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204 terms
a & p practical 1
axial
appendicular
abdominal
acromial
head and trunk
limbs
belly
shoulder
axial
head and trunk
appendicular
limbs
156 terms
A and P 1 test 1
human anatomy
ANATOMY
gross anatomy
physiology
human body structures
structure
large structures
body functions
human anatomy
human body structures
ANATOMY
structure
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
25 terms
A & P Chapter 1
Physiology
Homeostasis
Microscopic Anatomy
Macroscopic Anatomy
Study of function... Based on organ system
Presence of a stable environment inside the body
Very small structures (require Magnification)
Large structures (visible to unaided eye)
Physiology
Study of function... Based on organ system
Homeostasis
Presence of a stable environment inside the body
74 terms
A&P1 - Cat Muscles
Clavotrapezius
Clavotrapezius
Clavotrapezius
Supraspinatus
Clavotrapezius
Clavotrapezius
112 terms
A&P Practical 1
Sagittal plane
Midsagittal Plane
Frontal Plane
Transverse Plane
separate left and right portions
equal portions left and right
Sagittal plane
separate left and right portions
Midsagittal Plane
equal portions left and right
41 terms
A&P 1 Chapter 1- Part 3
Anatomical position
Directional terms
Axial part
Appendicular part
Standard body position with the body facing forward, feet are…
what explain where one body structure is in relation to another
includes the head, neck, and trunk
consists of the appendages, or limbs, which are attached to t…
Anatomical position
Standard body position with the body facing forward, feet are…
Directional terms
what explain where one body structure is in relation to another
42 terms
Metabolism A&P 1
catabolism --> glucose
break it down into glucose (catabolism)
(after catabolism to glucose) glucose…
Glycolysis --> CA Cycle --> ETC --> ATP
direct utilization of carbohydrate metabolism
What is the first thing you do with carbohydrate in carbohydr…
What do you do with glucose in carbohydrate metabolism? (Big…
What is the route of glucose in carbohydrate metabolism (over…
catabolism --> glucose
direct utilization of carbohydrate metabolism
break it down into glucose (catabolism)
What is the first thing you do with carbohydrate in carbohydr…
96 terms
A&P 1
female
male
abdominopelvic
anatomical postion
female
male
largest body cavity inferior to diaphragm
body is perfectly straight( except feet) palms anterior
female
female
male
male
44 terms
A&P1 Muscles
epicranius
obicularis oculi
obicularis oris
zygomaticus
4,9
10
13
14
epicranius
4,9
obicularis oculi
10
64 terms
A&P 1: Tissues
What are the 8 Epithelial Tissues?
Simple Squamous Epithelium
Simple Cuboidal Epithelium
Simple Columnar Epithelium
Simple Squamous ... Simple Cuboidal ... Simple Columnar ... Stratified…
Description: Composed of a single layer of oval, flattened ce…
Description: Consists of a single layer of cube-shaped cells…
Description: Consists of a row of elongated cells whose nucle…
What are the 8 Epithelial Tissues?
Simple Squamous ... Simple Cuboidal ... Simple Columnar ... Stratified…
Simple Squamous Epithelium
Description: Composed of a single layer of oval, flattened ce…
207 terms
A&P Ch. 1
Anatomy
Gross anatomy
Homeostasis
Microscopic anatomy
Science that studies the form and composition of the body's s…
Study of the larger structures of the body, typically with th…
Steady state of body systems that living organisms maintain
Study of the very small structures of the body using magnific…
Anatomy
Science that studies the form and composition of the body's s…
Gross anatomy
Study of the larger structures of the body, typically with th…
68 terms
A&P 1 lab exercise 1
Inferior
Superior
anterior
posterior
away from the head; used for structures in the trunk generally
toward the head; higher in location
more to the front (ventral -belly)
more to the rear (dorsal-back)
Inferior
away from the head; used for structures in the trunk generally
Superior
toward the head; higher in location
234 terms
A&P 1 Bones
supraorbital foramen
foramen
frontal bone
frontal sinus
hole for passage of blood vessels, nerves or ligaments
forms the forehead, roofs of the orbits, and most of the ante…
supraorbital foramen
foramen
hole for passage of blood vessels, nerves or ligaments
146 terms
Practicals: A & P 1
• stand erect... • feet parallel... • palms…
Define... • move towards origin or attach…
• Sagittal
Describe... • divides body front to back…
State the anatomical position.
Define proximal/give example
Which plane divides body right to left unequally?
Describe frontal plane/what is another name for it?
• stand erect... • feet parallel... • palms…
State the anatomical position.
Define... • move towards origin or attach…
Define proximal/give example
65 terms
A & P 1 Unit 02 Vocabulary Cells
Cytoplasm
Active Transport
Amino Acid
Benign
Everything within the cell except the nucleus
the movement of ions or molecules across a cellular membrane…
a type of molecule that is the subunit of all proteins
usually refers to cancer that does not spread and is usually…
Cytoplasm
Everything within the cell except the nucleus
Active Transport
the movement of ions or molecules across a cellular membrane…
207 terms
A&P Ch. 1
Anatomy
Gross anatomy
Homeostasis
Microscopic anatomy
Science that studies the form and composition of the body's s…
Study of the larger structures of the body, typically with th…
Steady state of body systems that living organisms maintain
Study of the very small structures of the body using magnific…
Anatomy
Science that studies the form and composition of the body's s…
Gross anatomy
Study of the larger structures of the body, typically with th…
18 terms
A & P 1 Tissues
Adipose Tissue
Areolar tissue
Blood tissue
Bone tissue
Adipose Tissue
Areolar tissue
44 terms
Histology A&P 1
Simple Squamous Epithelium
Simple Cuboidal Epithelium
Simple Cubical Epithelium
Reticular Tissue
100x
100x
400x
100x
Simple Squamous Epithelium
100x
Simple Cuboidal Epithelium
100x
77 terms
A&P 1 - Histology
Epithelial
Connective Tissue
Muscle Tissue
Neural Tissue
Tissue that covers the inside or outside of the body.... Lines e…
Tissue that fills spaces, stores/transports, provides structu…
Contracts or Shortens with force and is responsible for movem…
Conduct electrical signals called action potentials
Epithelial
Tissue that covers the inside or outside of the body.... Lines e…
Connective Tissue
Tissue that fills spaces, stores/transports, provides structu…
20 terms
2016 A&P 1
anatomy
physiology
atom
molecule
branch of science dealing with the form and structure of body…
the study of body functions
smallest particle of an element that has the properties of th…
particle composed of two or more joined atoms
anatomy
branch of science dealing with the form and structure of body…
physiology
the study of body functions
48 terms
A&P Ch 1
Biology
Anatomy
Physiology
Gross Anatomy
study of all forms of life
studies the shape and structure of an organism's body and rel…
studies the function of each body part
study of large and easily observable structures
Biology
study of all forms of life
Anatomy
studies the shape and structure of an organism's body and rel…
328 terms
A&P Test #1
literal meaning of Anatomy
popular meaning of Anatomy
literal meaning of Physiology
popular meaning of Physiology
to cut apart
the study of structure, their arrangement and their relations…
the study of work
the science of body functions; that is, how the structures of…
literal meaning of Anatomy
to cut apart
popular meaning of Anatomy
the study of structure, their arrangement and their relations…
39 terms
A&P class 1
abdominal cavity
Pericardial cavity
Pleural Cavity
Medistinum Cavity
contains digestive, kidneys, and uterus
fluid filled space around the heart
fluid filled space around the lungs
median compartment of thoracic cavity
abdominal cavity
contains digestive, kidneys, and uterus
Pericardial cavity
fluid filled space around the heart
43 terms
muscles for a&p1
frontalis
occiptalis
orbicularis oris
orbicularis oculi
move eyebrows and wrinkle skin over the forhead
move or draw the scal backwar (over the occiptal bone)
close lips, shapes during speach, moves the lips
close eyes also the blinking action
frontalis
move eyebrows and wrinkle skin over the forhead
occiptalis
move or draw the scal backwar (over the occiptal bone)
80 terms
Apologia A&P Module 1
anatomy
physiology
developmental anatomy
embryology
the study of the structure of the body and its parts
the study of how the body parts function and work together
the study of the changes that begin in the human body at conc…
the study of the first eight weeks following conception
anatomy
the study of the structure of the body and its parts
physiology
the study of how the body parts function and work together
70 terms
A and P 1 Skull
frontal bone
coronal suture
parietal bone
squamous suture
What is A?
What is B?
What is C?
What is D?
frontal bone
What is A?
coronal suture
What is B?
8 terms
A&P 1: Chapter 1
Anatomy
Physiology
Chemical, Cellular, Tissue, Organ, Org…
Boundaries, movement, responsiveness,…
The study of body structures and their relationships.
The science of how body parts function.
Structural organization of the body.
Necessary Life Functions
Anatomy
The study of body structures and their relationships.
Physiology
The science of how body parts function.
82 terms
1 A & P Reading
Human Anatomy and Physiology
homeostasis
ALL living things have the same basic…
respond
considers how the human body performs the functions that keep…
a relatively constant internal environment
respond, adaptability, grow, develop, reproduce, and movement…
living things ... to changes in their immediate environment-…
Human Anatomy and Physiology
considers how the human body performs the functions that keep…
homeostasis
a relatively constant internal environment
185 terms
Final A&P 1
nervous system divided into two main c…
interneurons
CNS
Sensory nerves are:
CNS/PNS
relay neuron
brain and spinal cord... nerves themselves, blood supply,... connec…
afferent
nervous system divided into two main c…
CNS/PNS
interneurons
relay neuron
89 terms
A&P Chapter 1
Anatomy
Physiology
Frontal (Coronal) Plane
Sagittal Plane
Study of Body Structure
Study of Body Function
Divides body into front & back
Divides body into left and right
Anatomy
Study of Body Structure
Physiology
Study of Body Function
70 terms
A&P EXAM 1
Prone Position
Cutting of the nose would be in what p…
What plane divides the body into RIGHT…
What is the smallest of these 4 things…
Facedown
Frontal plane (coronal plane)
Sagittal plane
Proton
Prone Position
Facedown
Cutting of the nose would be in what p…
Frontal plane (coronal plane)
33 terms
A&P 1 lab exercise 3
eyepiece (ocular)
arm
base
nosepiece
eyepiece (ocular)
arm
48 terms
Mastering A and P 1
superficial
B
sagittal
false
which directional term is used to describe the relationship o…
Which of the following statements is correct?... A.the chin is c…
what is a vertical section through the body, dividing it into…
T or F; the knee is proximal to the thigh
superficial
which directional term is used to describe the relationship o…
B
Which of the following statements is correct?... A.the chin is c…
33 terms
A & P 1 Unit 03 Tissues Practical
Simple Columnar Epithelium
Stratified Cuboidal Epithelium
Reticular Connective
Dense Regular Connective
Simple Columnar Epithelium
Stratified Cuboidal Epithelium
80 terms
A&P chapter 1
Anatomy
Physiology
Regional Anatomy
Systemic Anatomy
The study of the structures of the body
The study of the functions of the body
The study of a specific area of the body
The study of a specific system of the body
Anatomy
The study of the structures of the body
Physiology
The study of the functions of the body
40 terms
A&P 1 lab exercise 4
Brownian motion
diffusion
osmosis
dialysis
The random movement of microscopic particles suspended in a l…
There is a direct relationship between heat and rate of molec…
Osmosis is the spontaneous net movement of solvent molecules…
the separation of particles in a liquid on the basis of diffe…
Brownian motion
The random movement of microscopic particles suspended in a l…
diffusion
There is a direct relationship between heat and rate of molec…
94 terms
Exam 1 A&P 1
Levels of organization
Chemical Level
Cellular Level
Tissue Level
Chemical... Cellular... Tissue... Organ... Organ System... Organism
Atoms combine to form molecules, function depends on 3D shape…
Smallest living unit in body, function depends on organelles
Group of cells working together for a specific function
Levels of organization
Chemical... Cellular... Tissue... Organ... Organ System... Organism
Chemical Level
Atoms combine to form molecules, function depends on 3D shape…
69 terms
Test 1 A&P
b. Physiology
a. tissue
a. metabolism
c) interstitial fluid
This is the study of the functions of the body structures... a.…
this is defined as a group of cells that work together to per…
this is the sum of all chemical processes that occur in the b…
The composition of this body fluid, which fills the narrow sp…
b. Physiology
This is the study of the functions of the body structures... a.…
a. tissue
this is defined as a group of cells that work together to per…
42 terms
A&P Chapter 1
anatomical position
Science
Human anatomy
Human physiology
standard position in which an anatomical specimen is present,…
method of observing and measuring natural phenomenon in order…
study of structure or form of human body
study of body's functions
anatomical position
standard position in which an anatomical specimen is present,…
Science
method of observing and measuring natural phenomenon in order…
368 terms
A & P Sem 1 Lab Exam 1
chemical... cellular... tissue... organ... system…
atomic... molecular
cephalic
cranial
what are the seven levels of organization
what are the two levels of chemical organization?
head
skull
chemical... cellular... tissue... organ... system…
what are the seven levels of organization
atomic... molecular
what are the two levels of chemical organization?
61 terms
A & P 1 Unit 03 Vocabulary Tissues
Adipose Tissue
Apocrine Gland
Areolar Tissue
Basement Membrane
loose connective tissue specialized for storage of fat. It pr…
An exocrine gland that secretes bits of the cell in the form…
loose connective tissue that binds different tissue types tog…
a thin sheet of fibers that lines epithelium. It sticks the e…
Adipose Tissue
loose connective tissue specialized for storage of fat. It pr…
Apocrine Gland
An exocrine gland that secretes bits of the cell in the form…
59 terms
A&P 1 - Introduction
What is the hierarchy of organization…
smallest particles formed from the nat…
the smallest fundamental unit of life…
a group of cells that share common cha…
Chemical > Cell > Tissue > Organ > System > Organism
Chemical level
Cellular level
Tissue level
What is the hierarchy of organization…
Chemical > Cell > Tissue > Organ > System > Organism
smallest particles formed from the nat…
Chemical level
117 terms
A&P Final- Unit 1
Unit 1
Tissues
Type of cell junction that has protein…
the type of junction located on the la…
Unit 1
Tissues
Tight Junction
Desmosome
Unit 1
Unit 1
Tissues
Tissues
144 terms
A&P Lab 1
Ventral
Dorsal
Anterior
Posterior
Toward the front or belly
Toward the back or spine
Toward the ventral side
Toward the dorsal side
Ventral
Toward the front or belly
Dorsal
Toward the back or spine
44 terms
A&P 1 Henry
what is scientific inquiry?
What are the basic ideas of being alive?
What are the different membranes and c…
What are the directional terms and its…
...Scientific inquiry also refers to the activities through w…
...
...
distal ... proximal ... pronation ... supranation... lateral ... medial... inte…
what is scientific inquiry?
...Scientific inquiry also refers to the activities through w…
What are the basic ideas of being alive?
...
103 terms
A&P Test 1
Anatomy
Chromatin
Cytoplasm
Cytosol
Study of the structure of living organisms.
Chromatin is the structure in the nucleus that carry the gene…
The cellular material surrounding the nucleus and enclosed by…
Viscous, semitransparent fluid substance of cytoplasm in whic…
Anatomy
Study of the structure of living organisms.
Chromatin
Chromatin is the structure in the nucleus that carry the gene…
103 terms
A & P - Lab 1
Epicardium (Visceral Pericardium)
Myocardium (Cardiac Muscle)
Endocardium
Intercalated Disc
Epicardium (Visceral Pericardium)
Myocardium (Cardiac Muscle)
26 terms
A&P 1 lab exercise 2
Brain
liver
adrenal gland
gallbladder
nervous
digestive
endocrine
digestive
Brain
nervous
liver
digestive
66 terms
A&P1 Chapter 10
Skeletal Muscle Tissue
Cardiac Muscle Tissue
Smooth Muscle Tissue
Muscle Cell
-usually attached to bone... -striated (fibers contains light an…
-makes up most of wall of heart... -striated... -under involuntary…
-located in walls of various structures (blood vessels, urina…
= Muscle fibers ... -contains 100 or more nuclei
Skeletal Muscle Tissue
-usually attached to bone... -striated (fibers contains light an…
Cardiac Muscle Tissue
-makes up most of wall of heart... -striated... -under involuntary…
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