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Advanced Biology Body Tissues
Cell Specialization
Tissue level organization
Tissue
Unspecialized stem cells
- Each cell has a certain structure related to its specific f…
All liver cells look the same
Composed of similar cells that are specialized to preform a c…
Only exist in the embryo stage
Cell Specialization
- Each cell has a certain structure related to its specific f…
Tissue level organization
All liver cells look the same
Advanced Biology - Parts of the Body
otic
nasal
oral
cervical
ear
nose
mouth
neck
otic
ear
nasal
nose
43 terms
Advanced biology body study guide
Cephalic
Frontal
Orbital
Buccal
Head
Forehead
Eye cavity
Cheek
Cephalic
Head
Frontal
Forehead
7 terms
Advanced Biology: Body Cavities
Dorsal and Ventral
Cranial Cavity
Spinal Cavity
Thoracic Cavity
Two main cavities
Brain and Skull
Spinal cord and vertebral column
Contains heart and lungs. (superior diaphragm)
Dorsal and Ventral
Two main cavities
Cranial Cavity
Brain and Skull
24 terms
Advanced Biology (The Human Body) Module 1 Terms
anatomy
gross anatomy
human anatomy
surface anatomy
study of the structure of an organism
the study of the macroscopic structures of an organism
the study of the structure of the human body
anatomy by Braille, used for diagnosis
anatomy
study of the structure of an organism
gross anatomy
the study of the macroscopic structures of an organism
35 terms
Advanced Biology Body Regions Flashcards
cephalic
frontal
orbital
buccal
head
forehead
eye cavity
cheek
cephalic
head
frontal
forehead
Advanced Biology - Body Movements/Muscles
zygomaticus
buccinator
orbicularis oculi
frontalis
used in smiling
used to suck in your cheeks (whistle)
used in winking
used to form the horizontal frown crease on the forehead
zygomaticus
used in smiling
buccinator
used to suck in your cheeks (whistle)
37 terms
Advanced Biology on the Human body
Anatomy
Physiology
Developmental Anatomy
Embryology
The study of the structure of the body and its parts.
Is the study of how your body functions and works together.
This is the study of the changes in the human body starting a…
Is the subdivision of developmental anatomy that covers the f…
Anatomy
The study of the structure of the body and its parts.
Physiology
Is the study of how your body functions and works together.
Advanced Biology: The Human Body Mod. #1
Gross Anatomy
Microscopic Anatomy
Physiology
Histology
the study of the body systems that can be seen by the naked eye
the study of the body systems that can only be seen with a mi…
the study of how anatomy works and functions
the study of tissue
Gross Anatomy
the study of the body systems that can be seen by the naked eye
Microscopic Anatomy
the study of the body systems that can only be seen with a mi…
41 terms
Apologia Advanced Biology/Human Body Module #1
Gross anatomy
Microscopic anatomy
Physiology
Histology
The study of the macroscopic structures of an organism.
The study of the microscopic structures of an organism.
The study of the functions of an organism and it's parts.
The study of tissues.
Gross anatomy
The study of the macroscopic structures of an organism.
Microscopic anatomy
The study of the microscopic structures of an organism.
16 terms
Advanced Biology: Posterior Body Landmarks
Acromial
Calcaneal
Cephalic
Dorsal
Point of shoulder
Heel of foot
Head
Back
Acromial
Point of shoulder
Calcaneal
Heel of foot
32 terms
Advanced Biology: Anterior Body Landmarks
Abdominal
Antebrachil
Antecubital
Axillary
Anterior body trunk
Forearm
Anterior surface of the elbow
Armpit
Abdominal
Anterior body trunk
Antebrachil
Forearm
13 terms
Advanced Biology (The Human Body) Module 2 Terms
Exocrine glands
Merocrine glands
Apocrine glands
Holocrine glands
glands that secrete substances outward through a duct
Exocrine glands that secrete without losing cellular material
Exocrine glands that have cytoplasm in their secretion
Exocrine glands whose secretions are made up of disintegrated…
Exocrine glands
glands that secrete substances outward through a duct
Merocrine glands
Exocrine glands that secrete without losing cellular material
37 terms
Apologia Advanced Biology/Human Body: Module #2
Exocrine glands
Endocrine glands
Merocrine glands
Apocrine glands
Glands that secrete substances outward through a duct.
Ductless glands that secrete hormones into the bloodstream.
Exocrine glands that secrete without losing cellular material.
Exocrine glands that have cytoplasm in their secretions.
Exocrine glands
Glands that secrete substances outward through a duct.
Endocrine glands
Ductless glands that secrete hormones into the bloodstream.
24 terms
Apologia: Advanced Biology: The Human Body: Module #6
Origin
Insertion
Belly
Mastication
The point at which a muscle's tendon attaches to the more sta…
The point at which a muscle's tendon attaches to the movable…
The largest part of the muscle, which actually contains the m…
The process of chewing.
Origin
The point at which a muscle's tendon attaches to the more sta…
Insertion
The point at which a muscle's tendon attaches to the movable…
36 terms
Apologia Advanced Biology: Human Body: Module #3
Epidermis
Dermis
Hypodermis
Hemopoisis
The outer portion of the skin, formed by epithelial tissue wh…
Dense irregular connective tissue that forms the deep layer o…
Loose connective tissue underneath the dermis which connects…
The process of manufacturing blood cells.
Epidermis
The outer portion of the skin, formed by epithelial tissue wh…
Dermis
Dense irregular connective tissue that forms the deep layer o…
15 terms
Advanced Biology (The Human Body) Module 3 Terms
Epidermis
Dermis
Hypodermis
Hemopoiesis
The outer portion of the skin, formed by epithelial tissue wh…
Dense irregular connective tissue that forms the deep layer o…
Loose connective tissue underneath the dermis which connects…
The process of manufacturing blood cells
Epidermis
The outer portion of the skin, formed by epithelial tissue wh…
Dermis
Dense irregular connective tissue that forms the deep layer o…
42 terms
Apologia: Advanced Biology: The Human Body: Module #4
Osteoblast
Osteocyte
Osteoclast
Hematoma
A bone-forming cell.
A mature bone cell surrounded by bone matrix.
A large, multi nucleated cell that breaks down bone.
A localized mass of blood that is confined to an organ or som…
Osteoblast
A bone-forming cell.
Osteocyte
A mature bone cell surrounded by bone matrix.
28 terms
Apologia: Advanced Biology/The Human Body: Module #5
Sarcomere
Neuron
Synapse
Neurotrasmitter
The repeating unit of a myofibril.
The functional unit of the nervous system, a nerve cell.
The interface between a nerve cell and another cell.
A chemical release by a neuron. This chemical travels across…
Sarcomere
The repeating unit of a myofibril.
Neuron
The functional unit of the nervous system, a nerve cell.
107 terms
Advanced Biology EXAM: Body Fluids (9/13)
The shark skull is made of ___________.
fluid filled tube that helps body keep…
allows sea water into shark ear
carries sea water to inner ear where i…
cartilage
Anterior Semicircular Canal
Endolymphatic Pore
Endolymphatic Duct
The shark skull is made of ___________.
cartilage
fluid filled tube that helps body keep…
Anterior Semicircular Canal
Unit 4 - Skin and Body Membranes - Advanced Biology
Describe the epidermis (3)
Cause of dandruff
1. Skin area with adipose tissue... 2. Ar…
What occurs when body's temperature re…
1. Outer layer... 2. Contains melanocytes... 3. Consists of stratif…
over kerantinization
1. hypodermis... 2. epidermis
Either hypothermia or hyperthermia
Describe the epidermis (3)
1. Outer layer... 2. Contains melanocytes... 3. Consists of stratif…
Cause of dandruff
over kerantinization
43 terms
Advanced Biology Quizzam: Body Fluids (8/31)
Normal Anatomical Position for humans…
Movement of waste products from inside…
Sweat (excretion) is produced by the _…
Urine (excretion) is produced by the _…
standing up, feet together, arms at side, palms forward
Excretion
Sweat glands
kidney; urinary bladder
Normal Anatomical Position for humans…
standing up, feet together, arms at side, palms forward
Movement of waste products from inside…
Excretion
Advanced Biology in Creation: The Human Body, 2nd Edition
Gross Anatomy
Microscopic Anatomy
Physiology
Histology
the study of systems that you can see
the study of structures that are too small to see without a m…
the study of how the body parts function and work together
the study of tissues
Gross Anatomy
the study of systems that you can see
Microscopic Anatomy
the study of structures that are too small to see without a m…
69 terms
Body (advanced)
muscle
fist
vein
artery
sval
pěst
žíla ( a tube that carries blood TO the HEART from the other…
tepna
muscle
sval
fist
pěst
14 terms
Advanced Biology: Body Orientation and Direction/planes and sections
Superior
Inferior
Anterior
Posterior
above
below
front surface
back surface
Superior
above
Inferior
below
Advanced Biology Ch. 8
1. motion... 2. heat production... 3. postur…
tendons
fascia
sarcolemma
What are the three general functions of muscles?
a tough, dense, fibrous connective tissue that attaches skele…
a fibrous connective tissue of varying thickness that covers…
a cell membrane that surrounds each skeletal muscle fiber
1. motion... 2. heat production... 3. postur…
What are the three general functions of muscles?
tendons
a tough, dense, fibrous connective tissue that attaches skele…
Advanced Biology Ch. 4
epithelial, connective, muscle, nervous
epithelial tissues
connective tissues
muscle tissues
What are the four basic categories of tissues?
covers body and organ surfaces, lines the inside walls of bod…
joins, supports, and protects body parts; most abundant tissu…
contracts to produce movement
epithelial, connective, muscle, nervous
What are the four basic categories of tissues?
epithelial tissues
covers body and organ surfaces, lines the inside walls of bod…
Advanced Biology Ch. 3
cell
cell membrane
nucleus
nucleoli
the basic structure and functional unit of the all living org…
gives form to the cell and controls passage of materials in a…
the large spherical or oval body usually located near the cen…
within the nucleus, one or more dense bodies; contains the su…
cell
the basic structure and functional unit of the all living org…
cell membrane
gives form to the cell and controls passage of materials in a…
Advanced Biology Ch. 1
anatomy
physiology
Hippocrates
Claudius Galen
deals with the "structure" of the human body and the relation…
concerned with the "functions" of the body
a Greek physician; the father of medicine; believed that dise…
a Greek; the most influential writer of all time on medical s…
anatomy
deals with the "structure" of the human body and the relation…
physiology
concerned with the "functions" of the body
Advanced Biology Ch. 2
elements
oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, and nitrogen
atoms
atomic mass
the simplest chemical substances
What are the four elements that compose over 95% of the body'…
make up each element; contains a nucleus with protons and neu…
the sum of protons and neutrons in a nucleus
elements
the simplest chemical substances
oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, and nitrogen
What are the four elements that compose over 95% of the body'…
13 terms
Vocab Module 1 - Apologia Advanced Biology: The Human Body
organ
Tissues
Homeostasis
Control center
a group of tissues specialized for a particular function
groups of cells forming various building materials of the body
a state of dynamic equilibrium in the body with respect to it…
the part of the body, either central nervous system or endocr…
organ
a group of tissues specialized for a particular function
Tissues
groups of cells forming various building materials of the body
Advanced Biology Ch. 7
articulations
arthrology
1. fibrous joints... 2. cartilaginous joi…
kinesiology
joints; allow movement; located between the bones
the study of joints
What are the three classification groups of joints?
the study of the functional relationship or biomechanics of t…
articulations
joints; allow movement; located between the bones
arthrology
the study of joints
Vocab Module 1 - Apologia Advanced Biology: The Human Body
organ
Tissues
Homeostasis
Control center
a group of tissues specialized for a particular function
groups of cells forming various building materials of the body
a state of dynamic equilibrium in the body with respect to it…
the part of the body, either central nervous system or endocr…
organ
a group of tissues specialized for a particular function
Tissues
groups of cells forming various building materials of the body
Advanced Biology Ch. 5
integument
1. helps to regulate certain body func…
1. paleness-signs of shock... 2. red, flu…
epidermis & dermis
skin
What are the functions, characteristics, and provisions of th…
What are some clues the skin can provide concerning certain b…
What are the two main layers of the skin?
integument
skin
1. helps to regulate certain body func…
What are the functions, characteristics, and provisions of th…
Advanced Biology Ch. 9
1. monitor changes within the body and…
1. the central nervous system... 2. the p…
the brain and the spinal cord
What are the three primary functions of the nervous system?
What are the two main divisions of the nervous system?
What does the central nervous system consists of?
1. monitor changes within the body and…
What are the three primary functions of the nervous system?
1. the central nervous system... 2. the p…
What are the two main divisions of the nervous system?
39 terms
Apologia Science: Advanced Biology/The Human Body: Module #7
Nerves
Ganglia
Spinal nerves
Cranial nerves
Bundles of axons and their sheaths which extend from the CNS.
Collections of neuron cell bodies which are outside of the CNS.
Nerves which originate from the spinal cord.
Nerves which originate from the brain.
Nerves
Bundles of axons and their sheaths which extend from the CNS.
Ganglia
Collections of neuron cell bodies which are outside of the CNS.
Advanced Biology Ch. 6
206
270
osteology
axial skeleton
How many bones make up the human adult skeletal system?
How many bones does the skeleton consist of at birth?
What is the study of bones in science called?
consists of the bones that form the vertical axis of the body…
206
How many bones make up the human adult skeletal system?
270
How many bones does the skeleton consist of at birth?
38 terms
Advanced - Body Parts in Spanish
el cuerpo humano
la cabeza
las orejas
el cuello
the human body
the head
the (outer) ears
the neck
el cuerpo humano
the human body
la cabeza
the head
Body (advanced)
blood
muscle
fist
vein
krew
mięsień
pięść
żyła
blood
krew
muscle
mięsień
body advanced
shoulders
ankles
toes
knees
קרסול
shoulders
ankles
קרסול
Body - advanced
foot
leg
hip
waist
stopa
noga
biodro
talia
foot
stopa
leg
noga
Advanced biology Body Regions, cavities, and organ system overview
Superior
Inferior
Anterior
Posterior
Above
Below
Towards the front surface of the body
Towards the back surface of the body
Superior
Above
Inferior
Below
13 terms
Advanced biology in creation the human body 2nd edition module 7 definitions
Nerves
Ganglia
Spinal Nerves
Cranial Nerves
Bundles of neuron axons and their coverings, which are found…
Collections of neuron cell bodies that are found outside the…
Nerves that originate from the spinal cord.
Nerves that originate from the brain.
Nerves
Bundles of neuron axons and their coverings, which are found…
Ganglia
Collections of neuron cell bodies that are found outside the…
Advanced Biology Semester Test Review: Unit 1: Basic Body Plan
Anatomy
Physiology
Pathology
List the 6 levels of Structural Organi…
study of internal morphology (structure)
study of anatomical function
cause and effects of diseases (errors in function)
Chemical... Cellular... Tissues... Organs... Systems... Organism
Anatomy
study of internal morphology (structure)
Physiology
study of anatomical function
Advanced Biology Ch. 10
neurology
the brain and the spinal cord
cranial and spinal nerves
autonomic nervous system (ANS)
The study of the nervous system.
What does the CNS consists of?
What does the PNS consists of?
Part of the PNS and is comprised of the sympathetic division…
neurology
The study of the nervous system.
the brain and the spinal cord
What does the CNS consists of?
Advanced Biology
Sponges
Cnidarians
Flatworms
Roundworms
Do not specialized tissue, do not have organs, not symmetrica…
Radial symmetry , tissues, but no organs, no heads, no segmen…
simple organs, bilateral symmetry, cephalized, no segments he…
More complex organs, bilateral, cephalized, cuticle, no segme…
Sponges
Do not specialized tissue, do not have organs, not symmetrica…
Cnidarians
Radial symmetry , tissues, but no organs, no heads, no segmen…
43 terms
Advanced Biology Quizzam: Directional Terms & Body Organization (9/20)
Ruffles have __________.... Stomachs have…
Normal Anatomical Position
In general, the word __________ refers…
__________ is the process of turning t…
Ridges... Rugae... Villi... Pappilae
Standing, feet together, arms at sides, palms forward
Prone
Pronation
Ruffles have __________.... Stomachs have…
Ridges... Rugae... Villi... Pappilae
Normal Anatomical Position
Standing, feet together, arms at sides, palms forward
9 terms
Advanced Biology - Module 1
gross anatomy
microscopic anatomy
physiology
histology
the study of the microscopic structures of an otganism
the study of the microscopic structures of an organism
the study of the function of an organism and its parts
the study of tissues
gross anatomy
the study of the microscopic structures of an otganism
microscopic anatomy
the study of the microscopic structures of an organism
62 terms
Apologia Advanced Biology Module 16
Spermatogenesis
Erection
Coitus
Emission
The process by which sperm forms in the testes
The enlarged, firm state of the penis that results as the ere…
Sexual intercourse, the process in which the erect penis ente…
Movement of the male reproductive secretions toward the urethra
Spermatogenesis
The process by which sperm forms in the testes
Erection
The enlarged, firm state of the penis that results as the ere…
41 terms
Apologia Advanced Biology Module 15
Retroperioneal
Erythropoiesis
Renal blood flow rate
Filtrate
Behind the parietal peritoneum
Production of red blood cells
The rate at which blood flows through the kidneys (1 liter/min)
Blood plasma minus proteins, filtered by the nephrons of the…
Retroperioneal
Behind the parietal peritoneum
Erythropoiesis
Production of red blood cells
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