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Dr. McCann Prelab on the Anatomy of the Eye
lens
anterior and posterior cavity
two
anterior and posterior cavity
what divides the eyeball into an anterior and posterior cavity?
the lens divides the eyeball into what?
how many cavity's does the eyeball have?
name the cavity's of the eyeball?
lens
what divides the eyeball into an anterior and posterior cavity?
anterior and posterior cavity
the lens divides the eyeball into what?
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Dr. McCanns prelab on the anatomy of the brain; general anatomy of the brain
six
cerebrum, diencephalon, mesencephalon,…
brain stem
medulla oblongata, pons, and mesenceph…
the brain is organized into how many major regions?
what are the six major regions of the brain?
the medulla oblongata, pons, and mesencephalon are collective…
which three major regions of the brain collectively make up t…
six
the brain is organized into how many major regions?
cerebrum, diencephalon, mesencephalon,…
what are the six major regions of the brain?
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Dr. McCain Prelab on the Anatomy of the respiratory system
throat
pharynx
three regions
nasopharynx, oropharynx, and laryngoph…
what is the common name for the pharynx?
what is the anatomical name for the throat?
the pharynx is divided into how many regions?
name the three divided regions of the pharynx?
throat
what is the common name for the pharynx?
pharynx
what is the anatomical name for the throat?
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Dr. McCain Prelab on the Anatomy of the respiratory system
throat
pharynx
three regions
nasopharynx, oropharynx, and laryngoph…
what is the common name for the pharynx?
what is the anatomical name for the throat?
the pharynx is divided into how many regions?
name the three divided regions of the pharynx?
throat
what is the common name for the pharynx?
pharynx
what is the anatomical name for the throat?
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anatomy prelab 13
incisors
pylorus of stomach
greater omentum
jejunum
c
incisors
pylorus of stomach
17 terms
Anatomy prelab VI
Cerebrum
Diencephalon
Pons
Cerebellum
Cerebrum
Diencephalon
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anatomy lab 14 prelab
kidney
renal pelvis
major calyx
minor calyx
kidney
renal pelvis
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Anatomy Lab 2 Prelab
Total Magnification formula
Working distance
Field diameter formula
Three major regions of the cell
Ocular lens x objective lens
Distance between the tip of the objective lens and the top of…
[diameter of field A x total magnification of field A]/ total…
1. Plasma membrane... 2. Cytoplasm... 3. Nucleus
Total Magnification formula
Ocular lens x objective lens
Working distance
Distance between the tip of the objective lens and the top of…
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Anatomy110 Prelab #4
H2CO3
A healthy adult has a respiratory rate…
A typical adult male has a lung capaci…
_____________ is a common office test…
is carbonic acid
12-20 breaths per minute
6 liters
Spirometry
H2CO3
is carbonic acid
A healthy adult has a respiratory rate…
12-20 breaths per minute
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Anatomy Prelab Quiz
Physiology
Hierarchal levels of organization
Anatomical Position
4 Anatomical Planes
the study of organ function and interaction
molecular, cellular, tissue, organ system, and organism
used as a standard frame of reference for describing the rela…
coronal/frontal, sagittal, transverse/horizontal, and oblique
Physiology
the study of organ function and interaction
Hierarchal levels of organization
molecular, cellular, tissue, organ system, and organism
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PRELAB#! hip anatomy
Tensor Faciae latae
Sartorius
Pectineus
adductor longus
O: Anterior Superior Illiac Spine... I: IT-tract, anterior later…
O: Anterior Superior iliac spine... I: upper medial portion of t…
O: pectineal line of pubis... I: line from the lessor trochanter…
O: anterior surface of pubis, inferior to pubic tuberical... I:…
Tensor Faciae latae
O: Anterior Superior Illiac Spine... I: IT-tract, anterior later…
Sartorius
O: Anterior Superior iliac spine... I: upper medial portion of t…
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Anatomy110 Prelab #1
The ___________ is located in the righ…
During ventricular contraction, which…
The left atrium receives blood from th…
The ______ ventricular myocardia has a…
Sinoatrial node (SA node)
pulmonary and aortic semilunar valves
pulmonary veins
left
The ___________ is located in the righ…
Sinoatrial node (SA node)
During ventricular contraction, which…
pulmonary and aortic semilunar valves
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prelab one endocrine system
7 functions of the hypothalamus
The infundibulum connects the pituitar…
What hormones does the thyroid gland s…
What do pancreatic islet cells (langer…
1. master control of endocrine system 2. secretes releasing a…
the hypothalamus
T3/T4
insulin, glucagon
7 functions of the hypothalamus
1. master control of endocrine system 2. secretes releasing a…
The infundibulum connects the pituitar…
the hypothalamus
Prelab quiz on lesson 3
Acceleration is proportional to the su…
if an object does not accelerate, then…
Static equilibrium
Ropes tied to weights are swinging. Th…
all forces acting on an object
zero
when there is no acceleration/ the sum of forces acting on an…
mass of weight x gravity, |F|= mg
Acceleration is proportional to the su…
all forces acting on an object
if an object does not accelerate, then…
zero
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Anatomy Quiz 3 prelab terms
Frontal belly of occipitofrontalis
Occipital belly of occipitofrontalis
Masseter
Obicularis oculi
Frontal belly of occipitofrontalis
Occipital belly of occipitofrontalis
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anatomy prelab chap 9 questions
clavicle
posterior
anterior
anterior
the acromial extremity, conoid tubercle, and sterna extremity…
the scapular spine is located on the _________side of the sca…
the lesser tubercle is located on the ________ side of the hu…
the coronoid process is on the _______ side of the ulna
clavicle
the acromial extremity, conoid tubercle, and sterna extremity…
posterior
the scapular spine is located on the _________side of the sca…
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anatomy prelab chap 4 questions
August Mayer
epithelial, muscle, nervous, connectiv…
C
neurons, glial cells
____ coined the term histology to mean "the study of the tiss…
The four types of tissues are __________.
All the following comprise epithelium except:... A. simple squam…
Nervous tissues are made up of ___ and ____.
August Mayer
____ coined the term histology to mean "the study of the tiss…
epithelial, muscle, nervous, connectiv…
The four types of tissues are __________.
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Anatomy prelab quiz Reproductive system
gonads
gametes
scrotum
epididymis
essential organs of reproduction (testes/ ovaries)
sex cells
paired oval testes lie in_____outside the abdominopelvic cavi…
an elongated structure running up the posterolateral aspect o…
gonads
essential organs of reproduction (testes/ ovaries)
gametes
sex cells
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Anatomy Lab 7 Prelab quiz
ventral surface of thorax
ventral surface of thorax with scapula…
medial view of proximal forelimb
lateral view of proximal forelimb
pectoralis major
subscapularis and serratus ventralis
triceps brachii and biceps brachii
brachialis and triceps brachii
ventral surface of thorax
pectoralis major
ventral surface of thorax with scapula…
subscapularis and serratus ventralis
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anatomy prelab chap 7 questions
skeleton
22
axial, appendicular
facial
the human ______ is made up of approximately 206 bones
the skull is comprised of ____ bones
the skeleton is divided into the ____ and the ____ skeletons
14 bones make up the ___ bones
skeleton
the human ______ is made up of approximately 206 bones
22
the skull is comprised of ____ bones
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anatomy prelab chap 8 questions
foramen
suture
hyoid
22
________ typically allows passage of blood vessels and/or ner…
a ________ is an articulation between bones
the _____ bone is the only free floating bone in the human body
the skull consists of _____ bones
foramen
________ typically allows passage of blood vessels and/or ner…
suture
a ________ is an articulation between bones
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Anatomy Lab 2; practical and prelab
The _______ detects hydration and sign…
Two main targets of ADH?
Hormone molecules are typically transp…
ADH...
hypothalamus; antidiuretic hormone
kidneys and blood vessels
blood stream
increases water retention from renal tubes, anti-dehydration
The _______ detects hydration and sign…
hypothalamus; antidiuretic hormone
Two main targets of ADH?
kidneys and blood vessels
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anatomy prelab chap 1 questions
anterior
posterior
proximal
above or near the head
the front side of the body is also known as the _______ side
the back side of the body is also known as the _______ side
the closest part nearest the trunk or head ______
the term superior means ______
anterior
the front side of the body is also known as the _______ side
posterior
the back side of the body is also known as the _______ side
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anatomy prelab chap 5 questions
integument or skin
D
C
hypodermis
_______ is the largest organ of the body.
Skin serves in... A. protection... B. regulation of body temperatur…
The three layers, beginning with the outermost, are in what o…
The __________ is comprised of adipose tissue and loose areol…
integument or skin
_______ is the largest organ of the body.
D
Skin serves in... A. protection... B. regulation of body temperatur…
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anatomy prelab chap 6 questions
bone
osteocytes
collagen, hydroxyapatite
osteoclasts
____ tissue is mostly comprised of a mineral rich extra-cellu…
_________ are cells that have entombed themselves in the matr…
Osteoblasts are the bone cells that actively produce _____ an…
When blood calcium levels run low, ______ are cells that degr…
bone
____ tissue is mostly comprised of a mineral rich extra-cellu…
osteocytes
_________ are cells that have entombed themselves in the matr…
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anatomy prelab chap 3 questions
cell
plasma membrane
organelles
interphase
the _____ is the fundamental unit of life
the selectively permeable lipid bilayer which encases all cel…
eukaryotic cells contain _______ that are membrane bound or m…
most of a cell's life is spent in ______
cell
the _____ is the fundamental unit of life
plasma membrane
the selectively permeable lipid bilayer which encases all cel…
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random anatomy from prelabs and stuff
deep fascia =
head of rib articulates with?
in standing dog - calcaneus is adjacen…
when hypaxial muscles contract - action?
epimysium
vertebral body
5th
flex
deep fascia =
epimysium
head of rib articulates with?
vertebral body
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Prelab 24a - Respiratory Anatomy (10 pts)
The left lung contains lobe(s), wherea…
Respiratory epithelium, which lines th…
Which of the following bones does not…
The pulmonary arteries carry blood fro…
The left lung contains 2 lobe(s), whereas the right lung cont…
pseudostratified columnar with cilia and goblet cells
mandible
The pulmonary arteries carry deoxygenated blood from the righ…
The left lung contains lobe(s), wherea…
The left lung contains 2 lobe(s), whereas the right lung cont…
Respiratory epithelium, which lines th…
pseudostratified columnar with cilia and goblet cells
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cardiovascular effects of exercise prelab anatomy (7)
The mammalian nervous system controls…
Stimulation of sympathetic nerves incr…
at rest, the vagal effect
during exercise vagal activity _ and s…
the autonomic nerves
the rate and stimulation of the parasympathetic (vagal) nerve
predominates, is the vagal tone
decreases, increases
The mammalian nervous system controls…
the autonomic nerves
Stimulation of sympathetic nerves incr…
the rate and stimulation of the parasympathetic (vagal) nerve
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human anatomy prelab quiz week 5
Acromion process of scapula
Coronoid fossa of humerus
Glenoid cavity of scapula
Greater trochanter of femur
Articulates with clavicle, used as anatomical landmark for IM…
depression allowing the arm to flex as coronoid process of ul…
Articulates with the head of the humerus.
Point of attachment of thigh and buttock muscles.
Acromion process of scapula
Articulates with clavicle, used as anatomical landmark for IM…
Coronoid fossa of humerus
depression allowing the arm to flex as coronoid process of ul…
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Anatomy Lab 10 Prelab Quiz (Possible) Questions
The angle of declination is in which p…
Which vein travels through the heads o…
Which nerve runs parallel to the great…
The saphenous nerve is a terminal bran…
Transverse
Small saphenous vein
Saphenous nerve
Femoral nerve
The angle of declination is in which p…
Transverse
Which vein travels through the heads o…
Small saphenous vein
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muscle types
muscle fibers
skeletal muscle fibers
striated muscle
voluntary muscle
skeletal and smooth muscle that is elingated
packaged into the organs called skeletal muscles that attach…
(skeletal muscle) fibers appear to be striped
(skeletal muscle) The type of muscle that is subject to consc…
muscle fibers
skeletal and smooth muscle that is elingated
skeletal muscle fibers
packaged into the organs called skeletal muscles that attach…
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Bone Markings Vocab
tuberosity
crest
Trochanter
line
Large, rounded projection; may be roughened
Narrow ridge of bone; usually prominent
very large, blunt, irregularly shaped process (only on the fe…
narrow ridge of bone; less prominent than a crest
tuberosity
Large, rounded projection; may be roughened
crest
Narrow ridge of bone; usually prominent
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Anatomy: Chapter One
Anatomy
Ana-
-tomy
Gross study
The study of the structure and shape of the body
Apart
To cut
The study of late structures
Anatomy
The study of the structure and shape of the body
Ana-
Apart
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Anatomy Practical One Gross Anatomy
Temporalis
Masseter
Digastricus
Medial Pterygoid
Temporalis
Masseter
143 terms
Anatomy Test One
Squamous
Cuboidal
Columnar
Plasma membrane
Thin flat, scaly shape, often with a bulge where the nucleus…
Squarish looking in frontal tissue. Liver cells
Distinctly taller, inner lining cells of the stomach and inte…
Forms the surface boundary of the cell.
Squamous
Thin flat, scaly shape, often with a bulge where the nucleus…
Cuboidal
Squarish looking in frontal tissue. Liver cells
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Anatomy One
Mean Arterial Pressure
Baroreceptors
Baroreceptor reflex
Internal Respiration
Determined by heart rate, stroke volume, and total peripheral…
Pressure receptors sometimes called stretch receptors
Negative feedback loop to maintain blood pressure at a normal…
Generate ATP through oxidative phosphorylation
Mean Arterial Pressure
Determined by heart rate, stroke volume, and total peripheral…
Baroreceptors
Pressure receptors sometimes called stretch receptors
20 terms
Anatomy one
A-, an, non
Ab-, ef-
Adi-, lip(o)-
-alg
Without, not
Away
Fat
Pain
A-, an, non
Without, not
Ab-, ef-
Away
114 terms
Anatomy one
ANATOMY
PHYSIOLOGY
INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM
SKELETAL
Study of the STRUCTURE of organisms and their relationships t…
Study of the normal FUNCTIONS in living systems
-protection... -synthesize... -house cutaneous receptors and swear…
-protect and support organs... -provide framework for muscles... -p…
ANATOMY
Study of the STRUCTURE of organisms and their relationships t…
PHYSIOLOGY
Study of the normal FUNCTIONS in living systems
13 terms
Anatomy one
Osteoprogenitor
Osteoblasts
Osteocytes
Osteoclasts
Bone stem cells inside and outside the bone as they matire th…
Builds bkne commited cell secrets osteoid matrix to build bon…
Trapped lacusne and is a mature bone cell. It detects mechani…
Destroys bone by eatif the bone and has ruffled boarder
Osteoprogenitor
Bone stem cells inside and outside the bone as they matire th…
Osteoblasts
Builds bkne commited cell secrets osteoid matrix to build bon…
27 terms
Anatomy one
Cardio
Angio/vaso
Hem hema hemato
Vena phlebo
Heart
Vessel
Blood
Vein
Cardio
Heart
Angio/vaso
Vessel
57 terms
Anatomy Chapter One Vocabulary
Right Hypochondriac
Epigastric
Left Hypochondriac
Right Lumbar
Liver & Gallbladder
Stomach & Liver
Spleen & Kidney
Liver & Right Colon
Right Hypochondriac
Liver & Gallbladder
Epigastric
Stomach & Liver
62 terms
Anatomy One
Cardio
Angio, Vaso
Thrombo
Embolus
Heart
Vessel
Clot
Moving clot
Cardio
Heart
Angio, Vaso
Vessel
63 terms
Anatomy - Chapter One
Abdominal cavity
Abdominopelvic cavity
Anabolism
Anatomical position
Area of the body that contains the stomach, liver, gallbladde…
Area below the diaphragm, with no separation between the abdo…
Building up of complex materials in metabolism
Body standing erect, face forward, arms at side, and palms fo…
Abdominal cavity
Area of the body that contains the stomach, liver, gallbladde…
Abdominopelvic cavity
Area below the diaphragm, with no separation between the abdo…
45 terms
Anatomy (Chapter One)
Anatomy
Physiology
Characteristics of life are?
Requirements of organisms to live are?
deals with structure (morphology) of the body and its parts
studies with the functions of these parts
movement, responsiveness, growth, reproduction, respiration,…
water, food, oxygen, heat, pressure
Anatomy
deals with structure (morphology) of the body and its parts
Physiology
studies with the functions of these parts
56 terms
Anatomy Chapter one
Human anatomy
Physiology
Functional Morphology
Cadaver
The study of the structure of the human body
The study of function
The functional reasons behind that structure
dead body
Human anatomy
The study of the structure of the human body
Physiology
The study of function
87 terms
Anatomy Chapter One
homeostasis
gross anatomy
microscopic anatomy
cell theory
relatively constant internal environment
relatively large structures and features able to be seen by t…
cannot be seen without magnification
cells are structural building blocks of all plants and animal…
homeostasis
relatively constant internal environment
gross anatomy
relatively large structures and features able to be seen by t…
60 terms
Chapter One: Anatomy
The common elements in the body
Tissues which are protective and secre…
Tissues that are contractile and there…
Provides mechanism for gas exchanged b…
Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Phosphorus, Nitrogen, Calcium... -Sulf…
Epithelial
Muscles
Respiratory System
The common elements in the body
Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Phosphorus, Nitrogen, Calcium... -Sulf…
Tissues which are protective and secre…
Epithelial
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Anatomy unit one
Cardiovascular
cardiovascular components
Urinary
urinary components
transporting food, gases and other materials throughout the b…
blood, blood vessels, heart
cleans body of nitrogenous waste and excretes it as urine
urinary bladder, ureter, urethra, kidneys (one of four excret…
Cardiovascular
transporting food, gases and other materials throughout the b…
cardiovascular components
blood, blood vessels, heart
140 terms
Anatomy Unit One Vocabulary
abdominal
abdominal cavity
abdominopelvic cavity
absorption
the portion of the body between the diaphragm and pelvis
space *between the diaphragm and the pelvic inlet that contai…
space between the diaphragm and the lower portion of the body
the taking in of substances by cells or across membranes
abdominal
the portion of the body between the diaphragm and pelvis
abdominal cavity
space *between the diaphragm and the pelvic inlet that contai…
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