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100 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Anatomy Roots Words
cardio
angio
vaso
hema
heart
vessel
vessel
blood
cardio
heart
angio
vessel
19 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Chapter 6 Anatomy
Skin
Dermis
Stratum basal
Keritan
Primary organ
Thicker deep portion
Layer that is the deepest/bottom
Protein which makes it waterproof
Skin
Primary organ
Dermis
Thicker deep portion
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Ch. 10 Anatomy of the Muscular System (pt. 1)
Endomysium
Perimysium
Epimysium
Tendon
Delicate tissue membrane covering skeletal muscle fibers
Tougher connective tissue envelope that binds together fascic…
Course connective tissue sheathed covering muscle as a whole
Strong tough cord that is continuous at one end with the peri…
Endomysium
Delicate tissue membrane covering skeletal muscle fibers
Perimysium
Tougher connective tissue envelope that binds together fascic…
52 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Lecture 6: The Larynx and Pharynx
1. Maintenance of airway... 2. Act as a v…
Anterior
C3-C6
Superior... Inferior
Functions of the larynx (4):
What part of the neck is the larynx?
What spinal level is the larynx?
2 groups of lymphatics in the larynx area:
1. Maintenance of airway... 2. Act as a v…
Functions of the larynx (4):
Anterior
What part of the neck is the larynx?
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6 extrinsic eye muscles
lateral rectus
medial rectus
superior rectus
inferior rectus
action: moves eye laterally... Innervation: abducens nerve (VI)
action: moves eye medially... Innervation: oculomotor (III)
action: moves eye superiorly... Innervation: oculomotor (III)
action: moves eye inferiorly... Innervation: oculomotor (III)
lateral rectus
action: moves eye laterally... Innervation: abducens nerve (VI)
medial rectus
action: moves eye medially... Innervation: oculomotor (III)
22 termscreated on December 4, 2016
ANATOMY: Unit 5 Upper Limbs
Acromion
Coracoid Process
Glenoid Cavity
Acromioclavicular Joint
Acromion
Coracoid Process
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Anatomy Final
Where is there no intervertebral disc?
What type of joint is the spine?
What type of tissue is IV disc?
What are the contents of nucleus pulpo…
Between C1 and C2
Cartilagenous symphysis
Fibrocartilage
Collagen, elastin, and proteoglycan gel
Where is there no intervertebral disc?
Between C1 and C2
What type of joint is the spine?
Cartilagenous symphysis
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Cranial Nerves Quiz 1, Exam 2
damage to the corticospinal tract prod…
atonia... areflexia... hypertrophy... are found…
sensory modalities that ascend the spi…
which part of the body do you expect t…
spastic paralysis
flaccid paralysis
discriminative touch... joint poisition... vibration
lips
damage to the corticospinal tract prod…
spastic paralysis
atonia... areflexia... hypertrophy... are found…
flaccid paralysis
88 termscreated on December 4, 2016
skeleton
coronal suture
sagittal suture
squamous suture
lambdoidal suture
coronal suture
sagittal suture
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Anatomy Final
Superior
Inferior
Medial
Lateral
Above
Below
Inner Side
Outer Side
Superior
Above
Inferior
Below
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muscle proteins
contractile
regulatory
structural
myosin
generate force during contraction
switch the contractile process on and off
align thick and thin filaments and link the myofibrils to the…
thick filaments with a protruding head to attach to actin
contractile
generate force during contraction
regulatory
switch the contractile process on and off
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anatomy quiz 12.5.16 (makeup)
comunuted
greenstick
impacted
spiral
breaks into fragments; commonly in the aged
bone breaks incompletely in children
bone ends are forced into each other;
occurs with excessive twisting; sports fracture
comunuted
breaks into fragments; commonly in the aged
greenstick
bone breaks incompletely in children
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History Of Medicine Scientists
Albert Sabin
Alexander Fleming
Anton Van Leeuwenhoek
Bartholommeo Eustachus
Used live polio virus to form a vaccine. This was an oral dos…
British Bacteriologist who invented first safe antibiotic-pen…
Invented Microscope; Observed bacteria causing tooth decay
Discovered Eustachian tube
Albert Sabin
Used live polio virus to form a vaccine. This was an oral dos…
Alexander Fleming
British Bacteriologist who invented first safe antibiotic-pen…
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Anatomy lab 8-10 nerve supply
facial expressions MM
tongue MM
mandible MM
pharyngeal MM
facial n
hypoglossal n
mandibular n
glossopharyngeal and vagus nn
facial expressions MM
facial n
tongue MM
hypoglossal n
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EYE
lateral rectus eye
superior rectus eye
superior oblique eye
inferior oblique eye
superior oblique points medial
lateral rectus eye
superior rectus eye
47 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Anatomy Skeleton
Calcaneus
Cervical Vertebrae
Clavicle
Coccyx
Calcaneus
Cervical Vertebrae
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PY 370 Ch. 3
3 periods of development
Renaissance "rebirth"
Reformation
Scientific revolution
1. renaissance... 2. reformation... 3. scientific revolution
1. renewed interest in antiquity ... 2. contrasted with dark age…
1. power dynamics: religious reformers, protestants weakened…
1. physics and math challenged existing knowledge... 2. communic…
3 periods of development
1. renaissance... 2. reformation... 3. scientific revolution
Renaissance "rebirth"
1. renewed interest in antiquity ... 2. contrasted with dark age…
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Muscular Study Guide Test
Connective tissue surrounding muscles
Connective tissue that encloses groups…
Areolar connective tissue that surroun…
Myofibril that participate in muscular…
Epimysium
Perimysium
Endomysium
Actin filaments
Connective tissue surrounding muscles
Epimysium
Connective tissue that encloses groups…
Perimysium
40 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Lab Exam 6: Reproductive System
MALE
testicles
epididymus
-head
...
...
sperm maturation
...
MALE
...
testicles
...
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Anatomy test
Cartilage
Hyaline
Elastic
Fibrocartilage
Firm flexible(chondrocytes) contains 80% of water
Collagen fibers with (chondroblast) in the lacunae (trachea)
Elastic fibers in matrix supports the external ear
Thick collagen fibers
Cartilage
Firm flexible(chondrocytes) contains 80% of water
Hyaline
Collagen fibers with (chondroblast) in the lacunae (trachea)
15 termscreated on December 4, 2016
ANATOMY: MUSCLES
What is the function of Skeletal Muscl…
What is the function of Smooth Muscle?…
What is the function of Cardiac Muscle?
What are the 4 functions of muscles?
Ambulate (walk, move around)
Forces fluids and food through systems (Digestive systems) us…
It moves blood
1. Movement... 2. Posture... 3. Stabilization of Joints... 4. Heat Gen…
What is the function of Skeletal Muscl…
Ambulate (walk, move around)
What is the function of Smooth Muscle?…
Forces fluids and food through systems (Digestive systems) us…
18 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Bone Markings Anatomy
Tuberosity
Crest
Trochanter
Line
Large, rounded projection; may be roughened
Narrow ridge of bone
Very large, blunt, irregularly shaped process
Narrow ridge of bone; less prominent than a crest
Tuberosity
Large, rounded projection; may be roughened
Crest
Narrow ridge of bone
15 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Muscles of Lower Limb Anterior
Tensor fasciae latae
Sartorius
Iliopsoas
Gracilis
Steadies femur... Flex hip... ABDUCT thigh
Flex hips and knee... Rotate thigh (cross legs)
Flex hip
ADDUCT thigh... Flex knee
Tensor fasciae latae
Steadies femur... Flex hip... ABDUCT thigh
Sartorius
Flex hips and knee... Rotate thigh (cross legs)
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Back
Trapezius (superficial layer)
Latissimus Dorsi (superficial layer)
Rhomboid Minor (superficial layer)
Rhomboid Major (superficial layer)
Origin = occipital spines... Insertion = clavicle & scapula... Inne…
Origin = thoracic spines, thoracolumbar fascia, iliac crest... I…
Origin = C7, T1 spines ... Insertion = scapula... Innervation = dor…
Origin = thoracic spines... Insertion = scapula... Innervation = do…
Trapezius (superficial layer)
Origin = occipital spines... Insertion = clavicle & scapula... Inne…
Latissimus Dorsi (superficial layer)
Origin = thoracic spines, thoracolumbar fascia, iliac crest... I…
18 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Anatomy Lab Slides
Simple Sqamous Epithelium
Simple Cuboidal Epithelium
Simple Columnar Epithelium
Pseudo-stratified Ciliated Columnar Ep…
Location: Lining of heart... Function: filtration/diffusion
Location: Ovary surface... Function: absorption/secretion
Location: Lining of gallbladder... Function: secretion of mucus/…
Location: Lining of trachea... Function: secretion
Simple Sqamous Epithelium
Location: Lining of heart... Function: filtration/diffusion
Simple Cuboidal Epithelium
Location: Ovary surface... Function: absorption/secretion
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Exercise 38: Anatomy of the Digestive System
Pancreas
Descending Colon
Part of the stomach closest to the sma…
Middle portion of the small intestine
Accessory Organ
Alimentary Canal
Pyloric Sphincter
Jejunum
Pancreas
Accessory Organ
Descending Colon
Alimentary Canal
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Motor Neuron Structure and function
Myelin SHeath
The dendrites
The cell body
The axon
provides insulation and increases the speed of impulse transm…
is a cell process that carries impulses toward the cell body.
contains the nucleus, organelles and most of the cytoplasm.
is a cell process that carries implulses away from the cell b…
Myelin SHeath
provides insulation and increases the speed of impulse transm…
The dendrites
is a cell process that carries impulses toward the cell body.
46 termscreated on December 4, 2016
anatomy dec lab
thyroid cartilage
cricoid cartilage
Lobes of lungs
cardiac portion
in larynx upper cartilage type
in larynx upper cartilage type
2 Anterior, 2 median, 2 posterior, mediastinal
upper stomach closest to heart
thyroid cartilage
in larynx upper cartilage type
cricoid cartilage
in larynx upper cartilage type
24 termscreated on December 4, 2016
ANATOMY: Unit 5 Vertebral Column/Rib Cage
Anterior/Posterior Longitudinal
Intervertebral Disk
Vertebrae
Body
Anterior/Posterior Longitudinal
Intervertebral Disk
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Bone Disorders
Pagets Disease
Osteogenesis Imperfecta
Runners Knee or Patellofemoral Syndrome
Scoliosis
bone remodeling disorder; overactive osteoclasts; could be he…
genetic; bones don't form properly so they are fragile and br…
excessive (downhill) running, knee bending; variations of the…
abnormal lateral curve; twisting of the vertebral column; unk…
Pagets Disease
bone remodeling disorder; overactive osteoclasts; could be he…
Osteogenesis Imperfecta
genetic; bones don't form properly so they are fragile and br…
54 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Anatomy Chapter 6: Axial Division I (Skull)
What bones are part of the cranial div…
What bones are part of the post-crania…
What bones are part of the axial divis…
What bones are part of the appendicula…
Bones of the head
All bones outside of the head
Skull, thorax, vertebral column
Upper limb, lower limb
What bones are part of the cranial div…
Bones of the head
What bones are part of the post-crania…
All bones outside of the head
22 termscreated on December 4, 2016
CSD 375 anatomy
levator costarum
serratus posterior superior
sternocleidomastoid
scalenes
levator costarum
serratus posterior superior
43 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Lab Exam 6: Urinary System
capsule
cortex
medulla
afferent arteriole
...
...
...
capsule
...
cortex
...
36 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Anatomy fluid balance
Importance of body fluid
Body fluid is made up of
Body % in water weight
Homeostasis
Lubricate transport regulate
Intracellular 63%... Extracellular 37%... Interstitial... Intramuscula…
55-75%
Balance
Importance of body fluid
Lubricate transport regulate
Body fluid is made up of
Intracellular 63%... Extracellular 37%... Interstitial... Intramuscula…
14 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Anatomy of Equine Digestive System
Stomach
How much does the stomach hold?
How long can a horse graze for?
Small Intestine
Small Capacity, about the size of a basketball.
About 2-4 gallons (8 L)
10-12 hours a day
30% of the digestive tract volume. Can be up to 70 ft long in…
Stomach
Small Capacity, about the size of a basketball.
How much does the stomach hold?
About 2-4 gallons (8 L)
16 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Science Muscular Vocab
Action
Anatomy
Animal
Autonomic
Movement
Structure of a living thing
Organism made of many cells, can't make its own food, can mov…
Part of the nervous system that moves without thinking
Action
Movement
Anatomy
Structure of a living thing
14 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Anatomy Final Review 2
Sagittal/Median
Parasagittal
Transverse
Coronal (frontal)
separates right/left
separates into not perfect right & left halves
superior/inferior
anterior/posterior
Sagittal/Median
separates right/left
Parasagittal
separates into not perfect right & left halves
30 termscreated on December 4, 2016
World History Fall Exam Vocabulary
Job Specialization
Republic
Neolithic Revolution
Shading
Feature of civilization that shows how individuals no longer…
Type of government in which citizens choose representatives t…
The shift from hunting and gathering to agricluture
Characteristic of renaissance art that makes people's faces a…
Job Specialization
Feature of civilization that shows how individuals no longer…
Republic
Type of government in which citizens choose representatives t…
31 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Anatomy
5 functions of the muscle
Movement
Alternation
Propulsion
Movement ... Alternation... Propulsion ... Excretion... Maintain
Of body parts
Of diameter of blood vessels
Of materials (digestion)
5 functions of the muscle
Movement ... Alternation... Propulsion ... Excretion... Maintain
Movement
Of body parts
9 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Motor Systems
Lower Motor Neurons
LMNs in spinal cord
LMNs in brainstem
Motor unit
(LMNs) located in spinal cord and brainstem, innervates muscl…
spinal nerves, muscles of the body
cranial nerves, muscles of the head and neck
a single motor neuron and all the muscle fibers it synapses on
Lower Motor Neurons
(LMNs) located in spinal cord and brainstem, innervates muscl…
LMNs in spinal cord
spinal nerves, muscles of the body
9 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Anatomy and physiology 2
One capillary network
Portal systems
Anastomoses
Tunica externa(adventitia)
Most common variations in circulatory routes
2 capillary networks in a series
Curculatory routes: Bypass capillaries(shunts)
This layer contains vasa vasorum, nerves, lymphatics
One capillary network
Most common variations in circulatory routes
Portal systems
2 capillary networks in a series
80 termscreated on December 4, 2016
新东方list-44
abiding
abundant
across
aloof
...
...
...
...
abiding
...
abundant
...
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Quiz 5 (Ch. 10)
Astr
Astrocyte
Ax
Axon
Starlike
Star-shaped neuroglia
Axle
Cylindrical nerve process that conducts impulses away from a…
Astr
Starlike
Astrocyte
Star-shaped neuroglia
63 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 2: Chemical Level of Organization
Matter
Mass
Atoms
Protons
Anything that takes up space and has mass
Amount of material in matter (like weight)
Are the smallest stable units of matter; made up of subatomic…
Have a positive charge
Matter
Anything that takes up space and has mass
Mass
Amount of material in matter (like weight)
33 termscreated on December 4, 2016
eye anatomy
sclera
cornea
aqueous humor
iris
white of the eye
clear window of eye
watery fluid
colored ring
sclera
white of the eye
cornea
clear window of eye
15 terms
created on December 4, 2016
04.31D AN UNIT 4 (PART 1) Blood Diseases & Disorders (PART D)
Leukocytosis
Leukopenia
Thrombocytopenia
Hemophilia
A increase in the total number of white blood cells called le…
A decrease in disease-fighting cells called leukocytes circul…
Low production of platelets; causes bleeding or bruising; can…
A rare bleeding disorder that is normally inherited; blood do…
Leukocytosis
A increase in the total number of white blood cells called le…
Leukopenia
A decrease in disease-fighting cells called leukocytes circul…
5 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Tactile Senses
tactile senses
touch receptors
pressure receptors
vibration receptors
touch, pressure, vibration, itch, and tickle
meissner corpuscles, hair root plexuses, merkel discs, ruffin…
meissner corpuscles, merkel discs, pacinian corpuscles
meissner corpuscles and pacinian corpuscles
tactile senses
touch, pressure, vibration, itch, and tickle
touch receptors
meissner corpuscles, hair root plexuses, merkel discs, ruffin…
27 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Final Anatomy
Humerus
Radius
Ulna
Annular Ligament (AL)
The upper arm bone
The lateral lower arm bone
The medial lower arm bone
Connects the Head of the Radius retains contact with the radi…
Humerus
The upper arm bone
Radius
The lateral lower arm bone
78 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Abeka 7th Grade Science Test 6
The study of body function
When using the scientific method, the…
A sensible explanation for a scientifi…
The place within its environment where…
physiology
control
hypothesis
habitat
The study of body function
physiology
When using the scientific method, the…
control
70 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Anatomy 2 Final
which of the following is a primary ly…
which immune cell gives a "kiss of dea…
You have an infection localized to the…
Where do T lymphocytes mature?
Bone marrow
NK cells
left bronchomedistinal trunk
thymus
which of the following is a primary ly…
Bone marrow
which immune cell gives a "kiss of dea…
NK cells
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