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Human Anatomy & Physiology 2 Lymphatic System
Explain how the lymphatic system is re…
Trace the general pathway of lymph fro…
Identify the different types of lymph…
Distinguish between tissue fluid (inte…
-The lymphatic and cardiovascular systems include a network o…
-The lymphatic capillary system is found next to the systemic…
-The lymphatic trunks are named for the regions they serve.... -…
-Lymph is tissue fluid that has entered into a lymphatic capi…
Explain how the lymphatic system is re…
-The lymphatic and cardiovascular systems include a network o…
Trace the general pathway of lymph fro…
-The lymphatic capillary system is found next to the systemic…
Human Anatomy and Physiology Exam 2, Lymphatic System.
Of what does the lymphatic system cons…
What are two lymphatic system functions?
Lymph is about the same consistency as…
What are two properties of the lymphat…
What consists of two semi-independent parts called lymphoid t…
What transports fluid back to the blood and plays an essentia…
Plasma is about the same consistency as ___________.
What is a one way system to the heart and has no pump?
Of what does the lymphatic system cons…
What consists of two semi-independent parts called lymphoid t…
What are two lymphatic system functions?
What transports fluid back to the blood and plays an essentia…
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Human Anatomy & Physiology - Lymphatic System
Functions
Functions of lymphatic system in fluid…
lymphatic system is composed of
isolated structures containing lymphoi…
1. Maintain fluid balance in the internal environment and *im…
1. lymph... 2. lymphatic vessels... 3. isolated structures containi…
1. lymph nodes... 2. aggregated lymphoid nodules... 3. tonsils... 4. t…
Functions
1. Maintain fluid balance in the internal environment and *im…
Functions of lymphatic system in fluid…
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Human Anatomy and Physiology - Lymphatic System
Lymphatic System
Functions of the Lymphatic System
Fluid Balance
Infection
Collection of tissues and organs that rid the body of wastes,…
Fluid balance, protection from infection and the absorption o…
Blood circulates through body and capillaries, dissolved subs…
Lymphocytes attack and destroy foreign organisms; Lymphoid ti…
Lymphatic System
Collection of tissues and organs that rid the body of wastes,…
Functions of the Lymphatic System
Fluid balance, protection from infection and the absorption o…
37 terms
Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology Lymphatic System
lymphatic vessel
lymph
Lymph capillaries
Right lymphatic Duct
returns lymph back to the back to blood vessels to balance bl…
mostly water and small amounts of dissolved protiens
interlocking with tissue and blood capillaries to absorb the…
drains the lymph from the right arm and right side of the hea…
lymphatic vessel
returns lymph back to the back to blood vessels to balance bl…
lymph
mostly water and small amounts of dissolved protiens
37 terms
Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology Lymphatic System
lymphatic vessel
lymph
Lymph capillaries
Right lymphatic Duct
returns lymph back to the back to blood vessels to balance bl…
mostly water and small amounts of dissolved protiens
interlocking with tissue and blood capillaries to absorb the…
drains the lymph from the right arm and right side of the hea…
lymphatic vessel
returns lymph back to the back to blood vessels to balance bl…
lymph
mostly water and small amounts of dissolved protiens
22 terms
Human Anatomy and Physiology: Lymphatic System
Lymphatic System
Lymphatic System Function
Tissue Fluid
Lymph Capillaries
Consists of two semi-independent parts: lymphatic vessels and…
Transports tissue fluid back to the blood and plays essential…
Capillary Beds - Fluid is force out of the blood. Most is rea…
Begin as blind ended tubes. Flaps like valves open/close beca…
Lymphatic System
Consists of two semi-independent parts: lymphatic vessels and…
Lymphatic System Function
Transports tissue fluid back to the blood and plays essential…
Human Anatomy & Physiology 2 Lymphatic System&Respiratory System
The walls of lymphatic vessels are sim…
As fluid pressure builds in the inters…
Which of these is NOT a function of ly…
What is the role of the thymus in prot…
-veins
-of the one-way design of their flaplike valves
-produce red blood cells
-It produces thymosin, which causes the maturation of T lymph…
The walls of lymphatic vessels are sim…
-veins
As fluid pressure builds in the inters…
-of the one-way design of their flaplike valves
14 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 2 Lymphatic System
lymphatic system
lymph
lymphatic vessels
lymphatic ducts
drains fluid from our tissue spaces; lymphatic vessels return…
latin "water"... clear fluid that resembles plasma... composed pr…
include lymphatic capillaries and several larger lymphatic ve…
large tube or vessel that carries lymph, such as the thoracic…
lymphatic system
drains fluid from our tissue spaces; lymphatic vessels return…
lymph
latin "water"... clear fluid that resembles plasma... composed pr…
26 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 2 - Chapter 21 Lymphatic System
Which fluid does lymph most closely re…
Lymph contains some protein.
Does Lymph contain several red blood c…
The lymphatic system's two main functi…
Interstitial fluid
true
false
immunity and fluid balance
Which fluid does lymph most closely re…
Interstitial fluid
Lymph contains some protein.
true
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Anatomy and Physiology 2 Lymphatic system
Lymphatic and Cardiovascular System
Components of Lymphatic System**
Function of L system**
Lymph Capillaries**
-Lymphatic vessels work in conjuntion with cardiovascular... -Ma…
-Network of lymphatic vessels/nodes... -Spleen... -Thymus... -Tonsils
-Assists in maintaining fluid balance... -Transports excess flui…
-Microscopic close ended tubes... -Extend into spaces within the…
Lymphatic and Cardiovascular System
-Lymphatic vessels work in conjuntion with cardiovascular... -Ma…
Components of Lymphatic System**
-Network of lymphatic vessels/nodes... -Spleen... -Thymus... -Tonsils
20 terms
Essentials of human anatomy and physiology: Chapter 12 The Lymphatic System
lymph
right lymphatic duct
thoracic duct
lymph node
the watery fluid in the lymph vessels collected from the tiss…
drains the lymph from the right arm and the ride side of the…
receives lymph from the rest of the body
help protect the body by removing foreign material such as ba…
lymph
the watery fluid in the lymph vessels collected from the tiss…
right lymphatic duct
drains the lymph from the right arm and the ride side of the…
9 terms
Human Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 2
chemistry
matter
neutrons
synthesis
branch of physical science that studies the composition, stru…
anything that has weight and occupies space
electrically neutral subatomic particles
A+B=AB
chemistry
branch of physical science that studies the composition, stru…
matter
anything that has weight and occupies space
10 terms
Human Anatomy and Physiology: The lymphatic system and Immunity
Three Primary functions
Lymphatic Tissue
Lymphatic System
The right lymphatic duct
Drain Excess interstitial fluid, Transports dietary lipids, c…
Is a specialized form of reticular connective tissue that con…
consist of a fluid called lymph, vessels call lymphatic vesse…
is about 1.2 cm long and receives lymph from the right jugular
Three Primary functions
Drain Excess interstitial fluid, Transports dietary lipids, c…
Lymphatic Tissue
Is a specialized form of reticular connective tissue that con…
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Human Anatomy & Physiology, Chapter 2
skeletal system
rib cage
lipids
calcium
system of bones that give you shape, protect inner organs, an…
protects the heart and lungs
the fats stored by bones
mineral needed so your heart and brain work correctly and to…
skeletal system
system of bones that give you shape, protect inner organs, an…
rib cage
protects the heart and lungs
20 terms
Essentials of human anatomy and physiology: Chapter 12 The Lymphatic System
lymph
right lymphatic duct
thoracic duct
lymph node
the watery fluid in the lymph vessels collected from the tiss…
drains the lymph from the right arm and the ride side of the…
receives lymph from the rest of the body
help protect the body by removing foreign material such as ba…
lymph
the watery fluid in the lymph vessels collected from the tiss…
right lymphatic duct
drains the lymph from the right arm and the ride side of the…
18 terms
Precepts of Anatomy and Physiology - The Human Body: The Circulatory System - The Respiratory System - Chapter 2 Lesson 4
A muscular tube at the back of the mou…
The tube that carries air from the lar…
The dome-shaped muscle in the chest ca…
The structure in which air enters the…
pharynx
trachea
diaphragm
larynx
A muscular tube at the back of the mou…
pharynx
The tube that carries air from the lar…
trachea
27 terms
Human Anatomy and Physiology chapter 2 Basic Chemistry
Energy
Chemical energy
Electrical energy
Oxygen (O) atomic number is 8
The ability to do work or put matter into motion.
energy stored in chemical bonds of chemical substances. when…
energy that results from the movement of charged particles. I…
A major component of both organic and inorganic molecules; as…
Energy
The ability to do work or put matter into motion.
Chemical energy
energy stored in chemical bonds of chemical substances. when…
9 terms
Human Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 2
chemistry
matter
neutrons
synthesis
branch of physical science that studies the composition, stru…
anything that has weight and occupies space
electrically neutral subatomic particles
A+B=AB
chemistry
branch of physical science that studies the composition, stru…
matter
anything that has weight and occupies space
72 terms
Human Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 2
PROTON
ELECTRON
NEUTRON
O
POSITIVE CHARGED PARTICLE IN THE NUCLEUS
NEGATIVE CHARGED PARTICLE OUTSIDE THE NUCLEUS
NEUTRAL PARTICLE IN THE NUCLEUS
OXYGEN
PROTON
POSITIVE CHARGED PARTICLE IN THE NUCLEUS
ELECTRON
NEGATIVE CHARGED PARTICLE OUTSIDE THE NUCLEUS
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Human Anatomy and Physiology: Digestive and Lymphatic systems
Alimentary canal
Hard palate
Soft palate
Uvula
-GI track... -30 ft long... -breaks down and gets nutrients from fo…
Front part of roof of mouth
Back part of roof of mouth
-Hanging down from back of mouth... -blocks food from entering t…
Alimentary canal
-GI track... -30 ft long... -breaks down and gets nutrients from fo…
Hard palate
Front part of roof of mouth
72 terms
Human Anatomy & Physiology - Chapter 2
Matter
Element
Energy
Kinetic Energy
Anything that occupies space and has mass. ... Could be solid,…
Substance that cannot be split into simpler substances by an…
capacity to do work, or put matter in motion
energy in action
Matter
Anything that occupies space and has mass. ... Could be solid,…
Element
Substance that cannot be split into simpler substances by an…
27 terms
Human Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 2
Chemistry
Matter
Elements
Atom
The study of matter
Anything that has weight and takes up space
a basic chemical substance composed of atoms.
the smallest particle of an element;... the least complex level…
Chemistry
The study of matter
Matter
Anything that has weight and takes up space
23 terms
Human Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 2
Integumentary System
Dermatology
Functions of body membranes
Tissues the skin is made up of
The skin and its accessory structures which include hair, nai…
The medical specialty for the diagnosis and treatment of diso…
1. Line or cover body surfaces... 2. Protect body surfaces... 3.Lub…
Epithelial tissue, connective tissue membranes, nerve tissue,…
Integumentary System
The skin and its accessory structures which include hair, nai…
Dermatology
The medical specialty for the diagnosis and treatment of diso…
20 terms
Human Physiology: Chapter 12, Lymphatic System
Lymphatic System Functions
3 parts
Right Lymphatic Duct and Left Lymphati…
Lymphatic Vessels
Maintains homeostasis by returning most fluid (lymph) back in…
Lymph: Fluid... Lymph Nodes: Monitors and checks lymph at checkp…
Right Lymphatic Duct: Collects all of the lymph from the uppe…
Skeletal muscle movement, pressure changes in the thorax duri…
Lymphatic System Functions
Maintains homeostasis by returning most fluid (lymph) back in…
3 parts
Lymph: Fluid... Lymph Nodes: Monitors and checks lymph at checkp…
99 terms
Chapter 2 - Human Anatomy and Physiology
matter
mass
weight
element
makes up all living and nonliving things
amount of matter in an object
gravitational force in an object
simplest type of matter
matter
makes up all living and nonliving things
mass
amount of matter in an object
100 terms
Human Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 2
Matter
Solid
Liquid
Gas
The "stuff" of the universe; anything that has mass and takes…
Has definite shape and volume.
Has definite volume and changeable shape.
Has changeable shape and volume.
Matter
The "stuff" of the universe; anything that has mass and takes…
Solid
Has definite shape and volume.
36 terms
Human Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 2
Atomic weight
Mass Number
Carbs
Polar
Average of the mass numbers of all isotopes
Number of protons and neutrons
C, H, O
different
Atomic weight
Average of the mass numbers of all isotopes
Mass Number
Number of protons and neutrons
81 terms
Human Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 2
Biochemistry
Element
Atomic number
Oxygen, Carbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Ca…
The study of the molecules that compose living organisms.
Simplest form of matter to have unique chemical properties
Number of protons in the nucleus
Major elements of the Body
Biochemistry
The study of the molecules that compose living organisms.
Element
Simplest form of matter to have unique chemical properties
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Human Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 2
Di-
Glyc-
Lip-
-lyt
Two (root)
Sweet (root)
Fat (root)
Dissolvable (root)
Di-
Two (root)
Glyc-
Sweet (root)
135 terms
Chapter 2-Human Anatomy and Physiology
What is the "Integumentary System"?
What are the 4 types of tissue?
What does connective tissue do?
What are the 3 types of muscle tissue?
Skin
Connective, Muscle, Nerves, and Epithelial
Supports your body
Skeletal, Cardiac, and Smooth
What is the "Integumentary System"?
Skin
What are the 4 types of tissue?
Connective, Muscle, Nerves, and Epithelial
55 terms
Human Anatomy & Physiology: Chapter 2
matter
elements
compound
atom
anything that has weight and takes up space (solids, liquids,…
all matter that is composed of fundamental substances
elements that are parts of chemical combinations
smallest particle of an element that has the properties of th…
matter
anything that has weight and takes up space (solids, liquids,…
elements
all matter that is composed of fundamental substances
79 terms
Lymphatic System Chapter 22 (Anatomy and Physiology by Saladin)
Functions of the lymphatic system
Lymph
Lymphatic vessels
Lymphatic tissue
1. Fluid recovery... 2. Immunity... 3. Lipid absorption
Recovered fluid
Transport the lymph
Composed of pieces of lymphocytes and macrophages that popula…
Functions of the lymphatic system
1. Fluid recovery... 2. Immunity... 3. Lipid absorption
Lymph
Recovered fluid
Human Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 2
Is the smallest until of an element.…
Each element is represented by one or…
What percent of the body weight of ora…
What are the subatomic particles?
Atom
Atomic Symbols
98%
protons, neutrons, electrons
Is the smallest until of an element.…
Atom
Each element is represented by one or…
Atomic Symbols
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Chapter 2 Human Anatomy & Physiology Brown
Molecule
Atom Parts
Atomic Nucleus
Proton
A group of atoms bonded together
Nucleus:Proton neutron electron
Center of an atom
A subatomic particle that has a positive charge and that is f…
Molecule
A group of atoms bonded together
Atom Parts
Nucleus:Proton neutron electron
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Human Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 2
Main atoms
carbohydrates
carbohydrates
monosaccharides
carbon, phosphorus, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, sulfur
sugar,starches, fiber molecules
classified by complexity
glucose, frutose, galactose
Main atoms
carbon, phosphorus, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, sulfur
carbohydrates
sugar,starches, fiber molecules
89 terms
Chapter 2 - Human Anatomy and Physiology
matter
mass
weight
element
makes up all living and nonliving things
amount of matter in an object
gravitational force in an object
simplest type of matter
matter
makes up all living and nonliving things
mass
amount of matter in an object
100 terms
Human Anatomy and Physiology- Chapter 2
Anatomical Position
Supine Position
Prone Position
Trendelenburg Position
Standing with face forward, feet parallel, arms hanging to th…
Laying with the head up, parallel to the ground, back down.
Laying with the head down, parallel to the ground, stomach do…
Lying with the head below the feet.... Used to help patients wit…
Anatomical Position
Standing with face forward, feet parallel, arms hanging to th…
Supine Position
Laying with the head up, parallel to the ground, back down.
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Human Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 2
PROTON
ELECTRON
NEUTRON
O
POSITIVE CHARGED PARTICLE IN THE NUCLEUS
NEGATIVE CHARGED PARTICLE OUTSIDE THE NUCLEUS
NEUTRAL PARTICLE IN THE NUCLEUS
OXYGEN
PROTON
POSITIVE CHARGED PARTICLE IN THE NUCLEUS
ELECTRON
NEGATIVE CHARGED PARTICLE OUTSIDE THE NUCLEUS
12 terms
Human Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 2
Matter
3 states of matter
energy
2 forms of energy
Anything that occupies space.
solid, liquid, gas
the capacity to do work or put matter into motion.
kinetic, potential
Matter
Anything that occupies space.
3 states of matter
solid, liquid, gas
137 terms
Anatomy & Physiology 2 - Chapter 22 - The Lymphatic System and Immunity - 22.1
lymphatic system
lymphatic system
interstitial fluid
lymph
lymph, lymphatic vessels, a # of structures and organs contai…
assists in circulating body fluids and helps defend the body…
once it passes into lymphatic vessels, it is then called lymph
located within lymphatic vessels and lymphatic tissue - clear…
lymphatic system
lymph, lymphatic vessels, a # of structures and organs contai…
lymphatic system
assists in circulating body fluids and helps defend the body…
62 terms
Human Anatomy and Physiology (Chapter 2)
Tissue Engineering
Tissue
4 Major Tissues
Features of Epithelial Tissue
Making of organs outside of the body
Group of similar cells that work together to perform a certai…
Epithelial... Connective... Muscular... Nervous
Closely Packed... No blood vessels... Has nerves... Cell Division is e…
Tissue Engineering
Making of organs outside of the body
Tissue
Group of similar cells that work together to perform a certai…
11 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Exam 2: Lymphatic System
functions of the lymphatic system
lymph
lymphatic vessels
lymphatic organs
1) assist the cardiovascular system by returning excess fluid…
a fluid similar to blood without plasma proteins or RBCs
provide a conduit from the peripheral tissues to the venous s…
bone marrow, lymph nodes, spleen, thymus
functions of the lymphatic system
1) assist the cardiovascular system by returning excess fluid…
lymph
a fluid similar to blood without plasma proteins or RBCs
Human Anatomy 2: Lymphatic System
what is the fluid contained in lymphat…
what type of flow do lymphatic vessels…
where do lymphatic vessels collect and…
what are lymphatic capillaries formed…
lymph; which will often contain large structures such as prot…
a one-way dead ended flow towards the heart
they collect their fluid from the interstitial space between…
loosely overlapping endothelial cells that allow gaps to form…
what is the fluid contained in lymphat…
lymph; which will often contain large structures such as prot…
what type of flow do lymphatic vessels…
a one-way dead ended flow towards the heart
49 terms
Human Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 2.
Atomic number
Mass number
Mixtures
Compounds
= number of protons in nucleus
= mass of the protons and neutrons
No chemical bonding between components ... Can be separated phys…
separated only by breaking bonds... homogeneous
Atomic number
= number of protons in nucleus
Mass number
= mass of the protons and neutrons
16 terms
Human anatomy and physiology Chapter 2
The Pericardial Sac is made-up of two…
Tissue of the heart
Epicardium
The heart Sac
Fibrous Pericardium... Serous Pericardium
Epicardium... Myocardium
The outermost layer of the wall of heart
Thin layer composed of serous tissue and mesothelium
The Pericardial Sac is made-up of two…
Fibrous Pericardium... Serous Pericardium
Tissue of the heart
Epicardium... Myocardium
85 terms
Anatomy and Human Physiology- Chapter 2
Chemistry
Matter
Mass
Weight
the science of the structure and interactions of matter.
Anything that occupies space and has mass.
the amount of matter in an object. (does not change)
the force of gravity acting on matter. (does change)
Chemistry
the science of the structure and interactions of matter.
Matter
Anything that occupies space and has mass.
25 terms
Anatomy and Physiology II: Lymphatic System (test 2)
Name the functions of the lymphatic sy…
Lymphatic capillaries
lymphatic vessels
lymph
1) - Transport excess fluid away from the tissues... 2) - defen…
microscopic, closed- ended tubes. (much like cardiovascular c…
-formed by the merging of lymphatic capillaries... -walls are s…
The clear fluid that fills the spaces around body cells
Name the functions of the lymphatic sy…
1) - Transport excess fluid away from the tissues... 2) - defen…
Lymphatic capillaries
microscopic, closed- ended tubes. (much like cardiovascular c…
72 terms
Human Anatomy & Physiology - Chapter 2
Matter
Element
Energy
Kinetic Energy
Anything that occupies space and has mass. ... Could be solid,…
Substance that cannot be split into simpler substances by an…
capacity to do work, or put matter in motion
energy in action
Matter
Anything that occupies space and has mass. ... Could be solid,…
Element
Substance that cannot be split into simpler substances by an…
56 terms
Chapter 20 - Human Anatomy and Physiology - The Lymphatic System and Lymphoid Organs and Tissues - key terms
Lymphatic System
Lymph Nodes
Lymph
Lymphatics
This consists of 3 parts: (1) lymphatic vessls (2) lymph (3)…
These form parts of the lymphatic organs and tissues. (exampl…
This is the name for fluid once it has entered the lymphatics…
This is the system of drainage vessels that collect interstit…
Lymphatic System
This consists of 3 parts: (1) lymphatic vessls (2) lymph (3)…
Lymph Nodes
These form parts of the lymphatic organs and tissues. (exampl…
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