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HAP Chapter 13
respiratory epithelium
goblet cells
nasal conchae
epiglottis
lines the airways of conducting zones (pseudostratified cilia…
between the ciliated epithelial cells, produce mucus, warms a…
covered by mucosa, create turbulence in inhaled air to increa…
a leaf of flexible elastic cartilage that extends upward from…
respiratory epithelium
lines the airways of conducting zones (pseudostratified cilia…
goblet cells
between the ciliated epithelial cells, produce mucus, warms a…
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HAP- Chapter 13 Respiratory System
Carbon dioxide
Respiratory and cardiovascular systems
Respiratory system
The lungs
is a waste product produce during cellular respiration
work together to bring in oxygen and get rid of carbon dioxide
includes the nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, and lun…
3 right lobes superior, middle, and inferior & 2 left lobes s…
Carbon dioxide
is a waste product produce during cellular respiration
Respiratory and cardiovascular systems
work together to bring in oxygen and get rid of carbon dioxide
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HAP Ch 13: Cardiovascular System
aorta
aortic valve
arteries
arterioles
major systematic artery that receives blood from the left ven…
flap-like structures in the wall of the aorta near its origin…
blood vessels that transport blood away from the heart
small branches of an artery that communicate with a capillary…
aorta
major systematic artery that receives blood from the left ven…
aortic valve
flap-like structures in the wall of the aorta near its origin…
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chapter 13 HAP 310
financial condition
Financial condition assessment
Financial statement analysis
Operating analysis
most important factor leading to mission success
attempts to answer this question: Does the business have the…
focuses on the information in a business's financial statemen…
focuses on operating data with the goal of explaining financi…
financial condition
most important factor leading to mission success
Financial condition assessment
attempts to answer this question: Does the business have the…
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CHAPTER 13 HAP
Function of the spinal cord?
How do spinal nerves enter/ exit spina…
What are 3 layers of the spinal nerve?
What is a reflex?
Send messages from brain to body; coordinates reflexes
enter= dorsal root exit= ventral root
epineurium- outermost, perineurium- around each fascicle, end…
Rapid involuntary response triggered by a specific stimuli
Function of the spinal cord?
Send messages from brain to body; coordinates reflexes
How do spinal nerves enter/ exit spina…
enter= dorsal root exit= ventral root
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*HAP:Chapter 13-13.1
Pineal Gland... (sleep/wake)
Pituitary Gland... (anterior/Posterior)
Anterior
Anterior pituitary gland could go unde…
-controls human body clock for sleep and awake... -female reprod…
-It is called the master gland because it produces hormones t…
-secrete influence growth, sexual development, skin pigmentat…
CAUSES: underfunction: retardation... overfunction: acromegaly i…
Pineal Gland... (sleep/wake)
-controls human body clock for sleep and awake... -female reprod…
Pituitary Gland... (anterior/Posterior)
-It is called the master gland because it produces hormones t…
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HAP Chapter 11
thyroid gland
what are the 3 hormones in the thyroid…
thyroxine (thyroid gland)
triodothyronine (thyroid gland)
vascular and has two large lobes
thyroxine... triodothyronine... calcitonin
increases the rate of energy release from carbohydrates ... incr…
same as thyroxine but five times more potent ... source of contr…
thyroid gland
vascular and has two large lobes
what are the 3 hormones in the thyroid…
thyroxine... triodothyronine... calcitonin
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HAP Chapter 13 Cardiovascular System test
toadstools
nightshade
nicotine
trauma shock
mushrooms that are poisonous; typically do not exist; contain…
very common; toxic (weed) flower; secretes atropine; inhibits…
blood vessels constrict, BP rises; systolic goes up 19, and d…
lose fluid to tissue (crushed)
toadstools
mushrooms that are poisonous; typically do not exist; contain…
nightshade
very common; toxic (weed) flower; secretes atropine; inhibits…
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HAP Chapter 13 - The Cardiovascular System: Blood Vessels and Circulation
anastomosis
arteriole
arteries
blood pressure
the joining of two tubes, usually referring to a connection b…
a small arterial branch that delivers blood to a capillary ne…
Blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart and toward…
the force exerted against the vascular walls by the blood, as…
anastomosis
the joining of two tubes, usually referring to a connection b…
arteriole
a small arterial branch that delivers blood to a capillary ne…
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HAP101 - Chapter 13: The spinal cord and spinal Nerves
Spinal cord
Vertebral column
Meninges
Spinal meninges
100 million neurons and even more neuroglia compose the
Spinal cord is located within the
Three protective, connective tissue coverings that encircle t…
Meninges surrounding the spinal cord
Spinal cord
100 million neurons and even more neuroglia compose the
Vertebral column
Spinal cord is located within the
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HAP CH 13
What are the layers of the heart (oute…
What does the epicardium consist of?
What does epicardium do?
What does the myocardium consist of?
Pericardium, epicardium, myocardium, endocardium
Connective tissue under epithelium
Protects the heart by reducing friction
Cardiac muscle
What are the layers of the heart (oute…
Pericardium, epicardium, myocardium, endocardium
What does the epicardium consist of?
Connective tissue under epithelium
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Chapter 2- Hap
organic compounds
carbohydrates
monosaccharides
disaccharides
contain carbon
group of molecules that includes sugars and starches, represe…
aka simple sugars; single-chain or single-ring structures con…
double sugar; formed when two monosaccharides are joined by d…
organic compounds
contain carbon
carbohydrates
group of molecules that includes sugars and starches, represe…
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HAP Chapter 3
Simple Cuboidal
Simple Cuboidal
Stratified Squamous
Stratified Squamous
Simple Cuboidal
Simple Cuboidal
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HAP Chapter One-Terms
OTIC
Frontal
Oral
Buccal
EAR
Forehead
Mouth
Cheek
OTIC
EAR
Frontal
Forehead
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HAP-Chapter 7
Central nervous system
Peripheral nervous system
Neurons
Axon terminal
Nervous system subdivision that is composed of the brain and…
A major subdivision of the nervous system that serves as comm…
Demonstrate irritability and conductivity, and thus transmit…
Releases neurotransmitters.
Central nervous system
Nervous system subdivision that is composed of the brain and…
Peripheral nervous system
A major subdivision of the nervous system that serves as comm…
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HAP Chapter 1
Anatomy
Gross Anatomy
Microscopic Anatomy
Psychiology
Study of the structure and shape of the body and its parts an…
Studying large, easily observable structures
Study of body structures that are too small to see with the n…
Study of how the body and its parts work or function.
Anatomy
Study of the structure and shape of the body and its parts an…
Gross Anatomy
Studying large, easily observable structures
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Chapter 1 HAP Vocab
Cytology
Physiology
Histology
Metabolism
Study of cells
Study of functions
Study of tissues
Chemical reactions that provide energy in the body
Cytology
Study of cells
Physiology
Study of functions
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HAP-Chapter 5
amphiarthrosis
appendicular skeleton
arthritis
articulations (joints)
A slightly movable joint
Bones of the limbs and limb girdles that are attached to the…
Inflammation of a joint
Joints; points where two bones meet.
amphiarthrosis
A slightly movable joint
appendicular skeleton
Bones of the limbs and limb girdles that are attached to the…
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HAP Chapter 9 Part 1
frontal lobe
temporal lobe
brainstem
occipital lobe
judgement; foresight; voluntary movement
intellectual and emotional functions
vital functions
primary visual center
frontal lobe
judgement; foresight; voluntary movement
temporal lobe
intellectual and emotional functions
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Ch 13 Clinical Terms HAP
Anastomosis
Angiospasm
Arteriography
Asystole
Connection between two blood vessels, sometimes produced surg…
Muscular spasm in the wall of a blood vessel
Injection of radiopaque solution into the vascular system for…
Condition in which the myocardium fails to contract
Anastomosis
Connection between two blood vessels, sometimes produced surg…
Angiospasm
Muscular spasm in the wall of a blood vessel
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HAP Chapter 1 - vocab & concepts
Superior (cranial or cephalad)
Inferior (caudal)
Anterior (ventral)
Posterior (dorsal)
toward the head end or upper part of a structure or the body;…
away from the head end or toward the lower part of a structur…
toward or at the front of the body; in front of... ex. The brea…
Toward or at the back of the body; behind... ex. The heart is __…
Superior (cranial or cephalad)
toward the head end or upper part of a structure or the body;…
Inferior (caudal)
away from the head end or toward the lower part of a structur…
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HAP Chapter 9 Test 2
where are the primary motor areas of t…
what does the motor speech area (broca…
describe the concept of hemispheric do…
in more than ___ % of the population,…
band of frontal lobes (headband of brain)
coordinates complex muscular actions; makes speech possible
to carry out basic functions and specialize in nonverbal func…
90; left
where are the primary motor areas of t…
band of frontal lobes (headband of brain)
what does the motor speech area (broca…
coordinates complex muscular actions; makes speech possible
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HAP - Chapter 3 Tissues
Simple Squamous
Simple Cuboidal
Simple Columnar Epithelium
Pseudo-stratified Columnar
Structure: Single layer, flattened cells, scattered cytoplasm…
Structure: Single layer of cube-shaped cells, large central n…
Structure: Single layer of column-like cells, mucus-secreting…
Structure: single layer of cells at differing heights... Functio…
Simple Squamous
Structure: Single layer, flattened cells, scattered cytoplasm…
Simple Cuboidal
Structure: Single layer of cube-shaped cells, large central n…
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HAP-Chapter 3 part 2
Atrophy
Blood
Bone
Cartilage
a reduction in size or wasting away of an organ or cell resul…
the transport vehicle for the cardiovascular system, carrying…
type of connective tissue; functions to protect and support o…
white, semiopaque connective tissue
Atrophy
a reduction in size or wasting away of an organ or cell resul…
Blood
the transport vehicle for the cardiovascular system, carrying…
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2015 HAP 13
nail
squamous
pelvic girdle
thoracic vertebrae
multi-layered protective structure composed of epithelial cel…
scale-like, flat cells
sacrum and two coxal bones together
segment of vertebral column, middle 12, ribs attached
nail
multi-layered protective structure composed of epithelial cel…
squamous
scale-like, flat cells
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Ch 13 HAP - Digestive System Part 2
Glandular Labule
Acini
Zymogen
Pancreatic Duct
Glandular clusters in an organ
Saclike clusters of exocrine cells
An inactive form of an enzyme
A tube that collects pancreatic exocrine secretions
Glandular Labule
Glandular clusters in an organ
Acini
Saclike clusters of exocrine cells
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HAP Chapter 1
Responsiveness
Growth
Reproduction
Movement
(Irritability) Organisms responding to changes in their envir…
When organisms of any size begin to grow
Organisms reproduce, creating subsequent generations of simil…
The movement of an organism internally (transporting food, bl…
Responsiveness
(Irritability) Organisms responding to changes in their envir…
Growth
When organisms of any size begin to grow
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HAP Chapter 3 Vocab
Cells
Nucleus
Nuclear Membrane
Nuclear Pores
Basic unit of life
A part of the cell containing DNA and RNA and responsible for…
Surrounds the nucleus and controls movement of materials into…
Holes in the nuclear envelope that allow materials to pass in…
Cells
Basic unit of life
Nucleus
A part of the cell containing DNA and RNA and responsible for…
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HAP Chapter 10-Blood
The Circulatory System
Blood
Plasma
Proteins in Blood Plasma
The circulatory system transports oxygen, nutrients, and othe…
A connective tissue with a fluid matrix called plasma in whic…
1. Yellow liquid component of blood in which the blood cells…
albumin (regulates movement of water), globulin (forms part o…
The Circulatory System
The circulatory system transports oxygen, nutrients, and othe…
Blood
A connective tissue with a fluid matrix called plasma in whic…
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Ch 13 Hap - Digestive System Part 1
Digestive Tract
Acccesory Digestive Organs
Esophagus
Stomach
the tubular organs through which food passes
The secretory organs asocciated with the digestive tract
Muscular tube through which food passes from the mouth to the…
Muscualur tube through which food passes from the mouth to th…
Digestive Tract
the tubular organs through which food passes
Acccesory Digestive Organs
The secretory organs asocciated with the digestive tract
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Chapter 1 HAP
sagittal
tranverse
coronal
epigastic
dividing left and right
divide horizontal
divide front and back
above stomach
sagittal
dividing left and right
tranverse
divide horizontal
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HAP chapter 1
homeostasis
tissue
organelle
positive feedback response
the maintenance of a constant internal environment
a group of cells with a common mitotic origin, found at the s…
a subcellular structure dedicated to one or a very small numb…
the regulatory mechanism if, upon accumulation of a substance…
homeostasis
the maintenance of a constant internal environment
tissue
a group of cells with a common mitotic origin, found at the s…
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HAP Chapter 9: Nervous System
action potential
adrenergic fiber
arachnoid mater
ascending tract
the sequence of electrical changes that occurs in a portion o…
axon that secretes norepinephrine at its terminal
delicate, web-like middle layer of meninges
group of nerve fibers in the spinal cord that transmits senso…
action potential
the sequence of electrical changes that occurs in a portion o…
adrenergic fiber
axon that secretes norepinephrine at its terminal
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HAP-chapter 1
Homeostasis
Tissue
Organelle
Positive feedback mechanism
the maintenance of a constant internal environment.
A group of cells with a common mitotic origin, found at the s…
A subcellular structure dedicated to one or a very small numb…
If, upon accumulation of a substance or state, the body respo…
Homeostasis
the maintenance of a constant internal environment.
Tissue
A group of cells with a common mitotic origin, found at the s…
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HAP Chapter 1
Dorsal Cavity
Ventral Cavity
Superior
Inferior
Cranial Cavity Vertebral Canal
Thoracic, Ab-pelvic cavity, abdominal cavity, pelvic, diaphram
body part is above another part or is closer to the head
below body part or close to the feet
Dorsal Cavity
Cranial Cavity Vertebral Canal
Ventral Cavity
Thoracic, Ab-pelvic cavity, abdominal cavity, pelvic, diaphram
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HAP Chapter 3 Review
What is contained in the nucleus of th…
Discuss the structure and function of…
What is the function of proteins found…
What types of cells would contain micr…
DNA
Structure: Double phospholipid layer, hyrophilic heads, hydro…
moves water and ions that wont move through lipid bilayer due…
epithelial cells (lining of hollow organs)
What is contained in the nucleus of th…
DNA
Discuss the structure and function of…
Structure: Double phospholipid layer, hyrophilic heads, hydro…
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HAP Chapter 1
Superior
Inferior
Anterior
Posterior
towards the head
away from the head
towards the front of the body
towards the back of the body
Superior
towards the head
Inferior
away from the head
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HAP Chapter 8 terms
Choroid
Cornea
Fovea
Iris
Inner eye-wall comprised of blood vessels (Sclera counter-par…
Sharpens and focuses the light to be processed with-in the eye.
Sharpens your central vision for focus (found in the back of…
The colored part of the eye that acts as a contracting muscle…
Choroid
Inner eye-wall comprised of blood vessels (Sclera counter-par…
Cornea
Sharpens and focuses the light to be processed with-in the eye.
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HAP: Chapter 1
Gross
Histology
metabolism
Cephalic / Caput / Cranium
study of visible anatomy; muscles, organs, visible structures
study of microscopic anatomy; tissues
all the chemical reactions in the body
head
Gross
study of visible anatomy; muscles, organs, visible structures
Histology
study of microscopic anatomy; tissues
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HAP Chapter 1
Cranium
Cephalon
Oris
Mentis
Skull
head
Mouth
Chin
Cranium
Skull
Cephalon
head
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HAP Chapter 1
Abdominal
acromial
antebrachial
antecubital
anterior body trunk inferior to ribs
point of shoulder
forearm
anterior surface of elbow
Abdominal
anterior body trunk inferior to ribs
acromial
point of shoulder
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Hap chapter 6
Funtions of skeleton
Long bone
Short bone
Flat bone
1.Supporting &protecting soft tissue... 2.protection of brain, s…
Arms and legs
Wrist and ankle
Scull and sternum
Funtions of skeleton
1.Supporting &protecting soft tissue... 2.protection of brain, s…
Long bone
Arms and legs
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Chapter 2- Hap
organic compounds
carbohydrates
monosaccharides
disaccharides
contain carbon
group of molecules that includes sugars and starches, represe…
aka simple sugars; single-chain or single-ring structures con…
double sugar; formed when two monosaccharides are joined by d…
organic compounds
contain carbon
carbohydrates
group of molecules that includes sugars and starches, represe…
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Chapter 1-HAP
dorsal body
cranial cavity
vertebral cavity
ventral body
cavity that protects the fragile nervous system organs, has t…
cavity in the skull, encases the brain
cavity that runs within the bony vertebral column; encloses d…
cavity that has two subdivisions : thoracic and abdominopelvi…
dorsal body
cavity that protects the fragile nervous system organs, has t…
cranial cavity
cavity in the skull, encases the brain
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HAP Lesson 13
protein
amino acids
essential amino acids
complete protein
stuff that your body makes your energy
type of molecules
cells that make the protein
found in eggs, milk products, and meat
protein
stuff that your body makes your energy
amino acids
type of molecules
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HAP-Chapter 7 part b
Somatic nervous system
Autonomic nervous system
Neuroglia
Neurons
Subdivision of the PNS that controls voluntary activities suc…
Subdivision of the PNS that regulates the activity of the car…
Cells that support, insulate, and protect neurons. These cell…
Cells that transmit electrical message from one area of the b…
Somatic nervous system
Subdivision of the PNS that controls voluntary activities suc…
Autonomic nervous system
Subdivision of the PNS that regulates the activity of the car…
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HAP Ch 13 vocab: Cardiovascular System
aorta
aortic valve
arteries
arterioles
major systematic artery that receives blood from the left ven…
flap-like structures in the wall of the aorta near its origin…
blood vessels that transport blood away from the heart
small branches of an artery that communicate with a capillary…
aorta
major systematic artery that receives blood from the left ven…
aortic valve
flap-like structures in the wall of the aorta near its origin…
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HAP: Chapter 7- Nervous System
Central Nervous System
Peripheral Nervous System
Autonomic Nervous System
Somatic Nervous System
(CNS) consists of the brain and spinal cord
A division of the nervous system consisting of all nerves tha…
A subdivision of the peripheral nervous system. Controls invo…
A subdivision of the peripheral nervous system. Enables volun…
Central Nervous System
(CNS) consists of the brain and spinal cord
Peripheral Nervous System
A division of the nervous system consisting of all nerves tha…
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HAP Chapter 2 Biochemistry Review
Define Element.
Which 4 elements make up 96% of the hu…
What is an isotope?
Ionic Bond
unique substances that cannot be broken down into simpler sub…
Oxygen, Carbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogren
structural variation of element, vary in # of neutrons (same…
electrons are completely transferred from one atom to another…
Define Element.
unique substances that cannot be broken down into simpler sub…
Which 4 elements make up 96% of the hu…
Oxygen, Carbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogren
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HAP Tissues: Chapter 5
Covers the Bladder, makes up glands, u…
Functions of the Epithelium
Exchanges gas in lungs, lines blood an…
Lines air sacs (alveoli) and capillaries
Epithelial
Protection, Secretion, Absorption, Excretion, Sensory Reception
Simple squamous
Simple squamous
Covers the Bladder, makes up glands, u…
Epithelial
Functions of the Epithelium
Protection, Secretion, Absorption, Excretion, Sensory Reception
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