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Anatomy Chapter 2-4
Deoxyribonucleic Acid
Watson, Franklin, Crick
Deoxyribose Sugar and Phosphate
Adenine, Thymine, Guanine, Cytosine
What do the letters DNA stand for?
Three scientists are given credit for discovering the ... struct…
The "backbone" of the DNA molecule is made up of two... componen…
There are four different variations of these monomers (four d…
Deoxyribonucleic Acid
What do the letters DNA stand for?
Watson, Franklin, Crick
Three scientists are given credit for discovering the ... struct…
58 terms
Anatomy 4
endomysium
fascicle
the tissue that binds muscle into func…
perimysium
B... [Note: the picture is the exact one that used on the previo…
D
A
E
endomysium
B... [Note: the picture is the exact one that used on the previo…
fascicle
D
561 terms
Anatomy 4
anterior superior iliac spine
T11
pubic crest
pubic tubercle
vertebral level of esophagogastric junction
anterior superior iliac spine
T11
vertebral level of esophagogastric junction
113 terms
Anatomy 4
9 Regions of the Abdomen
Palpable Surface Anatomy
Anterior Abdominal Cavity Borders
Functions of the Abdominal Wall
R. Hypochondriac... R Lumbar ... R Iliac... Epigastric... Umbilical... Hypog…
-Umbilicus: vertebral level L3-L4, innervation from T10... -Line…
From: Costal arch coming from ribs 6-10 and xyphoid process... T…
1. Protection and stabilization of abdominal contents... 2. Trun…
9 Regions of the Abdomen
R. Hypochondriac... R Lumbar ... R Iliac... Epigastric... Umbilical... Hypog…
Palpable Surface Anatomy
-Umbilicus: vertebral level L3-L4, innervation from T10... -Line…
93 terms
Anatomy 4
Neurocranium
viscerocranium
Frontal Sinus
Ethmoid Sinus
Orange part
Neurocranium
viscerocranium
Orange part
29 terms
Anatomy 4&5
epitelial, connective, muscle, and neu…
Connective tissue
elastic fibers, reticular fibers, coll…
Four major types of tissues
Which major type of tissue gives more support and protection…
3 kinds of fibers found in connective tissue
epitelial, connective, muscle, and neu…
Four major types of tissues
Connective tissue
Which major type of tissue gives more support and protection…
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Anatomy 4
Where is the deep inguinal ring in rel…
what are the boundaries of the Inguina…
what does the Scrotal Ligament/round l…
what is the processus vaginalis
lateral... extraperitoneal structures
anterior: Ext. Oblique - reinforced laterally by int. oblique…
gubernaculum
pouch of peritoneum that extends into developing labium majus…
Where is the deep inguinal ring in rel…
lateral... extraperitoneal structures
what are the boundaries of the Inguina…
anterior: Ext. Oblique - reinforced laterally by int. oblique…
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anatomy 4
Gastrocnemius
Tibialis anterior
Extensor hallucis longus
Extensor digitorum longus
Gastrocnemius
Tibialis anterior
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Anatomy Unit 4: Histology
Neurons
Neuroglial Cells
Dendrites
Axon
a specialized cell transmitting nerve impulses; a nerve cell
a class of cells in the brain and spinal cord that form a sup…
a short branched extension of a nerve cell that receives elec…
the long threadlike part of a nerve cell that moves signal do…
Neurons
a specialized cell transmitting nerve impulses; a nerve cell
Neuroglial Cells
a class of cells in the brain and spinal cord that form a sup…
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Anatomy 4
ANS
Visceral Motor Division
Two divisions of ANS
Sympathetic
Autonomic Nervous System
ANS, innervates smooth muscle, cardiac muscle, and glands of…
Sympathetic and Parasympathetic... Both innervate visceral tissu…
Fight/Flight/Fear/Fun
ANS
Autonomic Nervous System
Visceral Motor Division
ANS, innervates smooth muscle, cardiac muscle, and glands of…
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4 - Skin - Anatomy & Physiology
body membranes
epithelial membranes
cutaneous membranes
mucous membrane
tissue linings of body cavities and coverings of internal org…
composed of epithelial tissue and an underlying layer of conn…
primary organ of the integumentary system characterized by la…
the layer of epithelial tissue that covers internal surfaces…
body membranes
tissue linings of body cavities and coverings of internal org…
epithelial membranes
composed of epithelial tissue and an underlying layer of conn…
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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…
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Anatomy Chapter 4 & 5
lamellated corpuscle
Cartilage
Smooth muscle tissue
chondroitin sulfate
A receptor sensitive to vibration.
A connective tissue with a gelatinous matrix that contains an…
Muscle tissue in the walls of many visceral organs; character…
The predominant proteoglycan in cartilage, responsible for th…
lamellated corpuscle
A receptor sensitive to vibration.
Cartilage
A connective tissue with a gelatinous matrix that contains an…
137 terms
Anatomy 4
Thoracic Cage
True Ribs
False Ribs
Floating Ribs
1. Composed of ... -ribs... -vertebra... -sternum... -intercostal muscles…
-ribs 1-7... -articulate via costal cartilages with the sternum
-ribs 8-10... -articulate via costal arches
-ribs 11-12
Thoracic Cage
1. Composed of ... -ribs... -vertebra... -sternum... -intercostal muscles…
True Ribs
-ribs 1-7... -articulate via costal cartilages with the sternum
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Anatomy Chapter #4, Anatomy- Chapter 4, Skin anatomy
Tissue
4 Basic Tissue Types
Epithelial Tissue
Simple
A group of cells similar in structure that perform a common f…
Epithelial, Connective, Muscle, Nervous
-epithelium: sheet of cells that cover a body surface or line…
contains a single layer of cells, with each cell attached to…
Tissue
A group of cells similar in structure that perform a common f…
4 Basic Tissue Types
Epithelial, Connective, Muscle, Nervous
561 terms
Anatomy 4
anterior superior iliac spine
T11
pubic crest
pubic tubercle
vertebral level of esophagogastric junction
anterior superior iliac spine
T11
vertebral level of esophagogastric junction
561 terms
Anatomy 4
anterior superior iliac spine
T11
pubic crest
pubic tubercle
vertebral level of esophagogastric junction
anterior superior iliac spine
T11
vertebral level of esophagogastric junction
20 terms
Anatomy 4
precentral gyrus
postcentral gyrus
central sulcus
lateral sulcus
precentral gyrus
postcentral gyrus
30 terms
Anatomy #4
CNS-Central nervous system (CNS)
4 things in PNS-Peripheral nervous sys…
3 divisions of the PNS and be able to…
3 functions of nervous system
consists of brain and spinal cord, brain contains about 100 b…
1) nerves (called tracts in CNS)... bundle of hundreds of thousa…
1) somatic nervous system (SNS)... neurons convey information fr…
1)Sensory function: receptors detect stimuli (internal or ext…
CNS-Central nervous system (CNS)
consists of brain and spinal cord, brain contains about 100 b…
4 things in PNS-Peripheral nervous sys…
1) nerves (called tracts in CNS)... bundle of hundreds of thousa…
347 terms
Anatomy #4
orbital plate of frontal bone
frontal sinus of frontal bone
supraorbital notch of frontal bone
parietal bone
orbital plate of frontal bone
frontal sinus of frontal bone
507 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 4
tissue
histology
pathologist
epithelial tissues... connective tissue... m…
group of cells that usually have a common origin in an embryo…
science that deals with the study of tissues
a physician who specializes in the laboratory studies of cell…
what are the four types of body tissues?
tissue
group of cells that usually have a common origin in an embryo…
histology
science that deals with the study of tissues
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Anatomy 4
biological functions of larynx
speech functions of larynx
hyoid bone
cricoid cartilage
-protects airway... -cough reflux > for when food enters airway…
phonation... -production of sound by vocal folds
-corpus... -greater horn... -lesser horn
-anterior arch... -posterior quadrate lamina
biological functions of larynx
-protects airway... -cough reflux > for when food enters airway…
speech functions of larynx
phonation... -production of sound by vocal folds
30 terms
Anatomy #4
CNS-Central nervous system (CNS)
4 things in PNS-Peripheral nervous sys…
3 divisions of the PNS and be able to…
3 functions of nervous system
consists of brain and spinal cord, brain contains about 100 b…
1) nerves (called tracts in CNS)... bundle of hundreds of thousa…
1) somatic nervous system (SNS)... neurons convey information fr…
1)Sensory function: receptors detect stimuli (internal or ext…
CNS-Central nervous system (CNS)
consists of brain and spinal cord, brain contains about 100 b…
4 things in PNS-Peripheral nervous sys…
1) nerves (called tracts in CNS)... bundle of hundreds of thousa…
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Anatomy 4
tissue
Epithelial tissue
Connective tissue
muscular tissue
A group of similar cells and their intercellular substance jo…
The tissue that forms the innermost and outermost surfaces of…
protect and support the body and its organ. Various types of…
composed of cells specialized for contraction and generation…
tissue
A group of similar cells and their intercellular substance jo…
Epithelial tissue
The tissue that forms the innermost and outermost surfaces of…
38 terms
anatomy 4
classes of hormones
positive vs negative feedback loop
thyroid gland
parathyroid gland
peptide- most typle, from chanins amino acids, long=protein h…
p- speeding up process, baby sucking on boob... n- causes proces…
largest gland completely devoted to endocrine, 2 highly vascu…
small gland on posterior side of thyroid, 2 cell types... chief…
classes of hormones
peptide- most typle, from chanins amino acids, long=protein h…
positive vs negative feedback loop
p- speeding up process, baby sucking on boob... n- causes proces…
46 terms
Muscle Anatomy Lab Quiz #4
Temporalis
Masseter
Trapezius
Frontalis
Temporalis
Masseter
Trapezius
Frontalis
Temporalis
Temporalis
Masseter
Masseter
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Anatomy Chapter 4
Epithelial Tissue is catagorized by wh…
Simple Squamous
Stratifies Squamous
Simple Cuboidal
shape and # of layers
(EPETHELIAL) one layer of flattened cells. In blood capilarie…
(EPETHELIAL)many layers of flat cells. Skin and body orfices
(EPETHELIAL)One layer of cube shaped cells. Secreting glands,…
Epithelial Tissue is catagorized by wh…
shape and # of layers
Simple Squamous
(EPETHELIAL) one layer of flattened cells. In blood capilarie…
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Strand 4: Anatomy and Physiology
axon
hemoglobin
insulin
cholesterol
long fiber that carries electrical impulses away from the ner…
specialized protein that carries oxygen on red blood cells
protein hormone that helps to decrease blood sugar
specialized lipid that is used in cell membranes and making h…
axon
long fiber that carries electrical impulses away from the ner…
hemoglobin
specialized protein that carries oxygen on red blood cells
13 terms
Anatomy 4
Integumentary System
Epidermis layers
Dermis
Hypodermis/Subcutaneous layer
It covers the entire body, a surface area of 20.8 square feet…
1. Stratum Basale- Also called germinativum because it's th…
1. Papillary layer-Upper 20% areolar CT... Dermal papillae=…
Mainly consists of adipose. For histology: very light stainin…
Integumentary System
It covers the entire body, a surface area of 20.8 square feet…
Epidermis layers
1. Stratum Basale- Also called germinativum because it's th…
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Anatomy Exam 4
Resting Membrane Potential
Graded Potential
Depolarization
Hyperpolarization
Electrochemical gradient that exists within the neuron... -70mV
Temporary, localized change in membrane potential
Membrane becomes more +, or less -... -70mV ---> -60mV
Membrane becomes more -, or less +... -70mV ---> -80mV
Resting Membrane Potential
Electrochemical gradient that exists within the neuron... -70mV
Graded Potential
Temporary, localized change in membrane potential
45 terms
Anatomy Chapter 2-4
Deoxyribonucleic Acid
Watson, Franklin, Crick
Deoxyribose Sugar and Phosphate
Adenine, Thymine, Guanine, Cytosine
What do the letters DNA stand for?
Three scientists are given credit for discovering the ... struct…
The "backbone" of the DNA molecule is made up of two... componen…
There are four different variations of these monomers (four d…
Deoxyribonucleic Acid
What do the letters DNA stand for?
Watson, Franklin, Crick
Three scientists are given credit for discovering the ... struct…
95 terms
Anatomy Lecture Exam #4
What is a good landmark for the superi…
what is referred pain
6 f's... (what may cause an enlarged abdo…
what is peritonitis
bottom of the trachea or carina
pain away from actual site of injury
fat, food, fetus, fluid, feces, flatus
inflammation of the peritoneum
What is a good landmark for the superi…
bottom of the trachea or carina
what is referred pain
pain away from actual site of injury
220 terms
speech anatomy 4
structures of hearing
parts of ear
major divisions of the ear
outer ear
-This subsystem is very important for communication ... -Humans…
-includes the portion of the ear that we see--> the pinna/aur…
structures of hearing
-This subsystem is very important for communication ... -Humans…
parts of ear
9 terms
U4 Anatomy - Posterior mediastinum
Mediastinum is subdivided into the sup…
Contractions of the esophagus are cont…
Small bilateral branches to the esopha…
The origin and course of the left recu…
sternal angle... Tv4/Tv5
...
general visceral (GVA) afferent nerve fibers
...
Mediastinum is subdivided into the sup…
sternal angle... Tv4/Tv5
Contractions of the esophagus are cont…
...
208 terms
Anatomy Unit 4
ethmoid bone
Inferior nasal conchae
Maxillae
• Angio
The lowermost scroll-shaped bones on the sidewalls of the nas…
E
(blood or lymph) vessel
ethmoid bone
Inferior nasal conchae
The lowermost scroll-shaped bones on the sidewalls of the nas…
61 terms
NASM CPT 4 - Muscle Anatomy
ANTERIOR TIBIALIS
POSTERIOR TIBIALIS
SOLEUS
GASTROCNEMIUS
(Lower Leg)
(Lower Leg)
(Lower Leg)
(Lower Leg)
ANTERIOR TIBIALIS
(Lower Leg)
POSTERIOR TIBIALIS
(Lower Leg)
56 terms
Practical 4 gross anatomy
Epicranius (front)
Orbicularius oculi
Zygomaticus
Orbicularius oris
Epicranius (front)
Orbicularius oculi
166 terms
Anatomy Lab Exam #4
xiphoid process
costal margin
iliac crest
anterior superior iliac spine
inguinal ligament attaches here
xiphoid process
costal margin
90 terms
Anatomy Ch. 4 (for exam)
simple squamous
simple cuboidal
simple columnar
pseudostratified
name the type of epithelial tissue
name the type of epithelial tissue
name the type of epithelial tissue
name the type of epithelial tissue
simple squamous
name the type of epithelial tissue
simple cuboidal
name the type of epithelial tissue
354 terms
Anatomy 123456 4
Epicranius Muscle
Orbicularis oculi
Buccinator
Orbicularis Oris
*A- Closes the eye
*A- Compresses the cheek
*A- Closes the mouth
Epicranius Muscle
Orbicularis oculi
*A- Closes the eye
57 terms
Anatomy 4 (muscles)
epicranius frontal belly
epicranius occipital belly
orbicularis oculi
zygomaticus major
raise eyebrows and wrinkle forehead skin horizontally
fixes aponeurosis & pulls scalp posteriorly
closes eyes; blinking, squinting, & draws eyebrows inferiorly
raises lateral corners of mouth upward (smiling muscles)
epicranius frontal belly
raise eyebrows and wrinkle forehead skin horizontally
epicranius occipital belly
fixes aponeurosis & pulls scalp posteriorly
48 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 4
Anatomy
Physiology
Atoms
Cells
The study of the structure and shape of the body and its part…
The study of how the body and its parts work or function.
The building blocks of matter that combine to form molecules…
The smallest unit of living things.
Anatomy
The study of the structure and shape of the body and its part…
Physiology
The study of how the body and its parts work or function.
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Word Anatomy Chapter 4
hist/o
Epithelial tissue
Connective Tissue
Circulating connective tissue (blood a…
tissue... Example: Histology is the study of tissues
covers body surfaces; closely packed cells with minimal matri…
the supporting fabric of all parts of the body, contains wide…
cells are separated by a highly fluid matrix--blood [plasma]…
hist/o
tissue... Example: Histology is the study of tissues
Epithelial tissue
covers body surfaces; closely packed cells with minimal matri…
75 terms
Anatomy 4
What phase is estrogen highest? what d…
What are the two phases of ovulation?
What phase is progesterone highest? Wh…
What hormone gets spiked up during ovu…
Follicular phase, about 7-14 days
Luteal phase, and follicular phase
Luteal phase, about 15-24 days
LH
What phase is estrogen highest? what d…
Follicular phase, about 7-14 days
What are the two phases of ovulation?
Luteal phase, and follicular phase
85 terms
Apologia Anatomy Module 4
osteoblast
osteocyte
osteoclast
protein (collagen) in the extracellula…
bone forming cell
a mature bone cell surrounded by bone matrix
a large, multinucleated cell that breaks down bone
what gives bone tissue flexibility and tensile strength?
osteoblast
bone forming cell
osteocyte
a mature bone cell surrounded by bone matrix
113 terms
Anatomy- Chapter 4
What is Histology?
Epithelial Tissue
Connective Tissue
Muscle Tissue
the study of the microscopic structure of tissues.
covers surfaces; lines insides of organs or body cavities
protects, binds together, and supports organs
facilitates movement of skeleton or organ walls
What is Histology?
the study of the microscopic structure of tissues.
Epithelial Tissue
covers surfaces; lines insides of organs or body cavities
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Anatomy Practical 4
stimulus > sensory receptor > sensory…
superior nasal concha
cribriform plate
olfactory foramina
components of the reflex arc
stimulus > sensory receptor > sensory…
components of the reflex arc
superior nasal concha
42 terms
Anatomy Chapter 4
epithelial
connective
muscle
nervous
gate keepers, "free - edge"
ties together, binds, protects
contractile, movement, posture, temperarture
made up of 20% neurons/80% neuroglia
epithelial
gate keepers, "free - edge"
connective
ties together, binds, protects
61 terms
Anatomy 4
What do non- specific defenses do?
Name the seven non- specific defenses.
What are the physical barriers?
What are the phagocytes?
Attack any and every foreign invader
1. Physical barriers... 2. Phagocytes... 3. Natural Killer Cells... 4.…
Skin, mucous membranes, saliva, tears, cilia, nasal hair, gas…
Neutrophils & Eosinophils
What do non- specific defenses do?
Attack any and every foreign invader
Name the seven non- specific defenses.
1. Physical barriers... 2. Phagocytes... 3. Natural Killer Cells... 4.…
51 terms
Anatomy Lecture 3 & 4
pectoral girdle
clavicle
upper extremity
pelvic girdle
supports the arm, 4 bones 2 clavicle and 2 scapula
most frequently broken bone in the body, sternal and acromial…
brachium(humerus), antebrachium(ulna and radius) , carpus(wri…
supports the trunk on legs, encloses and protects the viscera…
pectoral girdle
supports the arm, 4 bones 2 clavicle and 2 scapula
clavicle
most frequently broken bone in the body, sternal and acromial…
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