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Anatomy Chapter 9 Study Guide
Another name for a voluntary muscle is…
Intercalated disks are found in ______…
Which type of muscle tissue contains s…
Another name for visceral muscle is __…
skeletal and striated
cardiac
cardiac, voluntary, skeletal
smooth
Another name for a voluntary muscle is…
skeletal and striated
Intercalated disks are found in ______…
cardiac
Anatomy Chapter 9 Study Guide
Ear
Brain and spinal cord
Nerves that extend to the outlying par…
Subdivision of the PNS
Sense Organ
Central Nervous System
PNS
ANS
Ear
Sense Organ
Brain and spinal cord
Central Nervous System
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Chapter 9: Anatomy Study Guide
skeletal muscle
Fascia
tendon
aponeurosis
An organ of the muscular system;... Usually attached to bones, V…
dense connective tissue that separates individual skeletal mu…
a cord-like structure that consists of dense connective tissu…
a sheetlike structure composed of dense connective tissue
skeletal muscle
An organ of the muscular system;... Usually attached to bones, V…
Fascia
dense connective tissue that separates individual skeletal mu…
Anatomy Chapter 9 Study Guide
The sense of hearing can be classified…
The sense of sight can be classified a…
General sense can be found in the high…
Is this boring?
Mechanoreceptor
photoreceptor
the skin
Maybe ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡° )
The sense of hearing can be classified…
Mechanoreceptor
The sense of sight can be classified a…
photoreceptor
25 terms
Anatomy Chapter 9 Study Guide
synarthrosis
amphiarthrosis
diarthrosis
synarthrosis
An immovable joint is a(n)
A slightly movable joint is a(n)
A freely movable joint is a(n)
A suture is an example of a(n)
synarthrosis
An immovable joint is a(n)
amphiarthrosis
A slightly movable joint is a(n)
81 terms
Anatomy Chapter 9 Study Guide
the term general senses refers to sens…
the special senses refer to
receptors for special senses are located
the general senses
temperature, paint, touch, pressure, vibration, and proprioce…
balance, taste, smell, hearing, and vision
in specific sense organs
involve receptors that are relatively simple
the term general senses refers to sens…
temperature, paint, touch, pressure, vibration, and proprioce…
the special senses refer to
balance, taste, smell, hearing, and vision
91 terms
Chapter 9 Anatomy Study Guide
the endocrine system
Hormones
Areas controlled by hormones.
Are produced by specialized cells?
1. second messenger system of the body... 2. Uses chemical messe…
chemical messengers that are released into the blood.
1.Reproduction... 2.Growth and Development... 3.Mobilization of bod…
Hormones
the endocrine system
1. second messenger system of the body... 2. Uses chemical messe…
Hormones
chemical messengers that are released into the blood.
25 terms
Anatomy Chapter 9 Study Guide
synarthrosis
amphiarthrosis
diarthrosis
synarthrosis
An immovable joint is a(n)
A slightly movable joint is a(n)
A freely movable joint is a(n)
A suture is an example of a(n)
synarthrosis
An immovable joint is a(n)
amphiarthrosis
A slightly movable joint is a(n)
25 terms
Anatomy Chapter 9 Study Guide
synarthrosis
amphiarthrosis
diarthrosis
synarthrosis
An immovable joint is a(n)
A slightly movable joint is a(n)
A freely movable joint is a(n)
A suture is an example of a(n)
synarthrosis
An immovable joint is a(n)
amphiarthrosis
A slightly movable joint is a(n)
35 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 9 Study Guide
Bony Joint/Synostosis
Fibrous Joint/Synostosis
Cartilaginous Joint/Amphiarthrosis
Synovial Joint/Diarthrosis
two bones fuse together so tightly to become one bone; sacrum…
joints held together by collage fibers; don't move; but still…
two bones join together by cartilage; cartilaginous bone; a l…
have large range of motion, fluid to lubricate joint elbow, s…
Bony Joint/Synostosis
two bones fuse together so tightly to become one bone; sacrum…
Fibrous Joint/Synostosis
joints held together by collage fibers; don't move; but still…
Chapter 9 Anatomy Study Guide
joint
cartilaginous joints
fibrous joints
synovial joints
A ________ is a point of contact between two bones, between b…
there is no synovial cavity and the bones are held together b…
there is no synovial cavity and the bones are held together b…
The bones forming the joint have a synovial cavity and are un…
joint
A ________ is a point of contact between two bones, between b…
cartilaginous joints
there is no synovial cavity and the bones are held together b…
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Chapter 9 anatomy study guide
Anulus fibrosus
Articular capsule
Articular cartilage
Bursae
Pads of fibrocartilage. Cartilage around intervertebral disk.
Joint is surrounded by a fibrous articular capsule
Hayaline cartilage. End of bones.
Synovial fluid-filled sacs in connective tissues which ease f…
Anulus fibrosus
Pads of fibrocartilage. Cartilage around intervertebral disk.
Articular capsule
Joint is surrounded by a fibrous articular capsule
Anatomy Chapter 9 Study Guide
skeletal or striated muscle
cardiac muscle
voluntary & cardiac
smooth muscle
What is another name for a voluntary muscle?
Where are intercalated disks are found?
Which type of muscle tissue contains striations?
What is another name for visceral muscle?
skeletal or striated muscle
What is another name for a voluntary muscle?
cardiac muscle
Where are intercalated disks are found?
Anatomy Chapter 9 Study Guide
synarthrosis
amphiarthrosis
diarthrosis
synarthrosis
An immovable joint is a(n)
A slightly movable joint is a(n)
A freely movable joint is a(n)
A suture is an example of a(n)
synarthrosis
An immovable joint is a(n)
amphiarthrosis
A slightly movable joint is a(n)
124 terms
Anatomy - Chapter 9 Study Guide
Astrocyte (WS)
Axon (WS)
Dendrite (WS)
Interneurons (WS)
Star-shaped neuroglial cell b/t neurons & blood vessels (WS)
Nerve fiber arising from slight elevation of the cell body th…
Neuron process with many branches that conducts impulse towar…
Transmits impulse from sensory to motor neuron (WS)
Astrocyte (WS)
Star-shaped neuroglial cell b/t neurons & blood vessels (WS)
Axon (WS)
Nerve fiber arising from slight elevation of the cell body th…
35 terms
Anatomy Chapter 9 Study Guide
Structures of the eye
White, opaque coat of the eye
Correct pathway of light through the eye
The coats or tunics of the eyeball in…
Eyelids, conjunctiva, lacrimal apparatus, extrinsic eye muscl…
Sclera
Cornea, Aqueous Humor, (Through the pupil), Aqueous Humor, le…
Sclera, choroid, retina
Structures of the eye
Eyelids, conjunctiva, lacrimal apparatus, extrinsic eye muscl…
White, opaque coat of the eye
Sclera
Anatomy Chapter 9 Study Guide
Another name for a voluntary muscle is…
Intercalated disks are found in _____…
Which type of muscle tissue contains s…
Another name for visceral muscle is __…
striated, skeletal
cardiac
voluntary and cardiac
smooth
Another name for a voluntary muscle is…
striated, skeletal
Intercalated disks are found in _____…
cardiac
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Chapter 9 Anatomy Study Guide
1. What are the three meninges of the…
2. What is cerebrospinal fluid? How do…
3. Distinguish between an ascending tr…
4. What are the four major divisions o…
The dura= boutermost layer... The pia= very thin and contain ma…
CSF is the fluid that fills in the subachnoid space it is a c…
ascending tract is tracts that carryu sensory systems to the…
cerebrum, cerebellum, diaphalam, brainstem
1. What are the three meninges of the…
The dura= boutermost layer... The pia= very thin and contain ma…
2. What is cerebrospinal fluid? How do…
CSF is the fluid that fills in the subachnoid space it is a c…
37 terms
Chapter 9 Study Guide: Anatomy
What are the three muscle types?
What is muscle tissue highly specializ…
What are the functions of skeletal mus…
What are the differences between a typ…
cardiac, smooth, and skeletal
contraction
produce skeletal movements, maintain posture and body positio…
muscle cells are larger and have many nuclei
What are the three muscle types?
cardiac, smooth, and skeletal
What is muscle tissue highly specializ…
contraction
Anatomy chapter 9 study guide
Central Nervous System components
Peripheral Nervous System components
Nervous System and Endocrine System co…
• Fetal Neurons
• Brain, Brain stem and Spinal cord... o Brain, brain stem and s…
• Spinal Nerves, Cranial nerves and peripheral ganglia... • Derm…
Composed of Specialized cells - 3 overlapping functions... 1. R…
o lose ability to divide through Mitosis... o can live and funct…
Central Nervous System components
• Brain, Brain stem and Spinal cord... o Brain, brain stem and s…
Peripheral Nervous System components
• Spinal Nerves, Cranial nerves and peripheral ganglia... • Derm…
Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 9 Study Guide
Pectoralis
Sternocleidomastoid
Frontalis
Latissimus dorsi
Flexes and abducts the upper arm
Flexes head
Raises eyebrows
Adducts and extends the arm backwards
Pectoralis
Flexes and abducts the upper arm
Sternocleidomastoid
Flexes head
48 terms
Anatomy: Chapter 9 Study Guide
Which fibrous connective tissue forms…
Explain how muscles are connected to t…
What is tendinitis?
The cell membrane of a muscle cell is…
Fascia
Fibers in a tendon intertwine with those in the periosteum of…
Tendinitis happens when a tendon or the connective tissue she…
Sacrolemma
Which fibrous connective tissue forms…
Fascia
Explain how muscles are connected to t…
Fibers in a tendon intertwine with those in the periosteum of…
43 terms
Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 9 Study Guide
The cytoplasmic extensions that provid…
Masses of myelinated nerve fibers appe…
Which of the following is NOT a type o…
When a nerve fiber is polarized, the c…
D. Dendrites
A. White
D. Nissl Cell
D. Sodium ions is higher on the outside of its membrane and p…
The cytoplasmic extensions that provid…
D. Dendrites
Masses of myelinated nerve fibers appe…
A. White
62 terms
Anatomy Chapter 9
functions of skeletal muscle
special properties of muscle fibers
different types of muscle tissues
epimysium
produce skeletal movements pulls tendon and move bones, maint…
contraction
skeletal cardiac and smooth
surrounding entire muscle, separates muscle from surrounding…
functions of skeletal muscle
produce skeletal movements pulls tendon and move bones, maint…
special properties of muscle fibers
contraction
Anatomy for the Funeral service..Chapter 9 study guide
What are 3 parts of the circulatory sy…
The Blood vascular system also include…
what are 3 parts to the lymphatic syst…
What are three functions of the Circul…
Blood, Heart, Blood Vascular System
Lymphatic system
lymph nodes, Lymph, Lymph vessels
Transportation, regulatory, protective
What are 3 parts of the circulatory sy…
Blood, Heart, Blood Vascular System
The Blood vascular system also include…
Lymphatic system
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Anatomy Study Guide Chapter 9
sarcomere
myofibril
myofilament
sarcolemma
repeating units that myofibrils are formed from(basic contrac…
cylindrical structures: long as the cell that are made up of…
...
membrane of muscle fibers
sarcomere
repeating units that myofibrils are formed from(basic contrac…
myofibril
cylindrical structures: long as the cell that are made up of…
75 terms
Anatomy Chapter 9 Study Guide FULL
synarthrosis
amphiarthrosis
diarthrosis
synarthrosis
An immovable joint is a(n)
A slightly movable joint is a(n)
A freely movable joint is a(n)
A suture is an example of a(n)
synarthrosis
An immovable joint is a(n)
amphiarthrosis
A slightly movable joint is a(n)
anatomy chapter 9 study guide
1. internal and external rotation of t…
2. which of the following is the least…
4. which of the following joints canno…
6. In the adult, the ischium and pubis…
c. ball-and-socket
b. a synostosis
e. interphalangeal
c. a synostosis
1. internal and external rotation of t…
c. ball-and-socket
2. which of the following is the least…
b. a synostosis
Anatomy and physiology chapter 9 Study guide
functions of skeletal muscle
characteristics of Skeletal muscle
fascicles
muscle fibers
-Body movement ... maintenance of posture... -protection and suppo…
-excitability... -conductivity... contractility... -elasticity... -exten…
-bundles of muscle fibers
thousands of muscle cells... typically as long as the entire mu…
functions of skeletal muscle
-Body movement ... maintenance of posture... -protection and suppo…
characteristics of Skeletal muscle
-excitability... -conductivity... contractility... -elasticity... -exten…
75 terms
Anatomy Chapter 9 Study Guide FULL
synarthrosis
amphiarthrosis
diarthrosis
synarthrosis
An immovable joint is a(n)
A slightly movable joint is a(n)
A freely movable joint is a(n)
A suture is an example of a(n)
synarthrosis
An immovable joint is a(n)
amphiarthrosis
A slightly movable joint is a(n)
89 terms
Anatomy Chapter 9
Neuron
Impulse
Cell Body
Dendrite
A nerve cell; the basic building block of the nervous system.
A chemical change in a neuron that travels from to dendrite t…
Processes nutrients and provides energy for the neuron to fun…
Branchlike parts of a neuron that are specialized to receive…
Neuron
A nerve cell; the basic building block of the nervous system.
Impulse
A chemical change in a neuron that travels from to dendrite t…
114 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 9
arthrosis
arthrology
kinesiology
the presence or absence of a space bet…
a point of contact between two bones, between bone and cartil…
the scientific study of joints
the study of motion of the human body
Joints are classified structurally based on what two factors?
arthrosis
a point of contact between two bones, between bone and cartil…
arthrology
the scientific study of joints
anatomy chapter 9 study guide
explain where neurotransmitters are st…
what is oxygen debt?
how is oxygen debt repaid?
what is actin?
they are stored in presynaptic vesicles near the axon termina…
it is when you are doing strenuous exercise and oxygen defici…
you have to wait hours for the oxygen deficiency to repay
thin filaments and is the protein in muscle fibers
explain where neurotransmitters are st…
they are stored in presynaptic vesicles near the axon termina…
what is oxygen debt?
it is when you are doing strenuous exercise and oxygen defici…
75 terms
Anatomy Chapter 9 Study Guide FULL
synarthrosis
amphiarthrosis
diarthrosis
synarthrosis
An immovable joint is a(n)
A slightly movable joint is a(n)
A freely movable joint is a(n)
A suture is an example of a(n)
synarthrosis
An immovable joint is a(n)
amphiarthrosis
A slightly movable joint is a(n)
62 terms
CHAPTER 9+10 - ANATOMY
sphenoid
hinge action
trismus
sternocleidomastoid
___ bones form the anterior part of the base of the skull
first phase in mouth opening and movement of the temporomandi…
most common cause of restricted mandibular movement
neck muscle... one of the cervical muscles that divide the neck…
sphenoid
___ bones form the anterior part of the base of the skull
hinge action
first phase in mouth opening and movement of the temporomandi…
Anatomy (chapter 9 study guide) -Mr. Nance
Sclera
Cornea
Retina
Rods
The outer layer: consists of tough fibrous tissue. ... The "whit…
Front surface of the sclera. Sometimes spoken of as the windo…
Innermost layer of the eyeball contains microscopic photorece…
Dim light can stimulate the rods. Receptors for night vision.
Sclera
The outer layer: consists of tough fibrous tissue. ... The "whit…
Cornea
Front surface of the sclera. Sometimes spoken of as the windo…
20 terms
Anatomy Vocab Chapter 9
Acromegaly
Androgens
Antidiuretic hormone (ADH)
Cretinism
results when hyper secretion continues to occur even after lo…
male sex hormones
causes kidneys to reabsorb more water from the forming urine,…
iodine deficiency in children that results in dwarfism (abnor…
Acromegaly
results when hyper secretion continues to occur even after lo…
Androgens
male sex hormones
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Anatomy Chapter 9 Vocab
Acetylcholine
Actin
Action potential
Axon
A Neurotransmitter found within small membranes sacks call sy…
Protein that thin filaments are chiefly composed of.... - has ki…
An electrical current... - is automatically potential is automat…
Long thread-like extensions that travel within bundled nerves…
Acetylcholine
A Neurotransmitter found within small membranes sacks call sy…
Actin
Protein that thin filaments are chiefly composed of.... - has ki…
77 terms
human anatomy chapter 9
joints
joints
classifications of joints
fibrous joints
• Rigid elements of the skeleton meet at joints or... articulati…
• Joints can be classified by function or structure... • Functio…
• Structural classification based on:... -Material that binds bo…
• Bones connected by fibrous connective tissue... • No joint cav…
joints
• Rigid elements of the skeleton meet at joints or... articulati…
joints
• Joints can be classified by function or structure... • Functio…
Anatomy chapter 9
skeletal muscle
cardiac muscle
smooth muscle
four characteristic of muscle tissue:
striated; voluntary
striated; involuntary
not striated; involuntary
excitability, contractility, extensibility, elasticity
skeletal muscle
striated; voluntary
cardiac muscle
striated; involuntary
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Chapter 9 Head and Neck Anatomy
Alveolar process
Articular disc
Articular eminence
Articular space
Portion of the maxillary bones that form the support for teet…
Cushion of dense, specialized connective tissue that divides…
Raised portion of the temporal bone just anterior to the glen…
Space between the capsular ligament and between the surfaces…
Alveolar process
Portion of the maxillary bones that form the support for teet…
Articular disc
Cushion of dense, specialized connective tissue that divides…
Anatomy Chapter 9
Functions of all Muscle Tissue
Skeletal Muscle
Functions of Skeletal Muscle
Epimysium
Excitability: response to stimulus ... Contractibility: shorten…
Voluntary control, Striated, Multinucleated, Nuclei near sarc…
Produces movement of the skeleton (Locomotion)... Maintains post…
Connective Tissue around whole muscle
Functions of all Muscle Tissue
Excitability: response to stimulus ... Contractibility: shorten…
Skeletal Muscle
Voluntary control, Striated, Multinucleated, Nuclei near sarc…
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Anatomy Chapter 9 Study Guide Part 1
Nerve
Neurons and glia
Sodium
Dermatomes
Group of peripheral axons bundles together in an epineurium
Two types of cells found in nervous system
What is the ion that rushes into the neuron during a nerve im…
Skin surface areas supplied by a single spinal nerve
Nerve
Group of peripheral axons bundles together in an epineurium
Neurons and glia
Two types of cells found in nervous system
52 terms
Chapter 9 anatomy
2nervous systems
Branches of peripheral nervous system
2 types of spinal nerves
2 efferent branches
Central nervous system-brain, spinal chord
Cranial nerves-auditory, optic nerve, muscles of facial expre…
Afferent nerves- incoming sensory nerves... Efferent nerves-outg…
Somatic nervous system - skeletal, you can control... Autonomic…
2nervous systems
Central nervous system-brain, spinal chord
Branches of peripheral nervous system
Cranial nerves-auditory, optic nerve, muscles of facial expre…
62 terms
Anatomy Chapter 9
functions of skeletal muscle
special properties of muscle fibers
different types of muscle tissues
epimysium
produce skeletal movements pulls tendon and move bones, maint…
contraction
skeletal cardiac and smooth
surrounding entire muscle, separates muscle from surrounding…
functions of skeletal muscle
produce skeletal movements pulls tendon and move bones, maint…
special properties of muscle fibers
contraction
18 terms
Chapter 9 Review Guide .-.
A gene
Explain the idea of pangenesis
Explain the idea of blending hypothesis
a variant of a ______ is a ______
is a segment of a DNA molecule that gives the instructions fo…
early explanation for inheritance that suggested that pangene…
idea that heredity materials from 2 parents mix in forming of…
character;trait
A gene
is a segment of a DNA molecule that gives the instructions fo…
Explain the idea of pangenesis
early explanation for inheritance that suggested that pangene…
43 terms
Anatomy Chapter 9
any place where adjacent bones or bone…
Structural Classification of Joints
A fibrous joint
cartilaginous joint
A joint, also called an articulation,
Fibrous, cartilaginous, and synovial joints
is where the adjacent bones are united by fibrous connective…
the bones are joined by hyaline cartilage or fibrocartilage.
any place where adjacent bones or bone…
A joint, also called an articulation,
Structural Classification of Joints
Fibrous, cartilaginous, and synovial joints
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Anatomy Chapter 9 Vocabulary
1. Acetylcholine
2. Actin
3. Action potential
4. Axon
A neurotransmitter contained withing the mound like axon term…
Actin is the protein found in thin filament. ... 1. Actin has ki…
The electrical current needed to induce muscle contraction, d…
Neuron Process that carries impulses away from the nerve cell…
1. Acetylcholine
A neurotransmitter contained withing the mound like axon term…
2. Actin
Actin is the protein found in thin filament. ... 1. Actin has ki…
17 terms
Anatomy Chapter 9 question and answer study guide
List the five special senses
List the four types of of general sens…
Identify the three classes of mechanor…
What would happen if information from…
Taste, touch, sight, smell and hearing
Nociceptors: responds to pain... Thermoreceptors: responds to te…
Tacticle, proprioceptors, baroreceptors
You wouldn't be able to walk because you would be off balance
List the five special senses
Taste, touch, sight, smell and hearing
List the four types of of general sens…
Nociceptors: responds to pain... Thermoreceptors: responds to te…
27 terms
Chapter 9 anatomy
False
joint
fibrous joint
synovial joint
True or False? Articulations involve only the point of contac…
A place where a bone contacts another bone is called a(n)?
occurs where bones are held together by dense regular connect…
A joint that has a fluid-filled cavity that separates the car…
False
True or False? Articulations involve only the point of contac…
joint
A place where a bone contacts another bone is called a(n)?
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