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67 terms
ch 15 anatphys
pulmonary circuit
systemic circuit
pericardium
visceral pericardium
sends oxygen-poor blood to the lungs to pick up oxygen and un…
sends oxygen-rich blood and nutrients to all body cells and r…
aka the pericardial sac, a covering that encloses the heart a…
next to and covers the heart. (innermost)
pulmonary circuit
sends oxygen-poor blood to the lungs to pick up oxygen and un…
systemic circuit
sends oxygen-rich blood and nutrients to all body cells and r…
51 terms
ch 20 anatphys
renal sinus
renal pelvis
renal medulla
medullary pyramids/renal pyramids
medial depression in the kidney leads to a hollow chamber cal…
directs the urine formed by the kidney toward the ureter, inn…
inner layer of kidney; composed of conical masses of tissue c…
triangular regions of tissue in the medulla
renal sinus
medial depression in the kidney leads to a hollow chamber cal…
renal pelvis
directs the urine formed by the kidney toward the ureter, inn…
66 terms
Anatphys 10
External intercostalitis
Internal intercostalis
Rectus abdominus
External oblique abdominus
Attatches to ribs, from above to below. Elevates ribs. Thorac…
Attaches ribs, above-below. Depresses ribs. Thoracic nerves
Attatches pubis to sternum. Flexes vertebral column. Lower th…
Attatches lower ribs to iliac crest and linea alba. Flexion a…
External intercostalitis
Attatches to ribs, from above to below. Elevates ribs. Thorac…
Internal intercostalis
Attaches ribs, above-below. Depresses ribs. Thoracic nerves
35 terms
ch 19 anatphys
pharynx
larynx
thyroid cartilage
epiglottis
inferior to the nasal cavity, oral cavity, and larynx. passag…
enlargement in the airway superior to the trachea, passageway…
largest hyaline cartilage, protrudes anteriorly (adam's apple)
superior opening of the larynx, routes food to the larynx and…
pharynx
inferior to the nasal cavity, oral cavity, and larynx. passag…
larynx
enlargement in the airway superior to the trachea, passageway…
76 terms
anatphys 22-23
tunica albuginea
septa
seminiferous tubules
interstitial cells
capsule that surrounds each testis
extensions of the tunica albuginea that extend into the testi…
tightly coiled structures that function as sperm-forming fact…
produce androgens such as testosterone
tunica albuginea
capsule that surrounds each testis
septa
extensions of the tunica albuginea that extend into the testi…
15 terms
Anatphys Objective 3
Midbrain
Cerebellum
Corpus Callosum
Cerebrum
Auditory and visual relay center
Smooth motor function
Connects left and right brain hemispheres
All voluntary action
Midbrain
Auditory and visual relay center
Cerebellum
Smooth motor function
31 terms
ANATPHYS Skeletal SystemWhi
Which of the following is NOT part of…
Which of the following provides suppor…
Which of the following is NOT a functi…
How many bones are found in an adult h…
Pelvis
skeleton
regulate body temperature
206
Which of the following is NOT part of…
Pelvis
Which of the following provides suppor…
skeleton
68 terms
Anatphys ch. 7 exam 1
Frontal
Parietal
Occipital
Temporal
Forms forehead, superior parts of orbits, and most of the ant…
Form most of the superior and lateral aspects of the skull
Forms posterior aspect and most of the base of the skull
Form inferolateral aspects of skull and contribute to middle…
Frontal
Forms forehead, superior parts of orbits, and most of the ant…
Parietal
Form most of the superior and lateral aspects of the skull
anatphys unit 2 objective 1
Where do axons direct information?
What does a myelin sheath do?
What is the function of microglia?
What is the function of oligodendrocyt…
Away from the cell body
Protects the axon and increases transmission speed of signals
To clear debris
To produce myelin sheaths
Where do axons direct information?
Away from the cell body
What does a myelin sheath do?
Protects the axon and increases transmission speed of signals
45 terms
Anatphys Ch. 8: Types of Joints
fibrous joints
FJ syndesmosis
synarthrotic
amphiarthrotic
dense connective tissue holds these joints together, includin…
bones are bound by a sheet or bundle of dense connective tiss…
immovable
slightly moveable
fibrous joints
dense connective tissue holds these joints together, includin…
FJ syndesmosis
bones are bound by a sheet or bundle of dense connective tiss…
9 terms
anatphys unit 2 objective 1
What is the function of an astrocyte?
Microglial cells clean up debris and a…
Ependymal cells have what moving proje…
What do Oligodendrocytes do and where…
makes exchanges between capillaries and neurons
lysosomes
Cilia
produces myelin sheaths and protects nerves in CNS
What is the function of an astrocyte?
makes exchanges between capillaries and neurons
Microglial cells clean up debris and a…
lysosomes
18 terms
Miller AHS Tissue ID
Simple Squamous Epithelial Tissue
Stratified Squamous Epithelial Tissue
Simple Cuboidal Epithelial Tissue
Simple Columnar Epithelial Tissue
Simple Squamous Epithelial Tissue
Stratified Squamous Epithelial Tissue
Anatomy Tissue (Epithelial/Muscle/Connective/Nervous)Slides
Simple Squamous
Simple Cuboidal
Simple Columnar
Pseudostratified
∙Single layer... ∙Spindle shape... ∙Central Nucleus... ∙Func: Secreti…
∙Single layer... ∙Cube shape... ∙Central nuclei... ∙Func: Secretion &…
∙Single layer... ∙Column shape... ∙Goblet cells present... ∙Nuclei at…
∙Single Layer... ∙Shape is column like... ∙Goblet cells are present…
Simple Squamous
∙Single layer... ∙Spindle shape... ∙Central Nucleus... ∙Func: Secreti…
Simple Cuboidal
∙Single layer... ∙Cube shape... ∙Central nuclei... ∙Func: Secretion &…
114 terms
A&P ch.10 studyguide
muscular tissue and homeostasis
motion results from
muscle tissue
myology
producing body movements, moving substances through the body,…
alternating retraction of muscles, which make up 40-50% of to…
stabilizies body position, regulate organ volume, generate he…
study of muscles.
muscular tissue and homeostasis
producing body movements, moving substances through the body,…
motion results from
alternating retraction of muscles, which make up 40-50% of to…
13 terms
Pelvic Girdle
Coxal Bones
Ilium
Ischium
Pubis
Name the highlighted area
Name the highlighted area
Name the highlighted area
Name the highlighted area
Coxal Bones
Name the highlighted area
Ilium
Name the highlighted area
7 terms
AnatPhys 36-42
fibro-
fiss-
flex-
gangli-
fiber
split
bend
swelling
fibro-
fiber
fiss-
split
59 terms
KNR 181 EXAM 2 Bones
Mandible
Maxilla
Cervical
cervical Transverse process
Mandible
Maxilla
50 terms
50 Regional Terms - Anatomy Pd. 2
Lumbar
Tarsal
Antecubital
Patellar
Area between ribs and spine (back)
Ankle
Anterior elbow
Anterior knee
Lumbar
Area between ribs and spine (back)
Tarsal
Ankle
136 terms
Chapter 4 - The Tissue Level of Organization
Intracellular Junctions
Tight Junctions
Adherens Junctions
Desmosomes
Connect adjacent cells mechanically at the cell membranes or…
- Are found where a leakproof seal is needed between cells.... -…
- Make an adhesion belt (like the belt on your pants) that ke…
Act as "spot welds". They also use cadherin glycoprotein (plu…
Intracellular Junctions
Connect adjacent cells mechanically at the cell membranes or…
Tight Junctions
- Are found where a leakproof seal is needed between cells.... -…
67 terms
Axial Skeleton
atlas
axis
coccyx
lumbar vertebra
identify
identify
identify
identify
atlas
identify
axis
identify
98 terms
Histology
smooth muscle
nervous tissue
pseudostratified ciliated columnar ET…
simple cuboidal ET
Identify the tissue.
Identify the tissue.
Identify the tissue.
Identify the tissue.
smooth muscle
Identify the tissue.
nervous tissue
Identify the tissue.
16 terms
AnatPhys Ch 11 set 1
heart
tricuspid valve
mitral valve
semilunar valves
muscular cone-shaped organ the size of a fist, located behind…
located between the right atrium and right ventricle
located between the left atrium and left ventricle
pulmonary and aortic valves located between the right ventric…
heart
muscular cone-shaped organ the size of a fist, located behind…
tricuspid valve
located between the right atrium and right ventricle
8 terms
Upper air pathways
Upper air pathways
Nostrils
Vibrissae
Paranasal sinuses
series of chambers and tunnels within skull allowing air to e…
formed by nasal, vomer, and inferior nasal conchae bones line…
definitive hairs lining interior of nostrils where they act a…
series of 8 chambers within skull lined by mucous membranes t…
Upper air pathways
series of chambers and tunnels within skull allowing air to e…
Nostrils
formed by nasal, vomer, and inferior nasal conchae bones line…
33 terms
Digestive System AnatPhys I
pharynx
esophagus
stomach
cardia
common pathway for air (to larynx) and food/drink (to esophag…
passageway for food, from the mouth to the stomach
food storage organ, the first major site of chemical digestion
an opening that connects the esophagus and and upper stomach
pharynx
common pathway for air (to larynx) and food/drink (to esophag…
esophagus
passageway for food, from the mouth to the stomach
11 terms
Heart Chambers and Valves
Atria
Right atrium
Left atrium
Ventricles
thin walled chambers in upper half of heart which receive blo…
receives deoxygenated blood returning to heart from most of b…
receives oxygenated blood returning to heart from lungs thru…
larger thicker walled chambers in apex of heart that pump blo…
Atria
thin walled chambers in upper half of heart which receive blo…
Right atrium
receives deoxygenated blood returning to heart from most of b…
19 terms
Basic Terms ANAT_PHYS
superior/cranial
Deep/internal
Inferior/caudal
Lateral
toward the head or upper part of the body
away from the body surface
away from the head or toward the lower part of the body
away from the midline of the body
superior/cranial
toward the head or upper part of the body
Deep/internal
away from the body surface
31 terms
Specific system pathways
Coronary pathway
Circumflex arteries
Greater coronary artery
Brachiocephalic pathway
delivers blood into/out of heart wall
only arteries emerging from ascending aorta, emerge on surfac…
branches from circumflex artery lying within interventricular…
carries blood into head, neck, shoulders, arms. Begins with a…
Coronary pathway
delivers blood into/out of heart wall
Circumflex arteries
only arteries emerging from ascending aorta, emerge on surfac…
12 terms
Tissue Structure
Blood vessels
Arteries
Veins
Tunica externa
muscular and epithelial tubes thru which circulation is achie…
largest blood vessels, have well defined round shape, all ves…
have relatively thin wall with typically flat shape, veins ca…
outer tissue layer of vessels made of squamous epithelium whi…
Blood vessels
muscular and epithelial tubes thru which circulation is achie…
Arteries
largest blood vessels, have well defined round shape, all ves…
AnatPhys 2 Unit 5 Objective Set 2 Study Resource
gastrin
serotonin
histamine
somatostatin
produced in the stomach mucosa; secretion stimulated by the p…
produced in stomach mucosa; stimulated by presence of food in…
secretion in the stomach mucosa is stimulated by the presence…
secretion in the stomach/duodenal mucosa is stimulated by foo…
gastrin
produced in the stomach mucosa; secretion stimulated by the p…
serotonin
produced in stomach mucosa; stimulated by presence of food in…
75 terms
AnatPhys Chapter 16
lymphatic capillaries
lymphatic vessels
lymphatic trunks
lymphatic collecting vessels
microscopic, closed-ended tubes that form complex networks th…
walls are similar to veins, but thinner. three layers - an in…
drain lymph from the lymphatic vessels, join one of two colle…
collect lymph from lymph capillaries, carries lymph away to l…
lymphatic capillaries
microscopic, closed-ended tubes that form complex networks th…
lymphatic vessels
walls are similar to veins, but thinner. three layers - an in…
75 terms
KNR 181 Ch. 9 Muscle and Muscle Tissue
Muscles account for ______ of body mass.
What does skeletal muscle attach to?
Striations
Skeletal muscles have __________ contr…
40%
bone, skin, or fascia
light & dark bands visible with scope
voluntary
Muscles account for ______ of body mass.
40%
What does skeletal muscle attach to?
bone, skin, or fascia
36 terms
AnatPhys a-c terms
Ab
Adip
Af
Andro
Away, off
Fat
Toward
Male
Ab
Away, off
Adip
Fat
25 terms
AnatPhis Bone Names
12
13
14
15
Colabact
Sternum
Humerus
Radius
12
Colabact
13
Sternum
128 terms
KNR 181 Exam 1 (Ch. 1, 2, 3, 24)
Amino Acids
20
Carbon, Nitrogen, Oxygen, and Hydrogen
8
The building block of proteins
How many different type of Amino Acids are there in the body
What are the four main elements found in the body
How many amino acids are essential?
Amino Acids
The building block of proteins
20
How many different type of Amino Acids are there in the body
15 terms
AnatPhis Muscle Names
A
B
C
D
Sternocladiomastoid
Pectoral muscle
Abdominal muscle
External oblique
A
Sternocladiomastoid
B
Pectoral muscle
7 terms
AnatPhis Blood
Red blood cells circualte for 120 days…
Low blood oxygen causes:
Hemoglobin
Low iron in your diet will cause
Biliurubin
Your liver and kidnet to release a hormone into your blood th…
Is a protein. / requires iron to be present in the diet to fo…
Anemia
Red blood cells circualte for 120 days…
Biliurubin
Low blood oxygen causes:
Your liver and kidnet to release a hormone into your blood th…
14 terms
AnatPhys
Kidney
Human Skin
Respiratory passages e.g. trachea
Urinary Bladder
cuboidal epithelium
Stratified squamous epithelium
ciliated pseudo stratified columnar epithelium
transitional epithelium
Kidney
cuboidal epithelium
Human Skin
Stratified squamous epithelium
10 terms
AnatPhys Lab: Joints (appendicular skeleton)
adduction, abduction, medial/lateral r…
pivot joint
ball and socket joint
plantarflexion, dorsiflexion, eversion…
hip motions
radioulnar joint,
shoulder, hip
talocrural motions
adduction, abduction, medial/lateral r…
hip motions
pivot joint
radioulnar joint,
82 terms
KNR 181 Ch. 6 Bones and Skeletal Tissues
The skeletal system consists of
Cartilage functions
Ligament functions
Tendon functions
Cartilage... Bones... Tendons... Ligaments
1. Absorb shock... 2. Reduce friction
Connect bone to bone... *sprain
Connect muscle to bone... *strain
The skeletal system consists of
Cartilage... Bones... Tendons... Ligaments
Cartilage functions
1. Absorb shock... 2. Reduce friction
30 terms
AnatPhys Ch 11 set 2 (basic)
Plasma
Atria
Ventricle
Systole
Fluid part of blood
Upper most chambers of heart that receive blood
Lower most chambers of heart with thick muscular walls
Contraction of muscle especially myocardium muscle
Plasma
Fluid part of blood
Atria
Upper most chambers of heart that receive blood
76 terms
KNR 181 Ch. 5 Integumentary System
integument
Surface area of integumentary system
Thickness of integumentary system
Integumentary system
covering
1.2-2.2 square meters or... ~23 square feet
Varying thickness depending upon location on body
skin, hair, nails, glands
integument
covering
Surface area of integumentary system
1.2-2.2 square meters or... ~23 square feet
37 terms
AnatPhys Ch 5 Vocabulary
bones
compact bone
spongy bone
osteocytes
A connective tissue that forms the bony skeleton.
Type of dense bone tissue found on the outer surfaces and sha…
Type of bone tissue characterized by thin, hard interconnecti…
A mature bone cell.
bones
A connective tissue that forms the bony skeleton.
compact bone
Type of dense bone tissue found on the outer surfaces and sha…
37 terms
AnatPhys Chapter 7: Blood
circulatory system
blood
plasma
plasma proteins
The system that circulates blood and lymph through the body,…
A fluid connective tissue consisting of water, solutes, blood…
The fluid component of blood in which the formed elements are…
Any of the various dissolved proteins of blood plasma, includ…
circulatory system
The system that circulates blood and lymph through the body,…
blood
A fluid connective tissue consisting of water, solutes, blood…
15 terms
AnatPhys - Unit 1
Body Tissue Types - Epithelial
Body Tissue Types - Connective
Body Tissue Types - Nervous
Body Tissue Types - Muscular
Body Tissue Types - protects (skin), absorbs (stomach/intesti…
Body Tissue Types - wraps around and cushions and protects or…
Body Tissue Types - conducts impulses to and from body organs…
Body Tissue Types - responsible for body movement, moves bloo…
Body Tissue Types - Epithelial
Body Tissue Types - protects (skin), absorbs (stomach/intesti…
Body Tissue Types - Connective
Body Tissue Types - wraps around and cushions and protects or…
12 terms
AnatPhys Unit 3- Cranial Nerves
1) Olfactory
2) Optic
3) Occulomotor
4) Trochlear
Sensory... Olfactory Cortex... Sense of smell
Sensory... Thalamus... Sight impulses
Motor... Midbrain... Raise eyelid, rotate eye, adjust pupil and focus
Motor... Midbrain... Eye movement down and medially
1) Olfactory
Sensory... Olfactory Cortex... Sense of smell
2) Optic
Sensory... Thalamus... Sight impulses
106 terms
KNR 181 Ch. 8 Joints
Articulations
Joint functions
Structural classification
Functional classifcation
Between two or more bones
1. Allow movement... 2. Hold skeleton together
1. Type of connective tissue binding the bones together... 2. Pr…
Amount of movement allowed at the joint... 1. Synarthroses = imm…
Articulations
Between two or more bones
Joint functions
1. Allow movement... 2. Hold skeleton together
13 terms
Chapter 3 Anatomy Review
Microvilli
heart muscle
determination of blood groups, binding…
detoxification activites
What would you expect to find in or on cells whose main funct…
Adult cell types you might expect to have gap junctions include
Possible functions of the glcoproteins in the plasma membrane?
A cell with abundant perisomes would most likely be involved in
Microvilli
What would you expect to find in or on cells whose main funct…
heart muscle
Adult cell types you might expect to have gap junctions include
43 terms
AnatPhys (Ch.1) Tilliquist
Allopathic Medical Doctor
Anatomy
Anesthesiology
Cardiology
Biological approach to healing (M.D.)
Body structure
The science of anesthetics (anesthesia used in surgery)
Dealing with diseases and abnormalities of the heart
Allopathic Medical Doctor
Biological approach to healing (M.D.)
Anatomy
Body structure
207 terms
Module 2 Anatomy/Physology
Matter has___and___
An Element is the simplest type of ___…
If a person is standing on the moon, t…
Tritium is an isotope of hydrogen. It…
Mass; occupies space
matter, properties
Same amount of mass; decreased weight
Two
Matter has___and___
Mass; occupies space
An Element is the simplest type of ___…
matter, properties
13 terms
7 AnatPhys kidney DMGDMG
The interlobar arteries supply blood t…
The interlobar arteries supply blood t…
The __ arteries supply blood to the ar…
The arcuate arteries run through the __.
The interlobar arteries supply blood to the arcuate arteries…
The interlobar arteries supply blood to the arcuate arteries…
The interlobar arteries supply blood to the arcuate arteries…
The arcuate arteries run through the boundary of the cortex a…
The interlobar arteries supply blood t…
The interlobar arteries supply blood to the arcuate arteries…
The interlobar arteries supply blood t…
The interlobar arteries supply blood to the arcuate arteries…
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