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Honors Anatomy: The Human Body
frontal
orbital
nasal
oral
forehead
eyes
nose
mouth
frontal
forehead
orbital
eyes
Tissues - Honors Human Anatomy
Simple Cuboidal Epithelium
Simple Columnar Epithelium
Simple Squamous Epithelium
Transitional Epithelium
Found in the kidneys and glands
Found in the stomach, gallbladder and uterine tubes
Found in the blood vessels, cornea and alveoli of lungs
Found in the urinary bladder and ureters
Simple Cuboidal Epithelium
Found in the kidneys and glands
Simple Columnar Epithelium
Found in the stomach, gallbladder and uterine tubes
Honors Human Anatomy : Skin
Integumentary System
General Functions of the Intergumentary
Basic Skin Structure ; 3 main skin lay…
Epidermal cell types:
Consists of the skin (eytaneuous membrain) ... -sweat glands... -se…
-Protection from the mechanical Injury... -Protectin from pathog…
1.Epidermis... 2.Dermis... 3.Hypodermis
1.Keratinocytes (structure)... 2.Melanocytes (pigment)... 3. Langer…
Integumentary System
Consists of the skin (eytaneuous membrain) ... -sweat glands... -se…
General Functions of the Intergumentary
-Protection from the mechanical Injury... -Protectin from pathog…
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Honors Human Anatomy
Simple Squamous
Simple Cuboidal
Simple Columnar
Transitional
absorption & secretion , reduces friction... 1.The lining of the…
limited protection, secretion, absorption... 1.Glands ... 2.Ducts... 3…
Protection, secretion, absorption... 1.stomach... 2.intestines... 3.ga…
stretches and recoils... 1.urinary bladder... 2.urter
Simple Squamous
absorption & secretion , reduces friction... 1.The lining of the…
Simple Cuboidal
limited protection, secretion, absorption... 1.Glands ... 2.Ducts... 3…
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Honors Human Anatomy Final
epithelial tissue
apical surface (free surface)
basal surface
basement membrane
found throughout body, covers internal and external surfaces,…
surface not in contact with other cells, microvilli, cilia, s…
adjacent to (sits on top of) basement membrane
connects epithelial tissue to connective tissue, functions as…
epithelial tissue
found throughout body, covers internal and external surfaces,…
apical surface (free surface)
surface not in contact with other cells, microvilli, cilia, s…
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Honors Human Anatomy
Anatomy
Derivation
Gross Anatomy
Microscopic Anatomy
Study of structure of body parts/relation to one another
Greek word that means "cut apart"
Large body structures
Structures too small to see
Anatomy
Study of structure of body parts/relation to one another
Derivation
Greek word that means "cut apart"
40 terms
Honors Human Anatomy and Physiology
Integumentary system
Skeletal system
Muscular system
Nervous system
barrier to protect body from outside, retains body fluid... Skin…
Provides shape and structure, allows movement, protects vital…
Allows movement of head, provides heat... Cardiac muscles, smoot…
Receives incoming info, sends message to body about how to re…
Integumentary system
barrier to protect body from outside, retains body fluid... Skin…
Skeletal system
Provides shape and structure, allows movement, protects vital…
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Honors Human Anatomy Final Review
Distinguish between Anatomy and Physio…
What is Homeostasis?
Distinguish between positive feedback…
Sensory receptor
Anatomy is the study of body structure, while physiology is t…
Homeostasis is the maintenance of a stable, internal environm…
Positive feedback brings about an even greater change in the…
Detects change
Distinguish between Anatomy and Physio…
Anatomy is the study of body structure, while physiology is t…
What is Homeostasis?
Homeostasis is the maintenance of a stable, internal environm…
70 terms
Unit 10 Honors: Human Anatomy
Mouth
Esophagus
Peristalsis
Stomach
first place in which digestion occurs, contains amylase to he…
The tube that connects mouth to stomach. Uses peristalsis (me…
muscular constrictions that create wavelike motions to move m…
the organ in which both chemical and mechanical digestion occ…
Mouth
first place in which digestion occurs, contains amylase to he…
Esophagus
The tube that connects mouth to stomach. Uses peristalsis (me…
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Human Anatomy & Physiology Honors Midterm
Metabolism
Homeostatic mechanism
effectors
basement membrane
All chemical changes within cells considered together
...
muscle or gland that responds to stimulation.... - cause respons…
A layer of nonliving material that anchors epithelial tissue…
Metabolism
All chemical changes within cells considered together
Homeostatic mechanism
...
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anatomy honors: human development
fertilization
sperm
tail
middle piece
union of sperm nucleus and egg nucleus, which creates a zygot…
has 3 parts
flagellum, allows sperm to swim through female repro tract to…
contains angry producing mitochondria
fertilization
union of sperm nucleus and egg nucleus, which creates a zygot…
sperm
has 3 parts
8 terms
Human anatomy honors
Superior
Inferior
Anterior(ventral)
Posterior(dorsal)
Above
Below
Front
Back
Superior
Above
Inferior
Below
9 terms
Honors Human Anatomy
Atoms
Molecules
Macromolecules
Organelles
-Carbon... -Hydrogen ... -Oxygen... -Nitrogen
-NaCl: sodium chloride... -CO2: carbon dioxide... -H2O: water... -O2:…
-Carbohydrates... -Lipids... -Protiens... -Nucleic Acid
-Ribsome... -RER: Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum... -Mitochondria... -Gol…
Atoms
-Carbon... -Hydrogen ... -Oxygen... -Nitrogen
Molecules
-NaCl: sodium chloride... -CO2: carbon dioxide... -H2O: water... -O2:…
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Honors Human Anatomy Joinst
There are over ___ movable and partial…
Joints are fictional junctions between…
What are the 6 different kinds of diar…
a movement that usually decreases the…
230
Bones
Ball and Socket ... Condyloid ... Gliding ... Hinge ... Pivot ... Saddle
Flexion
There are over ___ movable and partial…
230
Joints are fictional junctions between…
Bones
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Honors Human Anatomy Terms
Nasal
Oral
Cervical
Acromial
Nose
Mouth
Neck
Shoulder
Nasal
Nose
Oral
Mouth
22 terms
Honors Human Anatomy
stratified squamous epithelium
simple columnar epithelium
Pseudostratified columnar epithelium
transitional epithelium
outer layer of skin linings of oral cavity vagina and anal ca…
linings of uterus stomach and intestine
linings of respiratory passages
inner lining of urinary bladder and linings of uterus and par…
stratified squamous epithelium
outer layer of skin linings of oral cavity vagina and anal ca…
simple columnar epithelium
linings of uterus stomach and intestine
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Human Anatomy Honors Vocab
Tacky
Telo
Templ-, tempo
Teres
Rapid tachycardia, abnormally rapid heartbeat
The end telophase, the end of mitosis
Time temporal region of the skull, one of the first locations…
Round, smooth ligamentum teres, also called the round ligament
Tacky
Rapid tachycardia, abnormally rapid heartbeat
Telo
The end telophase, the end of mitosis
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Human Anatomy and Physiology honors
carbs, proteins, lipids, nucleic acid
atom
water
covalent
The four types of macromolecules that make up the organic mat…
The smallest particle of an element that has the chemical cha…
is the most important inorganic compound found in the body an…
A chemical bond that involves sharing a pair of electrons bet…
carbs, proteins, lipids, nucleic acid
The four types of macromolecules that make up the organic mat…
atom
The smallest particle of an element that has the chemical cha…
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honors human anatomy cardiovascular 1
what are arteries/
what do capillaries do?
which circuit does the right side of t…
the flow of blood in the body
arteries carry blood away from the heart into the syestem
which permit diffusion between the fluid in the... cardiovascula…
the pulmonary circuit which sends blood to the lungs.... While…
superior&inferior vena cava --> right atrium --> tricusid val…
what are arteries/
arteries carry blood away from the heart into the syestem
what do capillaries do?
which permit diffusion between the fluid in the... cardiovascula…
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Honors Human Anatomy Chapter 12
Outer Ear
Middle ear (tympanic cavity)
auditory ossicles
inner ear
contains auricle, external auditory meatus, and tympanic memb…
contains auditory ossicles and oval window
contains malleus, incus and stapes
contains labyrinths, 3 semicircular canals, cochlea, round wi…
Outer Ear
contains auricle, external auditory meatus, and tympanic memb…
Middle ear (tympanic cavity)
contains auditory ossicles and oval window
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Honors Human Anatomy and Physiology
What type of tissue is blood?
discuss the function of blood plasma?
what do platelets do?
what is your hematocrit?
connective tissue
red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets are carried…
form a clot to repair the damage
determines the amount of red and white blood cells
What type of tissue is blood?
connective tissue
discuss the function of blood plasma?
red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets are carried…
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Honors Human Anatomy Chapter 17
digestion
Alimentary Canal or GI Tract
Accessory Organs
Mouth (Oral Cavity)
The mechanical and chemical breakdown of foods and the absorp…
~8 m (26 ft.)... Mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small intes…
Salivary glands... Liver... Gallbladder... Pancreas
Mechanical breakdown of foods
digestion
The mechanical and chemical breakdown of foods and the absorp…
Alimentary Canal or GI Tract
~8 m (26 ft.)... Mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small intes…
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Honors Human Anatomy Ch.1
Anatomy
Physiology
Cellular physiology
Gross Anatomy
Scientific study of the structure of organisms and their parts
Scientific study of the functions of living things
Individual cells and how they work
Macroscopic structures ... EX: regional anatomy
Anatomy
Scientific study of the structure of organisms and their parts
Physiology
Scientific study of the functions of living things
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Honors Human Anatomy: Anatomic Terminology
What is the Anatomical Position?
What is the purpose of the Anatomical…
toward the head (ex. the head is this…
away form the head (ex. the shoulders…
the reference point when looking at the body (feet erect, tog…
When speaking of body parts or looking at these body parts, t…
superior
inferior
What is the Anatomical Position?
the reference point when looking at the body (feet erect, tog…
What is the purpose of the Anatomical…
When speaking of body parts or looking at these body parts, t…
115 terms
Honors Human Anatomy and Physiology Module 1
Physiology
Anatomy
The study of anatomy is divided into t…
Cell Physiology
Greek for 'relationship to nature'; studies the functions of…
Greek for 'a cutting up'; examines the structures of the body…
1. Gross anatomy studies large, visible structures like muscl…
the study of chemical and molecular process inside and betwee…
Physiology
Greek for 'relationship to nature'; studies the functions of…
Anatomy
Greek for 'a cutting up'; examines the structures of the body…
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Honors Human Anatomy/Physiology Blood
the only fluid tissue in the body
components of blood
living blood cells
only become visible during blood clott…
blood
formed elements, plasma
formed elements
collagen and elastin fibers
the only fluid tissue in the body
blood
components of blood
formed elements, plasma
121 terms
Human Anatomy - Honors Biology 10
epithelial tissue
connective tissue
muscular tissue
nervous tissue
covers body surfaces; lines body cavities and forms glands
binds and supports body parts
moves the body and its parts
receives stimuli and transmits nerve impulses
epithelial tissue
covers body surfaces; lines body cavities and forms glands
connective tissue
binds and supports body parts
22 terms
Honors Human Anatomy Vocab#2
ac
ad
as
bid
before meals
right ear
left ear
twice a day
ac
before meals
ad
right ear
11 terms
Human Anatomy Honors Chapter 1
Anatomy
Regional anatomy
Surface anatomy
Systemic anatomy
The study of structre
A study of anatomy specific to a region
The study of structures within the human body and how it affe…
Studying of specific structure of systems in the body
Anatomy
The study of structre
Regional anatomy
A study of anatomy specific to a region
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Unit 1 Honors Human Anatomy
anatomical position
superior
inferior
anterior (ventral)
a universal reference point as the standard body position; fe…
toward the head, or upper body regions
lower end of the axis of the body, tail end
toward the front of the body, in front of
anatomical position
a universal reference point as the standard body position; fe…
superior
toward the head, or upper body regions
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Honors Human Anatomy: Anatomic Terminology
What is the Anatomical Position?
What is the purpose of the Anatomical…
toward the head (ex. the head is this…
away form the head (ex. the shoulders…
the reference point when looking at the body (feet erect, tog…
When speaking of body parts or looking at these body parts, t…
superior
inferior
What is the Anatomical Position?
the reference point when looking at the body (feet erect, tog…
What is the purpose of the Anatomical…
When speaking of body parts or looking at these body parts, t…
67 terms
Honors Human Anatomy CH. 16
Alimentary canal
Peritoneum
Greater omentum
Mesentery
Digestive tract, Gastrointestinal tract
Serous membranes that line the abdominal cavity and the abdom…
Greater curvature of stomach to transverse colon
Connective tissue that holds the... abdominal organs in place
Alimentary canal
Digestive tract, Gastrointestinal tract
Peritoneum
Serous membranes that line the abdominal cavity and the abdom…
59 terms
Honors Human Anatomy CH 15
inspiration
expiration
upper respiratory tract
lower respiratory tract
movement of air into lungs
movement of air out of lungs
includes of the nasal cavity and pharynx
includes of the larynx, trachea, primary bronchi, and lungs
inspiration
movement of air into lungs
expiration
movement of air out of lungs
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Honors Human Anatomy Chapter 1
anatomical position
superior
inferior
anterior (ventral)
a standard erect body position facing the observer with arms…
toward the head ^
away from the head towards the lower part of the body
toward the front of the body
anatomical position
a standard erect body position facing the observer with arms…
superior
toward the head ^
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Human Anatomy Biology 1 Honors
Describe alveoli
What are the lungs?
Describe what the trachea is
Explain what the respiratory system is
A thin structure across which oxygen gas is absorbed and CO2…
Organs that absorb oxygen from the air you inhale
A long structure made of soft tissue reinforced with C-shaped…
The body system in which gas exchange takes place
Describe alveoli
A thin structure across which oxygen gas is absorbed and CO2…
What are the lungs?
Organs that absorb oxygen from the air you inhale
46 terms
Honors Anatomy: Organization of the Human Body
What is anatomy?
What is physiology?
List the levels of structural organiza…
What are the 10 life processes that di…
Anatomy is the study of the structure of body parts
Physiology is the study of the function of body parts
- Chemicals... - Cells ... - Tissues... - Organs... - Organ Systems... - Hum…
Movement... Responsiveness... Digestion... Reproduction... Assimilation... G…
What is anatomy?
Anatomy is the study of the structure of body parts
What is physiology?
Physiology is the study of the function of body parts
9 terms
Dr. Cheetos Honors Human Anatomy
Atom
Molecules
Macromolecules
Organelles
A. Carbon... B. Hydrogen... C. Oxygen... D. Nitrogen
A. NaCl-Sodium Chloride... B. CO2-Carbon Dioxide... C. H20-Water... D.…
A. Carbohydrates... B. Lipids... C. Proteins... D. Nucleic Acids
A. Ribosome... B. RER ( rough endoplasmic recticulum) ... C. Mitoch…
Atom
A. Carbon... B. Hydrogen... C. Oxygen... D. Nitrogen
Molecules
A. NaCl-Sodium Chloride... B. CO2-Carbon Dioxide... C. H20-Water... D.…
18 terms
Honors Human Anatomy - Nervous System
Neuron
Neuroglia
Dendrite
Axon
specialized cells that react to physical and chemical changes…
Specialized cells: produce myelin, communications between cel…
cellular processes of neuron that recieves input from other n…
longer processes of neuron that carries information away from…
Neuron
specialized cells that react to physical and chemical changes…
Neuroglia
Specialized cells: produce myelin, communications between cel…
39 terms
Honors Human Bio Anatomy Man
nasal
oral
cervical
acromial
nose
mouth
neck
point of shoulder
nasal
nose
oral
mouth
18 terms
Honors Human Anatomy Prefixes and Suffixes
Anter
Cephal(o)
Cervic(o)
Contra-
Front, forward
Head
Neck, cervix
Against
Anter
Front, forward
Cephal(o)
Head
12 terms
Honors Human Bio - The Language of Anatomy
Anatomical Position
Inferior
Superior
Anterior (ventral)
right and left based on the patient, not our view. Patient is…
closer to the feet
closer to the head
front, side where the face is
Anatomical Position
right and left based on the patient, not our view. Patient is…
Inferior
closer to the feet
18 terms
Honors human anatomy prefix and suffix
Anter-
Cephal (o)
Cervic (o)
Contra-
Front, forward... Example: Anterior
Head... Example: Cephalic
Neck, Cervix... Example: Cervical
Against... Example: Contraceptive
Anter-
Front, forward... Example: Anterior
Cephal (o)
Head... Example: Cephalic
Honors Human Anatomy Final Review
neuro-
myo-
gastric
hepatic
nervous system
muscles
stomach
liver
neuro-
nervous system
myo-
muscles
11 terms
Bio Honors Anatomy - Human Circulatory & Respiratory Systems
Human Circulatory Functions
Blood
Components of Blood
Arteries
-protein hemoglobin in red blood cells transport oxygen and C…
1628 - William Harvey demonstrated that ________ travels in o…
Plasma, red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets
carries oxygenated blood (exception: pulmonary artery)
Human Circulatory Functions
-protein hemoglobin in red blood cells transport oxygen and C…
Blood
1628 - William Harvey demonstrated that ________ travels in o…
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Honors Human Anatomy quiz 1
A or an
Aero
Amphi
Anti
Not or non
Needing oxygen or air
Both, doubly
Against
A or an
Not or non
Aero
Needing oxygen or air
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Honors Human Anatomy Test 1
what is Anatomy
what is gross anatomy
what is microscopic anatomy
what is physiology
the study of the structure and shape of the body and its parts
large structures, easily observable
structures that cannot be seen with the naked eye, only viewe…
the study of how the body and its parts work or function
what is Anatomy
the study of the structure and shape of the body and its parts
what is gross anatomy
large structures, easily observable
18 terms
Human Anatomy Honors: Muscular System: part 1
Frontalalis
obicularis oculi
temporalis
zygomaticus
Frontalalis
obicularis oculi
13 terms
Honors Anatomy -organization of the human body
homeostasis
in a negative feedback system the chan…
control center
auxiliary region
the tendency to maintain constant, favorable, internal body c…
reversed
part of the feedback system that receives the input and gener…
armpit
homeostasis
the tendency to maintain constant, favorable, internal body c…
in a negative feedback system the chan…
reversed
68 terms
Honors Human Anatomy Chapter 1 Vocabulary
Anatomy
Physiology
Gross Anatomy
Surface Anatomy
The study of internal and external body structures and their…
The study of how living organisms perform their functions.
Involves examining relatively large structures. Gross anatomy…
A part of gross anatomy.... The study of general form and super…
Anatomy
The study of internal and external body structures and their…
Physiology
The study of how living organisms perform their functions.
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