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28 terms
A/p
Ribosomes
Epithelial
Simple epithelial
Stratified
Cytoplasmic organelles at which proteins are synthesized.
- covers the surfaces of the bod
Single layer of cells
Is conmposed of several layers
Ribosomes
Cytoplasmic organelles at which proteins are synthesized.
Epithelial
- covers the surfaces of the bod
38 terms
A&P
Neuron
Axon
Afferent
Efferent
A nerve cell; the basic building block of the nervous system.
A threadlike extension of a neuron that carries nerve impulse…
Carrying inward to a central organ or section, as nerves that…
Also known as motor neurons... Carrying away or away from, espec…
Neuron
A nerve cell; the basic building block of the nervous system.
Axon
A threadlike extension of a neuron that carries nerve impulse…
50 terms
A&P
A band
Acrosome
ACTH
Actin
The band of the sarcomere that extends the full length of the…
A vesicle at the tip of a sperm cell that helps the sperm pen…
stimulates adrenal cortex... increases secrection of adrenal cor…
A globular protein that links into chains, two of which twist…
A band
The band of the sarcomere that extends the full length of the…
Acrosome
A vesicle at the tip of a sperm cell that helps the sperm pen…
55 terms
A & P- Unit 2
Organic compound
Inorganic compound
Biotic
Abiotic
Contains both the element Carbon and Hydrogen.
May contain either carbon or hydrogen, or may neither have bo…
Living things
Non living things
Organic compound
Contains both the element Carbon and Hydrogen.
Inorganic compound
May contain either carbon or hydrogen, or may neither have bo…
60 terms
A & P- Unit 3
Organic molecules
Carbohydrates
Starch
Glucose
Made of carbon atoms and include 4 categories: Carbohydrates,…
Organic molecules occurring in sugars, starch, and cellulose.
A large carbohydrate molecule.
The monomer of starch aka simple sugar.
Organic molecules
Made of carbon atoms and include 4 categories: Carbohydrates,…
Carbohydrates
Organic molecules occurring in sugars, starch, and cellulose.
26 terms
A&P
A & P
Simple squamous
Simple cuboidal
Simple ciliated columnar
...
A & P
...
Simple squamous
10 terms
P.A.P.A.
Presumed Father
Legal Father
Biological Father
Acknowledgment of Paternity (AOP)
Man married to the mother
Signed AOP, Court Determined or Adoption
Sperm/DNA donor
Legal document the unmarried father and mother sign to establ…
Presumed Father
Man married to the mother
Legal Father
Signed AOP, Court Determined or Adoption
132 terms
A&P Chapter 1
abdominal
abdominal
abdominopelvic cavity
abdominopelvic cavity
A region of the body located inferior to the diaphragm & supe…
Inferior part of the anterior or ventral body cavity.
abdominal
A region of the body located inferior to the diaphragm & supe…
abdominal
88 terms
A&P
muscle tissue: skeletal
muscle tissue: cardiac
muscle tissue: smooth
two proteins that are the striation of…
packed together ... voluntary movement/ locomotion... attached to b…
-dense connective tissue between stripes... - propels blood into…
-spindle shaped (small big small)... -controls & contracts... -in w…
-actin... -myosin
muscle tissue: skeletal
packed together ... voluntary movement/ locomotion... attached to b…
muscle tissue: cardiac
-dense connective tissue between stripes... - propels blood into…
10 terms
A&P: Body Cavities
Dorsal Cavity
Ventral Cavity
Cranial Cavity
Vertebral Cavity
Dorsal Cavity
Ventral Cavity
60 terms
A&P Chapter 9
Excitability
Contractility
Extensibility
Elasticity
The ability to receive and respond to stimuli
The ability to shorten forcibly when stimulated
The ability to extend beyond resting length
The ability to recoil and resume resting length
Excitability
The ability to receive and respond to stimuli
Contractility
The ability to shorten forcibly when stimulated
27 terms
a&p skeletal system
sagittal suture
sphenoid bone
lacrimal bone
coronal suture
non moveable joint
cranial bone (1)
facial bone (2)
non moveable joint
sagittal suture
non moveable joint
sphenoid bone
cranial bone (1)
42 terms
A and P
Acromion Process
Coracoid process
glenoid fossa
spine
Acromion Process
Coracoid process
10 terms
a & p
cranial cavity
vertebral cavity
thoracic cavity
pelvic cavity
cranial cavity
vertebral cavity
51 terms
A&P: Bones (images)
ear bones
facial bones
Mandible
Maxilla
Includes: Incus, Malleus, & Stapes
Includes: Nasal Bones, Maxillary Bones, Zygomatic Bones, Mand…
Jaw bone
Upper jaw bones (2)
ear bones
Includes: Incus, Malleus, & Stapes
facial bones
Includes: Nasal Bones, Maxillary Bones, Zygomatic Bones, Mand…
66 terms
A&P Skeletal System
Bones and structures appended to the a…
Appendicular
Articular Cartilage
Bones that form bony structures along…
What is Appendicular skeleton?
The ___________ skeleton includes all the bones that form the…
This is a smooth, white tissue that covers the ends of bones…
What is Axial skeleton?
Bones and structures appended to the a…
What is Appendicular skeleton?
Appendicular
The ___________ skeleton includes all the bones that form the…
17 terms
Pectoral Girdle A&P
Clavicle
Acromial end
Sternal end
Conoid tubercle
Clavicle
Acromial end
16 terms
A & P Bones Lab
Radius
Fibula
Mandible
Scapula
Whole Bone
Whole Bone
Whole Bone
Whole Bone
Radius
Whole Bone
Fibula
Whole Bone
18 terms
P.A.P.A Vocabulary
Paternity
Biological father
Alleged father
Presumed father
State of being a father, fatherhood
Man whose sperm caused the baby to be conceived
Man who is charged with, pointed to, or claimed to be the fat…
Man who is married to the mother at the time of the birth of…
Paternity
State of being a father, fatherhood
Biological father
Man whose sperm caused the baby to be conceived
A & P
Biceps
Triceps
Hamstrings
Trapezius
Biceps
Triceps
30 terms
A&P
cheeks
lips
hard palate
Soft palate
form the wall of the oval-shaped oral cavity
surrounding the opening to the oral cavity
forms the anterior portion of the roof of the mouth
lies posterior to hard palate
cheeks
form the wall of the oval-shaped oral cavity
lips
surrounding the opening to the oral cavity
49 terms
A+P
When is a cell in its polarized state?
Polarized
Depolarized
Repolarized
when the cell is exhibiting resting membrane potential
resting
taking cells out of polarized state
cell goes back in to a polarized state
When is a cell in its polarized state?
when the cell is exhibiting resting membrane potential
Polarized
resting
28 terms
A.P. Skeletal System
Ossification
Compact bone
Spongy bone
Fontanells
Formation of bone
Hard, dense bone tissue
Located inside compact bones at widened ends of long bones, h…
Areas of the infants skull that are not yet fused, usually di…
Ossification
Formation of bone
Compact bone
Hard, dense bone tissue
7 terms
P.P.A.P
I have a pen1
I have a apple
I have a pen2
I have Pineapple
UUH! Apple Pen!
UHH! Pinapple Pen!
I have a pen1
I have a apple
UUH! Apple Pen!
18 terms
A+P
Simple squamous
Simple cuboidal
Simple columnar
Pseudostratified ciliated columnar
Found In lungs
Found in glands and their ducts
Found lining the digestive tract
Found lining respiratory tracts
Simple squamous
Found In lungs
Simple cuboidal
Found in glands and their ducts
18 terms
A&P Tissue Slides
hyaline cartilage
stratified squamous epithelium
compact bone
skeletal muscle
hyaline cartilage
stratified squamous epithelium
33 terms
A&P
Basic structure of hair cell
Basic function of hair cell
Four uses of hair cells
Lateral lines
Large cilium called kinocilium protrudes from top and is loca…
Step 1: Bends in response to stimulus; when bent to right (to…
Lateral lines, inner hair cells, outer hair cells, utricle an…
Found in fish; made up of hair cells that detect water flow a…
Basic structure of hair cell
Large cilium called kinocilium protrudes from top and is loca…
Basic function of hair cell
Step 1: Bends in response to stimulus; when bent to right (to…
A&P
Adipose
Areolar
Axon
Axon terminals
Adipose
Areolar
53 terms
A&P
rods
cones
Pathway of light
Fibrous layer= sclera and cornea
dim light, peripheral vision, light sensitive, not as sharp
bright light, high acuity, colour vision
1-cornea (bends... 2-aqueous humour... 3- lens refraction... 4-vireous…
sclera= white and tough... cornea= transparent
rods
dim light, peripheral vision, light sensitive, not as sharp
cones
bright light, high acuity, colour vision
13 terms
A&P
anatomical position
supine position
prone position
frontal (coronal) plane
To stand erect with arms at the sides and palms of the hands…
lying on back, facing upward
lying face down
runs vertically from right to left and divides the body into…
anatomical position
To stand erect with arms at the sides and palms of the hands…
supine position
lying on back, facing upward
78 terms
A&P
Abduct
Actin
Action potential
Adduct
to move away from the midline of the body
a contractile protein of muscle
the change in electrical potential of a muscle fiber when sti…
to move towards the midline
Abduct
to move away from the midline of the body
Actin
a contractile protein of muscle
28 terms
A&P
Ribosomes
Epithelial
Simple epithelial
Stratified
Cytoplasmic organelles at which proteins are synthesized.
- covers the surfaces of the bod
Single layer of cells
Is conmposed of several layers
Ribosomes
Cytoplasmic organelles at which proteins are synthesized.
Epithelial
- covers the surfaces of the bod
A&P
acetabulum
CARPALS
CLAVICAL
FEMUR
hip joint
wrist bones
collar bone
thigh bone
acetabulum
hip joint
CARPALS
wrist bones
340 terms
A&P
mouth closed
transverse
distal
superficial
Which of the following in NOT an essential part of anatomical…
A ring-shaped section of the small intestine would be a _____…
The tarsal region is _____ to the popliteal region
The greater omentum is _____ to the small intestine.
mouth closed
Which of the following in NOT an essential part of anatomical…
transverse
A ring-shaped section of the small intestine would be a _____…
58 terms
A&P
nasal conchae
palate
uvula
nasopharynx
nasal conchae
palate
54 terms
A&P
conus medullaris
cauda equina
sympathetic trunk ganglia
intercostal nerves
conus medullaris
cauda equina
465 terms
A&P
Feeling for swollen lymph nodes is an…
We can see through bones with magnetic…
Histology is the study of structures t…
Cells were first named by microscopist…
False
True
False
True
Feeling for swollen lymph nodes is an…
False
We can see through bones with magnetic…
True
61 terms
A&P
Hydrophobic
Hydrophilic
ventral
dorsal
Repels water
Forms bond with water
toward the front or belly
toward the back or spine
Hydrophobic
Repels water
Hydrophilic
Forms bond with water
178 terms
A&P
flat bones
irregular bones
short bones
long bones
skull, scapula, ribs
vertebrae, facial, pelvic
carpals, tarsals
phalanges, humerus, tibia
flat bones
skull, scapula, ribs
irregular bones
vertebrae, facial, pelvic
61 terms
A&P
Anterior
Posterior
Superior
Inferior
Toward the front
Toward the back
Toward the head
Towards the tail
Anterior
Toward the front
Posterior
Toward the back
33 terms
P.A.P.A.
Texas Attorney General
noncustodial parent
biological parent
caregiver
The agency responsible for enforcing laws that require both a…
Can be mother or father who does not have custody of child.
provides either the sperm or the egg to make a child
takes care of the child, helps provide the child's basic need…
Texas Attorney General
The agency responsible for enforcing laws that require both a…
noncustodial parent
Can be mother or father who does not have custody of child.
27 terms
a and p
axial skeleton
appendicular skeleton
calvarium
base of the skull
includes the skull, vertebral column, and rib cage
includes pectoral and pelvic girdles, and upper and lower lim…
the roof and walls of the cranium, It includes the 6 flat bon…
is divided into three fosse anterior, middle, and posterior
axial skeleton
includes the skull, vertebral column, and rib cage
appendicular skeleton
includes pectoral and pelvic girdles, and upper and lower lim…
50 terms
A&P Chapter 14
Ampulla
Aqueous humor
Basilar membrane
Cerebral peduncles
in the ear, the structure at the base of a semicircular canal…
watery fluid that fills the anterior chamber containing the c…
in the ear, the floor of the cochlear duct on which the organ…
segments of the descending motor pathway that make up the whi…
Ampulla
in the ear, the structure at the base of a semicircular canal…
Aqueous humor
watery fluid that fills the anterior chamber containing the c…
11 terms
Muscles of Thigh A&P
Name: Biceps Femoris... Action: Flexes leg
Name: Semitendinous... Action: Flexes leg
Name: Semimembranosus... Action: Flexes…
Name: Sartorius... Action: Flexes femur…
Name: Biceps Femoris... Action: Flexes leg
Name: Semitendinous... Action: Flexes leg
17 terms
A and P
Simple Squamous
Simple Cuboidal
Simple Columnar
Pseudostratified
Lungs, protection
Kidney, protection
Stomnic and intestines lining smooth
Trachea, all touch bone or muscle
Simple Squamous
Lungs, protection
Simple Cuboidal
Kidney, protection
31 terms
A & P
Lateral
superior
inferior
medial
away from the midline of the body
refers to the head or upper body regions
(caudal) pertaining to a position near the tail end of the lo…
toward the midline of the body
Lateral
away from the midline of the body
superior
refers to the head or upper body regions
45 terms
A & P -Unit 1
Graduated cylinder
Meter stick
Microscope
Glass slide
Measures the liquid volume.
Measures length.
Use to magnify specimens under Low power or High Power object…
Holds the specimen under the microscope.
Graduated cylinder
Measures the liquid volume.
Meter stick
Measures length.
90 terms
A&P chapter 8
compromise between bones
3 anatomical organization groups of jo…
synovial joint
how are joints classified?
need for strength and need for mobility
1. fibrous ... 2. cartilaginous ... 3. synovial
freely moveable ... bone ends are covered with articular cartila…
by structure, material binding bones together, shape and func…
compromise between bones
need for strength and need for mobility
3 anatomical organization groups of jo…
1. fibrous ... 2. cartilaginous ... 3. synovial
99 terms
A&P chapter 7
where is cartilage found?
ligament functions
axial skeleton supports
axial skeleton protects
where bone meets bone
connect bones to bones, reinforce joints
head, neck, trunk
brain, spinal cord, organs in thorax
where is cartilage found?
where bone meets bone
ligament functions
connect bones to bones, reinforce joints
20 terms
A&P
anatomy is the study of
physiology is the study of
what is the relationship between anato…
a person in anatomical position is sta…
structure
function
all specific functions are preformed by specific structures
arms hanging to the side with palms of hands facing forward a…
anatomy is the study of
structure
physiology is the study of
function
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