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Biology Human Anatomy
Anatomical Position
Superior
Inferior
Proximal
To stand erect with arms at the sides and palms of the hands…
Higher on the body, nearer to the head
Lower on the body, farther from the head
Closer to the point of attachment
Anatomical Position
To stand erect with arms at the sides and palms of the hands…
Superior
Higher on the body, nearer to the head
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Biology - Human Anatomy - Muscles
Temporalis
Orbicularis Oculi
Orbicularis Oris
Pectoralis Major
Involved with closing the mouth and chewing.... Remember: When…
Muscle that closes your eyelids, and it arises from the nasal…
The Orbicularis Oris controls the movement of your mouth and…
The bulk muscle in your chest... Remember: Like your pecs.
Temporalis
Involved with closing the mouth and chewing.... Remember: When…
Orbicularis Oculi
Muscle that closes your eyelids, and it arises from the nasal…
244 terms
BIOLOGY 301 - Human Anatomy
What is anatomy?
Gross Anatomy
Microscopic Anatomy
Organizational Levels Of Living Organi…
The study of structure of a living organism and it's componen…
regional and systemic
Histology
Moleculular --> Cellular--> Tissue-->Organs--> Systems --> Sy…
What is anatomy?
The study of structure of a living organism and it's componen…
Gross Anatomy
regional and systemic
Human Genetics-Biology 101
Human genetics (def)
What are the difficulties in studying…
How do we study human genetics?
Pedigree analysis
study of the inheritance of variance in humans
1. few offspring... 2. long generations... 3. can't experiment on h…
1. population studies in large extended families- analyze mat…
family tree that shows inheritance patterns over one or more…
Human genetics (def)
study of the inheritance of variance in humans
What are the difficulties in studying…
1. few offspring... 2. long generations... 3. can't experiment on h…
Biology Human Anatomy Notes
Skeletal System
Appendicular Skeleton
Axial Skeleton
Cartilage
Includes bones and connective tissues holding bones together.…
Legs, Arms, Feet, and hands. Pelvic and pectoral girdles.
Skull (24), Vertebrae (33), Ribs (24), Sternum (3).
flexible tissue that cushions your joints.
Skeletal System
Includes bones and connective tissues holding bones together.…
Appendicular Skeleton
Legs, Arms, Feet, and hands. Pelvic and pectoral girdles.
87 terms
LMED 101: Human Anatomy
Topics
Objectives
Human body consists of
Anatomy
- Terminology ... - Body Positions, Planes, Cavities, and Direct…
- Define medical terminology associated with human anatomy.…
- >30 trillion cells ... - 206 bones ... - 700 muscles ... - About 5 l…
structural composition
Topics
- Terminology ... - Body Positions, Planes, Cavities, and Direct…
Objectives
- Define medical terminology associated with human anatomy.…
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Human Biology 101
frontal bone
parietal
temporal
occipital
forms the fore head
forms top of cranium
forms sides of cranium
forms rear of cranium; note the foramen magnum, the large hol…
frontal bone
forms the fore head
parietal
forms top of cranium
158 terms
Human Anatomy 101 LECTURE
Blood functions
Blood transport
Blood regulation
Blood protection
Transport, regulate and protection
Oxygen, carbon dioxide, nutrients and waste
Temperature, pH and body fluid levels
Immune functions, white blood cells and antibodies
Blood functions
Transport, regulate and protection
Blood transport
Oxygen, carbon dioxide, nutrients and waste
7 terms
Biology 101: Human evolution
Hominid
hominin
Closest living relative
first bipedal mammal
any of the modern or extinct bipedal primates of the family H…
the group consisting of modern humans, extinct human species…
chimpanzee (5-7 mya)
Australopithecines (2 mya)
Hominid
any of the modern or extinct bipedal primates of the family H…
hominin
the group consisting of modern humans, extinct human species…
41 terms
Biology - Human Anatomy - Bones
Frontal
Parietal
Didn't Do This Bone
Temporal
The Yellow Part... Front part of the skeleton.... Remember: Fronta…
The Hot Pink/Purple Part... Middle Part of the skeleton
...
The Orange Part... Remember: The Temporal bone is right by your…
Frontal
The Yellow Part... Front part of the skeleton.... Remember: Fronta…
Parietal
The Hot Pink/Purple Part... Middle Part of the skeleton
67 terms
Biology-Human Anatomy
cerebrum
cerebellum
brainstem
pituitary
largest part of brain where thinking, analyzing, memory stora…
smaller cauliflower-looking part of brain responsible for coo…
inner stalk-like part of brain responsible for respiration an…
pea-sized gland in base of brain responsible for making growt…
cerebrum
largest part of brain where thinking, analyzing, memory stora…
cerebellum
smaller cauliflower-looking part of brain responsible for coo…
41 terms
Biology - Human Anatomy - Bones
Frontal
Parietal
Didn't Do This Bone
Temporal
The Yellow Part... Front part of the skeleton.... Remember: Fronta…
The Hot Pink/Purple Part... Middle Part of the skeleton
...
The Orange Part... Remember: The Temporal bone is right by your…
Frontal
The Yellow Part... Front part of the skeleton.... Remember: Fronta…
Parietal
The Hot Pink/Purple Part... Middle Part of the skeleton
Mitosis for human biology 101
Interphase
Prophase
Metaphase
Anaphase
Growth & carring on functions towards the end of phase 1 read…
Centrioles begin radiating spindle fibers... -a protein attaches…
Paired chromosomes line up at the imaginary line in middle (m…
Centrioles begin to reel in spindle fibers... -paired chromosome…
Interphase
Growth & carring on functions towards the end of phase 1 read…
Prophase
Centrioles begin radiating spindle fibers... -a protein attaches…
16 terms
Biology: Human Anatomy/Physiology
Starting from body cells, trace the fl…
Which structure is a maturation and st…
Describe the path and the changes that…
What is the function of the placenta?
1. body cells... 2. vena cava... 3. right atrium... 4. right ventricle…
epididymis
the zygote divides, as it moves along the oviduct also known…
provides nutrients and oxygen to the embryo and gets rid of m…
Starting from body cells, trace the fl…
1. body cells... 2. vena cava... 3. right atrium... 4. right ventricle…
Which structure is a maturation and st…
epididymis
15 terms
Biology Human Anatomy
Puberty
Testes (Testis)
Scrotum
Seminiferous Tubules
A period of rapid growth and sexual maturation during which t…
Sperm formation and where meiosis occurs
Keeps the testes out of body to keep them cool (Ball Sack)
Located within the testes, and are the specific location of m…
Puberty
A period of rapid growth and sexual maturation during which t…
Testes (Testis)
Sperm formation and where meiosis occurs
54 terms
Human Biology: Comparative Anatomy
Parthenogenesis
Asexual Reproduction
Sexual Reproduction
Hermaphordite
reproduction from an ovum without fertilization, especially a…
the process in which a single parent reproduces by itself
the production of new living organisms by combining genetic i…
an individual that has both male and female reproductive parts
Parthenogenesis
reproduction from an ovum without fertilization, especially a…
Asexual Reproduction
the process in which a single parent reproduces by itself
59 terms
Biology Human Anatomy Test
circulatory system function
myocardium
atrium
ventricles
transports oxygen, nutrients, and other substances throughout…
the muscle that actually pumps the blood
upper chambers of the heart which receive blood from the body
lower chambers which pump blood back out of the heart
circulatory system function
transports oxygen, nutrients, and other substances throughout…
myocardium
the muscle that actually pumps the blood
26 terms
Biology B Human Anatomy
Homeostasis
Neuron
Neurotransmitter
Cerebrum
process by which organisms maintain a relatively stable envir…
cell that carries messages throughout the nervous system
chemical used by a neuron to transmit an impulse across a syn…
area of the brain responsible for all voluntary activities of…
Homeostasis
process by which organisms maintain a relatively stable envir…
Neuron
cell that carries messages throughout the nervous system
24 terms
Human Biology - Renal Anatomy
Name the two layers of superficial fas…
Which layer contains fat? ____________…
Name the three large flat muscles of t…
What muscle runs vertically and has te…
Camper's, Scarpa's
Camper's
External oblique, internal oblique, transversus abdominus
Rectus abdominus
Name the two layers of superficial fas…
Camper's, Scarpa's
Which layer contains fat? ____________…
Camper's
Biology 115-Human Anatomy
Levels of Biological Organization
Reductionism
Atoms
SPONCH
ecosystems-->populations-->organizations-->systems-->organs--…
a scientific approach to understanding... complex things by firs…
Smallest unit of matter which cannot be... chemically split
6 most important elements in the periodic table
Levels of Biological Organization
ecosystems-->populations-->organizations-->systems-->organs--…
Reductionism
a scientific approach to understanding... complex things by firs…
31 terms
Anatomy (Human Biology)
Function of the Skin
Protection
Thermoregulation
Sensation
Protection.... Thermoregulation.... Sensation.... Excretion.... Secretion…
Dead layer prevents dehydration of live layers.... Protects livi…
Maintenance of profit body temp.... Blood flow control heat loss…
Skin contain many sensory receptors.... Pressure, pain, temp.
Function of the Skin
Protection.... Thermoregulation.... Sensation.... Excretion.... Secretion…
Protection
Dead layer prevents dehydration of live layers.... Protects livi…
53 terms
Biology Human Anatomy
Anatomy
Physiology
Organ System
Cariovascular/Circulatory System
Structure
Function
A group of organs working together to farry out a particular…
Function: carries oxygen, hormones, and nutrients to the cell…
Anatomy
Structure
Physiology
Function
184 terms
Biology-Human Anatomy
What are the levels of organization le…
What does structure mean?
What does function mean?
What are the four types of tissues spe…
cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, individual
what is it
what does it do
connective, muscle, nervous, epithelial
What are the levels of organization le…
cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, individual
What does structure mean?
what is it
Biology - Human Anatomy
What is anatomy?
What is physiology?
What are atoms?
What are molecules?
The structure of the body and its parts, form, and how they a…
It has to do with the functions of different body parts, what…
Microscopic particles, chemicals, which is the simplest level.
Two or more atoms.
What is anatomy?
The structure of the body and its parts, form, and how they a…
What is physiology?
It has to do with the functions of different body parts, what…
92 terms
Biology: Human Anatomy and Physiology
the tissue that line the interior and…
connective tussle include fat cells, _…
the brain, ____ , and nerves are made…
voluntary and involuntary movements ar…
epithelial
bone
spinal cord
muscle
the tissue that line the interior and…
epithelial
connective tussle include fat cells, _…
bone
118 terms
Biology: Human Anatomy and Physiology
epithelial
nervous tissue
muscle
connective
____ tissue: covering of either inside or outside body; strat…
type of tissue that carries out signal transmission
____ tissue: carries out movement
____ tissue: various function; includes adipose tissue, carti…
epithelial
____ tissue: covering of either inside or outside body; strat…
nervous tissue
type of tissue that carries out signal transmission
36 terms
Human Biology: The Language of Anatomy
Anatomical Position
Inferior
Superior
Anterior
-body is erect... -hands according to the positioned body... -palms…
-below... -for a dog, the stomach is inferior (but ventral)
-above... -for a dog, the back is superior (but dorsal)
-ventral (belly)... -in front
Anatomical Position
-body is erect... -hands according to the positioned body... -palms…
Inferior
-below... -for a dog, the stomach is inferior (but ventral)
48 terms
BIOL 101 Human Anatomy - Axial Skeleton and Bony Landmarks
Frontal bone
Parietal bone
Temporal bone
Temporal bone
Name this bone.
Name this bone.
Name this bone.
Name this bone.
Frontal bone
Name this bone.
Parietal bone
Name this bone.
102 terms
Biology: Human Anatomy and Physiology
Anterior (ventral)
Posterior (dorsal)
Superior
Inferior
toward the front
toward the back
upward toward the head
downward toward the feet
Anterior (ventral)
toward the front
Posterior (dorsal)
toward the back
Human Biology: Muscle Anatomy
Fascia
Epimysium
Perimysium
Endomysium
Fibrous connective tissue that surrounds each muscle.
Layer of connective tissue found under the fascia.
Layer of connective tissue that is found in the inner muscle…
Connective tissue that surrounds the muscle fibers.
Fascia
Fibrous connective tissue that surrounds each muscle.
Epimysium
Layer of connective tissue found under the fascia.
21 terms
Biology Human Anatomy (FINAL)
Body system organization
Function of the heart
Structure of heart
vein
cell->tissue->organ->organ system
big toe -> vena cava -> right atrium -> AV Valve -> right ven…
See book/tests/guides
large blood vessel that carries blood to the heart
Body system organization
cell->tissue->organ->organ system
Function of the heart
big toe -> vena cava -> right atrium -> AV Valve -> right ven…
64 terms
Biology Human Anatomy
Heart
Blood
Bone
Cartilage
Found in the Cardiovascular/Circulatory and it pumps blood ar…
Found in the Cardiovascular/Circulatory. It is a connective t…
Found in Skeletal System, and are made of mineralized tissue…
Found in Skeletal System, and reduces bone friction and absor…
Heart
Found in the Cardiovascular/Circulatory and it pumps blood ar…
Blood
Found in the Cardiovascular/Circulatory. It is a connective t…
63 terms
Biology: Human Anatomy
Anterior (ventral)
Posterior (dorsal)
Superior (cephalic)
Inferior (caudal)
Toward the front or abdominal surface of the body.
Toward the back of the body.
Toward the head.
Away from the head.
Anterior (ventral)
Toward the front or abdominal surface of the body.
Posterior (dorsal)
Toward the back of the body.
12 terms
Biology/Unit11/HumanAnatomy
the ____________ breaks down food by m…
chemicals breakdown of starch into glu…
____________ is a ball of food
the ____________ is also known as the…
mouth
saliva
bolus
pharynx
the ____________ breaks down food by m…
mouth
chemicals breakdown of starch into glu…
saliva
Biology: Human Anatomy
cell
tissue
organ
organ system
smallest living unit
a group of cells working together
a group of tissues working together
a group of organs working together
cell
smallest living unit
tissue
a group of cells working together
Biology Human Anatomy and Physiology
Mouth
Small intestine
Liver
Alveoli
where digestion begins
digestive organ in which most chemical digestion takes place
organ that makes bile to break down fats; also filters poison…
Tiny sacs of lung tissue specialized for the movement of gase…
Mouth
where digestion begins
Small intestine
digestive organ in which most chemical digestion takes place
Biology 1 Human Anatomy
anatomy
physiology
histology
tissue
study of the shape and structure of an organism and its parts
study of the function of living organisms and their parts
the microscopic study of tissues
a group of similar cells that work together to perform a simi…
anatomy
study of the shape and structure of an organism and its parts
physiology
study of the function of living organisms and their parts
biology human anatomy
Sagittal plane
Frontal plane
Transverse plane
Superior
divides body into left and right halves
divides body into front and back halves
divides the body into top and bottom halves
toward the head
Sagittal plane
divides body into left and right halves
Frontal plane
divides body into front and back halves
54 terms
Human Biology: Comparative Anatomy
Parthenogenesis
Asexual Reproduction
Sexual Reproduction
Hermaphordite
reproduction from an ovum without fertilization, especially a…
the process in which a single parent reproduces by itself
the production of new living organisms by combining genetic i…
an individual that has both male and female reproductive parts
Parthenogenesis
reproduction from an ovum without fertilization, especially a…
Asexual Reproduction
the process in which a single parent reproduces by itself
44 terms
Biology Human Anatomy
Circulatory System
Arteries
Capillaries
Plasma
transports nutrients, transports oxygen to cells and carbon d…
carries blood away from the heart
tiny blood vessels that allow for exchange of gases, nutrient…
liquid portion of blood, 90% water, 10% solutes
Circulatory System
transports nutrients, transports oxygen to cells and carbon d…
Arteries
carries blood away from the heart
72 terms
Bio 101 Human Anatomy Chp 1
Anatomy
Physiology
Form relates to...
Cytology
science wherein one studies an organism's structure or FORM E…
The study of functions or processes of organisms. Ex. the met…
Function
examining structure of cells "cyto" means cell
Anatomy
science wherein one studies an organism's structure or FORM E…
Physiology
The study of functions or processes of organisms. Ex. the met…
Biology HR and Human Anatomy
Red Blood Cells
White Blood Cells
Platelets
Plasma
Contain Hemoglobin qnd carries oxygen to body
Immune System Cells- Protect body against infectious disease…
Stop bleeding by clumping and clotting
Maintain blood pressure and temperature as well as carries ga…
Red Blood Cells
Contain Hemoglobin qnd carries oxygen to body
White Blood Cells
Immune System Cells- Protect body against infectious disease…
BIOLOGY HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY
Anatomy
Physiology
Gross or macroscopic anatomy
Regional anatomy
scientific discipline that investigates the body's structures…
scientific investigation of the processes or functions of liv…
structures examined without a microscope
studies all structures in a particular area of the body
Anatomy
scientific discipline that investigates the body's structures…
Physiology
scientific investigation of the processes or functions of liv…
46 terms
Human Biology Anatomy Terms
Acrominal
Axillary
Brachial
Antecubital
Shoulder
Arm pit
Bicep
Where arm bends
Acrominal
Shoulder
Axillary
Arm pit
49 terms
Human Biology Anatomy
Frontal
Orbital
Buccal
Mental
Forehead
eye
Cheek
Chin
Frontal
Forehead
Orbital
eye
29 terms
Biology 101- Human Reproduction I
Reproduction
Asexual reproduction
Budding
Fission
The creation of new individuals from existing ones
- Creation of genetically identical offspring by a lone paren…
Outgrowth and eventually splitting off of a new individual
Separation of a parent into two or more offspring of about eq…
Reproduction
The creation of new individuals from existing ones
Asexual reproduction
- Creation of genetically identical offspring by a lone paren…
Biology human Anatomy vocabulary
Vertebral
Rostral
Medial
Lateral
Spinal Column
Toward the nose
Towards the midline of the body
Away from the midline of the body
Vertebral
Spinal Column
Rostral
Toward the nose
54 terms
Biology Basic Human Anatomy Notes
Function of Circulatory System
Components of Circulatory System
1) Heart
2) Blood Vessels
-transports O2 and nutrients... -removes wastes (CO2)
1) Heart... 2) Blood Vessels... 3) Blood
pumps blood
carry blood
Function of Circulatory System
-transports O2 and nutrients... -removes wastes (CO2)
Components of Circulatory System
1) Heart... 2) Blood Vessels... 3) Blood
13 terms
Human Biology- Anatomy & Physiology
Anatomy
Physiology
Atoms
Cells
the study of the structure and shape of the body and its part…
the study of how the body and its parts work or function
tiny building blocks of matter which combine to form molecule…
the smallest units of all living things
Anatomy
the study of the structure and shape of the body and its part…
Physiology
the study of how the body and its parts work or function
39 terms
Biology: Human Anatomy
What is homeostasis?
What are the goals of the circulatory…
What do arteries do?
What are capillaries?
keeping things constant
transport nutriments, transport O2 to cells and CO2 away from…
carry blood away from the heart
tim blood vessels that allow for exchange of gases, nutrients…
What is homeostasis?
keeping things constant
What are the goals of the circulatory…
transport nutriments, transport O2 to cells and CO2 away from…
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