy- study of structure... physiology- study of function
what are the levels of organization
subatomic particle- protons, electrons, neutrons... atom... molecul…
91 terms
Anatomy & Physiology 101-Chapter 8-Articulations (Joints)
An immovable joint is a(n)
A slightly movable joint is a(n)
A freely movable joint is a(n)
A suture is an example of a(n)
synarthrosis
amphiarthrosis
diarthrosis
synarthrosis
An immovable joint is a(n)
synarthrosis
A slightly movable joint is a(n)
amphiarthrosis
10 terms
Anatomy & Physiology Word Parts (101-110)
-plegia
pleura
platy
pneumo
paralysis
rib
flat
lung, air, breath
-plegia
paralysis
pleura
rib
83 terms
Anatomy & Physiology 101-Chapter 5-Integumentary System
Each of the following is a function of…
The two components of the integumentar…
Accessory structures of the skin inclu…
An intradermal injection is administer…
synthesis of vitamin C
cutaneous membrane and accessory structures
epidermis
3
Each of the following is a function of…
synthesis of vitamin C
The two components of the integumentar…
cutaneous membrane and accessory structures
107 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 101 Test 2
Mitosis
Cytokinesis
Cleavage furrow
interphase
Essential for body growth and tissue repair. Includes the pha…
The division of the cytoplasm beginning in late anaphase and…
the bend in the plasma membrane that forms as the cytoplasm d…
G1, S, and G2 subphases make up this phase.
Mitosis
Essential for body growth and tissue repair. Includes the pha…
Cytokinesis
The division of the cytoplasm beginning in late anaphase and…
18 terms
VS 101 Anatomy & Physiology -Part 2
prokaryotes
eukaryotes
cell membrane
cytoplasm
cells that don't have a nucleus
found in all multi-cellular organisms today... -have a distinct…
plasmalemma... -acts as a flexible, elastic barrier between the…
contains the organelles... -everything inside the cell membrane…
prokaryotes
cells that don't have a nucleus
eukaryotes
found in all multi-cellular organisms today... -have a distinct…
125 terms
anatomy/physiology 101 midterm study guide
Explain the difference between anatomy…
metabolism
homeostasis
How does homeostatic mechanism maintai…
the study of body parts/study of how parts function
all chemical reactions in an organism that support life
bodies maintenance of a stable internal enviornment
self regulating systems/ receptors,control center,effectors
Explain the difference between anatomy…
the study of body parts/study of how parts function
metabolism
all chemical reactions in an organism that support life
94 terms
Anatomy & Physiology
anatomy
physiology
form determines
metabolism
Study of structure
Study of function
function and vice versa
All of the chemical reactions that occur within an organism
anatomy
Study of structure
physiology
Study of function
390 terms
Anatomy And Physiology 101 - Final Exam Study Guide
Groups of cells (and the substance sur…
Renal physiology is the study of the f…
The chemical reactions that break down…
_______________ is the ability of an o…
tissue
kidneys
catabolism
responsiveness
Groups of cells (and the substance sur…
tissue
Renal physiology is the study of the f…
kidneys
10 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Prefixes/Suffixes 101-110
olig
onco
ophthalm
orb
few
tumor
eye
circle
olig
few
onco
tumor
137 terms
Anatomy & Physiology 101 Chapter 10 The Muscular System
muscles that guard entrances and exits…
the type of muscle whose functional ch…
skeletal muscles in which the fascicle…
the most common level systems in the b…
circular
parallel
pennate
third- class levers
muscles that guard entrances and exits…
circular
the type of muscle whose functional ch…
parallel
64 terms
Anatomy and Physiology
Abdominal Cavity
Abdominopelvic Cavity
Anatomical Position
Anatomy
The largest hallow body cavity in humans and many animals, an…
Division of the anterior (ventral) cavity that houses the abd…
A standard reference position used for describing location an…
Science that studies the form and composition of the the body…
Abdominal Cavity
The largest hallow body cavity in humans and many animals, an…
Abdominopelvic Cavity
Division of the anterior (ventral) cavity that houses the abd…
236 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 101 Final Exam Review
Covalent Bond
Element
Homeostasis
Levels of organization
Two molecules sharing electrons
Fundamental substance of matter
Maintain internal environment
Cell, tissue, organ, system, organism
Covalent Bond
Two molecules sharing electrons
Element
Fundamental substance of matter
79 terms
Anatomy and Physiology
cephalic
otic
occipital
abdominal
head
ear
back off head
gut
cephalic
head
otic
ear
83 terms
Anatomy & Physiology 101-Chapter 5-Integumentary System
Each of the following is a function of…
The two components of the integumentar…
Accessory structures of the skin inclu…
An intradermal injection is administer…
synthesis of vitamin C
cutaneous membrane and accessory structures
epidermis
3
Each of the following is a function of…
synthesis of vitamin C
The two components of the integumentar…
cutaneous membrane and accessory structures
21 terms
BIO 101: Anatomy and Physiology I Introduction
Anatomy
Subdivisions of Anatomy
Physiology
Eleven Organ Systems
the study of STRUCTURE using observation or inspecting, palpa…
1. macroscopic: see w/ naked eye (organs regional and systema…
the study of FUNCTION
RUN MRS LIDEC... 1. Respiratory... 2. Urinary... 3. Nervous... 4. Muscula…
Anatomy
the study of STRUCTURE using observation or inspecting, palpa…
Subdivisions of Anatomy
1. macroscopic: see w/ naked eye (organs regional and systema…
17 terms
4A011 PAD 101 Anatomy & Physiology
Eponyms
Normal Anatomical Position
Superior
Inferior
when we use an individual's name or a place to identify somet…
Refers to a person that is standing upright with both arms ou…
Toward the head or situated above another structure
Away from the head or situated below another structure
Eponyms
when we use an individual's name or a place to identify somet…
Normal Anatomical Position
Refers to a person that is standing upright with both arms ou…
24 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 101 Lab : Pig Organs
Thyroid Gland
Thymus
Pericardium
Heart
Gland the produces hormones important in the metabolism, grow…
Immune system in which T cells mature and differentiate.
Sac of specialized peritoneum that encloses the heart, contai…
Muscular organ that pumps blood through the body.
Thyroid Gland
Gland the produces hormones important in the metabolism, grow…
Thymus
Immune system in which T cells mature and differentiate.
47 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 101 Lab : Pig Organs
Thyroid Gland
Thymus
Pericardium
Heart
Gland the produces hormones important in the metabolism, grow…
Immune system in which T cells mature and differentiate.
the membrane enclosing the heart, consisting of an outer fibr…
Muscular organ that pumps blood through the body.
Thyroid Gland
Gland the produces hormones important in the metabolism, grow…
Thymus
Immune system in which T cells mature and differentiate.
41 terms
VS 101 Anatomy & Physiology -Part 1
Anatomy
Physiology
microscopic
macroscope
the form and structure of the body and its parts
the function of the body and its parts
parts so small that we need a MICROSCOPE to see them
gross anatomy = able to be seen with the naked eye
Anatomy
the form and structure of the body and its parts
Physiology
the function of the body and its parts
102 terms
CSD 101 Chapter 2 Anatomy & Physiology
Anatomy
Physiology
Respiratory system, laryngeal system,…
Respiratory system
the study of the structures of the body and the relationship…
a branch of biology and is defined as a science concerned wit…
3 physiological subsystems involved in speech production
provides driving force for speech by generating pos air press…
Anatomy
the study of the structures of the body and the relationship…
Physiology
a branch of biology and is defined as a science concerned wit…
123 terms
Anatomy & Physiology 101 Chapter 11 Neural Tissue
which of the following is NOT a functi…
the ________ nervous system is compose…
the ________ nervous system controls t…
the part of the peripheral nervous sys…
direct long-term function, such as growth
central
somatic
afferent
which of the following is NOT a functi…
direct long-term function, such as growth
the ________ nervous system is compose…
central
48 terms
Anatomical Terms-Anatomy and Physiology 101 Ch 1
Axial
Cephalic
Cranial
Facial
Pertaining the central part of the body, the head and trunk
Pertaining to the head
Pertaining to the head
Pertaining to the face
Axial
Pertaining the central part of the body, the head and trunk
Cephalic
Pertaining to the head
42 terms
Anatomy and Physiology
Endocrine
Respiratory
Muscular
Integument
main system that secretes regulating hormones
exchange of gases between the atmosphere and the blood
maintains posture, movement and generates most body heat. mov…
provides an outer covering of the body
Endocrine
main system that secretes regulating hormones
Respiratory
exchange of gases between the atmosphere and the blood
95 terms
Par 101 Quiz 1 Anatomy and Physiology
Anatomy
Physiology
Integumentary
Homeostatis
The Study of Sturcture
Study of Function
Largest Organ in the body
The bodies automatic tendency to maintain its steady state
Anatomy
The Study of Sturcture
Physiology
Study of Function
9 terms
Anatomy and physiology 101 Ch7 Skeletal System
Skeletal system
Ligaments
Cartilages
Axial skeleton
Composed of bones, cartilages joints and ligaments. Accounts…
Connect bones and reinforce joints, allowing required movemen…
Occur only in isolated areas, such as nose, parts of the ribs…
Structured from 80 bones segregated into three major regions:…
Skeletal system
Composed of bones, cartilages joints and ligaments. Accounts…
Ligaments
Connect bones and reinforce joints, allowing required movemen…
110 terms
Anatomy & Physiology 101 Chapter 15 The Special Senses
olfactory glans
the mucus that covers the olfactory ep…
before an olfactory receptor can detec…
all of the following are true of olfac…
coat the olfactory epithelium with a pigmented mucus
dissolves unwanted chemicals and washes them away
bind to receptors in olfactory cilia
they project first to the maxillary bodies and then to the th…
olfactory glans
coat the olfactory epithelium with a pigmented mucus
the mucus that covers the olfactory ep…
dissolves unwanted chemicals and washes them away
58 terms
Anatomy and Physiology
Abdominal (Abdomen)
Acromion (Acromial)
Antebrachium (Antebrachial)
Antecubitis (Antecubital)
The abdomen (commonly called the belly) is the body space bet…
A bony process on the scapula.
Forearm... The part of the arm between the wrist and the elbow.
front of elbow
Abdominal (Abdomen)
The abdomen (commonly called the belly) is the body space bet…
Acromion (Acromial)
A bony process on the scapula.
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