How can we help?

You can also find more resources in our Help Center.

Study sets matching "honors anatomy 7"

Study sets
Classes
Users

Study sets matching "honors anatomy 7"

60 terms
Honors Anatomy Ch. 7
What are the subdivisions of the nervo…
What do the cranial nerves do?
olfactory nerve
optic nerve
Central Nervous System... Peripheral Nervous System
carries impulses to and from the brain
Smell
vision
What are the subdivisions of the nervo…
Central Nervous System... Peripheral Nervous System
What do the cranial nerves do?
carries impulses to and from the brain
86 terms
Chapter 7 Honors Anatomy
What are the four parts of a neuron
What are the four main parts of the br…
Parasympatic
Sympatic
cell body, axon, dendrite, myelin sheath
cerebral hemisphere, diencephalon, brain stem, cerebellum
deals with house keeping activities and conserve energy
fight-flight with unusual stimuli
What are the four parts of a neuron
cell body, axon, dendrite, myelin sheath
What are the four main parts of the br…
cerebral hemisphere, diencephalon, brain stem, cerebellum
58 terms
Honors Anatomy Chapter 7
list functions of the skeletal system
5 Types of Bone
Articular Cartillage
Diaphysis
support, movement, protection, stores Ca, P and Adipose CT, b…
Long Bones: longital axis and expanded ends (ulna and radius)…
shock absorbers at joint
bone shaft
list functions of the skeletal system
support, movement, protection, stores Ca, P and Adipose CT, b…
5 Types of Bone
Long Bones: longital axis and expanded ends (ulna and radius)…
52 terms
Honors Anatomy Vocab #7
olf-
oligo-
-oma
omni-
smell
few; little
abnormal condition; tumor
all
olf-
smell
oligo-
few; little
70 terms
Honors Anatomy: Chapter 7
Peripheral Nervous System
Afferent Division
Receptors
Transduction
Consists of nerve fibers that carry information between the C…
Detects, encodes, and transmits peripheral signals to the CNS…
Structures at peripheral endings of afferent neurons, detect…
Convert forms of energy into electrical signals (action poten…
Peripheral Nervous System
Consists of nerve fibers that carry information between the C…
Afferent Division
Detects, encodes, and transmits peripheral signals to the CNS…
56 terms
Chapter 7- Honors Anatomy
Contractibility
Excitability
Extensibility
Elasticity
Skeletal muscles have the ability to shorten in length
Skeletal muscle has the capability to respond to a stimulus
Skeletal muscles can be stretched
Skeletal muscles have the ability to recoil to their original…
Contractibility
Skeletal muscles have the ability to shorten in length
Excitability
Skeletal muscle has the capability to respond to a stimulus
25 terms
Ch. 7 Vocab anatomy honors
aer
an
bi
capus
air
not
two
head
aer
air
an
not
14 terms
Honors Anatomy-chapter 7
List the functions of skeletal system
List the 5 types of bones and be able…
What is the difference between a tendo…
list parts and descriptions of each co…
1. support ... 2. movement ... 3. protection ... 4. storage of Ca, P,…
1. long bones-longitudal axis and expanded ends... ex; ulna and…
tendon-cord of CT that connects is muscle to bone ... ligaments-…
1. articular cartilage-cushions and acts as a shock absorber…
List the functions of skeletal system
1. support ... 2. movement ... 3. protection ... 4. storage of Ca, P,…
List the 5 types of bones and be able…
1. long bones-longitudal axis and expanded ends... ex; ulna and…
20 terms
honors anatomy ch 7 articulations
purpose of joint
joint structurally
functionally fibrous
functionally cartilaginous
to attach/connect bones
-fibrous joints: most in axial region... -cartilaginous joints:…
synathrosis: without movement ... strong fibers do not allow mov…
amphiathrosis: limited movement ... kinda moves ... moves if put un…
purpose of joint
to attach/connect bones
joint structurally
-fibrous joints: most in axial region... -cartilaginous joints:…
13 terms
Honors Anatomy Labs 6 & 7
Pronator teres
Flexor Carpi Radialis
Palmaris longus
Flexor Carpi Ulnaris
Origin: Medial epicondyle of humerus:coracoid process of ulna…
Origin: Medial epicondyle of Humerus... Insertion: Second and th…
Origin: Medial epicondyle of Humerus... Insertion: palmar aponeu…
Origin: Medial epicondyle of humerus: olecranon process of ul…
Pronator teres
Origin: Medial epicondyle of humerus:coracoid process of ulna…
Flexor Carpi Radialis
Origin: Medial epicondyle of Humerus... Insertion: Second and th…
16 terms
Honors Anatomy Slides 1-7 1.1
Anatomy (greek for "to cut apart")
Anatomy is split into two sections cal…
Physiology
Why do we combine Anatomy and Physiolo…
The study of the form or structure of all living things and t…
Gross Anatomy (Large visible body parts) and Microscopic Anat…
The study of how living things work or function
There is a close relationship between how the human body is s…
Anatomy (greek for "to cut apart")
The study of the form or structure of all living things and t…
Anatomy is split into two sections cal…
Gross Anatomy (Large visible body parts) and Microscopic Anat…
10 terms
Ch 5-7 honors anatomy
Integumentary System
Epidermis
Startified squamous tissue
Stratum basale
The cutaneous skin membranes and accessory organs
Outer layer
Makes up the epidermis and lacks blood vessels
Deepest layer of cells near the dermis
Integumentary System
The cutaneous skin membranes and accessory organs
Epidermis
Outer layer
57 terms
Honors Anatomy Chapter 7 Notes
tarsal glands
ciliary glands
conjunctiva
lacrimal glands
secretors of an oily substance; located in the eyelids
modified sweat glands located between the eyelashes
a delicate external membrane that covers the exposed eyeball…
tear secretors; located above the lateral end of each eye
tarsal glands
secretors of an oily substance; located in the eyelids
ciliary glands
modified sweat glands located between the eyelashes
26 terms
Honors Anatomy Test: Chapter 7
tibia
scapula
hand... a. phalanges... b. metacarpals... c. ca…
foot... a. phalanges... b. metatarsals... c. ta…
appendicular... long
appendicular... flat
appendicular... a. long... b. short... c. short
appendicular... a. long... b. short... c. short... d. irregular... e. irregu…
tibia
appendicular... long
scapula
appendicular... flat
309 terms
Honors Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 7
Acetabul-
Ax-
-blast
Carp-
Vinegar Cup (root)
Axis (root)
Bud (root)
Wrist (root)
Acetabul-
Vinegar Cup (root)
Ax-
Axis (root)
52 terms
Honors Anatomy and Physiology Quiz 7
olf-
oligo-
-oma
omni-
smell
few; little
abnormal condition; tumor
all
olf-
smell
oligo-
few; little
52 terms
Quiz #7 Honors Anatomy and Physiology
olf-
oligo-
-oma
omni-
smell
few; little
abnormal condition; tumor
all
olf-
smell
oligo-
few; little
105 terms
Honors Anatomy Chapter 7 Test
The bones of the upper arm are classif…
The patella is classified as a/an ____…
The long shaft of the bone such as the…
The _____ allows a bone to increase it…
long
sesamoid
diaphysis
periosteum
The bones of the upper arm are classif…
long
The patella is classified as a/an ____…
sesamoid
25 terms
Chapter 7 Vocab Anatomy Honors
aer
an
bi
caput
air
not
two
head
aer
air
an
not
46 terms
Honors Anatomy Chapter 7: The Senses
special organ for taste
tiny elevations on the tongue
modified epithelial cells that are sup…
sensitive parts of taste cells
taste buds
papillae
taste cells
taste hairs
special organ for taste
taste buds
tiny elevations on the tongue
papillae
31 terms
Halloran Honors Bio 16-17 - 7 Shark Anatomy
Dogfish
Placoid Scales
Snout
Nostril
A small shark with spines on its dorsal fins
The type of scales covering the skin of cartilaginous fishes;…
The front part of the shark's head
Paired slits on the underside of snout; water flows through t…
Dogfish
A small shark with spines on its dorsal fins
Placoid Scales
The type of scales covering the skin of cartilaginous fishes;…
28 terms
Honors Anatomy Chapter 7 Test
Adductors
Biceps Brachii
Biceps Femoris
Deltoid
A
A
A
A
Adductors
A
Biceps Brachii
A
44 terms
Honors Anatomy: Chapter 7 Test
4 parts of the brain
brain texture
cerebral hemispheres are collectively…
describe brain region
cerebral hemispheres, diencephalon, brain stem, cerebellum
gray tissue
cerebrum
most superior and largest
4 parts of the brain
cerebral hemispheres, diencephalon, brain stem, cerebellum
brain texture
gray tissue
98 terms
Honors Anatomy Chapter 7: Respiratory System
INHALE
Oxygen through heart
Exhale
Nasal Cavity
Air w/ oxygen enters the nasal cavity... Nasopharynx... Oroparynx... L…
Left atrium... Left ventricle... Aortic arch... To the body to deliver…
Blood with CO2 leaves right ventricle and enters pulmonary ar…
(1) ... 2 sides separated by nasal septum (vomer & perp. plate o…
INHALE
Air w/ oxygen enters the nasal cavity... Nasopharynx... Oroparynx... L…
Oxygen through heart
Left atrium... Left ventricle... Aortic arch... To the body to deliver…
59 terms
Honors Anatomy Chapter 6&7 Test
Integumentary System
Cutaneous
Epidemis
Stratum basale
The cutaneous membrane and accesory organs
Skin
Outer layer, made of stratified squamous tissue
Deepest layers of cells near dermis, nourished by blood vessels
Integumentary System
The cutaneous membrane and accesory organs
Cutaneous
Skin
21 terms
Chapter 7 Honors Anatomy Test
Osteocyte
Lacunae
Osteoclasts
Hematopoiesis
bone cell surrounded by matrix
bone chambers that house mature bone cells
large cells that cause the breakdown of osseous tissue, respo…
process of blood cell formation
Osteocyte
bone cell surrounded by matrix
Lacunae
bone chambers that house mature bone cells
22 terms
Honors Anatomy Chapter 7 Test
Osteocyte
Lacunae
Osteoclasts
Osteoblasts
bone cell surrounded by matrix
bone chambers that house mature bone cells
large cells that cause the breakdown of osseous tissue, respo…
cells that form from bone tissue by depositing bony matrix ar…
Osteocyte
bone cell surrounded by matrix
Lacunae
bone chambers that house mature bone cells
30 terms
Honors Anatomy Test Chapter 7
What is the function and location of t…
Explain the relationship between the p…
How is the hyoid bone unique?
Name the various fontanels, give their…
Inferior part of the brain connects with the spinal cord, bas…
If they are not completely developed they form a cleft palate
The only bone that doesn't articulate directly with any other…
...
What is the function and location of t…
Inferior part of the brain connects with the spinal cord, bas…
Explain the relationship between the p…
If they are not completely developed they form a cleft palate
8 terms
Honors Anatomy: Chapter 7 Review
What are your risk of osteoporosis?
How would you classify bones of wrist…
What are osteoblast, osteocytes and os…
What does a Vitamin D deficiency cause?
1. Family History... 2. Low intake of calcium ... 3. Lack of exercise
Short bones ... *generally cubed shaped and mostly spongy bone (…
Osteoblast: Bone generating cells "B" means born, building... Os…
Muscles Spasms (cramps), Seizures and Bone pain (often in the…
What are your risk of osteoporosis?
1. Family History... 2. Low intake of calcium ... 3. Lack of exercise
How would you classify bones of wrist…
Short bones ... *generally cubed shaped and mostly spongy bone (…
27 terms
Honors Anatomy Vocal Quiz 7
Par
Path
Phag
Phlebo
bring forth
bad
to eat
vein
Par
bring forth
Path
bad
64 terms
Honors Anatomy Midterm - 10/7/15
rickets
spiral break
diaphysis
Paget's disease
vitamin D deficiency disease
break when twisted force is applied to a bone
shaft of a long bone
disease causing bone pain and deformity
rickets
vitamin D deficiency disease
spiral break
break when twisted force is applied to a bone
83 terms
Honors Anatomy
Superior
Inferior
Anterior
Posterior
Toward the head
Towards the feet
Front or in front of
Back or in back of
Superior
Toward the head
Inferior
Towards the feet
117 terms
Honors Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 7 - Body Bones
Humerus
Capitulum
Coronoid Fossa
Greater Tubercle
Humerus
Capitulum
20 terms
Honors Anatomy Ch. 7- The Skeleton (EXAM 1)
Skull
Facial Bones
Cranium
Frontal Bone
Body's most complex bony structure
Form the framework of the face
The brain's protective bony helmet
The forehead; Anterior Cranium
Skull
Body's most complex bony structure
Facial Bones
Form the framework of the face
Honors Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 7: The Nervous System
sensory input
integration
motor output
Central Nervous System (CNS)
gathering info, monitor changes in and outside the body... *chan…
process & interpret input & decide on action
response to stimuli, activates muscles or glands
brain and spinal cord
sensory input
gathering info, monitor changes in and outside the body... *chan…
integration
process & interpret input & decide on action
21 terms
Honors Human Anatomy: 7.1 Vocabulary
Motor nueron
Neuromuscular junction
Motor unit
Pre-synaptic membrane
Nerve cell that sends action potentials to the muscle fiber
In between the motor neuron and muscle fiber
A motor neuron and all muscle fibers it innervates (connects…
Membrane of the axon terminal
Motor nueron
Nerve cell that sends action potentials to the muscle fiber
Neuromuscular junction
In between the motor neuron and muscle fiber
39 terms
anatomy honors chapter 2
decomposition reaction
hydrolysis
synthesis
dehydration synthesis
breakdown of a bond through the use of water
synthesis reaction that involves the removal of a water molec…
decomposition reaction
hydrolysis
breakdown of a bond through the use of water
43 terms
Honors Anatomy
anatomy
physiology
pathology
anatomical position
study of structure
study of function
study of disease
-standing... -arms at sides... -palms forward... -head forward... -feet f…
anatomy
study of structure
physiology
study of function
Anatomy Honors
Basal Cell Carcinoma
Benign
Blood
Bone
The most common type of skin cancer; the lesion is a pearly-c…
Harmless; favorable; kindle, gentle, or beneficial; not cance…
A connective tissue with a fluid matrix called plasma in whic…
Dense, hard connective tissue composing the skeleton
Basal Cell Carcinoma
The most common type of skin cancer; the lesion is a pearly-c…
Benign
Harmless; favorable; kindle, gentle, or beneficial; not cance…
18 terms
Honors Anatomy: Unit 7 Study Guide
condular process
mastoid process
foramen magnum
carotid foramen
articulates with mandibular fossa
attachment for large neck muscle that allows head to turn sid…
big hole that spinal chord goes through
hole where blood vessel that carries blood to brain
condular process
articulates with mandibular fossa
mastoid process
attachment for large neck muscle that allows head to turn sid…
156 terms
Honors Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 7: the Skeletal System
Axial Skeleton
Cranium
frontal bone
parietal bones
The 80 bones that form the upright axis of the body; the skul…
8 bones that form the floor and case of the skill that protec…
forehead
crown of skull
Axial Skeleton
The 80 bones that form the upright axis of the body; the skul…
Cranium
8 bones that form the floor and case of the skill that protec…
88 terms
Honors Anatomy Chapter 6 and 7 Test
Insulation layer of skin?
Process going on in epidermis that kil…
Pigment producing cells?
Pigment is called?
Subcutaneous
Keratinization
Melanocytes
Melanin
Insulation layer of skin?
Subcutaneous
Process going on in epidermis that kil…
Keratinization
31 terms
Halloran Honors Bio 15-16 - 7 Shark Anatomy
Dogfish
Placoid Scales
Snout
Nostril
A small shark with spines on its dorsal fins
The type of scales covering the skin of cartilaginous fishes;…
The front part of the shark's head
Paired slits on the underside of snout; water flows through t…
Dogfish
A small shark with spines on its dorsal fins
Placoid Scales
The type of scales covering the skin of cartilaginous fishes;…
15 terms
Anatomy Honors Slide Test
Cuboidal--Epithelial
Motor Nerve-- Nervous
Bone Ground--Connective Support
Hyaline--Connective Support
Cuboidal--Epithelial
Motor Nerve-- Nervous
40 terms
Muscles and Functions - Ch. 7 Honors Anatomy
Orbicularis oris
Buccinator
Masseter
Ptergoid
Constricts mouth opening
Compresses cheeks to blow forcefully
Primary agonist in chewing
With the temporalis, is a synergist for chewing
Orbicularis oris
Constricts mouth opening
Buccinator
Compresses cheeks to blow forcefully
80 terms
Honors Anatomy | Chapter 7 : Skeletal System
skeletal system
introduction
bones
long bones
bones and organs in this support and protect softer tissues,…
human skeleton is initially cartilage and fibrous membranes…
-classified by shape - long, short, flat or irregular... -includ…
bones that have long, longitudinal axes and expanded ends ... ex…
skeletal system
bones and organs in this support and protect softer tissues,…
introduction
human skeleton is initially cartilage and fibrous membranes…
31 terms
Honors Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 7 Vocab
long bone
short bone
flat bone
irregular bone
have long longitudinal axes and expanded ends
are somewhat cuplike, with their lengths and widths roughly e…
plate like structures with broad surfaces
have a variety of shapes and are usually connected to several…
long bone
have long longitudinal axes and expanded ends
short bone
are somewhat cuplike, with their lengths and widths roughly e…
19 terms
Honors Anatomy Chapter 7 Bones and Cartilage
Bones
Axial
Appendicular
Types of Bones
Body is divided into two regions:... 1. Axial... 2. Appendicular
Torso: head, skull, verdure, ribs and sternum
Appendages : shoulders, hips, legs
Can be classified in 2 ways by structure... 1. Microscopically... 2…
Bones
Body is divided into two regions:... 1. Axial... 2. Appendicular
Axial
Torso: head, skull, verdure, ribs and sternum
36 terms
Honors Anatomy Muscular System Terms (Chapter 7)
skeletal muscles
epimysium
perimysium
fascicle
organs composed primarily of skeletal muscle tissue- they als…
a layer of collagen fibers that surrounds the entire muscle;…
connective tissue fibers that divide the skeletal muscle into…
a compartment containing a bundle of muscle fibers
skeletal muscles
organs composed primarily of skeletal muscle tissue- they als…
epimysium
a layer of collagen fibers that surrounds the entire muscle;…
84 terms
Honors Anatomy/Physiology Unit 7: Skeletal System
Skull
Cranium
Mandible
Scapula
Bony enclosure for the brain; synonymous to cranium. At birth…
Bone enclosing and protecting the brain (synonymous to skull)…
The lower jawbone.
The shoulder blade that helps make up the pectoral girdle. Hu…
Skull
Bony enclosure for the brain; synonymous to cranium. At birth…
Cranium
Bone enclosing and protecting the brain (synonymous to skull)…
1 of 10