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HAP FINAL
Anatomy
Physiology
Levels of organization in a living thing
Homeostasis
Structure/internal workings
Functions and parts
Cell, tissue, organ, organ system, organism
State of equilibrum maintained by self regulating processes
Anatomy
Structure/internal workings
Physiology
Functions and parts
100 terms
HAP Midterm
Physiology
Metabolism refers to:
Anatomy
A somatotype characterized by having a…
study of body functions. How the parts work
complex, intertwining set of chemical processes by which life…
the study of the body structure
mesomorph
Physiology
study of body functions. How the parts work
Metabolism refers to:
complex, intertwining set of chemical processes by which life…
HAP final
systole
diastole
SA node
EKG
heart contraction
heart relaxtion
generates rhythmic impulses for the heart
traces the flow of the current through the heart
systole
heart contraction
diastole
heart relaxtion
15 terms
HAP test 2
psoas major & lliacus
gluteus maximums
gluteus medius & gluteus minimus
adductor longus
flexes the thigh
extends the leg at the hip
abducts and rotates the thigh medially
adducts, flexes, and rotates the thigh laterally
psoas major & lliacus
flexes the thigh
gluteus maximums
extends the leg at the hip
37 terms
HAP Quiz 1
a-, an-
ab-
ac-
-aceus, -aceous
No; Lacking, none
away fro; out from
to, toward
of or pertaining to
a-, an-
No; Lacking, none
ab-
away fro; out from
Ch. 4 HAP
Simple Squamous
Simple Cuboidal
Simple Columnar
Pseudostratified Columnar
TYPE: epithelium... DESCRIPTION: single layer of flattened cells…
TYPE: epithelium... DESCRIPTION: single layer of cubelike cells…
TYPE: epithelium... DESCRIPTION: single layer of tall cells with…
TYPE: epithelium... DESCRIPTION: single layer of cells of differ…
Simple Squamous
TYPE: epithelium... DESCRIPTION: single layer of flattened cells…
Simple Cuboidal
TYPE: epithelium... DESCRIPTION: single layer of cubelike cells…
23 terms
hap quiz
corner
main portion of bone
rounded articular projection
narrow ridge of bone, usually prominent
angle
body
condyle
crest
corner
angle
main portion of bone
body
57 terms
HAP Exam
Division of the PNS
External
Satellite
Potassium
The somatic nervous system is part of the _______
Which receptor provides information about pressure sensations?
Which cell covers every axon outside the CNS?
At the normal resting potential of -70mV, which ions are ejec…
Division of the PNS
The somatic nervous system is part of the _______
External
Which receptor provides information about pressure sensations?
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…
22 terms
HAP QUIZ
Gluteus Maximus
Gluteus Minimus
Gluteus Medius
Biceps Femoris
Major Extensor of thigh, Laterally rotates and abducts thigh
same as gluteus medius
abducts and medially rotates thigh, steadies pelvis, walking
Extends thigh and flexes knee. Laterally rotates leg
Gluteus Maximus
Major Extensor of thigh, Laterally rotates and abducts thigh
Gluteus Minimus
same as gluteus medius
69 terms
HAP Exam
physiology
D. studying how the nerves conduct ele…
chemical level-cellular level-tissue l…
atoms
The study of the function of the body and body parts is calle…
Which of the following activities does NOT represent an anato…
The correct sequence, going from simplest to most complex, in…
The building blocks of all matter are known as ____
physiology
The study of the function of the body and body parts is calle…
D. studying how the nerves conduct ele…
Which of the following activities does NOT represent an anato…
HAP Midterm
what does ventral mean?
what does dorsal mean?
what does medial mean?
what does lateral mean?
anterior and larger closed bodies, subdivisions thoracic cavi…
protects nervous system, subdivisions, cranial activity, and…
toward or at the midline of the body
away from the midline
what does ventral mean?
anterior and larger closed bodies, subdivisions thoracic cavi…
what does dorsal mean?
protects nervous system, subdivisions, cranial activity, and…
17 terms
HAP Midterm
deep (closer to center)
anterior(closer to front)
inferior(Further down)
proximal(closer to the center of arm o…
Superficial(further away to center)
posterior(closer to back)
superior(further up)
distal(further away from center of arm or leg)
deep (closer to center)
Superficial(further away to center)
anterior(closer to front)
posterior(closer to back)
HAP Quiz
Everything you see, hear, smell, touch…
What are microscopic nerve cells that…
The largest part of the human brain
Column of nerves from brain to tailbone
In the cerebral cortex
Neurons
Cerebrum
Spinal cord
Everything you see, hear, smell, touch…
In the cerebral cortex
What are microscopic nerve cells that…
Neurons
HAP MIDTERM
Which of the following is the simplest…
Which of the following is true of nega…
Which of the following is the proper d…
In a homeostatic control mechanism, wh…
Chemical
The output shuts off the original stimulus or reduces its int…
The body is erect with feet slightly apart, and palms face fo…
receptor
Which of the following is the simplest…
Chemical
Which of the following is true of nega…
The output shuts off the original stimulus or reduces its int…
HAP Functions
mandibular fossa of temporal bone and…
nasal conchae
sells turcica
internal auditory meatus
makes up TMJ (temporal mandibular joint): muscles become tigh…
helps add tonal quality to speech
hold and protects the pituitary gland
houses nerves for hearing
mandibular fossa of temporal bone and…
makes up TMJ (temporal mandibular joint): muscles become tigh…
nasal conchae
helps add tonal quality to speech
HAP Chapter 1
Cranium
Cephalon
Oris
Mentis
Skull
head
Mouth
Chin
Cranium
Skull
Cephalon
head
99 terms
HAP Blood
Tissue type of blood
Blood comprise what percentage of body…
What proportion of the blood is plasma…
3 Main functions of blood
Connective tissue made of cells and cell fragments surrounded…
7-8% ; 4-6L
55% plasma; 45% formed elements?
1) Transport... 2) Regulation... 3)Protection
Tissue type of blood
Connective tissue made of cells and cell fragments surrounded…
Blood comprise what percentage of body…
7-8% ; 4-6L
30 terms
HAP Vocab quiz 1
Antecubital
Buccal
Occipital
Olecranel/cubital
Front of elbow
Cheek
Back of head, base of skull
Back of elbow
Antecubital
Front of elbow
Buccal
Cheek
HAP Ch 1
Endocrine system
Digestive system
Integumentary system
Respiratory system
Includes all glands, thymus, testes, pineal body, ovaries
Includes mouth, esophagus, stomach, pancreas, liver, small/la…
Skin, hair, nails, oil/sweat glands
Lungs, trachea
Endocrine system
Includes all glands, thymus, testes, pineal body, ovaries
Digestive system
Includes mouth, esophagus, stomach, pancreas, liver, small/la…
HAP pre/suf: Integument (Ch 6)
alb-
cut-
derm-
epi-
white; albinism-lack of pigment in skin, hair and eyes
skin; subcutaneous-beneath the skin
skin; dermis-inner layer of skin
upon, after, in addition; epidermis- outer layer of the skin
alb-
white; albinism-lack of pigment in skin, hair and eyes
cut-
skin; subcutaneous-beneath the skin
HAP terminology quiz 3
leak ion channel
ligand-gated channel
voltage gated channel
graded potential
randomly alternate between open and closed positions (sodium…
opens and closes in response to the binding of a ligand stimu…
opens in response to a change in membrane potential (voltage)…
small deviation from the resting membrane potential that make…
leak ion channel
randomly alternate between open and closed positions (sodium…
ligand-gated channel
opens and closes in response to the binding of a ligand stimu…
HAP QUIZ 3
Survival needs
NOWTAP
Necessary life functions
3M2RDEG
NOWTAP
Nutrients... Oxygen... Water... Temperature... Atmospheric pressure
3M2RDEG
Maintaining boundaries... Movement... Metabolism ... Responsiveness... Re…
Survival needs
NOWTAP
NOWTAP
Nutrients... Oxygen... Water... Temperature... Atmospheric pressure
HAP Exam Study Guide
cations
covalent/polar
negative
positive
negatively charged atom
types of bonds between atoms of water
electrons
protons
cations
negatively charged atom
covalent/polar
types of bonds between atoms of water
131 terms
HAP Test 3 Muscles
conscious control over muscle like wal…
voluntary muscles are
automatic functions unconscious contro…
involuntary muscles are
voluntary
skeletal muscles
involuntary
smooth cardiac muscles
conscious control over muscle like wal…
voluntary
voluntary muscles are
skeletal muscles
188 terms
HAP test 1
Pericardium
parietal pericardium
Visceral pericardium (epicardium)
paricardial cavity
double walled sac that encloses the heart
outer wall of heart
inner wall of heart
space between pericardium
Pericardium
double walled sac that encloses the heart
parietal pericardium
outer wall of heart
28 terms
HAP Quiz 3
Homeostasis
Positive feedback
Negative feedback
Afferent
describes the body's ability to maintain relatively stable in…
A change that occurs, proceeds in the same direction.... -rarely…
The most common homeostatic control mechanism. The net effect…
Carrying to or towards center... Ex: afferent sensory nerve=cont…
Homeostasis
describes the body's ability to maintain relatively stable in…
Positive feedback
A change that occurs, proceeds in the same direction.... -rarely…
HAP Test 1
Sagittal
Transverse
Frontal(coronal)
Superior(cranial)
left/right portions
top/bottom portions
front/back portions
above
Sagittal
left/right portions
Transverse
top/bottom portions
HAP: Bone??
mandibular fossa of temporal
bone and mandibular condyle
nasal conchae
sella turcia
forms part of TMJ
forms part of TMJ
helps add tonal quality to speech
holds and protects the pituitary (saddle thingy)
mandibular fossa of temporal
forms part of TMJ
bone and mandibular condyle
forms part of TMJ
HAP Chapter 4
tissue
histology
avascular
function of epithelial tissue
collection of specialized cells and cell products performing…
study of tissues
no blood vessels
physical protection
tissue
collection of specialized cells and cell products performing…
histology
study of tissues
67 terms
HAP Skeletal
Axial skeleton
Appendicular skeleton
Name the five main functions of he ske…
Name the four main classifications of…
Forms the central supporting (longitudinal) axis of the skele…
Bones of the limbs and limb girdles that are attached to the…
1. Support... 2. Protection... 3. Movement... 4. Storage... 5. Blood cell…
1. Long... 2. Short... 3. Irregular... 4. Flat bones
Axial skeleton
Forms the central supporting (longitudinal) axis of the skele…
Appendicular skeleton
Bones of the limbs and limb girdles that are attached to the…
87 terms
Midterm HAP Exam
Cations
Covalent bond
Electrons
Protons
An ion or group of ions having a positive charge and characte…
A chemical bond that involves the sharing of electron pairs b…
Negative charged atoms
Positive charged atoms
Cations
An ion or group of ions having a positive charge and characte…
Covalent bond
A chemical bond that involves the sharing of electron pairs b…
76 terms
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
50 terms
HAP1 Questions
What are the three layers of the heart
Which body system contains the skin or…
One function of Lysosomes leeds to:
What is the name for the muscle upon w…
Pericardium - Outer layer... Myocadium - Muscles inside... Endocadi…
Integumentry
Demolition
Gluteus maximus
What are the three layers of the heart
Pericardium - Outer layer... Myocadium - Muscles inside... Endocadi…
Which body system contains the skin or…
Integumentry
HAP Chapter 3
cell membrane
centrioles
cytoskeleton
DNA
plasma membrane that separates cytoplasm from extracellular f…
cell division in animals/humans
internal protein framework
23 pairs in humans, bound to histone proteins
cell membrane
plasma membrane that separates cytoplasm from extracellular f…
centrioles
cell division in animals/humans
22 terms
HAP Intergumentary
Cleavage Lines
Dermal Papillae
Striae
Medulla
Natural orientation of dermis fibers
Bumps under Epidermis, form finger prints
Lines & ridges occurring on the tension lines
Inner most section of the hair
Cleavage Lines
Natural orientation of dermis fibers
Dermal Papillae
Bumps under Epidermis, form finger prints
HAP WordPart 1
A-
An
Non
Ab-
Without, Not
Without, Not
Not
Away
A-
Without, Not
An
Without, Not
20 terms
HAP Chpt 4 Vocab
Basment membrane
Blood
Bone
Cartilage
Lies between epithelium and underlying connective tissues; ho…
Connective tissue that contains collections of cells in fluid…
Osseous tissue ; matrix is hard calcium compounds and flexibl…
Matrix; firm gel containing embedded fibers
Basment membrane
Lies between epithelium and underlying connective tissues; ho…
Blood
Connective tissue that contains collections of cells in fluid…
22 terms
HAP Chpt 3 Vocab
Active transport
Cells
Chromosomes
Cytoplasm
High energy ATP provides energy needed to move ions or molecu…
Building blocks of human body
Contains DNA
Cell contents
Active transport
High energy ATP provides energy needed to move ions or molecu…
Cells
Building blocks of human body
27 terms
HAP Tissues
Mammal Fibrocartilage
Elastic Cartilage
Ovary
Aerolar
Mammal Fibrocartilage
Elastic Cartilage
HAP ch 8 vocab
ACL
Arthroscopy
Glucosamine/Chondrotitin
Hamstring muscles
the ligament that connects the tibia to femur. Limits rotatio…
minimally invasive surgery to repair or remove soft tissues o…
supplements used for joint pain and restoring cartilage
muscles in the back of the thigh
ACL
the ligament that connects the tibia to femur. Limits rotatio…
Arthroscopy
minimally invasive surgery to repair or remove soft tissues o…
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
12 terms
HAP - Joints
Synarthrosis Joint
Amphiarthrosis Joints
Diathrosis Joints
Fibrous Joints
Non movable joint, teeth, Functional Class
Slightly movable, vertebrae, Functional Class
Freely movable, shoulder, Functional Class
Dense Connective Tissue, little/no movement, 3 types, Structu…
Synarthrosis Joint
Non movable joint, teeth, Functional Class
Amphiarthrosis Joints
Slightly movable, vertebrae, Functional Class
HAP terminology quiz 1
palpation
auscultation
catabolism
anabolism
the process of using ones hand while examining the body
the action of listening to body sounds with a stethoscope for…
the break down of complex substances to simpler components
building up of complex substances from simpler components
palpation
the process of using ones hand while examining the body
auscultation
the action of listening to body sounds with a stethoscope for…
35 terms
HAP ch.5
Precise movements
Motor unit
How to move larger spaces
What happens when a muscle relaxes?
Having low muscles cells per motor unit
Motor neuron plus all of the muscle cells it stimulus
Motor units in which a single neuron is connected to a large…
ASYNCHRONOUS Motor units contract
Precise movements
Having low muscles cells per motor unit
Motor unit
Motor neuron plus all of the muscle cells it stimulus
57 terms
HAP Integumentary
Layers of the skin
Cell type of the epidermis
In healthy skin, all five layers of th…
The stata of the epidermis (From outer…
Epidermis, Dermis and Hypodermis (aka subcutaneous layer)
Stratified squamous. Keratinocytes. Avascular
25-40 days
Corneum, Lucidum, Granulosum, Spinosum, Basale
Layers of the skin
Epidermis, Dermis and Hypodermis (aka subcutaneous layer)
Cell type of the epidermis
Stratified squamous. Keratinocytes. Avascular
53 terms
HAP Terminology Quiz 2
demineralization
osteopenia
osteosarcoma
orthopedics
the loss of calcium and other minerals from bone extracellula…
reduced bone mass due to a decrease in the rate of bone synth…
bone cancer that affects osteoblasts
branch of medical science concerned with the prevention or co…
demineralization
the loss of calcium and other minerals from bone extracellula…
osteopenia
reduced bone mass due to a decrease in the rate of bone synth…
32 terms
HAP Chpt 2 Vocab
Atom
Buffer
Carbohydrate
Covalent bond
Smallest,stable unit of matter
Compounds that stabilize pH by removing or replacing hydrogen…
An organic molecule that contains carbon, hydrogen, and oxyge…
When sharing electrons w other atoms
Atom
Smallest,stable unit of matter
Buffer
Compounds that stabilize pH by removing or replacing hydrogen…
22 terms
HAP Chpt 6 vocab
Amphiarthrosis
Appendicular skeleton
Articulation
Axial skeleton
Slightly movable joint
Includes bones of limbs and pectoral and pelvic girdles
Joints; exist where 2 bones meet
Forms longitude axis of body; skull, dorsal, ventral
Amphiarthrosis
Slightly movable joint
Appendicular skeleton
Includes bones of limbs and pectoral and pelvic girdles
37 terms
HAP Muscles
Occipitofrontalis
Orbicularis oculi
Orbicularis oris
Buccinator
Origin: epicranial aponeurosis... Insertion: skin of eyebrow and…
Origin: medial aspect of boney orbit... Insertion: skin around e…
Origin: maxillary bone; mandible... Insertion: lips... Action: clos…
Origin: maxillary bone; mandible... Insertion: blends with fiber…
Occipitofrontalis
Origin: epicranial aponeurosis... Insertion: skin of eyebrow and…
Orbicularis oculi
Origin: medial aspect of boney orbit... Insertion: skin around e…
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