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Hausman Anatomy Midterm Exam
Anatomy
Physiology
cytology
embryology
study of the structure of the body parts and their relationsh…
study of the function of the body's structural machinery
study of the cell
study of the embryo and congenital disorders that occur befor…
Anatomy
study of the structure of the body parts and their relationsh…
Physiology
study of the function of the body's structural machinery
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Anatomy & Physiology I Midterm Review
anatomy
physiology
name the hierarchy of organization in…
the integumentary system
the study of structures within the body
the study of the function of bodily structures
1. chemical level - atoms and molecules... 2. cellular level... 3.…
largest system in the body, made up of hair, skin, nails and…
anatomy
the study of structures within the body
physiology
the study of the function of bodily structures
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HN Human Anatomy & Physiology Organization of Skeletal Muscles
True or False:... Just as individual musc…
Synergist
Synergist Examples:
Antagonist
False... Just as individual muscles fibers seldom contract ... inde…
muscles that work together to create a movement
Biceps brachii and brachialis (both flex the elbow)
muscles that oppose each other (generally found on opposite s…
True or False:... Just as individual musc…
False... Just as individual muscles fibers seldom contract ... inde…
Synergist
muscles that work together to create a movement
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Micro/Gross Anatomy of Skeletal Muscle
tendon
muscle fiber
muscle fascicle
endomysium
collagen cord that attaches a muscle to a bone
cylindrical, multinucleated cells that make up skeletal muscles
bundle of skeletal muscle fibers surrounded by perimysium
connective tissue that surrounds individual muscle cells
tendon
collagen cord that attaches a muscle to a bone
muscle fiber
cylindrical, multinucleated cells that make up skeletal muscles
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Anatomy Chapter 8 Vocab ethan bequeret
Motor Neurons
Synapse
Neurotransmitter
Neuromuscular junction
neurons that control effectors. they transmit impulses from t…
functional connection between the axon of a neuron and the de…
neurons communicate with the cells that they control by relea…
synapse between a motor neuron and a skeletal muscle fiber.
Motor Neurons
neurons that control effectors. they transmit impulses from t…
Synapse
functional connection between the axon of a neuron and the de…
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ebhs va2 sem 1 unit 4 anatomy
appendicular
appendicular
axil
axil
Contains the appendages or limbs
Made up of forelimb and pelvic limb
contains bones of the body that lie perpendicular or lengthwise
contains the skull, spinal column, ribs and sternum
appendicular
Contains the appendages or limbs
appendicular
Made up of forelimb and pelvic limb
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Shoulder Gross Final
(G) Pec Major... (Y) Pec Minor... (B) Serratus
Pectoralis major origin
Pectoralis Major actions
Innervation to Pectoralis Major
clavicular and sternocostal heads
adduction, flexion, and medial rotation of GHJ
Medial and Lateral pectoral nerves
(G) Pec Major... (Y) Pec Minor... (B) Serratus
Pectoralis major origin
clavicular and sternocostal heads
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anatomy
Ethmoid
frontal
lacrimal
mandible
separates the nasal cavity.
single bone that forms the forehead
small bone forming part of the eye socket.
only moveable part of the skull. forms the lower jaw
Ethmoid
separates the nasal cavity.
frontal
single bone that forms the forehead
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Muscular System
Muscle Types
Characteristics (skeletal)
Terms
Endomysium
Skeletal (voluntary) ... Cardiac... Smooth (involuntary)
Cells are elongated ... Contraction=microfilaments ... Attached by…
Myo - muscle ... Mys - muscle ... Sarco - flesh
Around single muscle fiber
Muscle Types
Skeletal (voluntary) ... Cardiac... Smooth (involuntary)
Characteristics (skeletal)
Cells are elongated ... Contraction=microfilaments ... Attached by…
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Anatomy Urinary Question
Renin converts:... A. Angiotensinogen int…
What stimulates the secretion of Atria…
The internal urethral sphincter is com…
Parasympathetic innervation of the Kid…
A. Angiotensinogen into angiotensin I
C. High Blood Pressure
B. Smooth muscle under involuntary control
C. Vagus
Renin converts:... A. Angiotensinogen int…
A. Angiotensinogen into angiotensin I
What stimulates the secretion of Atria…
C. High Blood Pressure
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Module 8
gray matter
white matter
decussation
vital functions
collections of nerve cell bodies and their associated neuroglia
bundles of parallel axons and their sheaths
a crossing over
functions of the body necessary for life on a short-term basis
gray matter
collections of nerve cell bodies and their associated neuroglia
white matter
bundles of parallel axons and their sheaths
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Anatomy terms
gastrocnemius
soleus
tibialis anterior
occipitofrontalis
upper calf muscle
lower calf muscle
shin muscle
large face muscle; makes facial expressions
gastrocnemius
upper calf muscle
soleus
lower calf muscle
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Anatomy Lecture Final Part 4
This is the time between stimulation a…
What happens during a contraction
What happens during relaxation
This is a twitch that will contract an…
latent period
depolarization
repolarization
simple twitch
This is the time between stimulation a…
latent period
What happens during a contraction
depolarization
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Anatomy digestive diseases
Cathartics
Cholecystitis
Cirrhosis
Colonoscopy
Drugs that promote defecation
Inflammation of the gallbladder due to blockage of the cystic…
Widespread destruction of liver cells
Use of a colonoscope inserted through anus to view colon for…
Cathartics
Drugs that promote defecation
Cholecystitis
Inflammation of the gallbladder due to blockage of the cystic…
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CH 8 Anatomy Vocabulary-Peyton Hollan
Motor Neurons
Synapse
Neurotransmitter
Neuromuscular Junction
Neuron that transmits impulses from the central nervous syste…
Functional connection between the axon of a neuron and the de…
Chemical that an axon secretes that stimulates or inhibits an…
Synapse between a motor neuron and a skeletal muscle fiber.
Motor Neurons
Neuron that transmits impulses from the central nervous syste…
Synapse
Functional connection between the axon of a neuron and the de…
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08 Lab 20 Muscles that move the hand
flexor carpi radialis
flexor carpi ulnaris
palmaris longus
flexor digitorum superficialis
muscle of the superficial anterior forearm. (thumb), flexes a…
muscle of the superficial anterior forearm (pinky), flexes an…
muscle of the superficial anterior forearm (middle finger), f…
muscle of the superficial anterior forearm, flexes the digits…
flexor carpi radialis
muscle of the superficial anterior forearm. (thumb), flexes a…
flexor carpi ulnaris
muscle of the superficial anterior forearm (pinky), flexes an…
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Anatomy Chapter 8 Vocabulary
calat
erg
hyper
inter
something inserted
work
over, more
between
calat
something inserted
erg
work
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08 Lab 20 Muscles of the Pectoral Girdle and Arm
Trapezius
Rhomboids
Levator Scapulae
Serratus Anterior
O: Occipital, Thoracic Vertebrae... I: Spine and acromion of sca…
O: Upper thoracic vertebrae ... I: Medial Border of scapula... A: S…
O: Upper cervical vertebrae... I: Superior angle, medial border…
O: Ribs 1-8... I: Inferior angle, medial border of scapula... A: Sc…
Trapezius
O: Occipital, Thoracic Vertebrae... I: Spine and acromion of sca…
Rhomboids
O: Upper thoracic vertebrae ... I: Medial Border of scapula... A: S…
37 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Anatomy Test (12/8)
5 Facial Muscles
Raises eyebrows
Blinks and closes eyes
Closes and protrudes lips
Frontalis, Orbicularis Oculi, Orbicularis Oris, Buccinator, Z…
Frontalis
Orbicularis Oculi
Orbicularis Oris
5 Facial Muscles
Frontalis, Orbicularis Oculi, Orbicularis Oris, Buccinator, Z…
Raises eyebrows
Frontalis
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A&P Ch 1 Vocab
anatomy
physiology
atoms
cells
branch of science dealing with the form and organization of b…
the study of body functions
smallest particle of an element that has the properties of th…
the structural and functional unit of an organism
anatomy
branch of science dealing with the form and organization of b…
physiology
the study of body functions
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Apologia Anatomy: Module 8
Auditory Association Area
Broca's Area
Prefrontal Area
Premotor Area
associating a sound with a memory ex: connecting a melody to…
works out the details for fine motor skills of speech
reasoning, analysis, and higher level of thinking
prepares the sequencing for moving a muscle
Auditory Association Area
associating a sound with a memory ex: connecting a melody to…
Broca's Area
works out the details for fine motor skills of speech
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Equine Anatomy
Origin
Insertion
Aponeurosis
Fascia
The point of attachment of the muscle that remains stationary…
The point of attachment of the muscle that moves.
Wide sheath around the tendon.
Connective tissue that separates muscle bundles, bundles, and…
Origin
The point of attachment of the muscle that remains stationary…
Insertion
The point of attachment of the muscle that moves.
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Cranial Nerves
Cranial Nerve Mnemonic
Oh
Once
One
Oh ... Once ... One ... Takes ... The ... Anatomy ... Final ... Very ... Good ... Vacati…
(I) Olfactory
(II) Optic
(III) Oculomotor
Cranial Nerve Mnemonic
Oh ... Once ... One ... Takes ... The ... Anatomy ... Final ... Very ... Good ... Vacati…
Oh
(I) Olfactory
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Anatomy Unit 4 - The Muscular System
Movement, Support, Heat Production, Gu…
Cardiac, Smooth, and Skeletal
True
Tendon
What are the basic functions of the muscular system?
What are the three basic types of muscles?
True or False: The muscular system works in close connection…
A muscle connects to a bone by a _______.... (fibrous connective…
Movement, Support, Heat Production, Gu…
What are the basic functions of the muscular system?
Cardiac, Smooth, and Skeletal
What are the three basic types of muscles?
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Anatomy Fall Final Review
Basic functions of all of the organic…
elements found in all organic compounds
the pH scale with strengths of acids a…
functions of each type of organic comp…
...
...
...
...
Basic functions of all of the organic…
...
elements found in all organic compounds
...
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Muscles 2
transverse abdominals
internal oblique abdominals
external oblique abdominals
rectus abdominals
transverse abdominals
internal oblique abdominals
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08 Lab 19 Face, Head & Neck Muscles
orbicularis oris
buccinator
zygomaticus major
zygomaticus minor
compresses and protrudes the lips
compresses cheek as in blowing, sucking, whistling; holds foo…
the larger of two muscles that extend from the corner of the…
the smaller of two muscles that extend from the corner of the…
orbicularis oris
compresses and protrudes the lips
buccinator
compresses cheek as in blowing, sucking, whistling; holds foo…
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Head Muscles
Frontalis
Elevates eyebrows; wrinkles skin of fo…
Temporalis
Elevates and retracts mandible.
Frontalis (Function)
Temporalis (Function)
Frontalis
Elevates eyebrows; wrinkles skin of fo…
Frontalis (Function)
10 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Chapter 3 Anatomy & Physiology
Anatomy
Physiology
Reflex action
Procerus
Histology or microscopic anatomy, too small to be seen by a m…
Study of organs & system functions; know what it is and what…
Touching a hot stove causes interaction between sensory and m…
Muscle located between the eyebrows that controls the eyebrow…
Anatomy
Histology or microscopic anatomy, too small to be seen by a m…
Physiology
Study of organs & system functions; know what it is and what…
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Anatomy midterm review
How are ANATOMY and PHYSIOLOGY related?
List and describe the necessary life f…
Know the organ systems, their function…
List some examples of positive and neg…
Anatomy and physiology are related because STRUCTURE determin…
Pulling your hand off a hot burner
Integumentary system- waterproof, cushions, and protects; (or…
Positive feedback- blood clotting, birth of a baby... Negative…
How are ANATOMY and PHYSIOLOGY related?
Anatomy and physiology are related because STRUCTURE determin…
List and describe the necessary life f…
Pulling your hand off a hot burner
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anatomy
duodenal bulb
circular folds
ileocecal valve
cecum,
duodenal bulb
circular folds
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anatomy midterm 2016
anatomy
macroscopic anatomy
surface anatomy
regional anatomy
"to cut open", the study of internal and external structures…
no microscope needed, can be seen with the unaided eye
studies superficial markings of organisms (ex. where muscles…
studies an area of the body (ex. shoulder or hand area)
anatomy
"to cut open", the study of internal and external structures…
macroscopic anatomy
no microscope needed, can be seen with the unaided eye
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A&P joint movements, A&P Chapter 6
Flexion
Extension
Dorsiflexion
Plantar flexion
Bending parts at a joint so that the angle between them decre…
Straightening parts at a joint so that the angle between them…
Movement at the ankle that brings the foot closer to the shin…
Movement at the ankle that brings the foot farther from the s…
Flexion
Bending parts at a joint so that the angle between them decre…
Extension
Straightening parts at a joint so that the angle between them…
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Cosmo Exam Vocabulary
sanitizing
disease
Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
hospital disinfectants
chemical process for reducing the number of disease or diseas…
abnormal condition of all or part of the body, or its systems…
replaced by Safety Data Sheet; information compiled by the ma…
disinfectants that are effective for cleaning blood and body…
sanitizing
chemical process for reducing the number of disease or diseas…
disease
abnormal condition of all or part of the body, or its systems…
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Anatomy benchmark #1
What is anatomy
What is physiology
Levels of biological organization
What are the necessary functions of life
The structure of organisims
Function of an organism
Atom-molecule- cell- tissue- organs- organ system- organism-…
(My exhausted grand mom makes rich deserts rarely) maintain b…
What is anatomy
The structure of organisims
What is physiology
Function of an organism
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Anatomy & Physiology Foerg BIo
cells form
tissues form
organs form
systems form
tissues
organs
systems
complex organisms
cells form
tissues
tissues form
organs
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Brain Practical
Frontal Lobe
Parietal Lobe
Occipital Lobe
medulla
decision making, problem solving
sensory integration, awareness of forms and body, weinicke's…
vision
controlling internal organs
Frontal Lobe
decision making, problem solving
Parietal Lobe
sensory integration, awareness of forms and body, weinicke's…
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Anatomy study guide
Tract
Refractory Period
Depolarization
Action Potential
Bundles of axons in the CNS
Time when the re-polarization of the neuron causes it to not…
State when resting potential is reversed and sodium ions rush…
Transmission of depolarization wave through neuron membrane
Tract
Bundles of axons in the CNS
Refractory Period
Time when the re-polarization of the neuron causes it to not…
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Study Guide Anatomy (Midterm)
What bones make up the thoracic cage
How many pairs of true ribs are there?
How many pairs of false ribs are there
The stenum is made of the , , .
Ribs and sternum
7 pairs
5
Manubrium, body, and xiphoid process
What bones make up the thoracic cage
Ribs and sternum
How many pairs of true ribs are there?
7 pairs
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CHS Anatomy Tissue Test
What tissue line the small intestine a…
A layer of glycoproteins that prevents…
Germinitive cells...
The junction type that lets neighborin…
Simple Cuboidal Epithelium
lamina lucida
divide continually to produce new epithelial cells
gap junction
What tissue line the small intestine a…
Simple Cuboidal Epithelium
A layer of glycoproteins that prevents…
lamina lucida
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Anatomy
Cells
Anabolism
Catabolism
Tissues
Basic unit of life
Builds larger molecules from smaller ones.
Breaking down larger molecules into smaller ones
Group of the same type cells
Cells
Basic unit of life
Anabolism
Builds larger molecules from smaller ones.
26 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Chapter 15- The Special Senses
The fibrous layer of the eye contains…
What muscle of the eye is controlled v…
Tears drain directly from the ________…
Blood vessels of the eye are found in…
cornea
Superior Oblique
lacrimal sac
choroid
The fibrous layer of the eye contains…
cornea
What muscle of the eye is controlled v…
Superior Oblique
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Arteries Functions
coronary
subclavian arteries
brachial artery
common carotid arteries
delivers oxygenated blood to heart muscle
delivers oxygenated blood to thoracic area under clavicle
delivers oxygenated blood to upper arm
delivers oxygenated blood to cervical area (neck)
coronary
delivers oxygenated blood to heart muscle
subclavian arteries
delivers oxygenated blood to thoracic area under clavicle
101 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Anatomy (Exam 5) Digestive System
Teeth
Insicers (8) (Teeth)
Canine (4) (teeth)
Pre molars (8) (teeth)
20 deciduous and 32 permanent
Central (4): Two middle and two bottom middle... Lateral (4): Tw…
on the sides of your lateral teeth... for piercing and tearing
before your molars ... for crushing
Teeth
20 deciduous and 32 permanent
Insicers (8) (Teeth)
Central (4): Two middle and two bottom middle... Lateral (4): Tw…
43 termscreated on December 8, 2016
missed questions for anatomy final
the capacity (volume)in the atria
heart block
coronary arteries
The heart rate would increase by about…
the purpose of auricles is to increase the what?
damage to the AV node is referred to as what?
The source of blood carried to capillaries in the myocardium…
if the vagal nerves to the heart were cut, what would the res…
the capacity (volume)in the atria
the purpose of auricles is to increase the what?
heart block
damage to the AV node is referred to as what?
37 termscreated on December 8, 2016
anatomy test 2
ecrine
apical
melanocides
stratified squamous
sweat glands active our entire lives
top layer of epithelial tissue
make melanin
protection tissue
ecrine
sweat glands active our entire lives
apical
top layer of epithelial tissue
14 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Anatomy test
Brain and spinal cord
Somatic and autonomic
Skeletal muscle
Smooth and cardiac muscle
CNS
PNS
Somatic
Autonomic
Brain and spinal cord
CNS
Somatic and autonomic
PNS
34 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Male Reproductive System
What are the functions of the male rep…
When does development of the system oc…
How is the male reproductive system di…
When can we tell if someone is a boy o…
Produces spermatozoa and testosterone
• Development begins about the 5th week of gestation
Primary (testes) and secondary sex organs
• Sex difference not apparent until 10th-12th week -... testes s…
What are the functions of the male rep…
Produces spermatozoa and testosterone
When does development of the system oc…
• Development begins about the 5th week of gestation
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PNS Notecards
Somatic Nervous System
Autonomic
Dorsal Root Ganglion
Ventral Root Ganglion
Conscious Activities... Skeletal System
Unconscious Activities... Heart, smooth muscle, glands
Sensory; afferent
Motor; efferent
Somatic Nervous System
Conscious Activities... Skeletal System
Autonomic
Unconscious Activities... Heart, smooth muscle, glands
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Chapter 6 anatomy
acetylcholine
Sarcoplasmic reticulum
Actin
Calcium
What is a Neurotransmitter is released into an Nero muscular…
What is the specialized ER called that is found in muscular c…
What are thin protein muscle filaments called
What ions are the final trigger needed for muscle fiber contr…
acetylcholine
What is a Neurotransmitter is released into an Nero muscular…
Sarcoplasmic reticulum
What is the specialized ER called that is found in muscular c…
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