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217 terms
Anatomy test 1
What are superficial/ntermediate back…
Superficail back muscles extend from b…
What do intermediate muscles play a ro…
Deep back muscles act to __________ an…
ventral sources, ventral rami
pectoral or pelvic girdles
respiration or proprioceptive
maintain posture, move vertebral column
What are superficial/ntermediate back…
ventral sources, ventral rami
Superficail back muscles extend from b…
pectoral or pelvic girdles
51 terms
Human Anatomy Test 1
anatomy
physiology
metabolism
homeostasis
body structure and relationships
movement of body
all chemical events in the body
maintenance of a stable internal environment
anatomy
body structure and relationships
physiology
movement of body
72 terms
Anatomy Test 1
Interphase
Prophase
Metaphase
Anaphase
Interphase
Prophase
332 terms
Anatomy Test 1
anatomy
physiology
gross anatomy
surface anatomy
study of the structure of body parts
study of the function of body parts
study of large body parts
study of general form and superficial markings
anatomy
study of the structure of body parts
physiology
study of the function of body parts
89 terms
Oral Anatomy Test 1
dental arch
maxilla (maxillary)
mandible (mandibular)
midline
upper/lower jaw
fixed; 2 fused bones
movable; 1 bone
divides upper and lower arches into right and left halves
dental arch
upper/lower jaw
maxilla (maxillary)
fixed; 2 fused bones
78 terms
Anatomy Test 1
Anatomy
Physiology
Surface Anatomy
Gross Anatomy
The study of the structure of the human body
The study of the body function
The study of the external features of the body. It deals with…
The branch of anatomy that deals with the structure of organs…
Anatomy
The study of the structure of the human body
Physiology
The study of the body function
Anatomy Test 1
Anatomy
Physiology
Homeostasis
Characteristics of life
the organization of the body
how the body functions
A tendency to maintain a balanced or constant internal state;…
1. Movement ... 2. Different Levels of Organization ... 3. Respond…
Anatomy
the organization of the body
Physiology
how the body functions
41 terms
Anatomy Test 1
anatomy
physiology
gross Anatomy
microscopic Anatomy
Study of the structure and shape of the body and its parts
Study of how the body and its parts work function
Large Structures, Easily observed... big, large, anything you ca…
Very small structures... Can only be viewed with a microscope
anatomy
Study of the structure and shape of the body and its parts
physiology
Study of how the body and its parts work function
234 terms
Anatomy Test 1
Proximal
Distal
Superficial(external)
Deep(Internal)
Closer to the origin of the body part or the point of attachm…
Farther from the origin of a body part or the point of attach…
Toward or at the body surface
Away from the body surface;more internal
Proximal
Closer to the origin of the body part or the point of attachm…
Distal
Farther from the origin of a body part or the point of attach…
ANATOMY TEST#1
carbs lipids proteins NA
bimonomer
galatose
fructose
four macromoleclues
two sugar carbohydrate
monosaccharide in milk
monosacchrite in fruit
carbs lipids proteins NA
four macromoleclues
bimonomer
two sugar carbohydrate
235 terms
Anatomy test 1
Mneumonic for foramina that trigeminal…
V1 branches mneumonic
V2 branches (maxillary) MPAZI
V3 branches MAILB
Standing- Superior orbital fissure (opthalmic division) v1... Ro…
N-Nasociliary... F- Frontal... L- Lacrimal
1. Meningeal... 2. palatines (greater/lesser)... 3. Alveolar (poste…
1. Mandibular... 2. Auriculotemporal... 3. Inferior alveolar... 4. lin…
Mneumonic for foramina that trigeminal…
Standing- Superior orbital fissure (opthalmic division) v1... Ro…
V1 branches mneumonic
N-Nasociliary... F- Frontal... L- Lacrimal
37 terms
Anatomy Test 1
ATP
ACP
Glycogen
Contract
Fast twitch; 3 seconds
Fast twitch; 8 seconds; Creatine Phosphate
Fast twitch; 90 seconds; not enough oxygen present. Lactic ac…
The job of the muscle is to_________________
ATP
Fast twitch; 3 seconds
ACP
Fast twitch; 8 seconds; Creatine Phosphate
Anatomy test 1
Clinical/ Applied Anatomy
Pathological anatomy
Regional anatomy
Systemic anatomy
The practical application of anatomical knowledge to diagnosi…
the sub-specialty of pathology that pertains to the gross and…
an approach to anatomical study based on areas, parts, or div…
a study of the configuration of the surface of the body, espe…
Clinical/ Applied Anatomy
The practical application of anatomical knowledge to diagnosi…
Pathological anatomy
the sub-specialty of pathology that pertains to the gross and…
Anatomy Test 1
Integumentary System Parts
Integumentary System Function
Skeletal System Parts
Skeletal System Function
Skin
protects tissue from injury and synthesizes vitamin D
Cartilages, joint, bones
protects and supports body organs and provides a framework fo…
Integumentary System Parts
Skin
Integumentary System Function
protects tissue from injury and synthesizes vitamin D
229 terms
Anatomy Test 1
Special features of Epithelial Tissue
Characteristics of Epithelial Tissue
Use of epithelial tissue
Microvilli
Microvilli and cilia
Highly cellular, little extracellular space. Have special jun…
Covers external and internal surfaces, and are involved in pr…
Increase the abortive surface. eg intestinal mucosa
Special features of Epithelial Tissue
Microvilli and cilia
Characteristics of Epithelial Tissue
Highly cellular, little extracellular space. Have special jun…
123 terms
Anatomy Test 1
Define science
How does culture affect science?
How does science affect culture?
Anatomy
-Science is a process by which we try to understand or make s…
Culture prefers certain experiments on animals as opposed to…
Advancements in science impact the gold standard for treatmen…
"a cutting open", the study of the internal and external stru…
Define science
-Science is a process by which we try to understand or make s…
How does culture affect science?
Culture prefers certain experiments on animals as opposed to…
101 terms
Anatomy Test 1
Homeostasis
Anatomy
Microscopic Anatomy
Cytology
Maintenance of physiological balance
Study of structure of the body
Study of structures too small to be seen
Study of cell structures
Homeostasis
Maintenance of physiological balance
Anatomy
Study of structure of the body
33 terms
anatomy test 1
simple squamous epithelium
simple cuboidal epithelium
nonciliated simple columnar epithelium
ciliated simple columnar epithelium
-found in lungs, blood vessels... -lines & protects for O2 diffu…
-found in ovary, lines anterior surface of eye lens, kidneys,…
-lines GI tract, gall bladder, & ducts of many glands... -secret…
-found in throat & fallopian tubes... -cilia bear in unison to m…
simple squamous epithelium
-found in lungs, blood vessels... -lines & protects for O2 diffu…
simple cuboidal epithelium
-found in ovary, lines anterior surface of eye lens, kidneys,…
Test 1 Anatomy
Joe tells Mary, a vegan, that people "…
inspection and palpation
palpation
Exploratory surgery
Example of the relationship between anatomy and physiology
The doctor started pressing my abdomen, asking if I felt any…
Kieth fell to the ground, and a man put two fingers on his ne…
medical imaging has mostly replaced:
Joe tells Mary, a vegan, that people "…
Example of the relationship between anatomy and physiology
inspection and palpation
The doctor started pressing my abdomen, asking if I felt any…
Anatomy Test 1
anatomy
gross anatomy
microanatomy
cytology
study of body structures
study of large parts (muscles and bones)
study of microscopic structures (tissues and cells)
study of cells
anatomy
study of body structures
gross anatomy
study of large parts (muscles and bones)
65 terms
Anatomy Test 1
Anatomy
Physiology
Topics of Anatomy
Gross Anatomy... (Topic of Anatomy)
The study of the STRUCTURE of the body parts and their RELATI…
The Function of a body part.... - How the body par works to main…
-Gross... -Microscopic... -Developmental
The study of large body structures VISIBLE to the naked eye
Anatomy
The study of the STRUCTURE of the body parts and their RELATI…
Physiology
The Function of a body part.... - How the body par works to main…
167 terms
Anatomy Test 1
Normal blood glucose concentration range
Plasma concentration range
pH of blood
Normal body temp. range
70-120 mg/dL
9-10.5 mg/dL
7.35-7.45
36.5-37.5 C (97.5-99.5 F)
Normal blood glucose concentration range
70-120 mg/dL
Plasma concentration range
9-10.5 mg/dL
125 terms
Anatomy Test 1
Regional Anatomy
Systemic Anatomy
Surface Anatomy
Structural Heirarchy
all structures in one particular region
System by system
internal structures as they relate to overlying surface
atoms, molecules, cells, tissue level, organ, organ system, o…
Regional Anatomy
all structures in one particular region
Systemic Anatomy
System by system
Anatomy Test 1
reproductive system
urinary system
nervous system
muscular system
gonads, sex-producing cells & organs... function: transport of s…
kidneys, bladder, ureters, urethra... function: filters, rid bod…
brain, spinal chord, nerves... fucntion: coordinates body region…
muscles... function: muscles strengthen
reproductive system
gonads, sex-producing cells & organs... function: transport of s…
urinary system
kidneys, bladder, ureters, urethra... function: filters, rid bod…
150 terms
Anatomy Test 1
tissues
epithelial... connective... muscle... nervous
epithelial
cellularity... specialized contacts... polar…
group of cells of similar structure that perform a common fun…
what are the 4 types of tissues
covers a bodies surface or lines a cavity... forms parts of most…
characteristics of epithelial tissue
tissues
group of cells of similar structure that perform a common fun…
epithelial... connective... muscle... nervous
what are the 4 types of tissues
46 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Test 1
Multicellular Simple Glands
Simple Tubular
Simple Coiled Tubular
Simple Branched Tubular
Simple tubular, simple coiled tubular, simple branched tubula…
Intestinal Glands
Merocrine Sweat Glands
Mucus Glands of Esophagus, ... Tongue
Multicellular Simple Glands
Simple tubular, simple coiled tubular, simple branched tubula…
Simple Tubular
Intestinal Glands
Anatomy Test 1
anatomical position
supine position
prone position
sagittal plane
~ forearm is rotated so palm of hand faces forward... ~feet are…
lying on back... (if your arm is supine you can hold a bowl of s…
lying on stomach
left/right
anatomical position
~ forearm is rotated so palm of hand faces forward... ~feet are…
supine position
lying on back... (if your arm is supine you can hold a bowl of s…
67 terms
Anatomy Test 1
Abdominal
Antecubital
Axillary
Brachial
anterior body trunk inferior
anterior surface or elbow
armpit
arm
Abdominal
anterior body trunk inferior
Antecubital
anterior surface or elbow
84 terms
Anatomy Test 1
Human Anatomy
Gross Anatomy
Micro anatomy
Levels of Structural Organization
study of body's structure
study of larger structures
study of structures that can only be observed with microscopes
chemical level, cell level, tissue level, organ level, organ…
Human Anatomy
study of body's structure
Gross Anatomy
study of larger structures
98 terms
Anatomy Test 1
Types of Microscopy
Resolving Power
Steps necessary for Light Microscopy
Issues with Steps needed for Light Mic…
- Light: pass light through specimen... - Electron: greater reso…
- Dependent on optical system, wavelength of light source, sp…
- Acquisition of cells or tissues... - Fixation... - Processing: de…
- Time takes up to 2 days, solvent dissolves lipids, shrinkag…
Types of Microscopy
- Light: pass light through specimen... - Electron: greater reso…
Resolving Power
- Dependent on optical system, wavelength of light source, sp…
82 terms
anatomy test 1
Anatomy
Physiology
Homeostasis
anterior
the study of the body
the study of functions of the body
the ability to stay at equilibrium
in anatomical position, the face and palms are on the _______…
Anatomy
the study of the body
Physiology
the study of functions of the body
Anatomy Test 1
Levels of Body Organization
Types of Tissues
How many systems of the human body are…
Human Body Systems
Tissue, organ, systems, organismal
Epithelial, Nervous, Connective, Muscle
Eleven
Integumentary, Skeletal, Muscular, Cardiovascular, Lymphatic,…
Levels of Body Organization
Tissue, organ, systems, organismal
Types of Tissues
Epithelial, Nervous, Connective, Muscle
204 terms
Anatomy Test 1
anatomy
physiology
levels of organism organization
cell membrane function
examines the structures of body parts, their forms and organi…
considers the functions of the body parts, what they do and h…
subatomic particle, atom, molecule, macromolecule, organelle,…
maintains integrity of cells, controls passage of materials i…
anatomy
examines the structures of body parts, their forms and organi…
physiology
considers the functions of the body parts, what they do and h…
165 terms
Anatomy Test 1
anatomy
applied, or clinical, anatomy
descriptive, or systemic, anatomy
gross anatomy
the study of the structure of an organism
the subdiscipline of anatomy concerned with diagnosis, treatm…
the description of individual parts of the body without refer…
the study of structures visible without the aid of microscopy
anatomy
the study of the structure of an organism
applied, or clinical, anatomy
the subdiscipline of anatomy concerned with diagnosis, treatm…
83 terms
Anatomy Test 1
Superior
Inferior
Anterior
Posterior
Toward the head, upper, above.
Toward the feet, lower, below.
Front
Back
Superior
Toward the head, upper, above.
Inferior
Toward the feet, lower, below.
161 terms
Anatomy test 1
Transverse Section (or Cross Section)
EPITHELIAL
NERVE
MUSCLE TISSUE (3 TYPES)
runs horizontally from left to right, dividing body into supe…
FUNCTION TO PROTECT, ABSORB, SECRETE AND ALLOW PASSAGE
TISSUES ALLOW FOR TRANSMISSION OF A SIGNAL FROM NERE TO MUSCL…
DESIGNED TO CONTRACT/GENERATE FORCE (SMOOTH, CARDIAC, SKELETAL)
Transverse Section (or Cross Section)
runs horizontally from left to right, dividing body into supe…
EPITHELIAL
FUNCTION TO PROTECT, ABSORB, SECRETE AND ALLOW PASSAGE
133 terms
Anatomy Test 1
*Anatomy
*Physiology
Gross Anatomy
Regional Anatomy
the study of structure of body parts and their relationship t…
the study of the function of the body, how the body parts wor…
study of large body structures visible to the eye such as the…
study of all structures in a region of the body at the same t…
*Anatomy
the study of structure of body parts and their relationship t…
*Physiology
the study of the function of the body, how the body parts wor…
Anatomy Test 1
Epithelial Tissue
Simple Squamous Epithelial
Stratified squamous
Simple cuboidal
Barriers
Capillaries, glomeruli (kidneys), alveoli
Esophagus, mouth, vagina, epidermis, anal canal, pharynx
Glands, kidney, tubules, ovary surface
Epithelial Tissue
Barriers
Simple Squamous Epithelial
Capillaries, glomeruli (kidneys), alveoli
Anatomy Test 1
Anatomy
Physiology
Applied Anatomy
Descriptive Anatomy
Structure of an organism. Describe in detail.
Function of a living organism and its components.
Applies anatomy to diagnosing and treating
Relates body parts to functional systems (how everything work…
Anatomy
Structure of an organism. Describe in detail.
Physiology
Function of a living organism and its components.
48 terms
Anatomy test 1
Integumentary System
Skeletal System
Muscular System
Nervous System
Protects the body's internal living tissues and organs... Prote…
support, movement, protection, blood cell production, calcium…
controls movement and helps maintain posture, circulates the…
allows us to perceive, comprehend, and respond to the world a…
Integumentary System
Protects the body's internal living tissues and organs... Prote…
Skeletal System
support, movement, protection, blood cell production, calcium…
37 terms
Anatomy test 1
Mandibular (foramen ovale) branches
stylomastoid foramen
pterygoids divide
Facial Intrapetrous branches
Meningeal, N to medial pterygoid (tensor vili palatine), nerv…
facial nerve
terminal branch of ext carotid (maxillary)
Greater superficial petrosal nerve, nerve to stapedius, and c…
Mandibular (foramen ovale) branches
Meningeal, N to medial pterygoid (tensor vili palatine), nerv…
stylomastoid foramen
facial nerve
Anatomy Test 1
Medial
Posterior
Ventral
Cranial
closer to the median plane
more towards the back
closer to the front
Skull area
Medial
closer to the median plane
Posterior
more towards the back
24 terms
Anatomy - Test 1
superior
inferior
medial
proximal
up, above
down, below
towards the middle
near, nearest
superior
up, above
inferior
down, below
149 terms
Anatomy Test 1
Exocrine Glands
Endocrine Glands
simple squamous epithelium... function? l…
simple cuboidal epithelium
type of glandular epithelium... secrete products into ducts (swe…
type of glandular epithelium... secrete hormones, ductless glands
fxn: diffusion... location: kindey, lungs... endo- lymphatic and bl…
fxn: secretion and absorption... location: kidney, walls of glan…
Exocrine Glands
type of glandular epithelium... secrete products into ducts (swe…
Endocrine Glands
type of glandular epithelium... secrete hormones, ductless glands
22 terms
Anatomy Test 1
Prenatal Period
Embryonic Period
Fetal Period
Zygote
Time between conception (the union of egg and sperm cell) and…
Spans the first 8 weeks.
Spans remaining 30 weeks after the embryonic period.
Fertilized oocyte
Prenatal Period
Time between conception (the union of egg and sperm cell) and…
Embryonic Period
Spans the first 8 weeks.
150 terms
Anatomy Test 1
Anatomy
Physiology
Tissues
Organs
Study of the body's structures and how they relate to one ano…
Study of the chemistry and physics of the strictures of the b…
groups of similar cells working together to perform a specifi…
a structure of 2 or more tissue types performing a specific p…
Anatomy
Study of the body's structures and how they relate to one ano…
Physiology
Study of the chemistry and physics of the strictures of the b…
47 terms
Anatomy test 1 review
ext jug
tympanic nerve
sella tuchika is part of
pterygopalatine ganglion
PAST- post ext jug, ant jug, suprascap, transverse cervical
branch of glossal pharng->joins leser petrosal->otic ganglion…
sphenoid
secretomotor fibers to the lacrimal gland and nasal, pharynge…
ext jug
PAST- post ext jug, ant jug, suprascap, transverse cervical
tympanic nerve
branch of glossal pharng->joins leser petrosal->otic ganglion…
113 terms
Anatomy Test 1 Terms
Gross Anatomy
Topographic Anatomy
Applied Anatomy
Microscopic Anatomy
study of structures visible to the unaided eye
anatomy of one part of the body in relation to another
practical application of anatomy as it relates to disease pro…
study of tissue structures with a microscope
Gross Anatomy
study of structures visible to the unaided eye
Topographic Anatomy
anatomy of one part of the body in relation to another
91 terms
Anatomy Test 1
Integumentary System
Endocrine System
Digestive System
Levels of Organization
nails, hair, skin ... regulates body temperature (i.e. shivering…
Hormones
Components: Organs of gastrointestinal tract, including the m…
1- chemical level: includes atoms and molecules... examples: DNA…
Integumentary System
nails, hair, skin ... regulates body temperature (i.e. shivering…
Endocrine System
Hormones
191 terms
ANATOMY TEST 1
Gross Anatomy
surface anatomy
regional anatomy
systemic anatomy
seen with the eye
general form and superficial markings
specific area (trunk/neck)
specific organ system (central nervous)
Gross Anatomy
seen with the eye
surface anatomy
general form and superficial markings
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