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424 terms
AP2 Practical 2
left common carotid artery
left subclavian artery
left pulmonary veins
interarterial septum
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left common carotid artery
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left subclavian artery
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128 terms
Practical 2 AP2
accessory duct
(peyer's patch) aggregated lymphatic f…
appendix
artenoid cartilage
...
...
accessory duct
(peyer's patch) aggregated lymphatic f…
...
224 terms
AP 2 Practical #1
ductus venosus
foramen ovale
ductus arteriosus
inferior mesenteric vein
C
What is this structure called in a fetus
what is this structure called in a fetus
ductus venosus
C
foramen ovale
What is this structure called in a fetus
431 terms
AP2 Practical 3
Hard palate
epiglottis
tongue
oral cavity
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Hard palate
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epiglottis
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240 terms
AP 2 Practical #1
ductus venosus
foramen ovale
ductus arteriosus
inferior mesenteric vein
C
What is this structure called in a fetus
what is this structure called in a fetus
ductus venosus
C
foramen ovale
What is this structure called in a fetus
422 terms
AP2 PRACTICAL 4
ureters
bladder
urethra
adrenal glands
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ureters
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bladder
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106 terms
AP 2 Practical 1
superior vena cava
inferior vena cava
azygos vein
brachiocephalic vein
vein; head, neck, upper extremities, and thorax
vein; abdominal cavity to heart
drain right thorax to SVC
is the internal jugular vein and subclavian vein
superior vena cava
vein; head, neck, upper extremities, and thorax
inferior vena cava
vein; abdominal cavity to heart
237 terms
AP II- Practical 2
nasopharynx... oropharynx... laryngopharynx
pharynx
pharynx
pharynx
Pharynx parts...
connects the nasal and oral cavities to the larynx and esopha…
"throat"
nasopharynx... oropharynx... laryngopharynx
Pharynx parts...
pharynx
176 terms
AP&P Practical #2
sagittal suture
coronal suture
lambdoid
squamous suture
holds cranium together. bony joint
sagittal suture
holds cranium together. bony joint
coronal suture
29 terms
AP 2 Practical 1
Aqueous Humor
Choroid
Conjunctiva
Bulbar
G
L
Aqueous Humor
G
Choroid
L
AP2 Practical 1
non identical
non identical
haploid
haploid
At the end of meiosis I are the cells identical or non identi…
At the end of meiosis II are the cells identical or non ident…
At the end of meiosis I are the cells haploid or diploid
At the end of meiosis II are the cells haploid or diploid
non identical
At the end of meiosis I are the cells identical or non identi…
non identical
At the end of meiosis II are the cells identical or non ident…
94 terms
AP2 practical 1
cornea
sciera
optic nerve
extrinsic eye muscles
The clear tissue that covers the front of the eye
The white outer layer of the eyeball. At the front of the eye…
the nerve that carries neural impulses from the eye to the br…
Muscles that allow you to look at the ceiling without moving…
cornea
The clear tissue that covers the front of the eye
sciera
The white outer layer of the eyeball. At the front of the eye…
49 terms
AP2 Vessels Practical
Brachiocephalic artery
Right carotid artery
Right subclavian artery
Right axillary artery
Brachiocephalic artery
Right carotid artery
74 terms
Practical 1 (AP2)
Pituitary gland
adenohypophysis
nuerohypophysis
infundibulum
Pituitary gland
adenohypophysis
ap2 practical 1
neutrophil
monocyte
lymphocyte
eosinophil
random circles generally connected
shaped like kidney bean
circle that takes up most of cell
2 circles somewhat connected
neutrophil
random circles generally connected
monocyte
shaped like kidney bean
114 terms
ap practical 2
lymph node histology
lymph node medulla
lymph node cortex
lymph node germinal center
macrophages here
in cortex. where b lymphocytes proliferate
lymph node histology
lymph node medulla
macrophages here
AP Practical 2
External Nares
Nasal Cavity
Nasal Septum
Conchae (superior, middle & inferior)
Externally visible, its inferior surface has nostrils (nares)…
Lined with respiratory mucosa composed of pseudostratified ci…
formed by the vomer, perpendicular plate od the ethmoid bone,…
Turbinate* that project medially from the lateral wall of the…
External Nares
Externally visible, its inferior surface has nostrils (nares)…
Nasal Cavity
Lined with respiratory mucosa composed of pseudostratified ci…
16 terms
AP practical 2
Cervical vertebra
Atlas
Coccyx
Intervertebral disc
7 individual vertebrae between occipital bone and T1... features…
C1 vertebrea... Ring-shaped vertebra that articulates with the s…
Rudiment of the tail in other vertebrates... • Small, triangular…
• Between vertebral bodies (C2 to S1)... Description:... • Outer p…
Cervical vertebra
7 individual vertebrae between occipital bone and T1... features…
Atlas
C1 vertebrea... Ring-shaped vertebra that articulates with the s…
16 terms
AP Practical #2
Respiratory Organs
Digestive Organs
Urinary/Excretory System
Respiratory Zone
Nose ... Pharynx... Larynx... Trachea ... Bronchi... Lungs... Alveoli
Mouth... Esophagus ... Liver ... Stomach ... Gallbladder... Pancreas... Small I…
Kidneys... Ureters... Bladder ... Sphincter... Urethra
the site of O2 and CO2 exchange with the blood. found deep in…
Respiratory Organs
Nose ... Pharynx... Larynx... Trachea ... Bronchi... Lungs... Alveoli
Digestive Organs
Mouth... Esophagus ... Liver ... Stomach ... Gallbladder... Pancreas... Small I…
170 terms
Practical One AP 2
List one electrolyte and two proteins…
Describe the composition of blood as a…
T lymphocytes
Neutrophils
Proteins- Albumin and globulins... Electrolyte- sodium
Ground substances- non living plasma... formed elements- erythr…
destroys via direct cell attack (cancers, tumors, viruses) ce…
phagocytize bacteria; destroys via lysozymes, first on site..…
List one electrolyte and two proteins…
Proteins- Albumin and globulins... Electrolyte- sodium
Describe the composition of blood as a…
Ground substances- non living plasma... formed elements- erythr…
97 terms
Ap2 practical 1
Brachial plexus
Common peroneal nerve
Femoral nerve
Median nerve
Brachial plexus
Common peroneal nerve
54 terms
AP 2 - Lab Practical 2 - Heart
Right Brachiocephalic Vein
Left Brachiocephalic Vein
Ascending Aorta
Right Coronary Artery
(P) vein that returns oxygen-depleted blood from the upper li…
(O) vein that returns oxygen-depleted blood from the upper li…
(M) to distribute oxygenated blood to all parts of the body t…
(L) Supplies oxygenated blood to the walls of the ventricles…
Right Brachiocephalic Vein
(P) vein that returns oxygen-depleted blood from the upper li…
Left Brachiocephalic Vein
(O) vein that returns oxygen-depleted blood from the upper li…
APES: Chapter 2 Practical
American Beech
Red Oak
Chestnut Oak
Red Mulberry
"Son of a beech" Smooth bark... Leaf- Oval, serrated edges... *Leav…
Acorn nuts... Leaf: Arrows ("Red Man uses arrows")
Large branches... Leaf-Close lobes
Mulberries 1-2in... Leaf- Mitten shape, oval, fuzzy,
American Beech
"Son of a beech" Smooth bark... Leaf- Oval, serrated edges... *Leav…
Red Oak
Acorn nuts... Leaf: Arrows ("Red Man uses arrows")
233 terms
AP2 practical 2
pharynx
primary bronchus
nasal cavity
larynx 1
?
pharynx
primary bronchus
?
43 terms
AP2 practical two
ventilation
two phases of breathing
alveoli
external respiration
process known as the function of respiratory system that exch…
inhalation and exhalation
air travels through the structures of the respiratory system…
where the gases O2 and CO2 can be exchanged
ventilation
process known as the function of respiratory system that exch…
two phases of breathing
inhalation and exhalation
255 terms
AP Lab Practical 2
Superior Vena Cava
Internodal Pathway
Right Atrium
Left Atrium
Superior Vena Cava
Internodal Pathway
38 terms
Practical #2 ~ AP2
Lymph organs
Functions of the lymphatic system
Function of lymph nodes
Function of thymus
-Lymph... -Lymphatic vessels... -structures and organs containing l…
-drain excess interstitial fluid... -transport dietary lipid... -Ca…
trap foreign substances by using macrophages or immune response
-maturation of T cells... -produces thymic hormones... -large and i…
Lymph organs
-Lymph... -Lymphatic vessels... -structures and organs containing l…
Functions of the lymphatic system
-drain excess interstitial fluid... -transport dietary lipid... -Ca…
Ap 2 practical 1 respiratory
With excercise TV
With exercise VC
With exercise ERV
Nasopharynx
Increases ^
Stays the same
Decreases v
With excercise TV
Increases ^
With exercise VC
Stays the same
69 terms
AP 2 lab practical
Systolic Pressure
Diastolic Pressure
Normal BP
Prehypertension
when you hear the first sound
sounds are no longer heard.
<120mmHg = systolic ... <80mmHG = diastolic
120-139 = systolic ... 80-89 diastolic
Systolic Pressure
when you hear the first sound
Diastolic Pressure
sounds are no longer heard.
63 terms
Lab practical 1 ap2
bowman's capsule (Kidney Slide)
glomerulus (Kidney Slide)
proximal convoluted tubule (Kidney Sli…
distal convoluted tubule (Kidney Slide)
2
2
4
1
bowman's capsule (Kidney Slide)
2
glomerulus (Kidney Slide)
2
AP2 - Lab Practical #1
1. Distribution ... 2. Regulation ... 3.Prot…
"the formed elements"
plasma
Erythrocyte (red blood cells)
What are 3 functions of Blood?
-living blood cells ... -Made of erythrocytes/leukocytes/platelets
non-living fluid matrix
Function: Transport O2 and CO2... -Most common formed element in…
1. Distribution ... 2. Regulation ... 3.Prot…
What are 3 functions of Blood?
"the formed elements"
-living blood cells ... -Made of erythrocytes/leukocytes/platelets
55 terms
Lab Practical - AP 2
Right Common Carotid Artery
Right Subclavian Artery
Brachiocephalic Artery
Left Common Carotid Artery
A
B
C
E
Right Common Carotid Artery
A
Right Subclavian Artery
B
188 terms
AP lab practical 2
Osteon
Interstitial Lamellae
lacunae
circumferential lamellae
Osteon
Interstitial Lamellae
167 terms
ap lab practical 2
neutrophil
eosinophil
basophil
monocyte
neutrophil
eosinophil
22 terms
AP Practice application 2
In the late summer of that year we liv…
They had a great thirst for viewing ne…
Want to take a ride in my new wheels?
All cats purr. This animal is a cat. T…
polysyndeton
synaesthesia
synecdoche
syllogism
In the late summer of that year we liv…
polysyndeton
They had a great thirst for viewing ne…
synaesthesia
16 terms
AP2 Lab practical
Anterior Pituitary Gland
Posterior Pituitary gland
Pituitary Gland
Thyroid Gland
Acidophils,... Chromophobe... Basophil
Pituicytes ... + Nerve Fibers
Collid-filled follicles ... Follicle Cells... Blood vessels
Anterior Pituitary Gland
Acidophils,... Chromophobe... Basophil
Posterior Pituitary gland
Pituicytes ... + Nerve Fibers
97 terms
AP2 Final Practical
Esophagus
Lesser curvature
Liver
Gallbladder
Digestive System Model... ID the structure (A):
Digestive System Model... ID the structure (B):
Digestive System Model... ID the structure (C):
Digestive System Model... ID the structure (D):
Esophagus
Digestive System Model... ID the structure (A):
Lesser curvature
Digestive System Model... ID the structure (B):
AP Lab Practical 2
what are the 3 types of muscle cells?
4 characteristics that determine muscl…
what does the epimysium surround?
what does the perimysium surround?
skeletal, smooth, cardiac
excitability, contractility, extensibility, elasticity
whole muscle
fascicle
what are the 3 types of muscle cells?
skeletal, smooth, cardiac
4 characteristics that determine muscl…
excitability, contractility, extensibility, elasticity
AP2 - Practical 2
Name white blood cells and arrange the…
Plasma is over __% water.
Red blood cells (RBC) are also called?
Red blood cells are nucleated/anucleat…
Never Let Monkeys Eat Bananas... 1. Neutrophils... 2. Lymphocytes…
90%
Erythrocytes
Anucleated
Name white blood cells and arrange the…
Never Let Monkeys Eat Bananas... 1. Neutrophils... 2. Lymphocytes…
Plasma is over __% water.
90%
61 terms
AP2 practical 1
what is a hormone?
which endocrine gland plays a role in…
name and function of the hormone produ…
what is the function of the hypothalamus
chemical that stimulates and regulates body functions
thymus
parathyroid hormone- increases blood calcium levels
inhibits and stimulates tropic hormones in the anterior pitui…
what is a hormone?
chemical that stimulates and regulates body functions
which endocrine gland plays a role in…
thymus
AP Lab Practical 2
Longitudinal fissure
Dura mater
Arachnoid mater
Pia mater
Single, deep fissure, divides cerebral hemispheres
Outer most meninges, leathery
Middle meninges, web like, cottony material spanning fissures
Meninges that closely follows cerebral contours
Longitudinal fissure
Single, deep fissure, divides cerebral hemispheres
Dura mater
Outer most meninges, leathery
31 terms
AP2 Heart Practical
Right Auricle
Left Auricle
Anterior Interventricular Sulcus
Right Ventricle
Right Auricle
Left Auricle
ap practical 2
plane
hinge
pivot
condylar
nonaxial- intercarpals, intertarsals
uniaxial- adjacent phalanges, ankle
uniaxial- elbow, atlas (c1) and axis (c2)
biaxial- knuckle
plane
nonaxial- intercarpals, intertarsals
hinge
uniaxial- adjacent phalanges, ankle
48 terms
AP Lab Practical 1.2
Plasma accounts for how much of whole…
What is the major functions of water i…
What is another word for salts?
What are the major functions of salts…
55%
It is the solvent for carrying other substances and it absorb…
Electrolytes
They help with osmotic balance and pH buffering.
Plasma accounts for how much of whole…
55%
What is the major functions of water i…
It is the solvent for carrying other substances and it absorb…
AP2 Practical
ID the 4 defects of Fallot
What is a shunt? R->L, L->R and the cl…
What type of shunt is in the tetralogy…
Why do TOF kids squat?
-ventricular septal defect... -pulmonary stenosis... -right ventric…
Shunt: moves body fluid from one place to another... R->L shunt:…
R->L shunt
it increases peripheral vascular resistance and cuts off bloo…
ID the 4 defects of Fallot
-ventricular septal defect... -pulmonary stenosis... -right ventric…
What is a shunt? R->L, L->R and the cl…
Shunt: moves body fluid from one place to another... R->L shunt:…
284 terms
AP 2 Lab Practical #2
scrotum
testes
epididymus
ductus (vas) deferens
scrotum
testes
90 terms
Ap 2 lab practical 2
Aorta
aortic arch
Right auricle
Left auricle
2
2
7
Aorta
2
aortic arch
126 terms
AP Practical 2 Spring
Mechanical digestion
Chemical digestion
Absorption
Same
physical breakdown of food into smaller pieces via chewing an…
acidic and enzymatic breaking of chemical bonds within food p…
Food particles move through the walls of the alimentary canal…
all nutrients go through the _______ mechanisms of chemical d…
Mechanical digestion
physical breakdown of food into smaller pieces via chewing an…
Chemical digestion
acidic and enzymatic breaking of chemical bonds within food p…
17 terms
AP Practical 2
I
II
III
IV
Olfactory Nerve, sense of smell
Optic Nerve, Vision, Supplies info for Retina in the form of…
Oculomotor Nerve, Uplifting eyelid, superiorly rotating eyeba…
Trochlear Nerve, Eye movement, turning the eye
I
Olfactory Nerve, sense of smell
II
Optic Nerve, Vision, Supplies info for Retina in the form of…
50 terms
AP 2 Lab practical
basophil
Neutrophil
eosinophil
leukocyte
releases histamine and heparin ... granulated
first line of defense... granulated
fights parasitic worms... granulated
mounts immune response... not granulated
basophil
releases histamine and heparin ... granulated
Neutrophil
first line of defense... granulated
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