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83 terms
Science Olympiad Anatomy BONES
Cranium
Face
Hyoid Bone
Vertebral Column
The part of the skull that encloses the brain. Made up of var…
A. Parietal Bone... B. Frontal Bone... C. Nasal Bone... D. Temporal Bo…
A U-shaped bone at the base of the tongue the supports the mu…
The spine, which is made up of three types of vertebrae and t…
Cranium
The part of the skull that encloses the brain. Made up of var…
Face
A. Parietal Bone... B. Frontal Bone... C. Nasal Bone... D. Temporal Bo…
23 terms
Science Anatomy
Skull
Cranium
Mandible
Maxilla
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Skull
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Cranium
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11 terms
Science - Anatomy
Tendons
Ribs
Pivot joint
Hinge joint
Hold muscles to the bones
Bones that protect your lungs and heart
Joint that makes nodding or turning movements
Joint that can only move in one direction
Tendons
Hold muscles to the bones
Ribs
Bones that protect your lungs and heart
55 terms
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…
14 terms
Science Anatomy
Digestive System
Respiratory System
Circulatory System
Urinary System
The digestive system is a group of organs working together to…
The primary function of the respiratory system is to supply t…
These are the main roles of the circulatory system. The heart…
The body takes nutrients from food and converts them to energ…
Digestive System
The digestive system is a group of organs working together to…
Respiratory System
The primary function of the respiratory system is to supply t…
20 terms
Science - Anatomy
Parietal Bone
Occipital Bone
Zygomatic Bone
Temporal Bone
a bone forming the central side and upper back part of each s…
the bone that forms the back and base of the skull, and throu…
the bone that forms the prominent part of the cheek and the o…
either of a pair of bones that form part of the side of the s…
Parietal Bone
a bone forming the central side and upper back part of each s…
Occipital Bone
the bone that forms the back and base of the skull, and throu…
37 terms
Sports Science - Anatomy
inferior
superior
proximal
distal
below or further away from the head
above or nearer to the head
nearer to where a limb attaches to the body
further away from where a limb attaches to the body
inferior
below or further away from the head
superior
above or nearer to the head
193 terms
Science Olympiad Anatomy and Physiology
Dendrite
Cell Body with nucleus
schwann cell
Myelin Sheath
Receive stimulus and carries it impulses toward the cell body.
Fiber which carries impulses away from cell body
cells which produce myelain or fat layer in the PNS
Lipid layer around the axon; which insulates the axon
Dendrite
Receive stimulus and carries it impulses toward the cell body.
Cell Body with nucleus
Fiber which carries impulses away from cell body
206 terms
Anatomy & Physiology Science Olympiad
Cerebrum/Cortex
Frontal Lobe
Parietal Lobe
Occipital Lobe
The largest part of the human brain, associated with higher b…
Associated with reasoning, planning, parts of speech, movemen…
Associated with movement, orientation, recognition, perceptio…
Associated with visual processing
Cerebrum/Cortex
The largest part of the human brain, associated with higher b…
Frontal Lobe
Associated with reasoning, planning, parts of speech, movemen…
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Science - Plant Anatomy Fill in Blanks
pollenated
ovary
insects, wind, animals
ovary and egg
When the stigma receives the pollen we say that it is ______
The eggs of a flower are found in the _____
Pollen can be carried by ______
The 2 most important female parts of the flower are the _____…
pollenated
When the stigma receives the pollen we say that it is ______
ovary
The eggs of a flower are found in the _____
52 terms
Science Olympiad Anatomy 2016-2017
Neuron
Parts of a Neuron: Dendrite
Parts of a Neuron: Cell Body
Parts of a Neuron: Axon
Basic functioning cell in the Nervous system- transmits signa…
Receives stimulus and carries it's impulses towards the body.
Contains Nucleus and most of the Cytoplasm in a Neuron.
The Fiber that carries impulses away from the Cell Body.
Neuron
Basic functioning cell in the Nervous system- transmits signa…
Parts of a Neuron: Dendrite
Receives stimulus and carries it's impulses towards the body.
83 terms
Science Olympiad Anatomy & Physiology
Cranium
Face
Hyoid Bone
Vertebral Column
The part of the skull that encloses the brain. Made up of var…
A. Parietal Bone... B. Frontal Bone... C. Nasal Bone... D. Temporal Bo…
A U-shaped bone at the base of the tongue the supports the mu…
The spine, which is made up of three types of vertebrae and t…
Cranium
The part of the skull that encloses the brain. Made up of var…
Face
A. Parietal Bone... B. Frontal Bone... C. Nasal Bone... D. Temporal Bo…
193 terms
Science Olympiad Anatomy and Physiology
Dendrite
Cell Body with nucleus
schwann cell
Myelin Sheath
Receive stimulus and carries it impulses toward the cell body.
Fiber which carries impulses away from cell body
cells which produce myelain or fat layer in the PNS
Lipid layer around the axon; which insulates the axon
Dendrite
Receive stimulus and carries it impulses toward the cell body.
Cell Body with nucleus
Fiber which carries impulses away from cell body
41 terms
science... Anatomy
Anatomy
tissue
organ
organ system
The study of the structures (and their functions) of biolical…
Group of similar cells that preform the same function
structure that is composed of different types of tissues
groups of organs that work together to preform major functions
Anatomy
The study of the structures (and their functions) of biolical…
tissue
Group of similar cells that preform the same function
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Anatomy Science Olympiad
epidermis
Dermis
Subcutaneous
Hair
the layer of skin you can see also all dead skin cells
is made of dense irregular connective tissue and has blood, b…
is fat, blood vessels, and tissue
The end of hair is dead skin
epidermis
the layer of skin you can see also all dead skin cells
Dermis
is made of dense irregular connective tissue and has blood, b…
162 terms
Science Olympiad: Anatomy and Physiology 2017
Central Nervous System
Sensory neurons
Motor neurons
Interneurons
bring messages to CNS
carry messages from CNS
between sensory & motor neurons in the CNS
Central Nervous System
Sensory neurons
bring messages to CNS
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SOMS - Science - Human Brain Anatomy
Frontal Lobe - Cerebrum
Parietal Lobe - Cerebrum
Temporal Lobe - Cerebrum
Occipital Lobe - Cerebrum
Part of the brain associated with motor control, decision mak…
Portion of the cerebral cortex lying at the top of the head a…
The portion of the cerebral cortex that is just above the ear…
A portion of the cerebral cortex that controls visual process…
Frontal Lobe - Cerebrum
Part of the brain associated with motor control, decision mak…
Parietal Lobe - Cerebrum
Portion of the cerebral cortex lying at the top of the head a…
20 terms
Science Anatomy
1.
2.
3.
4.
Skull
Manible
Clavical
Sternum
1.
Skull
2.
Manible
8 terms
Science Anatomy
Urethra
Seminal Vesicle
Cervix
Uterus
What is found in both males and females. What is the tube whe…
What is only found in the males that combines sperm with nutr…
What is the barrier between the uterus and the vagina. What d…
What is only found in the female body and is where the baby d…
Urethra
What is found in both males and females. What is the tube whe…
Seminal Vesicle
What is only found in the males that combines sperm with nutr…
19 terms
Anatomy science
Fallopian tubes
Vas deferens
Testes
Penis
Where egg travels through
transports sperm
Produces sperm
Delivers sperm/semen to female
Fallopian tubes
Where egg travels through
Vas deferens
transports sperm
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Anatomy science
Histology
Cytology
Embryology
Gross anatomy
Tissues
Cells
Devlopemnt of the organism
Organs and structures that can be studied by dissection
Histology
Tissues
Cytology
Cells
190 terms
Hearing Science anatomy & physiology
transducer
conductive mechanism
sensorineural mechanism
central auditory system
A device that changes energy from one form to another, thus a…
Consisting of the pinna, the external auditory meatus (ear ca…
Constists of the structures of the cochlea and the auditory n…
...
transducer
A device that changes energy from one form to another, thus a…
conductive mechanism
Consisting of the pinna, the external auditory meatus (ear ca…
11 terms
science anatomy
four types of membranes
2distinct layers of the skin
lowest level of epidermis
keratinocyes
serous mucous synovial an cutaneous
epidermis an dermis
statum
old cells
four types of membranes
serous mucous synovial an cutaneous
2distinct layers of the skin
epidermis an dermis
36 terms
Science Anatomy
Side Of Waist
Base Of Skull
Buttocks
Ankle
Flank
Occipital
Gluteals
Tarsal
Side Of Waist
Flank
Base Of Skull
Occipital
12 terms
Science - Anatomy
Artery
Capillary
Hemoglobin
Pacemaker
Any blood vessels that carries blood away from the heart
A tiny blood vessel that allows the exchange of material betw…
Iron -containing oxygen - traveling protein found in red bloo…
A group of cells that regulate the contraction of the heart
Artery
Any blood vessels that carries blood away from the heart
Capillary
A tiny blood vessel that allows the exchange of material betw…
27 terms
Anatomy - Science
kidney
ureters
urinary bladder
urethra
filters blood to produce urine
transport urine
stores urine
excreates urine
kidney
filters blood to produce urine
ureters
transport urine
166 terms
Science Olympiad 2016 Skeletal Anatomy
5 functions of bone: ... 1 support/shape…
5 interactions of muscles with bones…
Axial Skeleton
80 bones (skull, vertebra, ribs, stern…
5 functions of bones
Bones work with Muscles
skull, ossicles, vertebra, ribs, sternum, hyoid make up what…
Axial Skeleton has how many bones
5 functions of bone: ... 1 support/shape…
5 functions of bones
5 interactions of muscles with bones…
Bones work with Muscles
21 terms
science anatomy
cranium
clavicle
scapula
sternum
...
...
...
...
cranium
...
clavicle
...
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Science _ Anatomy
Support and movement, skin (characteri…
Skin (functions)
Layers of Skin, epidermis
Layers of Skin, dermis
1. The largest organ of the body. 2. 1-2 mm thick. 3. Almost…
1. Protection against disease-causing organisms, dangerous ch…
outer layer of skin
inner layer of skin
Support and movement, skin (characteri…
1. The largest organ of the body. 2. 1-2 mm thick. 3. Almost…
Skin (functions)
1. Protection against disease-causing organisms, dangerous ch…
96 terms
Science Anatomy
Organization of the human body
Definition of a cell
Definition of Tissue
Definition of Organ
-Atoms... -Molecules... -Cells... -Tissues... -Organs... -Organ Systems
Basic unit of structure and function of all living things
Collection of specialized cells of the same type that perform…
A group of tissues
Organization of the human body
-Atoms... -Molecules... -Cells... -Tissues... -Organs... -Organ Systems
Definition of a cell
Basic unit of structure and function of all living things
11 terms
Science - Anatomy
Trachea
Esophagus
Stomach
Heart
Provides air flow to and from lungs for respiration
Transfers food and liquid to the stomach
Secretes acid and enzymes and helps break down food
Pumps blood through the body
Trachea
Provides air flow to and from lungs for respiration
Esophagus
Transfers food and liquid to the stomach
20 terms
Science - anatomy
Cells
Tissues
Epithelial tissue
Connective tissue
-smallest level of organization in the body
-2nd smallest level of organization in the body... -group of cel…
-lines interior and exterior body surfaces
-supports and connects body parts
Cells
-smallest level of organization in the body
Tissues
-2nd smallest level of organization in the body... -group of cel…
26 terms
Science Anatomy
Scrotum
Testis
Epididymis
Seminal Vesicle
a pouch of skin containing the testicles.
they are the glands where sperm and testosterone are produced.
a highly convoluted duct behind the testis, along which sperm…
Produce Semen
Scrotum
a pouch of skin containing the testicles.
Testis
they are the glands where sperm and testosterone are produced.
19 terms
Science Anatomy
Cranium
Mandible
Clavicle
Humerus
Skull
Jaw Bone
Collar Bone
Funny Bone
Cranium
Skull
Mandible
Jaw Bone
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Science anatomy
Testicle
Epididymis
Vas Deferens
Seminal Vesicle
2 walnut sized gland housed outside the body in the scrotum m…
2 glands that are tightly coiled tubing where sperm matures.
2 tubes that carry sperm out of the epididymis to urethra
2 of them... function- secretes a sugary fluid to nourish sperm
Testicle
2 walnut sized gland housed outside the body in the scrotum m…
Epididymis
2 glands that are tightly coiled tubing where sperm matures.
41 terms
science... Anatomy
Anatomy
tissue
organ
organ system
Anatomy The study of the structures (and their functions) of…
Group of similar cells that preform the same function
structure that is composed of different types of tissues
groups of organs that work together to preform major functions
Anatomy
Anatomy The study of the structures (and their functions) of…
tissue
Group of similar cells that preform the same function
20 terms
Science Anatomy
Alveolus
Capillaries
Plasma
Fibrinogen
A tiny air sac at tje end of each bronchiole
Blood vessel in which oxygen and food pass to body cells
Liquid part of blood
Protein in which the platelets form threads, creating a clot
Alveolus
A tiny air sac at tje end of each bronchiole
Capillaries
Blood vessel in which oxygen and food pass to body cells
15 terms
science anatomy
mouth
Epiglatus
esophagus
gastroesophagel sphincter
mechanical digestion - saliva breaks down starch
flap that covers the esophagus
peristalsis - involuntary movement that brings food to your s…
rings of muscle that separate organs
mouth
mechanical digestion - saliva breaks down starch
Epiglatus
flap that covers the esophagus
12 terms
Science anatomy
Enzymes
Alimentary canal
Chime
Bile
Contained in saliva to help break down food, and released fro…
Mouth, pharynx, esophogus, stomach, small intestine, large in…
Gastric juices mixed with food, triggers release of digestive…
Created in the liver, mixes with food from the small intestines
Enzymes
Contained in saliva to help break down food, and released fro…
Alimentary canal
Mouth, pharynx, esophogus, stomach, small intestine, large in…
51 terms
Science: Anatomy
Define deductive and inductive reasoni…
What is the hierarchy of the structure…
What are the four basic tissue types i…
Epithelial Tissue
Deductive reasoning is a method whereby conclusions follow fr…
Atoms... Molecules... Cells... Tissues... Organs... Organ Systems... Organism
Epithelial, connective, muscular, and nervous.
Serves 2 functions: provides covering (such as skin tissue) o…
Define deductive and inductive reasoni…
Deductive reasoning is a method whereby conclusions follow fr…
What is the hierarchy of the structure…
Atoms... Molecules... Cells... Tissues... Organs... Organ Systems... Organism
88 terms
science anatomy
ingestion
digestion
order of digestion
absorption
act of eating or taking in food
the breakdown of food into molecules small enough for the bod…
mechanical then chemical
the cells lining the digestive tract take up the small molecu…
ingestion
act of eating or taking in food
digestion
the breakdown of food into molecules small enough for the bod…
120 terms
science teas (human anatomy)
Scientific argument
structure of the human body
epithelial tissue
simple epithelium
Problem... Question... Hypothesis... Data collection and experimentati…
Organism... organ systems... organs... tissues... cells... molecules... atoms
it can provide covering (such as skin tissue) or produce secr…
contains one layer of cells and found in body structures wher…
Scientific argument
Problem... Question... Hypothesis... Data collection and experimentati…
structure of the human body
Organism... organ systems... organs... tissues... cells... molecules... atoms
52 terms
Anatomy Science Olympiad 2016-2017
Neuron
Parts of a Neuron: Dendrite
Parts of a Neuron: Cell Body
Parts of a Neuron: Axon
Basic functioning cell in the Nervous system- transmits signa…
Receives stimulus and carries it's impulses towards the body.
Contains Nucleus and most of the Cytoplasm in a Neuron.
The Fiber that carries impulses away from the Cell Body.
Neuron
Basic functioning cell in the Nervous system- transmits signa…
Parts of a Neuron: Dendrite
Receives stimulus and carries it's impulses towards the body.
12 terms
Anatomy: Science
Mesentary
Gall Bladder
Stomach
Cloaca
The membrane holds and coils of the small intestine together
This organ is found under the liver, it stores bile
The organthat is the first major site of chemibal digestion... T…
Eggs, Sperm, urine and wastes all empty into this structure
Mesentary
The membrane holds and coils of the small intestine together
Gall Bladder
This organ is found under the liver, it stores bile
22 terms
Science Anatomy
Penis
Scrotum
Testes
Epididymis
Center of sexual excitement in a man. Contains sponge-like ti…
Pouch of skin in the male that contains the testes. Protects…
Testosterone is made in the testes. Sperm are made and stored…
Approximately twenty feet of very thin tightly rolled tubing.…
Penis
Center of sexual excitement in a man. Contains sponge-like ti…
Scrotum
Pouch of skin in the male that contains the testes. Protects…
38 terms
Science Vocab. Anatomy and Physiology
Lateral
Medial
Superior
Inferior
toward the side
toward the midline of the body
toward the head, above
away from the head, or below
Lateral
toward the side
Medial
toward the midline of the body
210 terms
Science Olympiad Anatomy and Phisiology 2016
The 3 Systems for Science Olympiad 2016
Integumentary System
Characteristics of Skin
Skin Functions
Integumentary, Skeletal and Muscular.
This System consist of skin, nails, hair, the subcutaneous ti…
The integument cover the whole body and is the largest organ…
These are protection from injury, protects against infection,…
The 3 Systems for Science Olympiad 2016
Integumentary, Skeletal and Muscular.
Integumentary System
This System consist of skin, nails, hair, the subcutaneous ti…
52 terms
Anatomy Science Olympiad 2016-2017
Neuron
Parts of a Neuron: Dendrite
Parts of a Neuron: Cell Body
Parts of a Neuron: Axon
Basic functioning cell in the Nervous system- transmits signa…
Receives stimulus and carries it's impulses towards the body.
Contains Nucleus and most of the Cytoplasm in a Neuron.
The Fiber that carries impulses away from the Cell Body.
Neuron
Basic functioning cell in the Nervous system- transmits signa…
Parts of a Neuron: Dendrite
Receives stimulus and carries it's impulses towards the body.
18 terms
Science of Anatomy
Anatomy
Physiology
Microscopic Anatomy
Microscopic - Cystology
Studies the form and structure of the body
Examines how the body functions
Examines structures that cannot be observed by the unaided eye
The study of body cells and their internal structure
Anatomy
Studies the form and structure of the body
Physiology
Examines how the body functions
38 terms
Science Vocab. Anatomy and Physiology
Lateral
Medial
Superior
Inferior
toward the side
toward the midline of the body
toward the head, above
away from the head, or below
Lateral
toward the side
Medial
toward the midline of the body
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