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118 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Bio 140
Antibiotic resistance
Artificial selection
Chromosomal sex determination
Comparative anatomy
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Antibiotic resistance
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Artificial selection
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Anatomy (Salivary Glands and Paranasal Sinuses)
5 x paranasal sinuses
Inferior Meatus
Middle Meatus
Superior Meatus
Frontal... Maxillary... Anterior and posterior ethmoid... Sphenoid ... (i…
naso-lacrimal duct
frontal, maxillary and anterior ethmoidal sinuses
posterior ethmoidal sinus
5 x paranasal sinuses
Frontal... Maxillary... Anterior and posterior ethmoid... Sphenoid ... (i…
Inferior Meatus
naso-lacrimal duct
398 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Bones and Skeletal Tissue, Types of movement - usually in reference to the limbs, Skeleton Anatomy
What are the Eight Bones of the Canium
What are the divisions of the spine
What is the proper name for C1
What is the proper name for C2
Frontal, Temporal, Occipital, Ethmoid, Sphenoid, Parietal, Ma…
Cervical (7) Thoracic (12) Lumbar (5)... The Sacrum (fused 5) an…
The Atlas
The Axis
What are the Eight Bones of the Canium
Frontal, Temporal, Occipital, Ethmoid, Sphenoid, Parietal, Ma…
What are the divisions of the spine
Cervical (7) Thoracic (12) Lumbar (5)... The Sacrum (fused 5) an…
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ANGIELSKI inne (history)
across
admire
anatomy
appear
przez, poprzez
podziwiać
anatomia
pojawić się
across
przez, poprzez
admire
podziwiać
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selective school no. 20
dialect
triumphantly
motley
leaden
a form of language that is unique to a specific region
in a winning way
mixed up; made of many different parts, colour, people, etc
the colour of lead; dull
dialect
a form of language that is unique to a specific region
triumphantly
in a winning way
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Anatomy
Hard Palate
Soft Palate
Uvula
Frenulum
formed by parts of the palatine and maxillary bones
consist of chiefly muscles
elongated process that hangs down from the center of the soft…
thin membrane that attaches the tongue to the floor of the mo…
Hard Palate
formed by parts of the palatine and maxillary bones
Soft Palate
consist of chiefly muscles
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Anatomy & Physiology Quiz
The study of animals is also called
The coelom that defines our section of…
To protect body from outside world
To absorb nutrient and rid wastes
Zoology
cavities
Integumentary
Digestive
The study of animals is also called
Zoology
The coelom that defines our section of…
cavities
45 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Cartooning(prelim)
Cartoon
Middle age
18th century
19th century
Italian word "cartone" & dutch
Fine art:... - preparatory drawings for peice of art, such as pa…
Political satire:... -satrical drawings that has a piercin effec…
Print:... - humorously exagerated way (ex. Comic strips, enterta…
Cartoon
Italian word "cartone" & dutch
Middle age
Fine art:... - preparatory drawings for peice of art, such as pa…
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Chapter 1 Human Anatomy Terms
Levels Of Organisation( Micro-Macro)
Prone
Supine
Anterior/Ventral
1) Atom( chemical) ... 2) Cellular level(smooth muscle cell) ... 3)…
Face down
Face up
Front of the body
Levels Of Organisation( Micro-Macro)
1) Atom( chemical) ... 2) Cellular level(smooth muscle cell) ... 3)…
Prone
Face down
463 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Review section for final
Human Anatomy
Human Physiology
Characteristics of Life
Levels of Body Organization
Study of the form of the human body
Study of the functions of the human body
Cellular composition, Metabolism, Growth, Excretion, Responsi…
Chemical, Cellular, Tissue, Organ, Organ System, Organism.
Human Anatomy
Study of the form of the human body
Human Physiology
Study of the functions of the human body
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Organization of the Nervous System
Functions of the nervous system
Sensory function (of NS)
Motor function (of NS)
Inegrative function (of NS)
-sensory... -motor... -integrative
-sense changes through sensory receptors
-respond to stimuli
-analyze incoming sensory information,store some aspects... -mak…
Functions of the nervous system
-sensory... -motor... -integrative
Sensory function (of NS)
-sense changes through sensory receptors
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Cerebral Vascular Disease
Section I. Vascular Anatomy
PCO2
Anterior Cerebral
Middle Cerebral
...
increases when neuronal activity increases; causes vasodilati…
Leg motor and sensory
1) Face/arm motor and sensory... 2) Language... 3) Frontal Eye Fiel…
Section I. Vascular Anatomy
...
PCO2
increases when neuronal activity increases; causes vasodilati…
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Anatomy- Digestive System
What is lesser omentum?
What makes up portal triad?
What are the ligaments of lesser oment…
What are the parts of greater omentum?
double layer of peritoneum between liver, stomach, and duodenum
hepatic artery... bile duct... portal vein
hepatogastric ligament (near stomach)... hepatoduodenal ligament…
Gastrocolic ligament... Gastrosplenic ligament... splenorenal ligam…
What is lesser omentum?
double layer of peritoneum between liver, stomach, and duodenum
What makes up portal triad?
hepatic artery... bile duct... portal vein
39 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Ch 6 bone tissue(lec.?)
Six functions of bone
Support, protection, assists in movement, mineral homeostasis…
Six functions of bone
Support, protection, assists in movement, mineral homeostasis…
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Cranial nerves
Cranial nerves
Olfactory (I) nerve
Injury to I nerve
Optic (II) nerve
-part of PNS... -12 nerves... -nerves thatarise in the brain as opp…
-sensory nerve... -contains axons that conduct nerve impulses fo…
-loss of sense of smell, anosmia
-sensory... -contains axons that conduct nerve impulses for visi…
Cranial nerves
-part of PNS... -12 nerves... -nerves thatarise in the brain as opp…
Olfactory (I) nerve
-sensory nerve... -contains axons that conduct nerve impulses fo…
26 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Upper Crossed Syndrome
Structural Lesions
Functional Lesions
Gravitational strain pathophysiology
Parts of the body that gravitational s…
- Rooted in anatomy and biomechanics... - Relies on imaging... - Da…
- Loss of the ability of a structure to do it's job... - Impairm…
Strain from the body's attempts to stave off the effects of g…
Affects all body tissues... - Skeletal /Arthrodial, ligamentous,…
Structural Lesions
- Rooted in anatomy and biomechanics... - Relies on imaging... - Da…
Functional Lesions
- Loss of the ability of a structure to do it's job... - Impairm…
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el cuerpo
la anatomía
la escayola
el fémur
el iris
anatomy
cast
femur
iris
la anatomía
anatomy
la escayola
cast
35 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Bio Ch. 20 Animal Structure and Function
Anatomy
Physiology
Animals consist of a hierarchy of leve…
Tissue
the study of structure.
the study of function.
Tissue,Organ, Organ System.
Are an integrated group of similar cells that perform a commo…
Anatomy
the study of structure.
Physiology
the study of function.
26 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Muscle Anatomy
Tendon
Epimysium
Perimysium
Fascicle
what are these?
name colored part
Tendon
what are these?
Epimysium
120 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Anatomy and Physiology II Final Exam practice questions
Extra-cellular fluid (ECF) consists of…
Someone who has been vomiting and havi…
Hypoventiliation leads to what?
Prolonged vomiting can result in what?
Plasma, cerebrospinal fluid, lymph, and interstitial fluid
Sodium, bicarbonate ions, hydrogen ions, and water
respiratory acidosis
metabolic alkalosis
Extra-cellular fluid (ECF) consists of…
Plasma, cerebrospinal fluid, lymph, and interstitial fluid
Someone who has been vomiting and havi…
Sodium, bicarbonate ions, hydrogen ions, and water
20 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Urinary System
Functions of the Kideneys
Anatomy of Kidneys
Renal capsule
Adipose capsule
Regulation of blood iconic composition, blood pH, blood volum…
Renal Hilum... Three layers of tissue surround each kidney:... -Re…
Deep layer
Middle layer
Functions of the Kideneys
Regulation of blood iconic composition, blood pH, blood volum…
Anatomy of Kidneys
Renal Hilum... Three layers of tissue surround each kidney:... -Re…
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Anatomy 3.7 ( Cutaneous Nerves/MM of hand)
Dorsal Digtial Nerves
Palmar Digital Nerves
Anterior arteries to fingers
Posterior arteries to fingers
- Branch medial and lateral sides of dorsal digits... -distal to…
-Branch medial and lateral sides of palmar digits... -full lengt…
Proper Palmar Digital Arteries
Dorsal Digital Arteries
Dorsal Digtial Nerves
- Branch medial and lateral sides of dorsal digits... -distal to…
Palmar Digital Nerves
-Branch medial and lateral sides of palmar digits... -full lengt…
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Test four Anatomy
sensory receptors...
receptors by stimuli
mechanoreceptors
thermoreceptors
respond to their changes in their environment (stimuli)
mechanoreceptors ... thermoreceptors... chemoreceptors ... nociceptors
respond to mechanical force, such as touch, pressure (Blood p…
Respond to temperature changes
sensory receptors...
respond to their changes in their environment (stimuli)
receptors by stimuli
mechanoreceptors ... thermoreceptors... chemoreceptors ... nociceptors
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Anatomy Ch 24 - Lymphatic System
Be able to fill in and explain all fig…
Lymph is similar to what other bodily…
What are the lymphatic organs? (list t…
What two things are drained from tissu…
image of spleen salivary glands digestive tract
interstitial fluid
1. red bone marrow... 2. thymus... 3. lymph nodes... 4. spleen
interstitial fluid and plasma protein
Be able to fill in and explain all fig…
image of spleen salivary glands digestive tract
Lymph is similar to what other bodily…
interstitial fluid
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anatomy lecture final- special senses
which cranial nerves are associated wi…
path of chemicals entering the nasal c…
where do the dendrites face in olfacto…
olfactory and basal cells
vision; CN II... olfaction: CN I... gustation: CN VII... balance: CN V…
substance being smelled, olfactory dendrites with surface rec…
into a thick layer of mucous
regenerate because exposed cell tend to regenerate
which cranial nerves are associated wi…
vision; CN II... olfaction: CN I... gustation: CN VII... balance: CN V…
path of chemicals entering the nasal c…
substance being smelled, olfactory dendrites with surface rec…
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Test 2: Tissues & Cell Physiology
What are the four types of tissues?
2 major differences between active tra…
muscle found in walls of arteries, pup…
this muscle would be multinucleated &…
muscular, epithelial, connective, & nervous
active transport: require ATP & moves from [low] to [high]... p…
smooth
skeletal
What are the four types of tissues?
muscular, epithelial, connective, & nervous
2 major differences between active tra…
active transport: require ATP & moves from [low] to [high]... p…
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Ch 13 - Endocrine Images
adrenal gland
ovary
parathyroid gland
pineal gland
adrenal gland
ovary
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Chaoter 7 Science Vocabulary
Species
Fossil
Adaptation
Evolution
A group of similar organisms that can mate with each other an…
The preserved remains or traces of an organism that lived in…
A trait that helps an organism survive and reproduce in its e…
A gradual change ina species over time
Species
A group of similar organisms that can mate with each other an…
Fossil
The preserved remains or traces of an organism that lived in…
39 termscreated on December 9, 2016
AP1 Final Exam
the first place in the hierarchy of co…
metabolism refers to
the compliment to this DNA sequence ,…
sweating to try to lower your body tem…
the cell
the sum of all the chemical reactions occurring in the body
TGTTCGGCTATATGCAAT
the body trying to maintain homeostasis, a feedback control s…
the first place in the hierarchy of co…
the cell
metabolism refers to
the sum of all the chemical reactions occurring in the body
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HESI Exam Anatomy (Fractures)
Fracture
Complete
Incomplete Fractures
Closed Fracture
-denotes a disruption of bone continuity caused by mechanical…
-Simple frackers extending through he entire thickness of the…
-Do not extend from one side to another
-Overlying skin is intact
Fracture
-denotes a disruption of bone continuity caused by mechanical…
Complete
-Simple frackers extending through he entire thickness of the…
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chapter 25
a main part of homeostasis of urinary…
what does the urinary system do?
what does it consist of?
type of endocrine functions of the kid…
1. maintaining composition... 2. PH... 3. volume of fluids
removes metabolic wastes and substances in excess
2 kidney, 2 ureters, urethra, urinary bladder
renin- regulation of blood pressure... erythropoietin- regulatio…
a main part of homeostasis of urinary…
1. maintaining composition... 2. PH... 3. volume of fluids
what does the urinary system do?
removes metabolic wastes and substances in excess
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Reproductive System
The superior rectal artery is a contin…
The round ligament of the uterus inser…
The left ovarian vein drains to the __…
What muscle forms a sling around the a…
Inferior mesenteric artery
Labia majora, through the deep inguinal ring through inguinal…
Left renal vein
Levator ani muscles Puborectalis, pubococcygeus, iliococcygeu…
The superior rectal artery is a contin…
Inferior mesenteric artery
The round ligament of the uterus inser…
Labia majora, through the deep inguinal ring through inguinal…
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Anatomy Semester 1
physiology
anatomist
ventral cavity
ventral
study of how the body functions
an expert in anatomy
consists of thoracic cavity and abdominal cavity, which is di…
toward the front; anterior
physiology
study of how the body functions
anatomist
an expert in anatomy
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Anatomy & Physiology
Anatomy
Physiology
Complementarity of Structure and Funct…
Body composition hierarchy
The study of what the human body is
The study of what the human body does
What a structure can do depends on its specific form
chemical, cellular, tissues, organs, organ systems, body
Anatomy
The study of what the human body is
Physiology
The study of what the human body does
443 termscreated on December 9, 2016
My Humanities Midterm (Adv)
renaissance characteristics... -______ pe…
renaissance history ... -began in...... -mea…
renassaince artists?
michelangelo bio... -studied... -what was he
-linear perspective... -use of shading... -balanced... -renaissance tr…
-began in Italy... -Renaissance means "rebirth" of the great civ…
-micealango... -boticelli... -da vinci ... -rapheal... -durer
-studied anatomy... -painter, sculptor, and architect... -"Every bl…
renaissance characteristics... -______ pe…
-linear perspective... -use of shading... -balanced... -renaissance tr…
renaissance history ... -began in...... -mea…
-began in Italy... -Renaissance means "rebirth" of the great civ…
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anatomy lecture final- autonomic Nervous system
arrangement of ganglia in the SNS
arrangement of ganglia in the PSNS
order of structures that are activated…
general physiologic changes that happe…
the preganglionic fibers are much shorter and the postganglio…
preganglionic fibers are much longer and the post ganglionic…
amygdala, hypothalamus, pituitary, adrenal
stress response, uses up energy stores
arrangement of ganglia in the SNS
the preganglionic fibers are much shorter and the postganglio…
arrangement of ganglia in the PSNS
preganglionic fibers are much longer and the post ganglionic…
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Shoulder, Arm, and Elbow-BIO 633
Axio-appendicular msucles
Sacpulohumeral muscles
Posterior axio-appendicular muscles
Anterior axio-appendicular muscles
Extrinsic shoulder muscles... Muscles that move the shoulder... Ori…
Intrinsic shoulder muscles... Muscles that move the shoulder... Ori…
Latissimus dorsi... Trapezius... Rhomboids... Levator scapulae
Pectoralis major... Pectoralis minor... Serratus anterior
Axio-appendicular msucles
Extrinsic shoulder muscles... Muscles that move the shoulder... Ori…
Sacpulohumeral muscles
Intrinsic shoulder muscles... Muscles that move the shoulder... Ori…
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Immune System, Cardiovascular, and Respiratory
Where is the vasomotor center located?
Pus is made of dead neutrophils, macro…
Lymph nodes have greater number of aff…
What activity would fatigue your hand…
Medulla oblongata
True
True
Squeezing a ball as hard as you can without stopping
Where is the vasomotor center located?
Medulla oblongata
Pus is made of dead neutrophils, macro…
True
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My Humanities Midterm (Adv)
renaissance characteristics... -______ pe…
renaissance history ... -began in...... -mea…
renassaince artists?
michelangelo bio... -studied... -what was he
-linear perspective... -use of shading... -balanced... -renaissance tr…
-began in Italy... -Renaissance means "rebirth" of the great civ…
-micealango... -boticelli... -da vinci ... -rapheal... -durer
-studied anatomy... -painter, sculptor, and architect... -"Every bl…
renaissance characteristics... -______ pe…
-linear perspective... -use of shading... -balanced... -renaissance tr…
renaissance history ... -began in...... -mea…
-began in Italy... -Renaissance means "rebirth" of the great civ…
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A_Emery_thing 11 quest 3
organelle
food web
adaptation
anatomy
any of a number of organized or specialized structures within…
a system of interlocking and interdependent food chains.
inherited characteristic that increases an organism's chance…
study of structure f
organelle
any of a number of organized or specialized structures within…
food web
a system of interlocking and interdependent food chains.
55 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Lower crossed syndrome
Posture
Gravitational Strain Pathophysiology
Intrinsic forces that cause gravitatio…
Extrinsic forces that cause gravitatio…
any compensation that will require counterbalancing... muscles m…
Strain from the body's attempts to stave off the effects of g…
- Age (muscle weakness, fascial elasticity, lose bone mass)... -…
Done to us... - Surgery... - Trauma... - Increased gravitational str…
Posture
any compensation that will require counterbalancing... muscles m…
Gravitational Strain Pathophysiology
Strain from the body's attempts to stave off the effects of g…
115 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Anatomy: Female Reproductive II
During fetal development oogonai undergo
Mitosis I in women produces
Before birth the primary oocyte
So, before birth the female fetus' ooc…
Mitosis I
Primary oocyte
Replicates their DNA and begin meiosis I
Arrested in meiosis I
During fetal development oogonai undergo
Mitosis I
Mitosis I in women produces
Primary oocyte
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Lecture 16: AAW/Inguinal Region
Transpyloric plane
Transtubercular plane (TTP) (intertube…
Subcostal
Transumbilical (TUP)
key plane... L1/9cc... Halfway between jugular notch and upper bo…
At level of iliac tubercles; crosses L5 body posteriorly
- Lowest point of the costal margin (margin of the 10th costa…
This is a horizontal plane through the umbilicus.
Transpyloric plane
key plane... L1/9cc... Halfway between jugular notch and upper bo…
Transtubercular plane (TTP) (intertube…
At level of iliac tubercles; crosses L5 body posteriorly
26 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Nervous System (Spinal Cord)
Protection Layers
Layer of Meninges
Subarachnoid Space
Subdural Space
Skin, Muscle, Bone, Meninges, CSF, Epidural fat, Blood Spinal…
Pia- Inner most, providing nutrition and nourishment, oxygen…
Between the Pia and Arachnoid Space containing shock absorbin…
Between the Arachnoid and Dura Mater, providing interestial f…
Protection Layers
Skin, Muscle, Bone, Meninges, CSF, Epidural fat, Blood Spinal…
Layer of Meninges
Pia- Inner most, providing nutrition and nourishment, oxygen…
42 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Anatomy Hormones
cortisol
androgens
aldosterone
epinephrine and norepinephrine
adrenal hormone: cortex... controls organic metabolism; respons…
adrenal hormone: cortex... controls sex drive in women; adrenar…
adrenal hormone: cortex... controls sodium and potassium excret…
adrenal hormone: medulla... controls organic metabolism; cardio…
cortisol
adrenal hormone: cortex... controls organic metabolism; respons…
androgens
adrenal hormone: cortex... controls sex drive in women; adrenar…
46 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Ch.1 Introduction to anatomy and physiology
interproximal surface
interproximal space
occlusal surface
incisal edge
surface of a tooth that faces an adjacent tooth
space b/w adjacent teeth
the flat grinding surface of molar teeth
the cutting edge of a sharp tooth's crown
interproximal surface
surface of a tooth that faces an adjacent tooth
interproximal space
space b/w adjacent teeth
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Lecture 58: Fingerprints, Hair, Nails, Skin Color
Fingerprints
Hair
Hair structure
Arrector pili muscle
Dermal Papillae push up and elevate the overlying epidermis a…
Flexible strands made of keratin... Pigment comes from melanocyt…
Basic... -Shaft: exposed portion of hair... -Root: embedded portion…
Hair muscle in which contraction raises (errects) hair and ca…
Fingerprints
Dermal Papillae push up and elevate the overlying epidermis a…
Hair
Flexible strands made of keratin... Pigment comes from melanocyt…
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Cranial Nerves
Olfactory:
Optic:
Oculomotor:
Trochlear:
s: smell
s: vision
m: movement of eyeball, pupil, & upper eyelid
m: eye movement (contralateral & superior oblique)
Olfactory:
s: smell
Optic:
s: vision
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Anatomy final
Central Nervous system
Peripheral nervous system
Meninges
Somatic
-brain and spinal cord... -nuclei and tracts
-nerves and ganglia... -sensory receptors... -somatic and autonomic
-pia matter... -dura matter... -arachnoid
-sensory neurons carry info from sensory receptors to CNS... -mo…
Central Nervous system
-brain and spinal cord... -nuclei and tracts
Peripheral nervous system
-nerves and ganglia... -sensory receptors... -somatic and autonomic
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Exam 4 Anatomy - Endocrine
Endocrine functions:
Glands of endocrine system:
Digestive system (cells/tissue)
Placenta (cells/tissue)
Along with nervous system, exert control and regulation over…
Hypophysis, Thyroid, parathyroid, suprarenal, pancreas, pinea…
enteroendocrine cells
Estrogen and progesterone
Endocrine functions:
Along with nervous system, exert control and regulation over…
Glands of endocrine system:
Hypophysis, Thyroid, parathyroid, suprarenal, pancreas, pinea…
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