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5.5 - Human Digestion Anatomy
Mouth (oral cavity)
Tongue
Esophagus
Liver
A
C
E
F
Mouth (oral cavity)
A
Tongue
C
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Human Anatomy- Ch. 5
functions of skin
epidermis
keratinocytes
thick skin
protection, body temperature regulation, excretion, productio…
superficial region; a keratinized stratified squamous epithel…
the most abundant epidermal cell, produce keratin, a tough fi…
covers the palms and soles; epidermis consists of five layers…
functions of skin
protection, body temperature regulation, excretion, productio…
epidermis
superficial region; a keratinized stratified squamous epithel…
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Human Anatomy Ch. 5
Function of Bones
Structural Support
Movement leverage
Protection
Structural Support, Movement leverage, Protection, Mineral st…
Provides hard framework for the attachment of soft tissues an…
Skeletal muscles use bones as levers to move body parts
Underlying organs
Function of Bones
Structural Support, Movement leverage, Protection, Mineral st…
Structural Support
Provides hard framework for the attachment of soft tissues an…
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Human Anatomy Chapter 2.5
Nucleus
Nuclear Envelope
Nuclear Pores
Nucleoli
1. Cellular regulation: Houses genetic material, which direct…
- Separates the cytoplasm form the nucleoplasm; phospholipid…
- Open passageways that penetrate fused regions of the double…
- Made up of RNA, enzymes and other proteins ... - Responsible f…
Nucleus
1. Cellular regulation: Houses genetic material, which direct…
Nuclear Envelope
- Separates the cytoplasm form the nucleoplasm; phospholipid…
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Human Anatomy Test #5
Fibula
Tibial Tuberosity
Femur
Tibia
-always lateral... -non-weight bearing bone... -serves as a source…
proximal, anterior, site for osgood shlauter
-longest bone in body... -built for weight bearing... -forces get d…
-weight bearing bone... -has direct connection with the knee joint
Fibula
-always lateral... -non-weight bearing bone... -serves as a source…
Tibial Tuberosity
proximal, anterior, site for osgood shlauter
Human Anatomy Test #5
Which cartilage of the larynx moves to…
What is the term for the small pockets…
What is the tube that moves sperm from…
Where in the kidney do you find the ne…
arytenoid cartilage
alveoli
urethra
renal cortex
Which cartilage of the larynx moves to…
arytenoid cartilage
What is the term for the small pockets…
alveoli
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Human Anatomy: Chapter 5 Vocabulary
Tissue
Epithelial Tissue
Nervous Tissue
Muscular Tissue
Cells organized into layers or groups
Function: cover or line organs... Examples: skin, stomach, mouth…
Function: send and receive chemical messages... Examples: brain,…
Function: movement through muscle contraction... Examples: bicep…
Tissue
Cells organized into layers or groups
Epithelial Tissue
Function: cover or line organs... Examples: skin, stomach, mouth…
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Human Anatomy Ch 5
Epithelial Tissue... Connective Tissue... Mu…
Covers organs and body surface/lines c…
Classified according to cell shape and…
one layer
List 4 primary/major tissue types
General Characteristics of Epithelial tissue
Epithelial tissue is classified/names by..
in regards to epithelial tissue categories:... Simple
Epithelial Tissue... Connective Tissue... Mu…
List 4 primary/major tissue types
Covers organs and body surface/lines c…
General Characteristics of Epithelial tissue
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Chapter 5-Human Anatomy
Tissue
Histology
intercalated discs
muscle fibers
groups of specialized cells and extracellular products
study of tissues
complex junction that interconnects cardiac muscle cells in t…
muscle cell
Tissue
groups of specialized cells and extracellular products
Histology
study of tissues
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Chapter 5: Human Anatomy
Tissues:
Histology:
Two types of tissues:
Tight Junctions:
similar cells with a common function are called tissues
The study of tissues
Epithelial and Connective
Close space between cells ... Located among cells that form lini…
Tissues:
similar cells with a common function are called tissues
Histology:
The study of tissues
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Human Anatomy: Quiz 5
Clavicle Sternal End
Acromion end of clavicle
Conoid Tubercle
Medial border of Scapula
Clavicle Sternal End
Acromion end of clavicle
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Human Anatomy 5 (2015)
Thyroid gland hormones
Adrenal gland hormones
Thyroid hormones (T3 & T4)
Calcitonin
Calcitonin (CT), Thyroid hormone (TH)
Cortex: Corticosteroids, Medulla: Epinephrine (E), Norepineph…
*Source: Follicular cells of thyroid gland... *Hormone target: M…
*Source: Parafollicular cells of thyroid gland... *Hormone targe…
Thyroid gland hormones
Calcitonin (CT), Thyroid hormone (TH)
Adrenal gland hormones
Cortex: Corticosteroids, Medulla: Epinephrine (E), Norepineph…
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Human Anatomy 4, 5
cranial bones (8)
facial bones (14)
facial bone phrase
coronal suture
frontal, sphenoid, 2 parietal, occipital, ethmoid, and 2 temp…
2 zygomatic, 2 maxillae, 2 palatine, 2 lacrimal, mandible, vo…
Zach may prefer letting me vanish next interterm
suture that separates frontal bones from parietal bones
cranial bones (8)
frontal, sphenoid, 2 parietal, occipital, ethmoid, and 2 temp…
facial bones (14)
2 zygomatic, 2 maxillae, 2 palatine, 2 lacrimal, mandible, vo…
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Human anatomy 5
Frontal bone
Coronal suture
parietal bone
squamous suture
Frontal bone
Coronal suture
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LSHS Human Anatomy Unit 5 Review 2016
smooth, cardiac, and skeletal
insertion
heart, striated, branch
origin
The 3 types of muscle.
The bone the muscle pulls on to move.
Cardiac muscle is found in the _____________. Cardiac muscle,…
The bone that doesn't move and the muscle is anchored to.
smooth, cardiac, and skeletal
The 3 types of muscle.
insertion
The bone the muscle pulls on to move.
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Human Anatomy Q5
Action potential
Axon
Axon Hillock
Axoplasm
an electrical signal that propagates along the membrane of a…
The usually single, long process of a nerve cell that propaga…
a specialized part of the cell body (or soma) of a neuron tha…
cytoplasm of an axon
Action potential
an electrical signal that propagates along the membrane of a…
Axon
The usually single, long process of a nerve cell that propaga…
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human anatomy 5 fibrous
collagen fibers cross gap between matr…
3 types of fibrous joints
limited to where skull bones join
where a tooth attaches to bony socket
fibrous
sutures, gomphoses, syndesmoses
sutures
gomphoses
collagen fibers cross gap between matr…
fibrous
3 types of fibrous joints
sutures, gomphoses, syndesmoses
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Human Anatomy Ch. 5
Thick Skin
Stratum lucidum
Eccrine gland
Apocrine gland
Stratum Corneum... Stratum Lucidum... Stratum Granulosum ... Stratum S…
only in thick skin
produce true sweat for temperature regulation
confined to axillary, anal and genital areas
Thick Skin
Stratum Corneum... Stratum Lucidum... Stratum Granulosum ... Stratum S…
Stratum lucidum
only in thick skin
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Human Anatomy Exam 5
Functions of the nervous system
Central nervous system
Peripheral nervous system
Afferent division
o Controls and adjust the activity of the body... Divided into:…
responsible for integrating, processing, and coordinating sen…
provides sensory information to the CNS and carries motor com…
brings sensory info to the CNS... • Somatic... • Visceral
Functions of the nervous system
o Controls and adjust the activity of the body... Divided into:…
Central nervous system
responsible for integrating, processing, and coordinating sen…
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Human Anatomy Vocab 5
Head
Neck
Clavicle
Tongue
Captis
Cervicis
Cleido
Glossus/glossal
Head
Captis
Neck
Cervicis
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Human Anatomy- Ch 1&5
List the organizational levels
Movement
Responsiveness
Growth
atom... molecule... macromolecule... organelle... cell... tissue... organ... organ…
change in position of the body or of a body part; motion of a…
Reaction to a change taking place inside or outisde of the body
Increase in body size w/o change in shape
List the organizational levels
atom... molecule... macromolecule... organelle... cell... tissue... organ... organ…
Movement
change in position of the body or of a body part; motion of a…
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Human Anatomy Unit 5
transportation, regulation, protection
hormones, nutrients, O2 and removes me…
homeostasis
tissues from infections and diseases
What are the three functions of blood
what does blood transport
what does blood regulate?
what does blood protect
transportation, regulation, protection
What are the three functions of blood
hormones, nutrients, O2 and removes me…
what does blood transport
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Human Anatomy - Ch. 5
Nutrients
Atoms
Dehydrated
Carbohydrates
The substances found in food and drink that your body needs t…
The smallest unit of a chemical.
When the blood doesn't have enough water.
The batteries that make your body go. Come from eating plants.
Nutrients
The substances found in food and drink that your body needs t…
Atoms
The smallest unit of a chemical.
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Human Anatomy 5
Homologous
Hormone
Hyaline
Hydroxyapatite
Alike in certain critical attributes
Chemical formed in one part of the body and carried by the bl…
Clear homogeneous substance; a type of cartilage
Natural mineral structure that the crystal lattice of bone an…
Homologous
Alike in certain critical attributes
Hormone
Chemical formed in one part of the body and carried by the bl…
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Human Anatomy week 5
Shoulder Muscles
Muscles moving the GH Joint
Deltoid Anterior fibres
Deltoid Middle fibres
Trapezius ... Supraspinatus ... Deltoid ... Infraspinatus ... Teres minor…
Deltoid... Teres Major... Supraspinatus... Infraspinatus... Subscapulari…
O- Anterior, lateral 1/3rd of the clavicle ... I- Deltoid tubero…
O- Lateral aspect of the acromion... I- Deltoid tuberosity of th…
Shoulder Muscles
Trapezius ... Supraspinatus ... Deltoid ... Infraspinatus ... Teres minor…
Muscles moving the GH Joint
Deltoid... Teres Major... Supraspinatus... Infraspinatus... Subscapulari…
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Human Anatomy #5
aneurysm/o
angi/o
aort/o
arteri/o
widening
vessel
aorta
artery
aneurysm/o
widening
angi/o
vessel
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Human Anatomy Exam #5
Nervous system
Sensory inout
Integration
Brain and spinal cord
The master controlling/communicating system of the body.
Gathered information is called
Processes and interprets sensory input and decides what shoul…
The central nervous system consists of
Nervous system
The master controlling/communicating system of the body.
Sensory inout
Gathered information is called
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Human Anatomy Quiz# 5
Nasalis
Orbicularis oculis
Orbicularis oris
Buccinator
O: Maxillary bone; alar cartilage of nose... I: Bridge of nose... A…
O: Medial aspect of bony orbit... I: Skin around eyelids... A: Clos…
O: Maxillary bone; mandible... I: Lips... A: Closes cheek while whi…
O: Maxillary bone; mandible... I: Blends with fibers of orbicula…
Nasalis
O: Maxillary bone; alar cartilage of nose... I: Bridge of nose... A…
Orbicularis oculis
O: Medial aspect of bony orbit... I: Skin around eyelids... A: Clos…
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Human Anatomy Lab 5
Male
Female
Male
Female
(Male/Female) More massive; rougher, heavier process.
(Male/Female) Less Massive; smoother, more delicate process.
(Male/Female) Upper end of pelvis relatively vertical.
(Male/Female) Upper end of pelvis tilted forward.
Male
(Male/Female) More massive; rougher, heavier process.
Female
(Male/Female) Less Massive; smoother, more delicate process.
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Human Anatomy 5/3
Digestive System
Processes of digestion
Drawing
Alimentary canal
Begins at the oral cavity, oral pharynx, laryngal, espogus, s…
1) Ingestion... 2) mechanical digestion: in mouth-chewing, we us…
alimentary canal
4 layers:... 1) mucosa: epithelium... 2) sub muscosa: arteries, ner…
Digestive System
Begins at the oral cavity, oral pharynx, laryngal, espogus, s…
Processes of digestion
1) Ingestion... 2) mechanical digestion: in mouth-chewing, we us…
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Human Anatomy Lab #5
Metacentric
Subterminal
Acrocentric
Genotype
The centromere is located in the middle of the chromosome... (1,…
The centromere is located between the middle and the end of t…
The centromere is located very close to one end of the chromo…
Genetic Constitution of an organism, (AA, Aa, aa)
Metacentric
The centromere is located in the middle of the chromosome... (1,…
Subterminal
The centromere is located between the middle and the end of t…
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Human Anatomy Ch. 5
4 types of tissue in the body
Fibrous connective tissue or solid gro…
Supportive connective tissue or semi-s…
Fluid connective tissue or fluid groun…
epithelial, connective, muscular, and nervous
connects things
supports things
transports things
4 types of tissue in the body
epithelial, connective, muscular, and nervous
Fibrous connective tissue or solid gro…
connects things
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Human Anatomy Test #5
Which cartilage of the larynx moves to…
What is the term for the small pockets…
What is the tube that moves sperm from…
Where in the kidney do you find the ne…
arytenoid cartilage
alveoli
urethra
renal cortex
Which cartilage of the larynx moves to…
arytenoid cartilage
What is the term for the small pockets…
alveoli
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Human Anatomy Lecture 5
Tendons, ligaments, bursa
Tendon
Ligament
Bursa
What three structures are associated with synovial joints?
attaches MUSCLE TO BONE. Most important structures in stabili…
similar tissue that attaches BONE TO BONE.
a fibrous sac filled with synovial fluid. This cushions muscl…
Tendons, ligaments, bursa
What three structures are associated with synovial joints?
Tendon
attaches MUSCLE TO BONE. Most important structures in stabili…
14 terms
Human Anatomy Prefixes 5
Caput
Cardio
Cardi
Carcin
Head
Heart
Heart
Cancer
Caput
Head
Cardio
Heart
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Human Anatomy Test #5
Fibula
Tibial Tuberosity
Femur
Tibia
-always lateral... -non-weight bearing bone... -serves as a source…
proximal, anterior, site for osgood shlauter
-longest bone in body... -built for weight bearing... -forces get d…
-weight bearing bone... -has direct connection with the knee joint
Fibula
-always lateral... -non-weight bearing bone... -serves as a source…
Tibial Tuberosity
proximal, anterior, site for osgood shlauter
56 terms
Human Anatomy Unit 5
Functions of Urinary system
Excretion
Ion balance
Urinary system vessels
-Filters the blood ... -It removes unneeded materials and retain…
-Removal of the tabloid wastes ... -Urea
-Sodium and potassium ... -Calcium... -Iron
Renal arteries and veins
Functions of Urinary system
-Filters the blood ... -It removes unneeded materials and retain…
Excretion
-Removal of the tabloid wastes ... -Urea
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Human anatomy week 5
Endomysium
Fascilce
Muscle fibers
Epimysium
Connective tissue, wrapping for fascicle 3rd
At least 10 muscle fibers groiped together
Individual fibers inside a fascicle
Wrapping the entire muscle 1st
Endomysium
Connective tissue, wrapping for fascicle 3rd
Fascilce
At least 10 muscle fibers groiped together
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Human Anatomy Prefixes 5
-grade
-gram
-graphy, -graph
grav-
division
writing, record
writing, record
heavy
-grade
division
-gram
writing, record
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Human Anatomy Test #5
Which cartilage of the larynx moves to…
What is the term for the small pockets…
What is the tube that moves sperm from…
Where in the kidney do you find the ne…
arytenoid cartilage
alveoli
urethra
renal cortex
Which cartilage of the larynx moves to…
arytenoid cartilage
What is the term for the small pockets…
alveoli
60 terms
Human Anatomy Test #5
Which cartilage of the larynx moves to…
What is the term for the small pockets…
What is the tube that moves sperm from…
Where in the kidney do you find the ne…
arytenoid cartilage
alveoli
urethra
renal cortex
Which cartilage of the larynx moves to…
arytenoid cartilage
What is the term for the small pockets…
alveoli
81 terms
BIO5: HUMAN ANATOMY REVIEW
Homologous
Analogous
Levels of Organization
Homeostasis
same structure, different function
same function, different structure
chemical: atoms, molecules are initial structures coming toge…
maintenance of a stable internal enviroment
Homologous
same structure, different function
Analogous
same function, different structure
221 terms
Human Anatomy 1-5
Integumentary System principle organs
functions of integumentary system
skeletal system organs
skeletal system functions
skin, hair, nails, cutaneous glands
protection, water retention, thermoregulation, vitamins D syn…
bones cartilages ligaments
support... movement... protective enclosure of viscera... blood format…
Integumentary System principle organs
skin, hair, nails, cutaneous glands
functions of integumentary system
protection, water retention, thermoregulation, vitamins D syn…
55 terms
Human Anatomy Ch5
Osseous tissue
Osteocytes
Osteoblasts
Osteogenic cells
Dominated by bone connective tissue; contains blood, dense co…
Monitor/maintain protein and mineral content of bone matrix.…
Actively produce and secrete organic portion of bone matrix o…
Stem cells that differentiate into osteoblasts for healing; r…
Osseous tissue
Dominated by bone connective tissue; contains blood, dense co…
Osteocytes
Monitor/maintain protein and mineral content of bone matrix.…
Chapter 5 Human Anatomy
Tissues
Histology
The Four major tissue types
Tight Junction
Similar Cells with a common function.
The study of cells
-epithelial tissue... -connective ... muscle... nervous
-Close space between cells... -located among cells that form lin…
Tissues
Similar Cells with a common function.
Histology
The study of cells
49 terms
Human Anatomy Chapter 5
integument
keratinocytes
melanocytes
insensible perspiration
Consists of the skin, mucous membranes, hair, and nail, large…
Cells made of Keratin, comprise of 95% of the Epidermis; move…
epidermal cells that synthesize the pigment melanin, which pr…
perspiration that evaporates about as fast as it is produced
integument
Consists of the skin, mucous membranes, hair, and nail, large…
keratinocytes
Cells made of Keratin, comprise of 95% of the Epidermis; move…
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Human Anatomy Chapter 5
Epidermis
Stratum Corneum ( outermost layer )
Stratum Lucidum ( bright and clear )
Stratum Granulosum ( 2 or 4 cells thic…
Outer layer of the skin, stratified squamous epithelium, is a…
Flat and relatively thick, this layer is made up of dead cell…
-Flat and translucent layers of dead cells that contain the p…
-The cells contain granules of keratohyaline... The process of k…
Epidermis
Outer layer of the skin, stratified squamous epithelium, is a…
Stratum Corneum ( outermost layer )
Flat and relatively thick, this layer is made up of dead cell…
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Human anatomy Lab 5
Occipitofrontalis frontal belly (facia…
Occipitofrontalis occipital belly (fac…
Epicranial aponeurosis (facial express…
Orbicularis oculi (facial expression)
Occipitofrontalis frontal belly (facia…
Occipitofrontalis occipital belly (fac…
36 terms
Human Anatomy Ch. 5 &6
Osteology
What are the functions of osteology?
Define diaphysis
Define epiphysis
The study of bone structure & the treatment of bone disorders
support, protection, assist in movement, mineral storage & re…
shaft of the bone
extremities of the bone
Osteology
The study of bone structure & the treatment of bone disorders
What are the functions of osteology?
support, protection, assist in movement, mineral storage & re…
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HUMAN ANATOMY LECTURE 5
Protection
Heat Regulation
Sensation
Epidermis
keeps pathogens and chemicals out of systemic circuit
control heat loss through sweat glands
contains merkel cells that are sensitive to touch
• Avascular - lacks blood vessels... • Stratified squamous epith…
Protection
keeps pathogens and chemicals out of systemic circuit
Heat Regulation
control heat loss through sweat glands
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