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chapter 1 and 2 aandp
Atoms are composed of three subatomic…
Which subatomic particles are located…
The atomic mass of an atom is largely…
The atomic number is relative to the n…
Protons... Electrons(negative)... Neutrons(No charge)
Prontons
Number of protons+the number of neutrons
Protons
Atoms are composed of three subatomic…
Protons... Electrons(negative)... Neutrons(No charge)
Which subatomic particles are located…
Prontons
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Ch 2 aandp 1
atomic number
mass number
electrons
atomic mass
Atomic number is the number of protons in the nucleus.
Mass number is the sum of the protons and neutrons in the nuc…
surround the nucleus as a cloud
close to the mass number of elements most abundant isotope…
atomic number
Atomic number is the number of protons in the nucleus.
mass number
Mass number is the sum of the protons and neutrons in the nuc…
Lane lab test 1 aandp2
Neutrophil
Eosinophil
Basophil
Lymphocyte
Phagocytize bacteria and fungi
Kill parasitic worms and flukes, plays a role in asthma and a…
Release histamine and mediators of inflammation- contains hep…
Cellular immunity, defend against viruses, tumor/cancer cells
Neutrophil
Phagocytize bacteria and fungi
Eosinophil
Kill parasitic worms and flukes, plays a role in asthma and a…
30 terms
aandp ch12
What happens when calcium binds tropon…
How does the process of smooth muscle…
How are cardiac muscle cells similar t…
Skeletal muscle moves a bone at a join…
Tropomyosin is pulled away from the actin active site.
Ca2+ comes from the extracellular fluid as well as the SR.
They are electrically linked to one another.
An antagonistic muscle produces the opposite movement.
What happens when calcium binds tropon…
Tropomyosin is pulled away from the actin active site.
How does the process of smooth muscle…
Ca2+ comes from the extracellular fluid as well as the SR.
13 terms
aandp exam 4
1. What are the three functions of the…
Neurons are composed of what three com…
What type of neuron has many processes…
The autonomic nervous system is essent…
Sensory, Integrative, motor
Cell body, dendrites, axons
Multipolar
homeostasis
1. What are the three functions of the…
Sensory, Integrative, motor
Neurons are composed of what three com…
Cell body, dendrites, axons
ch22 aandp
Insulin is produced by the ________ ce…
How does binding of insulin to its rec…
When blood glucose levels are high
A liver cell responds to insulin by
beta
It causes insertion of GLUT4 transporters in the membrane.
The pancreas releases insulin.
Taking in glucose and converting it to glycogen
Insulin is produced by the ________ ce…
beta
How does binding of insulin to its rec…
It causes insertion of GLUT4 transporters in the membrane.
aandp exam chp 3 cell structure
a living individual is considered a
______ ________ maintain abdominal div…
_________ are the functional unit of t…
are cells with similar structures and…
organism
organ systems
organs
tissues
a living individual is considered a
organism
______ ________ maintain abdominal div…
organ systems
A&P Practical 2 -___-
Osteon
Osteon (Central Canal)
Circumferential Lamella
Lamella
Osteon
Osteon (Central Canal)
a and p extra questions lab practical 2
Benedict's test
Benedict's reagent
negative Benedict's test
positive Benedict's test
detects glucose in urine
indicate the presence of monosaccharides following starch dig…
blue (absence of monosaccharide)
green, yellow, orange, red (increasing presence of monosaccha…
Benedict's test
detects glucose in urine
Benedict's reagent
indicate the presence of monosaccharides following starch dig…
63 terms
AANDP FINAL 1st ppt and some of 13
non-neuronal nervous tissue
Cling to neurons and capillaries (for…
Central Nervous "macrophages"
Line the Cerebral Spinal Fluid cavity,…
neuroglia
astrocytes
microglial
ependymal cells
non-neuronal nervous tissue
neuroglia
Cling to neurons and capillaries (for…
astrocytes
12 terms
Unit 3: Integumentary System (with Levels)
The levels of organization in order (s…
tissue
organ
organ system
cell--tissue--organ--organ system--organism
a group of similar cells that work together to do one job
a structure made up of two or more different types of tissues…
a group of organs that work together to perform a complex fun…
The levels of organization in order (s…
cell--tissue--organ--organ system--organism
tissue
a group of similar cells that work together to do one job
15 terms
AandP vocab 2 angio-bio
Angio-
Ante-
Anti-
Apo-
Vessel
Before
Against
From
Angio-
Vessel
Ante-
Before
53 terms
Ch 2 - Skeletal System (pictures)
Frontal Bone
Parietal Bone
Maxilla
Mandible
Frontal Bone
Parietal Bone
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
134 terms
BSC 202L: Lab Exam #1
Olfactory bulb
Olfactory tract
Olfactory receptor cell
Supporting cell
...
Olfactory bulb
Olfactory tract
12 terms
AandP II-2A
I. Introduction - Despite constant exp…
II. Lymphatic System Structure and Fun…
b. Lymphatic Vessels and Lymph Circula…
i. (1)__________________________ -are…
(1)pathogens... (2)resistance... (3)susceptibility... (4)nonspecific (…
(1)lymph... (2)lymphatic vessels... (3)lymphatic tissue... (4)lymphocy…
(1)lymph vessels... (2)one end... (3)lymphatic vessels... (4)walls and…
(1)lymphatic capillaries... (2)one way structure... (3)endothelial…
I. Introduction - Despite constant exp…
(1)pathogens... (2)resistance... (3)susceptibility... (4)nonspecific (…
II. Lymphatic System Structure and Fun…
(1)lymph... (2)lymphatic vessels... (3)lymphatic tissue... (4)lymphocy…
a and p 2 quiz april 18
what conditions could increase or decr…
what condition could result in glycosu…
what conditions could result in protei…
what conditions could result in ketonu…
decrease - fluid intake, hyposecretion of ADH, damage to the…
diabetes mellitus
chronic kidney disease, severe hypertension, glomerulonephrit…
diabetes mellitus, starvation
what conditions could increase or decr…
decrease - fluid intake, hyposecretion of ADH, damage to the…
what condition could result in glycosu…
diabetes mellitus
60 terms
Joints
2 ways to classify joints
Types of joints classified by movement
Synarthroses
Amphiarthroses
Based on joint movement allowed... Based on structure: what hold…
Synarthroses... Amphiarthroses... Diarthroses
Immoveable... Ex: Skull bones
Slight movement... Ex: Pubic symphises
2 ways to classify joints
Based on joint movement allowed... Based on structure: what hold…
Types of joints classified by movement
Synarthroses... Amphiarthroses... Diarthroses
34 terms
Unit 5 - The Muscular System
Muscle fiber
Skeletal muscle tissue
Cardiac muscle tissue
Smooth muscle tissue
a single muscle cell
Striated, mostly voluntary (respiratory is involuntary), mult…
Forms most of the wall of the heart; consists of branched, st…
No striations and involuntary; found in walls of hollow organ…
Muscle fiber
a single muscle cell
Skeletal muscle tissue
Striated, mostly voluntary (respiratory is involuntary), mult…
18 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Final: Bones!
clavicle
scapula
humerus
ulna
clavicle
scapula
Nervous System
Central Nervous System
Peripheral Nervous system
Autonomic Nervous System
Somatic Nervous System
(CNS) brain and spinal cord.
Body Nerves that connect to the central nervous system (brain…
Controls involuntary bodily functions (not consciously contro…
Controls voluntary bodily functions (consciously controlled),…
Central Nervous System
(CNS) brain and spinal cord.
Peripheral Nervous system
Body Nerves that connect to the central nervous system (brain…
Integumentary System
Mucous (cavity that opens to outside,…
Varies by location, lower digestive tr…
Simple squamous, mesothelium; areolar CT
Stratified squamous; dense irregular C…
Types of epithelial membranes
Mucous membrane epithelial tissue, connective tissue
Serous membrane epithelial tissue, connective tissue
Cutaneous membrane epithelial tissue, connective tissue
Mucous (cavity that opens to outside,…
Types of epithelial membranes
Varies by location, lower digestive tr…
Mucous membrane epithelial tissue, connective tissue
Connective Tissue Histology
Areolar connective tissue
Collagenous (white) fiber
Elastic fiber
Loose (areolar connective tissue)
Identify the specific tissue lettered A.
Identify the fiber numbered 2.
Identify the fiber numbered 3.
Is the tissue letter B an example of loose, dense, or special…
Areolar connective tissue
Identify the specific tissue lettered A.
Collagenous (white) fiber
Identify the fiber numbered 2.
20 terms
Muscular system
Trapezius
Frontalis
Deltoid
Pectoralis major
Trapezius
Frontalis
A and P 2 lab quiz - digestive organs
structural and functional classificati…
structural and functional classificati…
structural and functional classificati…
structural and functional classificati…
alimentary canal... ingestion
accessory... mechanical digestion, propulsion
accessory ... chemical digestion
alimentary canal... propulsion
structural and functional classificati…
alimentary canal... ingestion
structural and functional classificati…
accessory... mechanical digestion, propulsion
76 terms
RHS Anatomy & Physiology: Muscular System Identification
Right Adductor longus
Right Adductor magnus
Right Biceps brachii
Right Biceps femoris
Right Adductor longus
Right Adductor magnus
The skeletal system: Anatomical terms
articular
carpal
cervical
clavicular
articul/o = joint... -ar = pertaining to... pertaining to a joint
carp/o = carpus... -al = pertaining to... pertaining to the carpus
cervic/o = neck... -al = pertaining to... pertaining to the neck
clavicul/o = clavicle... -ar = pertaining to... pertaining to the…
articular
articul/o = joint... -ar = pertaining to... pertaining to a joint
carpal
carp/o = carpus... -al = pertaining to... pertaining to the carpus
380 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 6
osseous tissue
osseous tissue... cartilage... dense connect…
remodeling
osteology
what is another name for bone tissue?
a bone is made up of what kinds of ... tissues?
the construction of new bone tissue and breaking down of old…
the study of bone structure and ... treatment of bone disorders
osseous tissue
what is another name for bone tissue?
osseous tissue... cartilage... dense connect…
a bone is made up of what kinds of ... tissues?
50 terms
Human Anatomy Ch 8 Muscular System
flexes arm at the elbow; supinates for…
extends arm at the elbow
closes eyelid
closes jaw
biceps brachii
triceps brachii
orbicularis oculi
masseter
flexes arm at the elbow; supinates for…
biceps brachii
extends arm at the elbow
triceps brachii
90 terms
Mastering A&P Chapter 12a Skeletal Muscles
Origin
Insertion
Antagonistic Muscle Groups
Fascicles
The origin of a muscle is the end of the muscle that is attac…
The insertion of the muscle is the more distal... -or-... more mobi…
most joints in the body have both flexor and extensor muscles…
Groups of adjacent fibers are bundled together into units cal…
Origin
The origin of a muscle is the end of the muscle that is attac…
Insertion
The insertion of the muscle is the more distal... -or-... more mobi…
134 terms
HESI Chemistry
Molecule
Molecules make up
Molecules can be formed
Element
Made of two or more atoms held together by a chemical force
Compounds
Naturally or synthetically
Substance composed of atoms
Molecule
Made of two or more atoms held together by a chemical force
Molecules make up
Compounds
20 terms
Connective Tissues, Muscle tissue and Nervous Tissue
adipose Functions
adipose provides
adipose Cells
adipose image
as a heat insulator beneath the skin
stored energy supply in fat vacuoles
greatly enlarged with nuclei pushed to sides
adipose Functions
as a heat insulator beneath the skin
adipose provides
stored energy supply in fat vacuoles
lab practical digestion
lipid yields
protein yields
starches yield
HCl
triglycerides - glycerol and fatty acid
amino acids
monosaccharides (glucose)
denatures proteins
lipid yields
triglycerides - glycerol and fatty acid
protein yields
amino acids
Layers of the Skin: Epidermis
Stratum Basale (germinativum)
Stratum Granulosum
Stratum Lucidum
Stratum Corneum
Stratum Basale (germinativum)
Stratum Granulosum
120 terms
Muscular System: Chapter 11
Buccinator
Buccinator
Masseter
Masseter
Buccinator
Buccinator
26 terms
Exercise 4- The Respiratory System
Nasal cavity
oropharynx
nasopharynx
laryngopharynx
-divided by the nasal septum
-central portion of the pharynx between the roof of the mouth…
-the area directly posterior to the nose
-lower part of the pharynx, just below the oropharyngeal open…
Nasal cavity
-divided by the nasal septum
oropharynx
-central portion of the pharynx between the roof of the mouth…
66 terms
Lab Quiz 4: Muscular system
Orbicularis oculi
Orbicularis oris
Masseter
Sternocleidomastoid
Orbicularis oculi
Orbicularis oris
anatomy and physiology chp.3
cell membrane
cholesterol
protiens
plasma membrane
Selective Permeability... phospholipid bilayer ... water-soluble "…
stabilizes the membrane
receptors... pores, channels, carriers... enzymes
Physical Isolation... Barrier between ISF & cytoplasm... Regulation…
cell membrane
Selective Permeability... phospholipid bilayer ... water-soluble "…
cholesterol
stabilizes the membrane
37 terms
A&P Unit 5 Set #1 - The Skeletal System
Skeletal System
Axial Skeleton
Appendicular Skeleton
Functions of Bone
Includes bones, joints, cartilages, and ligaments; function i…
Includes the bones that form the longitudinal axis of the body
Includes the bones of the limbs and girdles that attach to to…
Include organ protection, body support and movement, fat and…
Skeletal System
Includes bones, joints, cartilages, and ligaments; function i…
Axial Skeleton
Includes the bones that form the longitudinal axis of the body
49 terms
A&P 2 Exam 1
Hematopoiesis refers only to the produ…
The first response to blood vessel inj…
A person with type B blood could recie…
The anatagonistic hormones that regula…
False
False
True
True
Hematopoiesis refers only to the produ…
False
The first response to blood vessel inj…
False
54 terms
Skeletal Muscle Structure Review
Skeletal muscle tissue
Cardiac muscle tissue
Smooth muscle tissue
Excitability
-Attached to bone, allow body movement... -Striated ("striped")…
-Only in the heart ♥... -Striated & involuntary... -Only ex: heart
-Lines hollow visceral (internal) organs... -Unstriated & involu…
ability to receive & respond to stimulation
Skeletal muscle tissue
-Attached to bone, allow body movement... -Striated ("striped")…
Cardiac muscle tissue
-Only in the heart ♥... -Striated & involuntary... -Only ex: heart
A+P Practical 1 Bones
Frontal bone
Parietal bone
Nasal bone
Sphenoid bone
Frontal bone
Parietal bone
Chapter 12: Neural Tissue
Afferent Division
Efferent Division
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Carries sensory information to the CNS from receptors in peri…
Carries motor commands from the CNS to muscles, glands, and a…
Includes the Brain and spinal cord
System that integrates, processes, and coordinates sensory da…
Afferent Division
Carries sensory information to the CNS from receptors in peri…
Efferent Division
Carries motor commands from the CNS to muscles, glands, and a…
CH2 AandP #7
carbohydrates
energy
carbon, hydrogen, oxygen (1:2:1)
monosaccharides (simple sugars) *3-7 c…
3% of body weight
Carbohydrates provide ______________ for cellular activities.
What 3 elements are in carbohydrates and in what proportion?
Carbohydrates are made from _____________.
carbohydrates
3% of body weight
energy
Carbohydrates provide ______________ for cellular activities.
32 terms
Blood
Erythrocytes
Leukocytes
WBCs
Nutrients
The term given to red blood cells (RBCs)
The term given to white blood cells (WBCs)
Do RBCs or WBCs help defend the body against invaders and inf…
Blood is a transport system for CO2/O2, hormones and what else
Erythrocytes
The term given to red blood cells (RBCs)
Leukocytes
The term given to white blood cells (WBCs)
55 terms
Ch. 36.1 - Skeletal System Bones
mandibular condyle
external auditory meatus
styloid process
mastoid process
mandibular condyle
external auditory meatus
71 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Blood and Blood Typing (Lab Exam&Quiz)
blood
Plasma
Formed elements
Hemopoises
liquid connective tissue, chief means of transport within the…
the liquid matrix found in blood vessels, composed of water a…
red and white blood cells and platelets
The process by which formed elements of blood develop
blood
liquid connective tissue, chief means of transport within the…
Plasma
the liquid matrix found in blood vessels, composed of water a…
CH2 AandP #3
gaining, losing, sharing
two, eight, other
ions, charge
how many electrons in outer-shell
Atoms form bonds by _____________, _____________, or_________…
Atoms want to have ______ electrons in their first shell and…
When atoms gain or lose electrons, they become ________ with…
Whether they gain or lose will depend on what?
gaining, losing, sharing
Atoms form bonds by _____________, _____________, or_________…
two, eight, other
Atoms want to have ______ electrons in their first shell and…
CH2 AandP #4
covalent bonds
single covalent bond
double covalent bonds
polar covalent bond
formed when atoms share electrons to become stable with fille…
only one pair of eletrons is shared
two pairs o electrons shared
unequal sharing (water is most important covalently bonded mo…
covalent bonds
formed when atoms share electrons to become stable with fille…
single covalent bond
only one pair of eletrons is shared
36 terms
A&P Lab Epidermis ID
stratum corneum
stratum lucidum
stratum granulosum
stratum spinosum
dead cells
clear layer
protein granules
stratum corneum
dead cells
stratum lucidum
clear layer
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