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146 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 16
Thoracic, mediastinum, percardium
Lateral
Sternum
Epicardium
The heart is positioned in which cavities?
The lungs are positioned ______ to the heart.
The _______ is anterior to the heart.
The visceral layer of the serous pericardium is also known as…
Thoracic, mediastinum, percardium
The heart is positioned in which cavities?
Lateral
The lungs are positioned ______ to the heart.
100 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 14
endocrine glands
secondary endocrine glands
nervous and endocrine
hormones
pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal, and pineal glands
hypothalamus, thymus, pancreas, ovaries, testes, kidneys, sto…
these 2 systems coordinate all of the body systems in an effo…
mediator molecules that are released none part of the body to…
endocrine glands
pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal, and pineal glands
secondary endocrine glands
hypothalamus, thymus, pancreas, ovaries, testes, kidneys, sto…
72 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 19
Regulation of _____ balance is a funct…
The blood hydrostatic pressure in the…
Calcitriol and erythropoietin are ____…
From superficial to deep, list theh la…
pH
juxtaglomerular
hormones
renal capsule
Regulation of _____ balance is a funct…
pH
The blood hydrostatic pressure in the…
juxtaglomerular
98 terms
HTHS 1111: Module 13
Visceral Motor
Somatic Motor
Area 4
Area 6
Smooth muscle, cardiac muscle, and glands
Skeletal muscle
Primary motor cortex
Supplementary motor area (planning or imagining movement)
Visceral Motor
Smooth muscle, cardiac muscle, and glands
Somatic Motor
Skeletal muscle
84 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 20
The male urethra is a pathway for excr…
Vasectomy in the male is equivalent to…
Because they form from the same embryo…
The male equivalent to the female uter…
semen
tubal ligation
homologous
Ductus Deferens
The male urethra is a pathway for excr…
semen
Vasectomy in the male is equivalent to…
tubal ligation
56 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 13
The Brodmann 4 (precentral gyrus), 6 a…
An EPSP produced at the dendrites of a…
The lateral corticospinal tracts and p…
The neurotransmitter of the neuromuscl…
motor
generator potential
sensory
acetylcholine
The Brodmann 4 (precentral gyrus), 6 a…
motor
An EPSP produced at the dendrites of a…
generator potential
65 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 17
Ventilation rate is controlled by the:
The major function of the bronchiole i…
The exchange of gases at the pulmonary…
Normal exhalation is the result of:
medulla and pons
regulate air flow
external respiration
elastic recoil of lung tissue
Ventilation rate is controlled by the:
medulla and pons
The major function of the bronchiole i…
regulate air flow
91 terms
HTHS 1111: Module 15
Blood functions
Physical characteristics of blood
Formed elements of blood
Plasma
Transportation, regulation, and protection.
Viscosity: thicker than water ... Temperature: 38 C... pH: 7.35-7.4…
Red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. 45% of tot…
55% of total volume. 92% water, 8% solute which are proteins.
Blood functions
Transportation, regulation, and protection.
Physical characteristics of blood
Viscosity: thicker than water ... Temperature: 38 C... pH: 7.35-7.4…
71 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 12
The intervertebral foramina are spaces…
What structure extends from the forame…
What procedure collects CSF by inserti…
Contrast the location of grey-matter a…
spinal
spinal cord
lumbar puncture/ spinal tap
brain: grey outside, white inside... spinal cord: white outside,…
The intervertebral foramina are spaces…
spinal
What structure extends from the forame…
spinal cord
66 terms
HTHS 1111 Mod. 11
Heart Muscle
Enteric
Vagus Nerve
Into
Examples of effectors in the nervous system include:
_____________________ plexuses are found on the walls of dige…
Which of the following is part of the peripheral nervous syst…
Considering only the electrical gradient for potassium, if a…
Heart Muscle
Examples of effectors in the nervous system include:
Enteric
_____________________ plexuses are found on the walls of dige…
32 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 17
Nose/Paranasal Sinuses
Pharynx
Larynx
Trachea
Functions to warm, moisturize, and filter air as it is breath…
Functions as a passageway for air, solid, and liquid.... Oro-, N…
Functions to house the vocal chords.... "voice box"
Functions as a rigid passageway for air from the larynx to th…
Nose/Paranasal Sinuses
Functions to warm, moisturize, and filter air as it is breath…
Pharynx
Functions as a passageway for air, solid, and liquid.... Oro-, N…
HTHS 1111 Module 13
visceral motor
somatic motor
primary motor cortex
supplementary motor area
Smooth muscle, cardiac muscle, and glands.
Skeletal muscle
AKA precentral gyrus/area 4... executing movement
AKA area 6... planning or imagining movement
visceral motor
Smooth muscle, cardiac muscle, and glands.
somatic motor
Skeletal muscle
165 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 12
White matter - asceding
White matter - descending
Gray Matter
Posterior horn aka
Sensory
Motor
Neural Information (Reflex)
Dorsal Horn
White matter - asceding
Sensory
White matter - descending
Motor
220 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 11
electrical potentials, body activities
detects, muscular contractions, glandu…
receptor, control center, effector
sensory, central nervous system, muscl…
the nervous system generates ____ ______ to regulate ____ ___…
the nervous system ______ changes in the body's internal and…
the homeostatic loop requires these three elements:
receptor: ______; control center: ____ ___ ____; effectors: _…
electrical potentials, body activities
the nervous system generates ____ ______ to regulate ____ ___…
detects, muscular contractions, glandu…
the nervous system ______ changes in the body's internal and…
146 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 16
Thoracic, mediastinum, percardium
Lateral
Sternum
Epicardium
The heart is positioned in which cavities?
The lungs are positioned ______ to the heart.
The _______ is anterior to the heart.
The visceral layer of the serous pericardium is also known as…
Thoracic, mediastinum, percardium
The heart is positioned in which cavities?
Lateral
The lungs are positioned ______ to the heart.
71 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 12
Cervix
Thorax
Lumbar
Sacral
7 cervical vertebrae
12 thoracic vertebrae
Five lumbar vertebrae
Five sacral vertebrae, fused
Cervix
7 cervical vertebrae
Thorax
12 thoracic vertebrae
31 terms
HTHS 1111: Module 12 Terms
Posterior Horn (Dorsal Horn)
Anterior Horn (Ventral Horn)
Meninges
Dura Mater
Processes sensory information
Contains cell bodies of neurons which control the voluntary m…
Three-layered bag which encloses the nervous system
Outermost layer of the meninges
Posterior Horn (Dorsal Horn)
Processes sensory information
Anterior Horn (Ventral Horn)
Contains cell bodies of neurons which control the voluntary m…
153 terms
HTHS 1111: Module 18
Digestive System
Gastrointestinal Tract
Ingestion
Secretion
Body's mechanism for processing and absorbing nutrients
Anatomical structures that carry out the digestive process
Take in food
Release substances that will help in the breakdown and absorp…
Digestive System
Body's mechanism for processing and absorbing nutrients
Gastrointestinal Tract
Anatomical structures that carry out the digestive process
63 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 16
Thoracic, mediastinum, percardium
Lateral
Sternum
Epicardium
The heart is positioned in which cavities?
The lungs are positioned ______ to the heart.
The _______ is anterior to the heart.
The visceral layer of the serous pericardium is also known as…
Thoracic, mediastinum, percardium
The heart is positioned in which cavities?
Lateral
The lungs are positioned ______ to the heart.
91 terms
HTHS 1111: Module 15
Blood functions
Physical characteristics of blood
Formed elements of blood
Plasma
Transportation, regulation, and protection.
Viscosity: thicker than water ... Temperature: 38 C... pH: 7.35-7.4…
Red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. 45% of tot…
55% of total volume. 92% water, 8% solute which are proteins.
Blood functions
Transportation, regulation, and protection.
Physical characteristics of blood
Viscosity: thicker than water ... Temperature: 38 C... pH: 7.35-7.4…
146 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 16
Thoracic, mediastinum, percardium
Lateral
Sternum
Epicardium
The heart is positioned in which cavities?
The lungs are positioned ______ to the heart.
The _______ is anterior to the heart.
The visceral layer of the serous pericardium is also known as…
Thoracic, mediastinum, percardium
The heart is positioned in which cavities?
Lateral
The lungs are positioned ______ to the heart.
83 terms
HTHS 1111: Module 19
Functions of the Urinary System
Regulation of electrolytes
Regulation of pH
Regulation of blood volume
Regulation of electrolytes... Regulation of blood pH... Regulation…
Control levels of various anions and cations
Control of pH by secreting H into the urine and return of HCO…
Adjusts blood volume by conserving or eliminating urine
Functions of the Urinary System
Regulation of electrolytes... Regulation of blood pH... Regulation…
Regulation of electrolytes
Control levels of various anions and cations
220 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 11
electrical potentials, body activities
detects, muscular contractions, glandu…
receptor, control center, effector
sensory, central nervous system, muscl…
the nervous system generates ____ ______ to regulate ____ ___…
the nervous system ______ changes in the body's internal and…
the homeostatic loop requires these three elements:
receptor: ______; control center: ____ ___ ____; effectors: _…
electrical potentials, body activities
the nervous system generates ____ ______ to regulate ____ ___…
detects, muscular contractions, glandu…
the nervous system ______ changes in the body's internal and…
134 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 13
______ systems are parts of the brain…
The primary motor cortex is known in _…
Area ___ is supplementary motor area
Area ___ frontal eye fields
Motor
Area 4
6
8
______ systems are parts of the brain…
Motor
The primary motor cortex is known in _…
Area 4
31 terms
HTHS 1111: Module 12
Posterior Horn (Dorsal Horn)
Anterior Horn (Ventral Horn)
Meninges
Dura Mater
Processes sensory information
Contains cell bodies of neurons which control the voluntary m…
Three-layered bag which encloses the nervous system
Outermost layer of the meninges
Posterior Horn (Dorsal Horn)
Processes sensory information
Anterior Horn (Ventral Horn)
Contains cell bodies of neurons which control the voluntary m…
98 terms
HTHS 1111: Module 13
Visceral Motor
Somatic Motor
Area 4
Area 6
Smooth muscle, cardiac muscle, and glands
Skeletal muscle
Primary motor cortex
Supplementary motor area (planning or imagining movement)
Visceral Motor
Smooth muscle, cardiac muscle, and glands
Somatic Motor
Skeletal muscle
151 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 14
Hormones
Endocrinology
Endocrine system functions
Nervous system onset and duration
Mediator molecules that are released in one part of the body…
The study of endocrine glands and hormones
control of internal environment... regulate metabolism,... stress c…
both milliseconds
Hormones
Mediator molecules that are released in one part of the body…
Endocrinology
The study of endocrine glands and hormones
93 terms
HTHS 1111 final
2 cell types of the nervous system
Support nutrition of the brain, contro…
Receives, processes, and transmits inf…
Concentration force
Neurons and glial cells
Glial Cell
Neuron cell
Atoms want to move from high concentration to low (pushes Na+…
2 cell types of the nervous system
Neurons and glial cells
Support nutrition of the brain, contro…
Glial Cell
65 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 16
Mediastinal cavity
Pericardium
Pericardial effusion
Cardiac tamponade
Contains heart, esophogus, thymus, and great vessels of heart.
Membrane that protects heart.
Accumulation of excess fluid in this space. Occurs due to inf…
When pressure in pericardium prevents heart from pumping.
Mediastinal cavity
Contains heart, esophogus, thymus, and great vessels of heart.
Pericardium
Membrane that protects heart.
80 terms
HTHS 1111: Module 18
Digestive System
Gastrointestinal Tract
Ingestion
Secretion
Body's mechanism for processing and absorbing nutrients
Anatomical structures that carry out the digestive process
Take in food
Release substances that will help in the breakdown and absorp…
Digestive System
Body's mechanism for processing and absorbing nutrients
Gastrointestinal Tract
Anatomical structures that carry out the digestive process
71 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 20
The male urethra is a pathway for excr…
Vasectomy in the male is equivalent to…
Because they form from the same embryo…
The male equivalent to the female uter…
semen
tubal ligation
analogous
ductus deferens (vas deferens)
The male urethra is a pathway for excr…
semen
Vasectomy in the male is equivalent to…
tubal ligation
79 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 11
ependymal cells
microglia
Schwann cells
oligodendrocytes
form & circulate CSF
CNS phagocytes
form myelin in the PNS
form myelin in the CNS
ependymal cells
form & circulate CSF
microglia
CNS phagocytes
63 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 16
Thoracic, mediastinum, percardium
Lateral
Sternum
Epicardium
The heart is positioned in which cavities?
The lungs are positioned ______ to the heart.
The _______ is anterior to the heart.
The visceral layer of the serous pericardium is also known as…
Thoracic, mediastinum, percardium
The heart is positioned in which cavities?
Lateral
The lungs are positioned ______ to the heart.
73 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 14
True or false, stimulation of skeletal…
What connective tissue typically deliv…
Endocrine glands are those that secret…
True or false, responses to hormones a…
False
blood
interstitial fluid, blood
True
True or false, stimulation of skeletal…
False
What connective tissue typically deliv…
blood
91 terms
HTHS 1111: Module 15
Blood functions
Phyysical characteristics of blood
Formed elements of blood
Plasma
Transportation, regulation, and protection.
Viscosity: thicker than water ... Temperature: 38 C... pH: 7.35-7.4…
Red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. 45% of tot…
55% of total volume. 92% water, 8% solute which are proteins.
Blood functions
Transportation, regulation, and protection.
Phyysical characteristics of blood
Viscosity: thicker than water ... Temperature: 38 C... pH: 7.35-7.4…
54 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 14
T/F: Stimulation of skeletal muscle co…
Endocrine glands are those that secret…
T/F: Responses to hormones are usually…
The response time for hormones is typi…
false
interstitial fluid, blood
true
longer
T/F: Stimulation of skeletal muscle co…
false
Endocrine glands are those that secret…
interstitial fluid, blood
170 terms
HTHS 1111 Final
Fertilization
Cleavage
Morula
Blastocyst
What embryonic event occurs within uterine tube 12-24 hours a…
What embryonic event is a two-cell stage and is completed abo…
What embryonic event is 3-4 after fertilization?
What embryonic event is 4 1/2-5 days after fertilization?
Fertilization
What embryonic event occurs within uterine tube 12-24 hours a…
Cleavage
What embryonic event is a two-cell stage and is completed abo…
80 terms
Hths 1111 module 12
Forman magnum
Filum terminale
Cauda equina
Spinal cord
Large hole in bottom of skull
Terminal thread
Horses tail , where spinal cord ends in a bundle of nerves L1…
Gray matter inside, white matter outside, all info from brain…
Forman magnum
Large hole in bottom of skull
Filum terminale
Terminal thread
87 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 15
what is blood?
what are the components of blood?
what is the extracellular fluid matrix…
what are the functions of blood?
connective tissue
RBCs, WBCs, and plasma
plasma
transportation, regulation, and protection
what is blood?
connective tissue
what are the components of blood?
RBCs, WBCs, and plasma
65 terms
Module 18 HTHS 1111
Ingestion
secretion
mixing & propulsion
digestion
Which of the 6 main functions of the digestive system include…
Which of the 6 main functions of the digestive system include…
Which of the six main functions of the digestive system inclu…
The process by which food is broken down into individual nutr…
Ingestion
Which of the 6 main functions of the digestive system include…
secretion
Which of the 6 main functions of the digestive system include…
192 terms
HTHS 1111 Final Exam
All layers of the epidermis contain __…
Mnemonic for remembering layers of the…
Layers of the epidermis
Cells divide and grow in the _____ the…
Keratinocytes
California loves girls in string bikinis
Corneum(horn like), Lucidum (clear), Granulosum (grainy), Spi…
Basale, nuclei
All layers of the epidermis contain __…
Keratinocytes
Mnemonic for remembering layers of the…
California loves girls in string bikinis
66 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 20
The male urethra is a pathway for excr…
Because they form from the same embryo…
The male equivalent to the female uter…
Vasectomy in the male is the equivalen…
urine and semen
homologous structures
vas deferens
tubal ligation
The male urethra is a pathway for excr…
urine and semen
Because they form from the same embryo…
homologous structures
72 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 19
Regulation of _____ balance is a funct…
The blood hydrostatic pressure in the…
Calcitriol and erythropoietin are ____…
From superficial to deep, list theh la…
pH
juxtaglomerular
hormones
renal capsule
Regulation of _____ balance is a funct…
pH
The blood hydrostatic pressure in the…
juxtaglomerular
75 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 14
Which type of hormone typically circul…
Thyroid-stimulating hormone targets th…
Oxytocin and antidiuretic hormone (ADH…
How many iodine molecules does a molec…
lipid soluble
tropic hormone
hypothalamus
4
Which type of hormone typically circul…
lipid soluble
Thyroid-stimulating hormone targets th…
tropic hormone
38 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 15
Cells & formed elements are
Bloods function
Blood has a _____ viscosity than water
Temperature of blood
WBC, RBC, Platelets
transportation, regulation, protection
higher
38 Deg C, 100.4 Deg F
Cells & formed elements are
WBC, RBC, Platelets
Bloods function
transportation, regulation, protection
84 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 20
The male urethra is a pathway for excr…
Vasectomy in the male is equivalent to…
Because they form from the same embryo…
The male equivalent to the female uter…
semen
tubal ligation
analogous
ductus deferens (vas deferens)
The male urethra is a pathway for excr…
semen
Vasectomy in the male is equivalent to…
tubal ligation
48 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 18
Which of the six main functions of the…
Which of the six main functions of the…
Which of the six main function of the…
The process by which food is broken do…
ingestion
secretion
mixing & propulsion
digestion
Which of the six main functions of the…
ingestion
Which of the six main functions of the…
secretion
83 terms
HTHS 1111: Module 19
Functions of the Urinary System
Regulation of electrolytes
Regulation of pH
Regulation of blood volume
Regulation of electrolytes... Regulation of blood pH... Regulation…
Control levels of various anions and cations
Control of pH by secreting H into the urine and return of HCO…
Adjusts blood volume by conserving or eliminating urine
Functions of the Urinary System
Regulation of electrolytes... Regulation of blood pH... Regulation…
Regulation of electrolytes
Control levels of various anions and cations
57 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 13
Nervous system effectors respond to __…
The Brodmann 4 (precentral gyrus), 6 a…
An EPSP produced at the dendrites of a…
The lateral corticospinal tracts and p…
motor
motor
generator potential
sensory
Nervous system effectors respond to __…
motor
The Brodmann 4 (precentral gyrus), 6 a…
motor
109 terms
HTHS 1111 Module 18
Six functions of the Digestive system
The four layers of the GI tract (super…
The _____ contains epithelium, lamina…
The _____ has lymphatic vessels and pl…
1.Ingestion... 2.Secretion... 3.Mixing & Propulsion... 4.Digestion... 5.A…
1.Serosa... 2.Muscularis... 3.Submucosa... 4.Mucosa
Mucosa
Submucosa
Six functions of the Digestive system
1.Ingestion... 2.Secretion... 3.Mixing & Propulsion... 4.Digestion... 5.A…
The four layers of the GI tract (super…
1.Serosa... 2.Muscularis... 3.Submucosa... 4.Mucosa
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