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Human Anatomy And Phisiology
Masseter
sternomastoid
pectoralis
deltoideus
Masseter
sternomastoid
85 terms
Human Anatomy & Phisiology
Anatomy
Physiology
Gross Anatomy
Structure determines ________
The study of structure
The study of function
The study of structures visible to the naked eye
________ determines function
Anatomy
The study of structure
Physiology
The study of function
12 terms
Human anatomy and phisiology
negative feedback
homeostasis
skeletal system
muscle system
stimulus, receptor, intergrading center, receptor, response
equilibrium between interdependent elements
bones and other connective tissues, which protects and suppor…
consisting of skeletal, smooth and cardiac muscles
negative feedback
stimulus, receptor, intergrading center, receptor, response
homeostasis
equilibrium between interdependent elements
57 terms
Anatomy Unit 1: Intro to Human Anatomy & Phisiology
anatomy
gross anatomy
microscopic anatomy
regional anatomy
science that studies the form and composition of the body's s…
study of the larger structures of the body, typically with th…
study of very small structures of the body using magnification
study of the structures that contribute to specific body REGI…
anatomy
science that studies the form and composition of the body's s…
gross anatomy
study of the larger structures of the body, typically with th…
First Quiz Human Anatomy and Phisiology
Ad
Amphi
Ana
Anyhropo
To, towards
Both
Away
Refers to man
Ad
To, towards
Amphi
Both
CH. 1 Introduction to Human Anatomy and Phisiology
closer to the point of attachment to t…
the ribs
the nose
the finger
proximal
costal
nasal
digital
closer to the point of attachment to t…
proximal
the ribs
costal
110 terms
Intro to Human Anatomy and Phisiology Test 1
Anatomy
Phisiology
True or False: ... The structure determin…
What allows muscle tissues to contract?
The study of structures... ex. brain, nervous system, blood cells
The study of how a structure functions ... ex. circulation, dig…
True
proteins responsible for contraction
Anatomy
The study of structures... ex. brain, nervous system, blood cells
Phisiology
The study of how a structure functions ... ex. circulation, dig…
75 terms
CH. 1 Introduction to Human Anatomy and Phisiology
closer to the point of attachment to t…
the ribs
the nose
the finger
proximal
costal
nasal
digital
closer to the point of attachment to t…
proximal
the ribs
costal
10 terms
Human Anatomy and Phisiology root word quiz 3
Corp-, soma-
-crine
Cut, derm
Cyan-
Body
Secrete, release
Skin
Blue
Corp-, soma-
Body
-crine
Secrete, release
10 terms
Human Anatomy and Phisiology root word quiz 2
Cent-
-centesis
Cephal-, -ceps
Chondr-
100, 100th
Puncture
Head
Cartilage
Cent-
100, 100th
-centesis
Puncture
36 terms
Anatomy and Phisiology
abdominal cavity
abdominopelvic cavity
anatomical position
anatomy
superior portion of the abdominopelvic cavity
cavity inferior to the diaphragm; split into the abdominal ca…
a person standing erect and facing the observer; provides us…
the study of body structures and the relationships among thes…
abdominal cavity
superior portion of the abdominopelvic cavity
abdominopelvic cavity
cavity inferior to the diaphragm; split into the abdominal ca…
Anatomy & PHisiology
Plasma membrane
Function of plasma membrane
Osmosis
What is Solute?
*defines the extend of the cell, separate the intracellular f…
*Its to protect the cell from harmful stuff and to let in stu…
*water moves toward the compartment that has a higher number…
Substances present in smaller amount.
Plasma membrane
*defines the extend of the cell, separate the intracellular f…
Function of plasma membrane
*Its to protect the cell from harmful stuff and to let in stu…
Chapter 1 : Introduction to Human Anatomy & Phisiology
Macroscopic Anatomy
Regional anatomy
Surface anatomy
Systemic anatomy
"Gross anatomy," structures that can be seen with the human eye
All the organs in one specific area of the body >All the bone…
Using the external skin surface to study internal body struct…
The gross anatomy of the body is studied system by system >st…
Macroscopic Anatomy
"Gross anatomy," structures that can be seen with the human eye
Regional anatomy
All the organs in one specific area of the body >All the bone…
Chapter 5-Hole's Human Anatomy & Phisiology
tissues
epithelial tissues
basement membrane
connective tissue
organized groups of cells
covers organs, forms the inner lining of body cavities, and l…
underside of epithelial tissue
bind structures, provide support and protection, serve as fra…
tissues
organized groups of cells
epithelial tissues
covers organs, forms the inner lining of body cavities, and l…
Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Phisiology Lesson #13
Pathogens
Localized Infection
Systemic Infection
Bacteria
Germs
An infection in one spot
An infection that spreads
Single-celled organisms that are either good or bad
Pathogens
Germs
Localized Infection
An infection in one spot
69 terms
Human Anatomy & Phisiology Bones, Structure, and Cells
Axial and Appendicular Bones System
Anterior (ventral)
Posterior (dorsal)
Superior
Axial - Skull, thorax, ribs, and vertebral... Appendicular - Bon…
Front view of a human
Back view of a human
above or higher level in the body
Axial and Appendicular Bones System
Axial - Skull, thorax, ribs, and vertebral... Appendicular - Bon…
Anterior (ventral)
Front view of a human
40 terms
Unit 1: Foundations of Human Anatomy and Phisiology
Anatomy (a.k.a. morphology)
Physiology
Characteristics of Life
Metabolism
Gross Anatomy: Body structures that we can see with the naked…
Functions of body parts; what they do and how. The structure…
Organization: Made up of cells... Metabolism: obtain and use en…
all the physical and chemical changes occurring in an organis…
Anatomy (a.k.a. morphology)
Gross Anatomy: Body structures that we can see with the naked…
Physiology
Functions of body parts; what they do and how. The structure…
173 terms
Anatomy & Phisiology
abrasion
abscess
bedsore... (decubitus ulcer)
boil
Scraping or rubbing away of the skin due to friction
a localized collection of puss in any part of the body
An ulcer in the skin over a bony partnof the body resulting f…
Inflammation of the hair follicles and sebaceous glands, usua…
abrasion
Scraping or rubbing away of the skin due to friction
abscess
a localized collection of puss in any part of the body
17 terms
Anatomy and Phisiology
Appendicular
Axial
Homeostasis
Metabolism
Pertaining to the lower limbs of the body. The prefix append-…
Pertaining to the head, neck, and the trunk of the body. The…
Homeo- same stasis- stand still
The prefix meta- means "change" therefore metabolism means to…
Appendicular
Pertaining to the lower limbs of the body. The prefix append-…
Axial
Pertaining to the head, neck, and the trunk of the body. The…
235 terms
Anatomy and Phisiology
Abduction
Acetabulum
Adam's Apple
Adduction
Motion of the limb away from the midline
The depression on the lateral pelvis where its three componen…
The firm prominence in the upper part of the larynx formed by…
Motion of a limb toward the midline
Abduction
Motion of the limb away from the midline
Acetabulum
The depression on the lateral pelvis where its three componen…
59 terms
Anatomy and Phisiology
Anterior
Posterior
Acromial
Abdominal
Front
Back
Point of shoulder
Trunk region inferior to ribs
Anterior
Front
Posterior
Back
7 terms
Anatomy and Phisiology
agriculture
domestication
prehistory
hominid
farming
they process of changing plants or animals to make them more…
historian call the time before there was writing prehistory
an early ancestor of human
agriculture
farming
domestication
they process of changing plants or animals to make them more…
Anatomy and phisiology
Cells
Tissues
Organs
Organ system
Building block of both unicellular and multi-cellular organisms
A group of cells functioning together to perform an activity
Groups of two or more tissues that function together
A group of organs which work together to perform a certain ta…
Cells
Building block of both unicellular and multi-cellular organisms
Tissues
A group of cells functioning together to perform an activity
7 terms
Human phisiology
Mechanical Digestion
Chemical Digestion
Peristalsis
Enzyme
Physical breakdown of food
Food being broken down in your stomach
Pushes food along with wavelike contractions
...
Mechanical Digestion
Physical breakdown of food
Chemical Digestion
Food being broken down in your stomach
58 terms
human phisiology
mouth
esophagus
epligottis
stomach
starch digestion, by salivary amylase
no digestion, transports food from the throat to the stomach
a flap of cartilage in the back of the pharynx
protein digestion occurs here
mouth
starch digestion, by salivary amylase
esophagus
no digestion, transports food from the throat to the stomach
Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Phisiology Lesson #13
Lymphatic System
Immunity
Pathogens
Localized Infection
The system that provides Immunity
The way your body destroys germs
Germs
An infection in one spot
Lymphatic System
The system that provides Immunity
Immunity
The way your body destroys germs
13 terms
Human Phisiology
Superior
ventral
dorsal
medial
closer to head
front
back
closer to midline
Superior
closer to head
ventral
front
Anatomy and phisiology
Passive transport
Diffusion
Osmosis
Channel proteins
is a movement of biochemicals and other atomic or molecular s…
-Spontaneous movement of particles from an area of high conce…
is the spontaneous net movement of solvent molecules through…
is a protein that allows the transport of specific substances…
Passive transport
is a movement of biochemicals and other atomic or molecular s…
Diffusion
-Spontaneous movement of particles from an area of high conce…
17 terms
Anatomy phisiology
Which structures penetrate the diaphra…
What lung complication could be expect…
Loss of lung volume due to collapse of…
Which structures penetrate the diaphra…
IVC
Atelectasis... Diaphragm elevated ipsilaterally with trachea de…
Atelectasis
esophagus ... Vagus
Which structures penetrate the diaphra…
IVC
What lung complication could be expect…
Atelectasis... Diaphragm elevated ipsilaterally with trachea de…
8 terms
Human phisiology
Autonomic Nervous System
Peripheral nervous system
Hormone
Pituitary
Stimulating digestion after a meal, slowing down heart rate a…
Contains sensory and Motor nerves
Cause change in another part of the body
Regulates other endocrine glands and growth and stimulates mi…
Autonomic Nervous System
Stimulating digestion after a meal, slowing down heart rate a…
Peripheral nervous system
Contains sensory and Motor nerves
235 terms
Anatomy and Phisiology
Abduction
Acetabulum
Adam's Apple
Adduction
Motion of the limb away from the midline
The depression on the lateral pelvis where its three componen…
The firm prominence in the upper part of the larynx formed by…
Motion of a limb toward the midline
Abduction
Motion of the limb away from the midline
Acetabulum
The depression on the lateral pelvis where its three componen…
176 terms
Anatomy and Phisiology
Characteristics of Muscle Tissue
Excitability
Contractility
Extensibility
Excitability, Contractility, Extensibility, Elasticity
Receive and respond to stimuli
Ability to Shorten and Thicken
Ability to stretch
Characteristics of Muscle Tissue
Excitability, Contractility, Extensibility, Elasticity
Excitability
Receive and respond to stimuli
Anatomy and Phisiology
Perception
Meninges
Duramater
Arachnoidmater
conscious awareness
membrane that covers the brain ans spinal cord
Outer (hard) meninx
Middle (spiderlike) meninx
Perception
conscious awareness
Meninges
membrane that covers the brain ans spinal cord
41 terms
Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Phisiology Lesson #13
Lymphatic System
Immunity
Pathogens
Localized Infection
The system that provides Immunity
The way your body destroys germs
Germs that cause diseases
An infection in one spot
Lymphatic System
The system that provides Immunity
Immunity
The way your body destroys germs
anatomy & phisiology
Dorsal Column
spinothalamic tracts
Corticospinal tract
trochlear nerve
conduct sensory inpulses from the skin,muscles,tendons, and j…
conduct impulses from various body regions to the brain and g…
control voluntary movement
works a pull to move the eye everyway but down and in
Dorsal Column
conduct sensory inpulses from the skin,muscles,tendons, and j…
spinothalamic tracts
conduct impulses from various body regions to the brain and g…
Anatomy and Phisiology
Greater horn ... Lesser horn ... Body
Where does the hyoid bone locates?
Does it articulate no any other bone t…
By what is the hyood bone anchored at ?
Closely to the mandible and temporal bones.
No, but is suspended in the mid-beck refoon( 2cm. above the l…
It's anchored by ligaments to the stupid process of the tempo…
Greater horn ... Lesser horn ... Body
Where does the hyoid bone locates?
Closely to the mandible and temporal bones.
22 terms
Anatomy & Phisiology
Anatomy
smooth er
rough er
centrioles
Study of structure
Synthesis of lipids, phospholipids and steroid sex hormones-h…
A network of interconnected membranous sacs in a eukaryotic c…
a minute cylindrical organelle near the nucleus in animal cel…
Anatomy
Study of structure
smooth er
Synthesis of lipids, phospholipids and steroid sex hormones-h…
38 terms
ANATOMY & PHISIOLOGY
THUMB
HAND
ANKLE
TOES
POLLEX
MANUAL
TARSAL
DIGITAL
THUMB
POLLEX
HAND
MANUAL
118 terms
Anatomy & Phisiology
abdominal
acromial
anatomy
antebrachial
pertaining to the abdomen
pertaining to the point of the shoulder
the study of body structure
pertaining to the forearm
abdominal
pertaining to the abdomen
acromial
pertaining to the point of the shoulder
40 terms
Anatomy & Phisiology
Abdominal
Ante-brachial
Ante-cubital
Axillary
anterior torso below diaphram
forearm
depressed area just in front of the elbow
armpit
Abdominal
anterior torso below diaphram
Ante-brachial
forearm
10 terms
Anatomy and Phisiology
Code Switching
Discourse
Cognitive Dissonance
Social Mobility
...
...
...
...
Code Switching
...
Discourse
...
Anatomy & Phisiology
articulate
facet
fissure
foramen
to form a joint
smooth flat articular surface
narrow slit
typically a "circular hole" though which vessels, nerves, or…
articulate
to form a joint
facet
smooth flat articular surface
Anatomy and Phisiology
Actin
Biceps Brachii
Deltoid
Endomysium
protein that forms together with myosin the contractile filam…
muscle having two points of attachment at one end, in particu…
large, triangular muscle covering the joint of the shoulder,…
the muscle, is a wispy layer of areolar connective tissue tha…
Actin
protein that forms together with myosin the contractile filam…
Biceps Brachii
muscle having two points of attachment at one end, in particu…
20 terms
Phisiology and Anatomy
elements
atoms
electrons
protons
A molecule composed of one kind of atom; cannot be broken int…
Building blocks of matter
Negative charge
Positive charge
elements
A molecule composed of one kind of atom; cannot be broken int…
atoms
Building blocks of matter
68 terms
Anatomy and Phisiology
Nervous System
3 functions of nervous system
Organization of nervous system
CNS
master controlling and communicating system in the body
1 Monitor Changes (also known as sensory input)... - nervosu sy…
CNS AND PNS
Central Nervous System... -brain and spinal cord... -found in dor…
Nervous System
master controlling and communicating system in the body
3 functions of nervous system
1 Monitor Changes (also known as sensory input)... - nervosu sy…
34 terms
Anatomy and Phisiology
Abdominal cavity
Cranial cavity
Middle ear cavity
Oral cavity
Stomach, liver, spleen, gallbladder, kidneys, and most of the…
Brain
Middle ear bones, anvil, hammer, and sturrup.
Teeth and tounge.
Abdominal cavity
Stomach, liver, spleen, gallbladder, kidneys, and most of the…
Cranial cavity
Brain
Anatomy and Phisiology
anatomy
physiology
irritability
metabolism
Study of structure
how they work
quality or state of being irritable
The chemical processes that occur within a living organism in…
anatomy
Study of structure
physiology
how they work
Anatomy and Phisiology
Abduction
Acetabulum
Adam's Apple
Adduction
Motion of the limb away from the midline
The depression on the lateral pelvis where its three componen…
The firm prominence in the upper part of the larynx formed by…
Motion of a limb toward the midline
Abduction
Motion of the limb away from the midline
Acetabulum
The depression on the lateral pelvis where its three componen…
Anatomy and Phisiology
Frontal
Buccal
Orbital
Nasal
Forehead
Cheek
Eye Cavity
Nose
Frontal
Forehead
Buccal
Cheek
Anatomy and Phisiology
Integumentary System
Skeletal System
Muscular System
Nervous System
Skin: Forms the external body covering potects deeper tissue…
Cartilages, Joint, bones: Protects and supports body organs;…
Skeletal muscles: Allows manipulation of the environment, loc…
Brain, Sensory receptors, Spinal cord, Nerves: Fast-Acting co…
Integumentary System
Skin: Forms the external body covering potects deeper tissue…
Skeletal System
Cartilages, Joint, bones: Protects and supports body organs;…
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