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Biology 12 Reproduction System
testicles
scrotum
seminiferous tubules
spermatogenesis
The pair of male gonads
pair of testes lie outside the body in this pouch
location of sperm production
the process of creating sperm
testicles
The pair of male gonads
scrotum
pair of testes lie outside the body in this pouch
48 terms
Bio 12 Circulatory System
Anterior vena cava
Antibody
Antigen
Aorta
Vein that delivers blood from the anterior part of the body i…
A protein that is released by a type of white blood cell in r…
A substance capable of stimulating the release of antibodies
The largest artery of the body conducts oxygenated blood out…
Anterior vena cava
Vein that delivers blood from the anterior part of the body i…
Antibody
A protein that is released by a type of white blood cell in r…
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Bio 12 Urinary System
ADH
Adrenal Cortex
Afferent Arterioles
Efferent Arterioles
Hormone released by the posterior pituitary gland that acts t…
The cortex of the adrenal gland; secretes aldosterone
Carries blood to the glomerulus
Carries blood away from the glomerulus
ADH
Hormone released by the posterior pituitary gland that acts t…
Adrenal Cortex
The cortex of the adrenal gland; secretes aldosterone
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Bio 12 Nervous System
ACh
AchE
Action Potential
Adrenal Medulla
A neurotransmitter found in neurons that carries information…
An enzyme that breaks down unused acetylcholine in the synapt…
A short-term change in the electrical potential on the surfac…
The inner portion of the adrenal glands that synthesizes, sto…
ACh
A neurotransmitter found in neurons that carries information…
AchE
An enzyme that breaks down unused acetylcholine in the synapt…
48 terms
Bio 12 Digestive System
Absorption
Anaerobic bacteria
Anus
Appendix
The "taking in" of substance particles, generally in molecula…
Bacteria that survive in the absence of oxygen. E. Coli is an…
The posterior opening of the digestive tract, protected by th…
A fingerlike vestigial protection from the caecum. No function.
Absorption
The "taking in" of substance particles, generally in molecula…
Anaerobic bacteria
Bacteria that survive in the absence of oxygen. E. Coli is an…
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Bio 12 Respiratory System
Alveoli
Aortic Bodies
Bicarbonate ions
Bronchi
Small sacs that allows gas exchange between O2 and CO2
One of several small clusters of chemoreceptors, baroreceptor…
HCO3−
Two main branches of the trachea that go into the lungs
Alveoli
Small sacs that allows gas exchange between O2 and CO2
Aortic Bodies
One of several small clusters of chemoreceptors, baroreceptor…
156 terms
Solar system 12-16
What is the physical appearance of Jup…
stronger Coriolis force mean
What are the major factors that cause…
Coriolis force
a series of dark belts and light zones parallel to its equator
higher speed of objects
Atmospheric convection & rotation of the Earth.
What is the physical appearance of Jup…
a series of dark belts and light zones parallel to its equator
stronger Coriolis force mean
higher speed of objects
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Vocabulary 12 Circulatory System
Circulatory System
Cardiovascular System
Heart
Arteries
It consists of the heart, blood, and blood vessels. It circul…
Another name for Circulatory System. It is made up of the hea…
A hollow, muscular organ that pumps blood throughout the body.
Blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart to all the…
Circulatory System
It consists of the heart, blood, and blood vessels. It circul…
Cardiovascular System
Another name for Circulatory System. It is made up of the hea…
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Ch. 12 Circulatory System
heart
atrium
ventricle
pulse
a hollow organ that has a wall made of strong muscles
the upper chamber on each side
the lower chamber on each side
the push of blood through the blood vessels
heart
a hollow organ that has a wall made of strong muscles
atrium
the upper chamber on each side
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bio 12 digestive system
nasal cavity
oral cavity
salivary glands
pharynx
nasal cavity
oral cavity
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12: Somatic Sensory System
Modalities of somatic sensation
Receptor potential
Types of sensory receptors
Mechanoreceptors
- Touch... - Pain... - Temperature... - Proprioception
A change in the membrane potential of a sensory receptor.
- Mechanoreceptors... - Nociceptors... - Thermoreceptors... - Chemorec…
__________ are detect physical distortion such as bending or…
Modalities of somatic sensation
- Touch... - Pain... - Temperature... - Proprioception
Receptor potential
A change in the membrane potential of a sensory receptor.
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Ch. 12 Nervous System
alges/o
cephal/o
cerebell/o
cerebr/o
sense of pain
head
cerebellum
cerebrum
alges/o
sense of pain
cephal/o
head
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DIGESTIVE SYSTEM (biology 12)
physical digestion
chemical digestion
digestive tract (gut)
absorption
breakdown of ingested food to particles in digestive tract (g…
breakdown of food particles to small molecules that pass thro…
extracellular tube that food passes through
passage of digested nutrients from gut into blood or lymph, w…
physical digestion
breakdown of ingested food to particles in digestive tract (g…
chemical digestion
breakdown of food particles to small molecules that pass thro…
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Biology 12: respiratory system
nasal sinus
pharynx
epiglottis
larynx
-this is surrounded by a lot of capillary beds and mucous gla…
this is the common passageway for air and food (back of throat)
this is the flap of tissue that covers the top of the trachea…
-this is the voice box... -when the epiglottis is open and air p…
nasal sinus
-this is surrounded by a lot of capillary beds and mucous gla…
pharynx
this is the common passageway for air and food (back of throat)
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The Nervous System: Chapter 12
General functions of the nervous system
The CNS includes both:
Somatic nervous system controls:
ANS controls:
a. regulating/controlling peripheral structures and system... b.…
the brain and the spinal cord
skeletal muscles
smooth muscles of the visceral organs
General functions of the nervous system
a. regulating/controlling peripheral structures and system... b.…
The CNS includes both:
the brain and the spinal cord
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Biology 12: Excretory system
desiccation
kidney
ureter
bladder
-humans will die if we lose about 12% of their body water... -th…
-this is the main excretory organ, it excretes toxins, drugs,…
-waste fluid made in the kidney exits through a duct called a…
-this stores the urine... -an average ________ can hold a maximu…
desiccation
-humans will die if we lose about 12% of their body water... -th…
kidney
-this is the main excretory organ, it excretes toxins, drugs,…
Biology 12 Circulatory System
Pulmonary and Umbilical Arteries
Pulmonary and Umbilical Veins
Arteries/ Arterioles
smooth muscle in arteries
carry deoxygenated blood away from the heart
carry oxygenated blood to heart
3 layers smooth muscle, elastic fibres, supporting tissue ... re…
gives strength ... allows them to constrict and dilate
Pulmonary and Umbilical Arteries
carry deoxygenated blood away from the heart
Pulmonary and Umbilical Veins
carry oxygenated blood to heart
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Biology 12: Digestive System
Anus
Appendix
Cardiac Sphincter
Duodenum
is a sphincter involved in the defecation reflex.
is a projection of the cecum at the entrance to the large int…
is a ring of muscle located at the entrance to the stomach. I…
the first section of the small intestine. important for the d…
Anus
is a sphincter involved in the defecation reflex.
Appendix
is a projection of the cecum at the entrance to the large int…
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Systems 12
Pulmonary gas exchange and transport
Respiratory Surface
Alveolar-capillary membrane
Types of alveolar cells
O2 enters blood at alveolar-capillary interface.... O2 transport…
Gases are exchanged with the environment here, and move by di…
.5microns thick.... Exchange of gas from alveoli to blood.... 4 lay…
Type 1: simple squamous cells where gas exchange occurs.... Type…
Pulmonary gas exchange and transport
O2 enters blood at alveolar-capillary interface.... O2 transport…
Respiratory Surface
Gases are exchanged with the environment here, and move by di…
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Ch. 12 Respiratory System
adenoid/o
alveol/o
bronch/o... bronchi/o
bronchiol/o
adenoids
alveolus, air sac
bronchial tube, bronchus
bronchiole, small bronchus
adenoid/o
adenoids
alveol/o
alveolus, air sac
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The Central Nervous System: 12.9-12.12
Concussion
Contusion
Subdural Hemorrhage
Cerebral Edema
usually temporary, following a blow to the head
more serious concussion can bruise the brain and cause perman…
bleeding from ruptured vessels into those spaces and can resu…
swelling of the brain
Concussion
usually temporary, following a blow to the head
Contusion
more serious concussion can bruise the brain and cause perman…
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Year 12 Biology - Nervous system
Nervous system
Central nervous system (CNS)
Peripheral nervous system (PNS)
Sensory (afferent) division
The other system, aside from the endocrine system, that regul…
The brain and spinal cord form the _________ ___________ ____…
In the vertebrates, all nerve cells that in whole or part lie…
(Peripheral nervous system (PNS))... -Informs the CNS about the…
Nervous system
The other system, aside from the endocrine system, that regul…
Central nervous system (CNS)
The brain and spinal cord form the _________ ___________ ____…
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Ch. 12 The Lymphatic System
Parts of Lymphatic System (2)
Functions of the Lymphatic System (2)
___________ is excess tissue fluid and…
______________ lymph vessels pick up e…
1. Lymphatic Vessels... 2. Lymphatic Tissue
Transports escaped fluids back to the blood ... Plays essential…
lymph
Lymphatic tissue; edema
Parts of Lymphatic System (2)
1. Lymphatic Vessels... 2. Lymphatic Tissue
Functions of the Lymphatic System (2)
Transports escaped fluids back to the blood ... Plays essential…
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Biology 12: Respiratory System
Larynx
Trachea
Bronchi
Bronchioles
cartilaginous organ located between pharynx and trachea that…
flexible tube held open by cartilaginous rings that connects…
the two major divisions of the trachea leading to the lungs;…
smaller air passages in lungs that eventually terminate in th…
Larynx
cartilaginous organ located between pharynx and trachea that…
Trachea
flexible tube held open by cartilaginous rings that connects…
Biology 12 - Nervous System
Acetocholine
Autonomic
Axon
Brain
Neurotransmitter released by exocytosis into the synaptic gap…
Involuntary or unconcious
Part of a nerve cell which carries the impulse away from the…
Organ in the central nervous system responsible for the proce…
Acetocholine
Neurotransmitter released by exocytosis into the synaptic gap…
Autonomic
Involuntary or unconcious
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EXCRETORY SYSTEM NOV 12, 2014
SKIN
KIDNEYS
UREA
LUNGS
largest organ that covers the body ;part of the excretory sys…
Bean shaped organ that regulate the concentration of salt and…
A waste product of protein breakdown, produced by the liver a…
Organs through which an animal get oxygen from the air AND EL…
SKIN
largest organ that covers the body ;part of the excretory sys…
KIDNEYS
Bean shaped organ that regulate the concentration of salt and…
ch. 12 The Respiratory System vocab
Epithelium
Capillary
Glottis
Larynx
A thin layer of cells forming a tissue that covers body surfa…
A blood vessel through which oxygen and food molecules pass t…
The opening to the windpipe.
The voice box.
Epithelium
A thin layer of cells forming a tissue that covers body surfa…
Capillary
A blood vessel through which oxygen and food molecules pass t…
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System B: lesson 12
el desayuno
el almuerzo
la cena
el tenedor
breakfast
lunch
dinner
the fork
el desayuno
breakfast
el almuerzo
lunch
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Chapter 12 Respiratory System
Pharynx
Larynx
Nares
Epiglottis
Throat
Voice box
Nostrils
A flap of cartilage attached to the root of the tongue, preve…
Pharynx
Throat
Larynx
Voice box
PC12 Systems: FUEL SYSTEM
Total fuel capacity:
What would happen if the low pressure…
What action would you take if the low…
What will happen if the high pressure…
406.8gal / 402gal useable / 4.8gal unuseable
The LOW FUEL PRESS annunciator will light
- PCL to idle... - Turn on aux pumps... - Slowly bring PCL back up…
FLAME OUT
Total fuel capacity:
406.8gal / 402gal useable / 4.8gal unuseable
What would happen if the low pressure…
The LOW FUEL PRESS annunciator will light
Ch. 12: Nervous System
How are the endocrine system and nervo…
How are the endocrine system and nervo…
What are the anatomical subdivisions o…
Functional subdivisions of the NS?
They both maintain internal coordination... (send some type of s…
Endocrine sends chemical signals via blood stream ... - it is a…
Central Nervous System (CNS) ... - Brain & Spinal Cord... Periphe…
- CNS ... - PNS:... - Sensory Division: Somatic & Visceral... (contro…
How are the endocrine system and nervo…
They both maintain internal coordination... (send some type of s…
How are the endocrine system and nervo…
Endocrine sends chemical signals via blood stream ... - it is a…
PC12 Systems: ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
What is the capacity of the Battery an…
List the DC buses (different for serie…
Gen1 loss: what bus is automatically s…
What supplies AC current for avionics?
- Batt: 24V DC / 40amp hour Battery... - Gen1: 28V DC / 300amp (…
- Direct/Hot Batt (Clock, Dome light & Cargo light)... - Battery…
- Non-essential... - Flip the switch to Override
Two inverters
What is the capacity of the Battery an…
- Batt: 24V DC / 40amp hour Battery... - Gen1: 28V DC / 300amp (…
List the DC buses (different for serie…
- Direct/Hot Batt (Clock, Dome light & Cargo light)... - Battery…
99 terms
12 Systems
Ovaries
Uterine Tubes
Uterus
Vagina
Female Reproductive
Female Reproductive
Female Reproductive
Female Reproductive
Ovaries
Female Reproductive
Uterine Tubes
Female Reproductive
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Systems (12)
Integumentary
Skeletal
Muscular
Nervous
Skin and assoicated glands, hair, fingers and toes as well as…
Bone,cartilage, joint
Skeletal muscle
Brain, spinal cord, nerves
Integumentary
Skin and assoicated glands, hair, fingers and toes as well as…
Skeletal
Bone,cartilage, joint
119 terms
12. The Breathing System
A set of components connecting the pat…
Where does the breathing circuit run t…
Is the scavenger system part of the br…
What is the function of the breathing…
Breathing System
Begins at fresh gas inlet and ends at point gas is ventilated…
No
To provide anesthetic gases to patient and eliminate carbon d…
A set of components connecting the pat…
Breathing System
Where does the breathing circuit run t…
Begins at fresh gas inlet and ends at point gas is ventilated…
Ch. 12 - Integumentary System
cutane/o
derm/o, dermat/o
hidr/o
hirsut/o
skin
skin
sweat
rough, hairy
cutane/o
skin
derm/o, dermat/o
skin
12 Systems
immune system
reproductive system
muscular system
interrogatory system
...
...
...
...
immune system
...
reproductive system
...
75 terms
Chapter 12 The Integumentary System
Cutane/o
Derm/o, Dermat/o
Hidr/o
Hirsut/o
Skin... *Pictured skin condition (dermatographia)*Not a test q…
skin
sweat
hairy, rough (Angora rabbit)
Cutane/o
Skin... *Pictured skin condition (dermatographia)*Not a test q…
Derm/o, Dermat/o
skin
53 terms
12: Peripheral Nervous System
Hereditary motor and sensory neuropath…
Mononeuropathy
Multiple mononeuropathy
Myopathy
Genetic neuropathy that begins with paresis of muscles distal…
Dysfunction of a single peripheral nerve, focal dysfunction
Dysfunction of several separate peripheral nerves. Signs and…
Abnormality or disease intrinsic to muscle tissue, sensation…
Hereditary motor and sensory neuropath…
Genetic neuropathy that begins with paresis of muscles distal…
Mononeuropathy
Dysfunction of a single peripheral nerve, focal dysfunction
Bio 12- Digestive system
absorption
anaerobic bacteria
anus
appendix
when your intestines absorb essential vitamins and minerals
can live with or without air
secretes feces. last step to digestion
appendix can act as a reserve for good bacteria may be part o…
absorption
when your intestines absorb essential vitamins and minerals
anaerobic bacteria
can live with or without air
125 terms
12. digestive system
accessory organs of digestive system
layers of GI wall or digestive tract
the activities included in the digesti…
obtaining food via mouth
gall bladder, liver, pancreas
mucosa, submucosa, muscularis externa, serosa
ingestion,propulsion,mechanical and chemical digestion,absorp…
ingestion
accessory organs of digestive system
gall bladder, liver, pancreas
layers of GI wall or digestive tract
mucosa, submucosa, muscularis externa, serosa
54 terms
Ch. 12 Nervous System
endorcrine and nervous systems
endocrine system
hormones
nervous system
these maintain internal coordination
communicate by means of hormones
chemical messengers secreted into blood
use electrical and chemical means, send messages from cell to…
endorcrine and nervous systems
these maintain internal coordination
endocrine system
communicate by means of hormones
Biology 12 circulatory system
Arteries
Arterioles
Capillaries
Capillary beds
Carries red blood cells away from the heart
Small arteries that meet up with the capillaries
Permits exchange of material with the tissues
Network of many capillaries
Arteries
Carries red blood cells away from the heart
Arterioles
Small arteries that meet up with the capillaries
Lesson 12 - The Integumentary System
integumentary system
epidermis
dermis
arrector pili
Body system which provides protection from external environme…
the outermost layer of skin that is visible to the naked eye;…
dense layer of connective tissue beneath the epidermis; conta…
tiny muscle fibers attached to each hair follicle, which cont…
integumentary system
Body system which provides protection from external environme…
epidermis
the outermost layer of skin that is visible to the naked eye;…
Nervous System-Chapter 12
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Peripheral Nervous System (PNS)
Neurons
Neuroglial Cells
Composed of the brain and spine. Responsible for integrating,…
Composed of all of the neural tissue outside of the CNS. Resp…
The basic functional unit of the nervous system. Perform the…
A variety of accessory cells that assist the neurons by separ…
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Composed of the brain and spine. Responsible for integrating,…
Peripheral Nervous System (PNS)
Composed of all of the neural tissue outside of the CNS. Resp…
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Nervous System - Chapters 10-12
The Nervous System
Central Nervous System
Peripheral Nervous System
General Functions of the Nervous System
>Master controlling and communication system of the body... >The…
The brain and spinal cord
Connects to other body parts... >cranial nerves... >spinal nerves
>sensory function... >integrative function... >motor function
The Nervous System
>Master controlling and communication system of the body... >The…
Central Nervous System
The brain and spinal cord
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Chapter 12 Cardiovascular System
atrium
ventricle
pacemaker
arteries
the upper chamber in the heart
the lower chamber in the heart
a small group of cells in the wall of the right atrium
blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart
atrium
the upper chamber in the heart
ventricle
the lower chamber in the heart
100 terms
Ch. 12 Nervous System
two structural divisions of the nervou…
the central nervous system is made up…
the peripheral nervous system is made…
clusters of neuron cell bodies located…
central and peripheral
brain and spinal cord
nerves and gaglia
ganglia
two structural divisions of the nervou…
central and peripheral
the central nervous system is made up…
brain and spinal cord
14 terms
Biology 12 - Endrocrine System
Hormonal Chemical Control
Nervous System
Endocrine System
Hormons
Each body function depends on this type of control because no…
This system helps an organism adjust quickly to changes in th…
This system maintains control over a longer duration to regul…
Chemicals released by cells that affect cells in other body p…
Hormonal Chemical Control
Each body function depends on this type of control because no…
Nervous System
This system helps an organism adjust quickly to changes in th…
25 terms
Biology 12: Nervous System
sense receptors
sensory neurons
excitatory neurons
effectors
-start a nerve impulse
-send nerve impulse to an interneuron... -make up sensory nerve
-send nerve impulse to a motor neuron
-perform an action
sense receptors
-start a nerve impulse
sensory neurons
-send nerve impulse to an interneuron... -make up sensory nerve
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