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ACE- Human Anatomy
Cardiovascular System
Respiratory System
Digestive System
Skeletal System
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...
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1. Axial Skeleton... 2. Appendicular Skeleton... 3. Articulations
Cardiovascular System
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Respiratory System
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ACE Lesson 3: Human Anatomy
What are the 3 components of blood?
What do blood vessels do?
What are the 3 types of blood vessels?
Arteries
plasma, blood cells (red and white) and platelets
carries blood to body parts
Arteries, Veins and Capillaries
carry oxygen rich blood away from the heart to the rest of th…
What are the 3 components of blood?
plasma, blood cells (red and white) and platelets
What do blood vessels do?
carries blood to body parts
ACE Human Anatomy Workbook
Components of the cardio vascular system
Gas is exchanged in the microscopic ai…
The diaphragm is the most important mu…
During exercise, expiration is passive.
-Superior/Inferior vena cava... -Pulmonary Circuit... -Arteries... -Ao…
False
True
False
Components of the cardio vascular system
-Superior/Inferior vena cava... -Pulmonary Circuit... -Arteries... -Ao…
Gas is exchanged in the microscopic ai…
False
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ACE Human Anatomy
anterior
posterior
superior
inferior
towards the front
towards the back
towards the head
away from the head
anterior
towards the front
posterior
towards the back
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ACE GFit Human Anatomy
The breathing rate through the nose in…
list the 3 main types of joints and gi…
synovial joint movement occurs in what…
2 actions that occur in multi-planar m…
5 to 6 at rest, 20 to 30 L during exs
Fibrous joints (skull, distal end of tibia & fibula), Cartila…
sagittal, frontal, and transverse
circumduction and opposition
The breathing rate through the nose in…
5 to 6 at rest, 20 to 30 L during exs
list the 3 main types of joints and gi…
Fibrous joints (skull, distal end of tibia & fibula), Cartila…
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ACE: Human Anatomy
Anterior (Ventral)
Posterior (dorsal)
Superior
Inferior
Toward the front
Toward the back
Toward the head
Away from the head
Anterior (Ventral)
Toward the front
Posterior (dorsal)
Toward the back
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ACE Human Anatomy (diseases)
Victims: cystic fibrosis
Symptom: mucus builds up in the tissue…
Symptom: absence of the vas deferens
Symptom: clubbing in the extremeties
Most common genetic disease among Europeans
Cystic fibrosis
Cystic fibrosis
Cystic fibrosis
Victims: cystic fibrosis
Most common genetic disease among Europeans
Symptom: mucus builds up in the tissue…
Cystic fibrosis
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ACE Chapter 1: Human Anatomy
What is Anatomical position?
Uniplanar joints (hinge joints)
The 3 main types of joints
Synovial joint movement occurs within…
The reference point for describing structures of the body in…
allow movement in only one plane
-fibrous... -synovial... -cartilaginous
-sagittal... -frontal... -transverse
What is Anatomical position?
The reference point for describing structures of the body in…
Uniplanar joints (hinge joints)
allow movement in only one plane
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ACE PT Exam: Chapter 2 Human Anatomy
vein
Wolff's law
fibrous
sagittal
type of blood vessel contains valves to prevent the blood fro…
Increased bone density proportional to the amount of stress p…
tibia-fibula articulation is an example of what type of joint
Flexion, extension, dorsiflexion, and plantarflexion all occu…
vein
type of blood vessel contains valves to prevent the blood fro…
Wolff's law
Increased bone density proportional to the amount of stress p…
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Ace Chapter 1 Human Anatomy
anterior
posterior
superior
inferior
toward the front
toward the back
toward the head
toward the feet
anterior
toward the front
posterior
toward the back
70 terms
ACE PT Exam: Chapter 2 Human Anatomy
vein
Wolff's law
fibrous
sagittal
type of blood vessel contains valves to prevent the blood fro…
Increased bone density proportional to the amount of stress p…
tibia-fibula articulation is an example of what type of joint
Flexion, extension, dorsiflexion, and plantarflexion all occu…
vein
type of blood vessel contains valves to prevent the blood fro…
Wolff's law
Increased bone density proportional to the amount of stress p…
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ACE 3 (video) Human anatomy
Cardiovascular system
Plasma
Platelets
Arteries.
Blood, blood vessels and heart works with the body's respirat…
Liquid component of blood.
Red and white blood cells.
Carry oxygen rich blood away from the heart to the rest of th…
Cardiovascular system
Blood, blood vessels and heart works with the body's respirat…
Plasma
Liquid component of blood.
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ACE's Essentials of Exercise Science: Chapter 1-Human Anatomy
Anterior (Ventral)
Posterior (Dorsal)
Superior
Inferior
Toward the front
Toward the back
Toward the head
Away from the head
Anterior (Ventral)
Toward the front
Posterior (Dorsal)
Toward the back
70 terms
ACE PT Exam: Chapter 2 Human Anatomy
vein
Wolff's law
fibrous
sagittal
type of blood vessel contains valves to prevent the blood fro…
Increased bone density proportional to the amount of stress p…
tibia-fibula articulation is an example of what type of joint
Flexion, extension, dorsiflexion, and plantarflexion all occu…
vein
type of blood vessel contains valves to prevent the blood fro…
Wolff's law
Increased bone density proportional to the amount of stress p…
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ACE Essentials of Exercise - Ch1 - Human Anatomy
anterior (ventral)
posterior (dorsal)
superior
inferior
toward the front
toward the back
toward the head
away from the head
anterior (ventral)
toward the front
posterior (dorsal)
toward the back
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ACE - Chapter 1- Human Anatomy - Common Anatomical Terms
arthro
bi
brachium
cardio
joint
two
arm
heart
arthro
joint
bi
two
70 terms
ACE PT Exam: Chapter 2 Human Anatomy
vein
Wolff's law
fibrous
sagittal
type of blood vessel contains valves to prevent the blood fro…
Increased bone density proportional to the amount of stress p…
tibia-fibula articulation is an example of what type of joint
Flexion, extension, dorsiflexion, and plantarflexion all occu…
vein
type of blood vessel contains valves to prevent the blood fro…
Wolff's law
Increased bone density proportional to the amount of stress p…
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3. ACE LESSON 3 QUIZ ( Human Anatomy )
When comparing the medial epicondyle o…
Which of the following is NOT one of f…
Which of the four components of blood…
When blood is flowing through the hear…
The medial epicondyle is more toward the midline of the body…
Vascular
Plasma
Right ventricle
When comparing the medial epicondyle o…
The medial epicondyle is more toward the midline of the body…
Which of the following is NOT one of f…
Vascular
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ACE EES: Human Anatomy - anatomical roots
Arthro
Bi
Brachium
Cardio
Joint
Two
Arm
Heart
Arthro
Joint
Bi
Two
70 terms
ACE PT Exam: Chapter 2 Human Anatomy
vein
Wolff's law
fibrous
sagittal
type of blood vessel contains valves to prevent the blood fro…
Increased bone density proportional to the amount of stress p…
tibia-fibula articulation is an example of what type of joint
Flexion, extension, dorsiflexion, and plantarflexion all occu…
vein
type of blood vessel contains valves to prevent the blood fro…
Wolff's law
Increased bone density proportional to the amount of stress p…
70 terms
ACE PT Exam: Chapter 2 Human Anatomy
vein
Wolff's law
fibrous
sagittal
type of blood vessel contains valves to prevent the blood fro…
Increased bone density proportional to the amount of stress p…
tibia-fibula articulation is an example of what type of joint
Flexion, extension, dorsiflexion, and plantarflexion all occu…
vein
type of blood vessel contains valves to prevent the blood fro…
Wolff's law
Increased bone density proportional to the amount of stress p…
237 terms
ACE's Essentials of Exercise Science: Chapter 1 - Human Anatomy
Anterior (Ventral)
Posterior (Dorsal)
Superior
Inferior
Toward the front
Toward the back
Toward the head
Away from the head
Anterior (Ventral)
Toward the front
Posterior (Dorsal)
Toward the back
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ACE Quiz #1: Chapter 1 - Human Anatomy
When comparing the medial epicondyle o…
Which of the following is NOT one of f…
Which of the four components of blood…
When blood is flowing through the hear…
The medial epicondyle is more toward the midline of the body…
Vascular
Plasma
Right ventricle
When comparing the medial epicondyle o…
The medial epicondyle is more toward the midline of the body…
Which of the following is NOT one of f…
Vascular
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ACE - Chapter 1- Human Anatomy - Anatmoical, directional, regional terms
anterior
superficial
superior
proximal
toward the front (ventral)
External; located close to or on the body surface
Toward the head
Toward the attached end of limb, origin of the structure or m…
anterior
toward the front (ventral)
superficial
External; located close to or on the body surface
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Chapter 1: Human Anatomy (ACE's Essentials of Exercise Science for Fitness Professionals)
Standing erect with the head, eyes, an…
Formed by two or more tissues combinin…
Torward the midline of the body
Away from the midline of the body
Anatomical position
Organs
Medial
Lateral
Standing erect with the head, eyes, an…
Anatomical position
Formed by two or more tissues combinin…
Organs
216 terms
ACE's Essentials of Exercise Science: Chapter 1-Human Anatomy
Anterior (Ventral)
Posterior (Dorsal)
Superior
Inferior
Toward the front
Toward the back
Toward the head
Away from the head
Anterior (Ventral)
Toward the front
Posterior (Dorsal)
Toward the back
116 terms
Chapter 1: Human Anatomy (ACE's Essentials of Exercise Science for Fitness Professionals)
Standing erect with the head, eyes, an…
Formed by two or more tissues combinin…
Torward the midline of the body
Away from the midline of the body
Anatomical position
Organs
Medial
Lateral
Standing erect with the head, eyes, an…
Anatomical position
Formed by two or more tissues combinin…
Organs
204 terms
ACE Essentials of Exercise Science: Ch. 1-Human Anatomy
Anterior (Ventral)
Posterior (Dorsal)
Superior
Inferior
Toward the front
Toward the back
Toward the head
Away from the head
Anterior (Ventral)
Toward the front
Posterior (Dorsal)
Toward the back
28 terms
ACE personal training certification- musculoskeletal anatomy and human movement
enlargement on the proximal end of the…
enlargement on the proximal end of the…
condyle
crest
tuberosity
trochanter
a smooth, rounded prominence covered with articular cartilage
a ridge
enlargement on the proximal end of the…
tuberosity
enlargement on the proximal end of the…
trochanter
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ACE Essentials of Exercise Science: Chapter 1 Human Anatomy & cardiovascular System
Anterior ... Posterior
Superior ... Inferior
Medial... Lateral
Proximal... Distal
Toward the front... Toward the back
Toward the head... Away from the head
Toward midline ... Away from midline
Toward the attached end of the limb ... Away from the attached e…
Anterior ... Posterior
Toward the front... Toward the back
Superior ... Inferior
Toward the head... Away from the head
45 terms
ACE - Chapter 1- Human Anatomy - Common Anatomical Terms
arthro
bi
brachium
cardio
joint
two
arm
heart
arthro
joint
bi
two
30 terms
ACE Exercise Science Chapter 1 Human Anatomy Terms
Anterior
Superficial
Superior
Inferior
Toward the Front
External; located close to the surface
Toward the head
Away from the head
Anterior
Toward the Front
Superficial
External; located close to the surface
45 terms
ACE - Chapter 1- Human Anatomy - Common Anatomical Terms
arthro
bi
brachium
cardio
joint
two
arm
heart
arthro
joint
bi
two
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Human Anatomy: Chapter 1 Vocabulary
Independent Variable
Dependent Variable
Experimental Group
Control Group
the variable being manipulated, changed in an experiment; inf…
what we measure in an experiment; is influenced by the indepe…
this group is exposed to the independent variable
this group is not exposed to the independent variable
Independent Variable
the variable being manipulated, changed in an experiment; inf…
Dependent Variable
what we measure in an experiment; is influenced by the indepe…
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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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ACE - Chapter 1- Human Anatomy - Anatmoical, directional, regional terms
anterior
superficial
superior
proximal
toward the front (ventral)
External; located close to or on the body surface
Toward the head
Toward the attached end of limb, origin of the structure or m…
anterior
toward the front (ventral)
superficial
External; located close to or on the body surface
28 terms
Human Anatomy: Chapter 7 Vocabulary
Long Bone
Short Bone
Flat Bone
Irregular Bone
Bones that are longer than they are wide (EX: Femur, Humerus)
Rock shaped bones (EX: Carpals, Tarsals)
Bones with a broad surface (EX: Scapula, Parietal)
Bones with irregular shapes (EX: Mandible, Vertebrae)
Long Bone
Bones that are longer than they are wide (EX: Femur, Humerus)
Short Bone
Rock shaped bones (EX: Carpals, Tarsals)
28 terms
Human Anatomy: Chapter 8 Vocabulary
Articulation
Fibrous Joint
Cartilaginous Joint
Synovial Joint
Where two or more bones meet; also known as a skeletal joint
A skeletal joint consisting of many fibers (EX: Suture)
Two or more bones joined by cartilage (EX: Intervertebral Joi…
A freely movable joint. the most common skeletal joint. Enclo…
Articulation
Where two or more bones meet; also known as a skeletal joint
Fibrous Joint
A skeletal joint consisting of many fibers (EX: Suture)
19 terms
Anatomy of the Human Heart Vocabulary
superior vena cava
inferior vena cava
right atrium
tricuspid valve
large vein that brings deoxygenated blood from the upper body…
large vein that brings deoxygenated blood from the abdomen &…
chamber of the heart that receives deoxygenated blood from th…
valve located between the RA & RV
superior vena cava
large vein that brings deoxygenated blood from the upper body…
inferior vena cava
large vein that brings deoxygenated blood from the abdomen &…
116 terms
Chapter 1: Human Anatomy (ACE's Essentials of Exercise Science for Fitness Professionals)
Standing erect with the head, eyes, an…
Formed by two or more tissues combinin…
Torward the midline of the body
Away from the midline of the body
Anatomical position
Organs
Medial
Lateral
Standing erect with the head, eyes, an…
Anatomical position
Formed by two or more tissues combinin…
Organs
19 terms
ACE EES: Human Anatomy - anatomical, directional, and regional terms
Anterior
Posterior
Superior
Inferior
Toward the front
Toward the back
Toward the head
Away from the head
Anterior
Toward the front
Posterior
Toward the back
9 terms
Skin vocabulary Human Anatomy.
Hair erector muscle
Skin blood vessels
Hair follicle
Sweat gland
The muscle that allows the hair to be pushed up
provide food and oxygen to the skin cells. They keep body tem…
sac within which each hair grows
secrete a mixture of water, dissolved salts, and urea via swe…
Hair erector muscle
The muscle that allows the hair to be pushed up
Skin blood vessels
provide food and oxygen to the skin cells. They keep body tem…
34 terms
Human Anatomy & Physiology Vocabulary
anatomy
physiology
homeostasis
receptor/sensor
study of body part structure
study of body part function
maintenance of a stable internal environment
monitors magnitude of a variable
anatomy
study of body part structure
physiology
study of body part function
9 terms
Skin vocabulary Human Anatomy.
Hair erector muscle
Skin blood vessels
Hair follicle
Sweat gland
The muscle that allows the hair to be pushed up
provide food and oxygen to the skin cells. They keep body tem…
sac within which each hair grows
secrete a mixture of water, dissolved salts, and urea via swe…
Hair erector muscle
The muscle that allows the hair to be pushed up
Skin blood vessels
provide food and oxygen to the skin cells. They keep body tem…
19 terms
Human Anatomy Vocabulary
morphology
multicellular
cell
tissue
the study of the form and function of a living organism
organism composed of more than one cell
the simplese unit of life; composes all living things
a group of the same type of cells working together to achieve…
morphology
the study of the form and function of a living organism
multicellular
organism composed of more than one cell
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Human Anatomy Ch.4 Vocabulary
Alopecia
Apocrine glands
Arrector pili
Asymmetry
baldness, condition of hair loss
The Sweat glands largely confined to the axillary and genital…
tiny, smooth muscles attached to hair follicles, which cause…
the two sides of the pigmented spot or mole do not match. Par…
Alopecia
baldness, condition of hair loss
Apocrine glands
The Sweat glands largely confined to the axillary and genital…
12 terms
Human Anatomy: Chapter 6 Vocabulary
Integumentary
Melanin
Albinism
Vitamin D
Body system including skin, hair, nails
Pigment that gives skin, hair, eyes their color
Genetic disorder; no melanin in skin
Essential vitamin required for bone health; acquired through…
Integumentary
Body system including skin, hair, nails
Melanin
Pigment that gives skin, hair, eyes their color
54 terms
Human Anatomy Vocabulary
Neuron
Axon
Dendrite
Neurotransmitter
A nerve cell; the basic building block of the nervous system.
Part of the neuron that carries impulses away from the cell b…
Part of the neuron that receives impulses.
Chemical messengers that cross the synapse between neurons.
Neuron
A nerve cell; the basic building block of the nervous system.
Axon
Part of the neuron that carries impulses away from the cell b…
40 terms
Human anatomy Muscle Vocabulary
muscle fibers
Myofilaments
Skeletal Muscle Tissue
Striations
individual muscle cells
thread-like fibers of actin and myosin
striated and voluntary.
alternate dark and light bands found on skeletal and cardiac…
muscle fibers
individual muscle cells
Myofilaments
thread-like fibers of actin and myosin
36 terms
Vocabulary for Chapter 4 - The Integumentary System -Human Anatomy
Note: This vocabulary is what you need…
cutaneous membrane
what is in the skin (cutaneous membran…
thick skin
...
skin
superficial epidermis and deeper dermis, with what are called…
have five layers with the stratum corneum being thicker than…
Note: This vocabulary is what you need…
...
cutaneous membrane
skin
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