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Intro To The Human Body
Anatomy
Physiology
The Principle of Complementarity
Gross Anatomy Or Macro Anatomy
The study of the structures that make up the body.... Anatomy i…
The study of the functions of the body.
Function always reflects stricture, or vice versa.
Subdivision of Anatomy that focuses on a region. For example…
Anatomy
The study of the structures that make up the body.... Anatomy i…
Physiology
The study of the functions of the body.
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The Integumentary System Chapter 5 Marieb
Skin
Integumentary system
Hypodermis
superficial fascia
body covering of a living animal
skin and its derivatives (sweat, oil glands, hair, nails); se…
subcutaneous tissue;... not part of skin;... shares protective func…
superficial to tough connective tissue wrapping -fascia- of s…
Skin
body covering of a living animal
Integumentary system
skin and its derivatives (sweat, oil glands, hair, nails); se…
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8.2 Podcast Adrenal Anatomy
Crura of the diaphragm
Right adrenal gland
Left adrenal gland
Inferior phrenic artery
The renal fascia attaches the adrenal glands to what?
Which adrenal gland:... - pyramidal in shape... - contacts the IV…
Which adrenal gland:... - crescentric... - close to stomach, sple…
Blood supply to the superior adrenal / suprarenal arteries is…
Crura of the diaphragm
The renal fascia attaches the adrenal glands to what?
Right adrenal gland
Which adrenal gland:... - pyramidal in shape... - contacts the IV…
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GNK- ZVN H17 anatomie zwangerschap, bevalling en geboorte en H17.4 pathologie zwangerschaphypertensie
Wanneer spreek je van een zwangerschap?
Welk hormoon zorgt ervoor dat de corpu…
Na hoeveel maanden stopt de HCG produc…
Placenta
Als de blastocyste zo'n zes dagen na de bevruchting is ingene…
Humaan choriongonadotrofine (HCG)
Na ong. 3 maanden
Moederkoek
Wanneer spreek je van een zwangerschap?
Als de blastocyste zo'n zes dagen na de bevruchting is ingene…
Welk hormoon zorgt ervoor dat de corpu…
Humaan choriongonadotrofine (HCG)
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Unit 4 Tissues and Homeostasis
anatomy
Physiology
tissue
organ
Deals with the structure (morphology- shape) of the body and…
Studies the function of anatomical parts or asks the question…
A tissue in biology is defined as: many cells of the SAME TYP…
Consists of several tissues that together perform a specific…
anatomy
Deals with the structure (morphology- shape) of the body and…
Physiology
Studies the function of anatomical parts or asks the question…
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NAUKA I TECHNIKA (ZE SZKOŁY)
areas of science and scientists
anatomy
anatomist
archaeology
dziedziny nauki i naukowcy
anatomia
anatom
archeologia
areas of science and scientists
dziedziny nauki i naukowcy
anatomy
anatomia
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Anatomy Defitnion Test 6
Antibodies
Agglutinate
Blood Type A
Blood Type B
Substance made by the body in response to stimulation(attack)…
An antibody will react with an antigen by consuming it and cl…
41% Contains Type A Antigens, Contains Type B Antibodies
12%, Contains Type B Antigens, Contains Type A Antibodies
Antibodies
Substance made by the body in response to stimulation(attack)…
Agglutinate
An antibody will react with an antigen by consuming it and cl…
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ANATOMY CHAP 6 PART 2
fissure
foramen
fossa
greenstick fracture
Narrow, slitlike opening in the skull
Round or oval opening in the bone in a skull
Shallow, basinlike depression in a bone, often serving as an…
fracture where the bone breaks incompletely like a twig. Only…
fissure
Narrow, slitlike opening in the skull
foramen
Round or oval opening in the bone in a skull
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Anatomy Chapter 9: Muscular System Introduction
What is an aponeurosis?
______ ---> ______ ---> ______ ---> sk…
What is a muscle fascicle?
What is a muscle fiber?
Long thin sheets of tendon
Myofibril ---> muscle fiber ---> muscle fascicle ---> skeleta…
A bundle of cells
A cell
What is an aponeurosis?
Long thin sheets of tendon
______ ---> ______ ---> ______ ---> sk…
Myofibril ---> muscle fiber ---> muscle fascicle ---> skeleta…
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Anatomy Neuro Preprac 1
Dendrite
Axon
Terminal synapse
Frontal lobe
ABCD
D
The end of a nerve cell
Which lobe?
Dendrite
ABCD
Axon
D
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anatomy exam 2
vt
ERV
IRV
RV
the amount of air inspired or expired during normal breathing
the amount of air forcefully expired beyond normal expiration
the amount of air forcefully inspired beyond normal inspiration
amount of air left in lungs after a forceful expiration
vt
the amount of air inspired or expired during normal breathing
ERV
the amount of air forcefully expired beyond normal expiration
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Ch 40/52
Global Ecology
Negative Feedback
Positive Feedback
Regulator
examines the influence of energy and materials on organisms a…
regulatory mechanism in which a 'stimulus' causes an opposite…
the enhancement or amplification of an effect by its own infl…
uses internal control mechanisms to moderate internal change…
Global Ecology
examines the influence of energy and materials on organisms a…
Negative Feedback
regulatory mechanism in which a 'stimulus' causes an opposite…
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Science Evolution Test
What's evolution?
Who is Charles Darwin?
How did Charles Darwin develop his the…
What are mutations?
The process in which different kinds of living organisms are…
He is an English naturalist who is best known for his contrib…
He found several species of finches and studied how they adap…
A mutation is the change in DNA which affects how the organis…
What's evolution?
The process in which different kinds of living organisms are…
Who is Charles Darwin?
He is an English naturalist who is best known for his contrib…
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Anatomy Exam 4
Major jobs of digestion system
Parasympathetic nervous system effect…
sympathetic nervous system effect on d…
effect of enteric nervous system on di…
ingestion, secretion, propulsion, digestion, absorption, defe…
stimulates gastrointestinal motility
inhibits gastrointestinal motility and digestive processes
regulates motility in digestive system. Stimulations are shor…
Major jobs of digestion system
ingestion, secretion, propulsion, digestion, absorption, defe…
Parasympathetic nervous system effect…
stimulates gastrointestinal motility
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Module 14-15
Sex chromosomes
Sex hormones
Disorder of sexual development
Gender identity
XX,XY
Testosterone
Condition present at birth that involves unusual development…
Sense of being male or female or combo..
Sex chromosomes
XX,XY
Sex hormones
Testosterone
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Cardiac Cycle/Conduction
The first stage of Diastole
What happens at atrial diastole?
What happens at ventricular diastole?
What causes ventricular systole?
No impulse is received
Atria fill with blood
Pressure builds in the atria so blood travels passively into…
The cardiac impulse reaches and activates the Av node located…
The first stage of Diastole
No impulse is received
What happens at atrial diastole?
Atria fill with blood
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Hypothalamus-Pituitary Axis
The hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal axis
Anatomy of the axis?
hypothalamus anatomy
which hormone regulates the axis?
Is a complex set of direct influences and feedback interactio…
The anatomy and unique blood supply of the axis are essential…
the hypothalamus is located at the base of the brain below th…
corticotropin releasing factor... - in response to stress, CRF i…
The hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal axis
Is a complex set of direct influences and feedback interactio…
Anatomy of the axis?
The anatomy and unique blood supply of the axis are essential…
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Chapter 13: The Spinal Cord & Spinal Nerve P2
White matter
White commissure
Gray matter
funiculus
is divided into several columns
The horizontal bar of white matter in the middle of the SC, c…
divides the white matter of the SE into three regions on each…
consists of longitudinal bundles of myelinated nerve fibers t…
White matter
is divided into several columns
White commissure
The horizontal bar of white matter in the middle of the SC, c…
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Sense Organs: Sense of Taste and Smell
What do both taste buds and olfactory…
Olfactory Organs
What do olfactory glands do?
olfactory receptors
Taste buds and olfactory cells (smell receptors) detect chemi…
- Provide sense of smell... - Located in nasal cavity on either…
Secretions coat surfaces of olfactory organs
Highly modified neurons... - Olfactory reception:... • Involves det…
What do both taste buds and olfactory…
Taste buds and olfactory cells (smell receptors) detect chemi…
Olfactory Organs
- Provide sense of smell... - Located in nasal cavity on either…
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2016/12/01
inflection
fare
grip
swerve
n. 曲折变化... We decided to stop the boat in the ___ of the river.
v. 进展;成功... How did you ___ on your exam?
n. 紧握 [get a ___: 镇定下来]... She managed to get a ___ on her feeli…
v. 突然转向... I had to ___ to avoid a cat.
inflection
n. 曲折变化... We decided to stop the boat in the ___ of the river.
fare
v. 进展;成功... How did you ___ on your exam?
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Chapter 27 Reproductive System
Describe the gross and histological an…
Describe the events and structures inv…
Describe the structure of a sperm cell
Identify the functions of the epididym…
...
...
...
...
Describe the gross and histological an…
...
Describe the events and structures inv…
...
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Brandon King Bio 121 Extra Credit "History of Biology" Quiz
William Harvey (1628)
Robert Hooke (1665)
Francesco Redi (1668)
Antonie van Leeuwenhoek (1673)
his discovery of the circulation of blood within the body.
his law of elasticity (Hooke's law), his book Micrographia (l…
he is famous for his demonstration of the use of controlled e…
his work on the development and improvement of the microscope…
William Harvey (1628)
his discovery of the circulation of blood within the body.
Robert Hooke (1665)
his law of elasticity (Hooke's law), his book Micrographia (l…
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Chapter 26 Urinary System
Identify the functions of the urinary…
Describe the gross anatomy of the kidn…
Identify and describe the anatomy of t…
Describe the blood flow through the ki…
...
...
...
...
Identify the functions of the urinary…
...
Describe the gross anatomy of the kidn…
...
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portal hypertension
def
anatomy
portal v carries outflow from
collateral routes
elevation of pressure in hepatic portal circultion due to cir…
sup mesenteric v + splenic v = portal v
spleen ... esophagus... stomach... pancreas ... small + large intestine
- vv of retzes: retroperitoneal ... - caput medusa: umbilical v…
def
elevation of pressure in hepatic portal circultion due to cir…
anatomy
sup mesenteric v + splenic v = portal v
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Bio 1101
Anatomy
Gross/marcoscopic
microscopic
Physiology
is the study of the structures of an organism
study of structures that can, when presented or dissected, be…
study of structures on a microscopic scale, including histolo…
is the study of function of living systems
Anatomy
is the study of the structures of an organism
Gross/marcoscopic
study of structures that can, when presented or dissected, be…
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Chapter 25 Digestive System
Identify the five essential functions…
Describe the histological layers that…
Identify the various mesenteries forme…
Describe the general anatomy of the or…
...
...
...
...
Identify the five essential functions…
...
Describe the histological layers that…
...
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Anatomy
Study guide
I-Olfactory
II-Optic
III-Oculomotor
...
Sensory--smell
Sensory--sight
Motor--moves eye, eyelid, dilates pupil
Study guide
...
I-Olfactory
Sensory--smell
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AS 512(Nervous system)
the nervous system divides into what 2…
what are the parts that make up the CNS?
what does the CNS consists of?
what makes up the PNS?
-Central nervous system(CNS)... -Peripheral nervous system(PNS)
brain and spinal cord
conscious mind and basic control center, receives and process…
nerves that link CNS with all part of body
the nervous system divides into what 2…
-Central nervous system(CNS)... -Peripheral nervous system(PNS)
what are the parts that make up the CNS?
brain and spinal cord
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Chapter 24 Respiratory System
Describe the general histology of resp…
Describe the anatomical structures tha…
Describe the divisions of the bronchia…
Identify and describe the anatomy surr…
...
...
primary bronchi --> secondary bronchi --> tertiary bronchi ->…
...
Describe the general histology of resp…
...
Describe the anatomical structures tha…
...
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Bio flashcard U1
taxonomist
morphology
anatomy
kingdom
分类学家
形态学
解剖学
taxonomist
分类学家
morphology
形态学
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ANATOMY
What structures pass through the foram…
What structures pass through the foram…
What structures does the tentorium cer…
Large cleft separating 2 cerebral hemi…
Spinal cord and brain stem
internal carotid artery
Cerebellar hemispheres from the overlying occipital lobes?
Great longitudinal fissure
What structures pass through the foram…
Spinal cord and brain stem
What structures pass through the foram…
internal carotid artery
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Anatomy-Lymphatic system
afferent
efferent
cervical
axillary
a.传入的
a.传出的
a.子宫颈的;颈部的
[形]腋
afferent
a.传入的
efferent
a.传出的
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SUTURES
Coronal
Sagittal
Squamosal
Lambdoidal
Runs across coronal plane
Between pariental bones
Around temperol bones
Between occipital + pariental bones. (UPSIDE DOWN V)
Coronal
Runs across coronal plane
Sagittal
Between pariental bones
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FACIAL BONES
Ethmoid
Lacrimals
Vomer
Palatine
Inside the nose
Tears. Medial corner of eye socket
Makes up part of nasal septum. Plow shaped
Below vomer; posterior roof of mouth
Ethmoid
Inside the nose
Lacrimals
Tears. Medial corner of eye socket
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Bird Anatomy
Culmen
Lore
Gular
Jugulum
Middle ridge along beak
Between eye ring and beak
Under chin
Under gular
Culmen
Middle ridge along beak
Lore
Between eye ring and beak
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Cranial bones
Frontal
Sphenoid
Occipital
Parientals
Forehead
Bird shaped
Back, and bottom
Paired (top of the head)
Frontal
Forehead
Sphenoid
Bird shaped
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BIO 223 Practical: Exercise 15
Spinal Cord
Cervical nerves
Thoracic nerves
Lumbar Nerves
-extends from medulla oblongata through foramen magnum... -pia m…
-8 pairs... -C1-C8... -exit between cervical vertebrae
-12 pairs... -T1-T12... -exit between the thoracic vertebrae
-5 pairs... -L1-L5... -exit between the lumbar vertebrae
Spinal Cord
-extends from medulla oblongata through foramen magnum... -pia m…
Cervical nerves
-8 pairs... -C1-C8... -exit between cervical vertebrae
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Heart anatomy
What is the name of the smooth inner s…
What is the name of the cardiac muscle…
What are the names of the smooth outer…
Where is the plate of fibrous connecti…
The endocardium
Myocardium
Epicardium or viscerial pericardium
Between the atria and ventricles
What is the name of the smooth inner s…
The endocardium
What is the name of the cardiac muscle…
Myocardium
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Ch4: Tissues (types of tissue and locations)
Simple Squamous Epithelium
Simple Squamous Epithelium
Simple Squamous Epithelium
Simple Squamous Epithelium
capillary walls of the lungs
airs sacs in the lungs
lines the cardiovascular and lymphatic system (heart, blood,…
forms the epithelial layer of serous membranes (peritoneum, p…
Simple Squamous Epithelium
capillary walls of the lungs
Simple Squamous Epithelium
airs sacs in the lungs
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Joints and movements
Types of structural joints
Types of motion (function)
Synarthrosis
Amphiarthrosis
-fibrous... -cartilaginous... -synovial
-synarthrosis... -amphiarthrosis... -diathrosis
-non moveable
-slighly moveable
Types of structural joints
-fibrous... -cartilaginous... -synovial
Types of motion (function)
-synarthrosis... -amphiarthrosis... -diathrosis
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L01 - Anatomy of the Lungs, Pleural Cavity, and Respiratory Muscle
Q1. What and where is the endothoracic…
Q2. What is the nerve supply of differ…
Q3. What cartilages make up trachea?
Q4. What is the division of trachea ca…
A1. Between intercostal muscles and parietal pleura. Loose CT…
A2. Parietal: Cervical and costal pleura, peripheral part of…
A3. Cricoid and Tracheal cartilages
A4. Carina or bifurcation of trachea
Q1. What and where is the endothoracic…
A1. Between intercostal muscles and parietal pleura. Loose CT…
Q2. What is the nerve supply of differ…
A2. Parietal: Cervical and costal pleura, peripheral part of…
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Chapter 7 Anatomy
How many bones are in the human body?
How many vertebrae are in the adult an…
Five functions of the skeleton.
Osteocytes
206
Adult: 26. Infant: 33-34.
Serves as framework, protection, serves as levers to produce…
Mature bone cells located in a space called lacunae.
How many bones are in the human body?
206
How many vertebrae are in the adult an…
Adult: 26. Infant: 33-34.
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Peripheral Nervous System
endoneurium
perineurium
epineurium
mixed nerves
loose connective tissue that encloses axons and their myelin…
coarse connective tissue that bundles fibers into fascicles
tough fibrous sheath around a nerve
both sensory and motor fibers; impulses both to and from CNS.…
endoneurium
loose connective tissue that encloses axons and their myelin…
perineurium
coarse connective tissue that bundles fibers into fascicles
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Anatomy Chapter 8: Synovial Joint Classifications
The sternoclavicular joint is a...... Gl…
The acromioclavicular joint is a...... G…
The intercarpal and intertarsal joints…
The atlanto-axial joint is a...... Glidi…
Gliding
Gliding
Gliding
Pivot
The sternoclavicular joint is a...... Gl…
Gliding
The acromioclavicular joint is a...... G…
Gliding
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Biology: Systematics
Carl Woese
Robert Whittaker
Scientific Name
Biodiversity
discovered that Archaeans and Bacteria make their proteins di…
developed a 5 kingdom classification scheme; placing microbes…
same as the "genus species" name
the number of species in a given ecosystem
Carl Woese
discovered that Archaeans and Bacteria make their proteins di…
Robert Whittaker
developed a 5 kingdom classification scheme; placing microbes…
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Respiratory Anatomy and Physiology
Respiratory System
Respiration
Respiratoon
External Nares
Essential in every living things that breathes
Process of breathing
Process in which carbon dioxide is being released by the body…
Homologous to nostrils in mammals. Nasal cavity in which air…
Respiratory System
Essential in every living things that breathes
Respiration
Process of breathing
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Bone fractures and repairs.
Method of ossifacation that occurs in…
Element that gives strength to bone
Membrane on outer surface of bone
Used to keep broken bones in line
Endochondral
Calcium
Periosteum
Cast
Method of ossifacation that occurs in…
Endochondral
Element that gives strength to bone
Calcium
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Anatomy Chapter 1
Why should you study the relationship…
What is the difference between cytolog…
Developmental anatomy
comparitive anatomy
Because form fits function, and if the normal state is known…
- cystology= sudy of interior structure... - histology= study of…
examines the process between conception an full maturity
compares similar structures in different organisms to see evo…
Why should you study the relationship…
Because form fits function, and if the normal state is known…
What is the difference between cytolog…
- cystology= sudy of interior structure... - histology= study of…
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Chapter 8 Anatomy
The 3 functions of a muscular system.
Isotonic (Ex.)
Isometric (Ex.)
Five affects of exercising.
Movement of the skeleton, maintenace of posture and generatio…
Increase in muscle tension and movement occurs. (Tackling)
Increase in muscle tension but movement doesn't occur. (Planks)
Increase in bone strength, better circulation, improved endur…
The 3 functions of a muscular system.
Movement of the skeleton, maintenace of posture and generatio…
Isotonic (Ex.)
Increase in muscle tension and movement occurs. (Tackling)
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Anatomy I - Final Chapter 4
Histology
4 basic tissue types
Cell junctions
Tight junction
study of tissues
1. epithelial... 2. connective... 3. muscle... 4. nervous
points of contact between cells
waterlight seal between cells
Histology
study of tissues
4 basic tissue types
1. epithelial... 2. connective... 3. muscle... 4. nervous
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