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Anatomy 2
upper trapezius
trapezius
levator scapulae
latissimus dorsi
-Nerve:accessory nerve (motor)... -Actions: *scapula eleavtio…
-Origin spinous processes of vertebrae C1-T12... -Insertion ext…
-Origin:Posterior tubercles of transverse processes of C1 - C…
-Origin: Spinous processes of vertebrae T7-L5, thoracolumbar…
upper trapezius
-Nerve:accessory nerve (motor)... -Actions: *scapula eleavtio…
trapezius
-Origin spinous processes of vertebrae C1-T12... -Insertion ext…
725 terms
Anatomy 2
antebrachial fascia
axillary fascia
brachial fascia
deltoid fascia
antebrachial fascia
axillary fascia
11 terms
Eye Anatomy 2
sclera
cornea
choroid
iris
Identify A:
Identify B
Identify C:
Identify D
sclera
Identify A:
cornea
Identify B
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anatomy #2
soleus
Gastrocnemius
Tibialis Anterior
adductor Magnus
Plantar Flexion
plantar flexion
dorsiflexion
adduction
soleus
Plantar Flexion
Gastrocnemius
plantar flexion
37 terms
Anatomy- Heart 2
aortic arch
ascending aorta
brachiocephalic trunk
great cardiac vein
aortic arch
ascending aorta
37 terms
Ch. 2 Functional Anatomy
Muscles provide
2 Major types of Fiber Arrangements
Parallel Muscles : Flat
Parallel Muscles : Fusiform
- Movement... - Protection... - Dynamic Stability of Joints... - Postu…
- Parallel... - Pennate
Usually thin & broad... Allows them to spread their forces over…
Spindle shaped with a central belly... Ex: biceps
Muscles provide
- Movement... - Protection... - Dynamic Stability of Joints... - Postu…
2 Major types of Fiber Arrangements
- Parallel... - Pennate
79 terms
Unit 1 Language of Anatomy (2)
Anterior
Posterior
Inferior
Superior
Toward the front of the body
Toward the back of the body
Toward the feet
Toward the head
Anterior
Toward the front of the body
Posterior
Toward the back of the body
41 terms
Anatomy-Skeletal System-2
Ethmoid Bone
Frontal Bone
Mandible
Hyoid Bone
Ethmoid Bone
Frontal Bone
42 terms
Anatomy and Physiology (Q2)
Fibroblasts
Macrophages
Adipocytes
Mesenchymal
Secrete Matrix (Ex. scar tissue)
White blood cells, looks for pathogens or damaged cells (big…
Fat cells
Connective tissue stem cells, can turn into other cells
Fibroblasts
Secrete Matrix (Ex. scar tissue)
Macrophages
White blood cells, looks for pathogens or damaged cells (big…
40 terms
Anatomy Chapter 2
atom
carbohydrates
compound
electrolyte
smallest particle of an element that has the properties of th…
organic compound consisting of Carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen
substance composed of 2 or more chemically bonded elements
substance that ionizes in water solution
atom
smallest particle of an element that has the properties of th…
carbohydrates
organic compound consisting of Carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen
78 terms
Anatomy Unit 2 Test
Cell Cycle
What types of cells go through the cel…
What happens during the cell cycle?
Interphase
a series of events that cells go through as they grow and div…
Somatic cells (all cells in the body except sex cells)
The cell grows. It replicates its DNA and it divides into two…
The first phase of the cell cycle and the longest. Growth and…
Cell Cycle
a series of events that cells go through as they grow and div…
What types of cells go through the cel…
Somatic cells (all cells in the body except sex cells)
131 terms
Anatomy 2
3 parts of a human cell
Nucleus
Nuclear membrane/envelope
Nucleoli
Plasma membrane, cytoplasm, nucleus
Control center of the cell; contains DNA, the genetic material
Double membrane barrier with pores, selectively permeable, en…
Ribosome assembly sites
3 parts of a human cell
Plasma membrane, cytoplasm, nucleus
Nucleus
Control center of the cell; contains DNA, the genetic material
83 terms
anatomy 2
functions of the skeletal system
lever system
functions of cartilage
tendons
- ridged but not brittle... - provides framework for the body... -…
muscles move our bones for more movement
- more flexible and not as ridged as bone... - model for bone gr…
attach the muscle to the ligament
functions of the skeletal system
- ridged but not brittle... - provides framework for the body... -…
lever system
muscles move our bones for more movement
13 terms
Anatomy 2
Digital
Fibular
Inguinal
Nasal
fingers or toes
side of leg
groin
Nose
Digital
fingers or toes
Fibular
side of leg
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anatomy2
teres minor
supraspinatus
subscapularis(front view)
acromion
teres minor
supraspinatus
12 terms
Anatomy 2
Skeletal Muscle
Epimysium
Aponeurosis
Tendon
Where: an internal organ attached to bone throughout the skel…
Where: Outermost layer of dense irregular connective tissue s…
Where: End of the muscle where attaches to bone... Made of: Deli…
Where is it? At the end of muscle where it attaches to bone... W…
Skeletal Muscle
Where: an internal organ attached to bone throughout the skel…
Epimysium
Where: Outermost layer of dense irregular connective tissue s…
10 terms
anatomy 2
Atom
Cell
Organ
Organism
the smallest part of the element
tiny part of all organisms
a group of tissues, like heart and stomach
System - any form of life
Atom
the smallest part of the element
Cell
tiny part of all organisms
38 terms
Anatomy 2
A basement membrane occurs between
A gland that secretes into ducts openi…
cardiac muscle is found in the wall of
cartilage tissues are likely to be slo…
epithelial tissue and connective tissue
exocrine glands
heart
they lack direct blood supply
A basement membrane occurs between
epithelial tissue and connective tissue
A gland that secretes into ducts openi…
exocrine glands
31 terms
Anatomy 2 Practical 1
Wing or Ala
Iliac Crest
Anterior Superior Iliac Spine
Anterior Inferior Iliac Spine
Wing or Ala
Iliac Crest
173 terms
Anatomy 2
Scapula
Spine
Acromion
Caracoid process
Shoulder blade, posterior side of the rib cage
Located on the posterior side of the scapula
Forms a covering over the superior side of the shoulder joint…
attachment point for ligaments of the shoulder joint and the…
Scapula
Shoulder blade, posterior side of the rib cage
Spine
Located on the posterior side of the scapula
133 terms
Anatomy 2
2 major divisions of the skeleton
axial skeleton
parts of the axial skeleton
parts of appendicular skeleton
axial... appendicular
form frame work and supports and protects organs
skull... vertebral column... bony thorax... thoracic cage
pectoral girdle... pelvic girdle... appendages
2 major divisions of the skeleton
axial... appendicular
axial skeleton
form frame work and supports and protects organs
172 terms
Anatomy 2
Components of the Intugementary System
Two Layers of the Skin
Two Layers of Dermis
Structures in the Dermis
Skin, Glands, Nails and Hair
Epidermis and Dermis
Papillary and Reticular Layer
Blood Vessels, Collagenous Fibers, and Nerves
Components of the Intugementary System
Skin, Glands, Nails and Hair
Two Layers of the Skin
Epidermis and Dermis
227 terms
Anatomy2
Types of Muscle Tissues
Functions of all Muscles
Excitability
Contractibility
Skeletal... Muscle... Cardiac
Excitability... Contractibility... Extensibility... Elasticity
response to stimuli
shorten or exert tension
Types of Muscle Tissues
Skeletal... Muscle... Cardiac
Functions of all Muscles
Excitability... Contractibility... Extensibility... Elasticity
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2 anatomy tissue
simple cuboidal epithelium description
simple cuboidal epithelium function
simple columnar epithelium description
simple columnar epithelium function
square shape
absorption and secretion
column shaped
absorption, secret mucus
simple cuboidal epithelium description
square shape
simple cuboidal epithelium function
absorption and secretion
267 terms
anatomy 2
dermis
three layers of the dermis
papilary
dermal papillae
highly vascularized (bv), strong/flexible, sweat/oil glands,…
papilary and dermal papillae and reticular layer
bv/areolar connectibe tissue(wavy)
piglike projections, nerve endsing, meissners corpuscles (tou…
dermis
highly vascularized (bv), strong/flexible, sweat/oil glands,…
three layers of the dermis
papilary and dermal papillae and reticular layer
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Anatomy #2
Cell theory
Cell theory
Cell theory
Cell theory
Cells are the building blocks of all plants and animals
Cells are the smallest functioning units of life
Cells are produced through the division of preexisting cells
Each cell maintains homeostasis
Cell theory
Cells are the building blocks of all plants and animals
Cell theory
Cells are the smallest functioning units of life
30 terms
Anatomy - Unit 2 - Tissues
Epithelial Tissue
Connective Tissue
Muscular Tissue
Nervous Tissue
A body tissue that covers the surfaces of the body, inside an…
A type of tissue that consists of separate cells held togethe…
elongated cells that are specialized to contract in response…
tissue that conducts electrochemical impulses
Epithelial Tissue
A body tissue that covers the surfaces of the body, inside an…
Connective Tissue
A type of tissue that consists of separate cells held togethe…
353 terms
Stonebraker Sem 2 Anatomy Final
Zygote
Cleavage
Morula
Blastula
fertilized egg
rapid equal cell division, no growth, smaller and smaller
raspberry (~16 cells, 3 days)
hollow ball (day 4, implantation)
Zygote
fertilized egg
Cleavage
rapid equal cell division, no growth, smaller and smaller
50 terms
Blood Anatomy 2
Composition of Blood
Blood
Plasma
55% of whole blood
varies in color from bright red to dull brick red
Fluid Connective Tissue because of fibers that form during cl…
nonliving fluid matrix containing nutrients, gases, hormones,…
plasma
Composition of Blood
varies in color from bright red to dull brick red
Blood
Fluid Connective Tissue because of fibers that form during cl…
36 terms
Anatomy Muscles, Anatomy 2
Recurrent branch of median nerve
Ulnar nerve ... Superifical branch covere…
Median nerve... turns into Anterior Inter…
Radial nerve ... ECRL, BR,An, TB
OAF (AF brevis) of thumb
.5Flexor Digitorum Profundus (+Ant Int)... 1. Flexor Carpi Ulnar…
1. Pronator teres (pronate + flex arm)... 2. Flexor Carpi Radial…
1. Triceps brachii (Infraglenoid, PostSup, PostInf to olecran…
Recurrent branch of median nerve
OAF (AF brevis) of thumb
Ulnar nerve ... Superifical branch covere…
.5Flexor Digitorum Profundus (+Ant Int)... 1. Flexor Carpi Ulnar…
115 terms
Anatomy final #2
nasal cavity
Hard palate
Nostril
Pharynx
L
nasal cavity
Hard palate
34 terms
Anatomie 2
Nennen Sie die 7 Knochen der Orbita
Was ist das Bellsche Phänomen?
Zählen Sie die Funktionen der Augenlie…
Erkären Sie den Tränenfilm. Mit Skizze.
Jochbein... Stirnbein... Keilbein... Tränenbein... Siebbein... Gaumenbein... Ob…
Augenverdrehung nach oben 15° nach außen
Schutz vor Fremdkörpern und mech. Einwirkung... Schutz vor Licht…
Nennen Sie die 7 Knochen der Orbita
Jochbein... Stirnbein... Keilbein... Tränenbein... Siebbein... Gaumenbein... Ob…
Was ist das Bellsche Phänomen?
Augenverdrehung nach oben 15° nach außen
568 terms
Unit 2 Anatomy 2015
Suprasternal Notch (jugular notch)
Clavicle
Manubrium
Sternal angle
Identify the structure
Identify the structure
Identify the structure
Identify the structure
Suprasternal Notch (jugular notch)
Identify the structure
Clavicle
Identify the structure
373 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 2
chemistry
matter
mass
weight
the science of the structure and interactions of matter
anything that occupies space and has mass
the amount of matter in any object
the force of gravity acting on matter
chemistry
the science of the structure and interactions of matter
matter
anything that occupies space and has mass
109 terms
Anatomy Lecture Exam #2
hypothalamus
pons
thalamus
medulla
autonomic nervous system, motivation, pituitary gland, and me…
relay for cerebellum
sorting room for signals
heart rate, breathing, and blood pressure
hypothalamus
autonomic nervous system, motivation, pituitary gland, and me…
pons
relay for cerebellum
45 terms
Anatomy #2
Loose connective tissue
types of loose connective tissue
mainly ground substance (empty space i…
dense connective tissue
mainly ground substance (empty space in histological fixation)
areolar tissue & reticular tissue
Loose connective tissue
has many fibers
Loose connective tissue
mainly ground substance (empty space in histological fixation)
types of loose connective tissue
areolar tissue & reticular tissue
10 terms
Anatomy Vocab 2
Anatomical Position
Supine
Prone
Abdominopelvic Quadrants
Feet together, palms foward, hands at side
Lying down in anatomical Position facing up
Lying down in anatomical Position facing down
Left Upper Quadrant/Right... Left Lower Quadrant/... Right
Anatomical Position
Feet together, palms foward, hands at side
Supine
Lying down in anatomical Position facing up
16 terms
anatomy 2 test 2 arteries
internal carotid
external carotid
left common carotid
brachiocephalic
internal carotid
external carotid
52 terms
Anatomy Language 2
hypertonic
hypotonic
isotonic
nuclear envelope
Having greater concentration of solute than another solution
Having a lower concentration of solute than another solution
Having the same solute concentration as another solution.
Double membrane barrier surrounds nucleus
hypertonic
Having greater concentration of solute than another solution
hypotonic
Having a lower concentration of solute than another solution
42 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 2
Endocrine
Respiratory
Muscular
Integument
main system that secretes regulating hormones
exchange of gases between the atmosphere and the blood
maintains posture, movement and generates most body heat. mov…
provides an outer covering of the body
Endocrine
main system that secretes regulating hormones
Respiratory
exchange of gases between the atmosphere and the blood
30 terms
Muscle Anatomy Part 2
Biceps brachii
Brachialis
Brachioradialis
Triceps brachii
Biceps brachii
Brachialis
16 terms
anatomy 2
37. adductor longus... 38. iliopsoas... 39.…
13. subscapularis... 14. biceps brachii l…
24. iliacus... 25. tensor fascia latea
26. splenius capitus... 27. trapezius... 28.…
37. adductor longus... 38. iliopsoas... 39.…
13. subscapularis... 14. biceps brachii l…
25 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Lesson 2
Yellow bone marrow
Red bone marrow
Calcium
Osteoporosis
Kind of bone marrow in which lipids (fats) are stored
Kind of bone marrow in which blood cells are made
A mineral stored in your bones that helps to keep your heart…
A disease that results in weak bones with lots of tiny holes…
Yellow bone marrow
Kind of bone marrow in which lipids (fats) are stored
Red bone marrow
Kind of bone marrow in which blood cells are made
70 terms
2-4: Brain Anatomy
Brain Tissue
brain weight
gyrus
sulcus
-Housed in the cavity created by the cranial bones... -Smaller i…
Approximately 3 lbs, or 2% of a person's body weight and smal…
Elevated folds (wrinkle of the brain)
Shallow grooves/furrows that separate gyri.
Brain Tissue
-Housed in the cavity created by the cranial bones... -Smaller i…
brain weight
Approximately 3 lbs, or 2% of a person's body weight and smal…
15 terms
Anatomy2
Body
C-6... Red- vertebral arch... Yellow- Pedicl…
C-6... Green- spinous process... Red- Transv…
C-6... Red- cranial processes... Green- Caud…
colors and space
Body
C-6... Red- vertebral arch... Yellow- Pedicl…
colors and space
311 terms
Anatomy 2 - Diagrams
Body of prostate
Vesicular gland
Ampulla
Ureter
Name M1
Name M2
Name M3
Name M4
Body of prostate
Name M1
Vesicular gland
Name M2
222 terms
Anatomy 2 Practical 1
superior vena cava*
ascending aorta*
aortic arch
pulmonary trunk*
3
4
5
10
superior vena cava*
3
ascending aorta*
4
12 terms
Anatomy 2
ab
blasto
colo
ectasia/estasis
from
embryonic form
colon
dilation/stretch
ab
from
blasto
embryonic form
9 terms
anatomy 2
erector spinae
quadratus lumborum
transversus abdominus
external oblique
erector spinae
quadratus lumborum
75 terms
Anatomy 2
Levels of Organization
Anatomy vs Physiology
Superior vs Inferior
Anterior vs Posterior
Atoms, molecules, cells, tissue, organ, organ system, whole o…
study of structure of organism... vs... Study of function... structure…
cephalic/above vs caudal/below
front vs back
Levels of Organization
Atoms, molecules, cells, tissue, organ, organ system, whole o…
Anatomy vs Physiology
study of structure of organism... vs... Study of function... structure…
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