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10 terms
Anatomy & Physiology Word Parts (21-30)
erythr-
eu-
femor
fibulo
red
true, good
femur
fibula
erythr-
red
eu-
true, good
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Anatomy and Physiology Prefixes/Suffixes 21-30
carcino
cardio
carp
cata
cancer
heart
wrist
decomposition, down
carcino
cancer
cardio
heart
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Anatomy and Physiology Ch. 10 21-30
6, 2, 4, 5, 1, 3
muscle contraction.
M line.
sarcomere
Put the following structures in order from superficial to dee…
Interactions between actin and myosin filaments of the sarcom…
In a sarcomere, thick filaments are linked laterally by prote…
The repeating unit of a skeletal muscle fiber is the
6, 2, 4, 5, 1, 3
Put the following structures in order from superficial to dee…
muscle contraction.
Interactions between actin and myosin filaments of the sarcom…
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Anatomy and Physiology Ch. 11 21-30
zygomatic arch
move the muscle
skin of the chin
wrinkles the brow
The temporalis muscle passes through the
The auricularis acts to:
The mentalis muscle inserts on the:
Which of the following describe the action of the corrugator…
zygomatic arch
The temporalis muscle passes through the
move the muscle
The auricularis acts to:
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Anatomy and Physiology Ch. 10 21-30
6, 2, 4, 5, 1, 3
muscle contraction.
M line.
sarcomere
Put the following structures in order from superficial to dee…
Interactions between actin and myosin filaments of the sarcom…
In a sarcomere, thick filaments are linked laterally by prote…
The repeating unit of a skeletal muscle fiber is the
6, 2, 4, 5, 1, 3
Put the following structures in order from superficial to dee…
muscle contraction.
Interactions between actin and myosin filaments of the sarcom…
126 terms
MA EXAM - Anatomy & Physiology
hypogastric region
epigastric region
umbillical region
pubis
region below the navel
upper middle region below the sternum
the center most region which includes the umbilicus
one of the three sections of the hipbone
hypogastric region
region below the navel
epigastric region
upper middle region below the sternum
126 terms
MA NCCT - Anatomy & Physiology
hypogastric region
epigastric region
umbillical region
pubis
region below the navel
upper middle region below the sternum
the center most region which includes the umbilicus
one of the three sections of the hipbone
hypogastric region
region below the navel
epigastric region
upper middle region below the sternum
126 terms
MA NCCT - Anatomy & Physiology
hypogastric region
epigastric region
umbillical region
pubis
region below the navel
upper middle region below the sternum
the center most region which includes the umbilicus
one of the three sections of the hipbone
hypogastric region
region below the navel
epigastric region
upper middle region below the sternum
37 terms
MA: Anatomy and Physiology Review
Integumentary System
Integumentary System (listing)
Skeletal system
Muscular system
Protection against infection, dehydration, and houses sensory…
Temperature regulation, houses sensory receptors, secretes fl…
Supports the body, protects internal organs, serves as an att…
attachment point, maintains posture, maintains heat
Integumentary System
Protection against infection, dehydration, and houses sensory…
Integumentary System (listing)
Temperature regulation, houses sensory receptors, secretes fl…
474 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 21
hemodynamics
arteries
medium-sized, muscular arteries... small…
capillaries
study of the forces involved in circulating blood throughout…
blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart
large elastic arteries divide into ___________, which divide…
as arterioles branch into various tissues they become _______…
hemodynamics
study of the forces involved in circulating blood throughout…
arteries
blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart
Anatomy & Physiology MA Boards
Sebaceous glands, skin, hair, nails?
Heart, lymphatic organs, blood vessels?
Liver, stomach, mouth, pancreas?
Bladder, urethra, kidneys, ureters?
Integumentary
Cardiovascular
Digestive
Urinary
Sebaceous glands, skin, hair, nails?
Integumentary
Heart, lymphatic organs, blood vessels?
Cardiovascular
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MA Final- Anatomy and Physiology
The thoracic and abdominal cavities of…
The main tissue of the outer layer of…
The glands that are saclike in structu…
The portion of skeletal bone that manu…
diaphragm
epithelial
sebaceous
red bone marrow
The thoracic and abdominal cavities of…
diaphragm
The main tissue of the outer layer of…
epithelial
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Chapter 6 - Human Anatomy and Physiology (Pgs 21-30)
How many lumbar vertebrae are there? (…
These vertebrae are the larger and str…
The ______ is the triangular bone imme…
The sacrum is composed of five separat…
Five lumbar vertebrae (PG 21)
Lumbar vertebrae (PG 21)
Sacrum (PG 21)
18 and 30 (PG 21)
How many lumbar vertebrae are there? (…
Five lumbar vertebrae (PG 21)
These vertebrae are the larger and str…
Lumbar vertebrae (PG 21)
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MA REVIEW (ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY,TERMINOLOGY)
BODY CAVITIES
ATOM
CELL
THE 4 TYPES OF TISSUE
THORACIC, ABDOMINAL, SPINAL, CRANIAL, AND PELVIC
THE SMALL CHEMICAL UNIT OF MATTER
BASIC UNIT OF LIDE FOR BUILDING BLOCKS FOR TISSUES, ORGANS AN…
EPITHELIAL, CONNECTIVE, MUSCLE, NERVE
BODY CAVITIES
THORACIC, ABDOMINAL, SPINAL, CRANIAL, AND PELVIC
ATOM
THE SMALL CHEMICAL UNIT OF MATTER
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Anatomy & Physiology 21
Opsonization
T Lymphocytes/T Cells
B Lymphocytes/B Cells
Macrophages
the process by which pathogens are coated with opsonins, acce…
cells that mediate cellular immunity; include helper, cytotox…
oversee humoral immunity; their descendants differentiage int…
phagocytizes tissue cells, bacteria and other foreign debris;…
Opsonization
the process by which pathogens are coated with opsonins, acce…
T Lymphocytes/T Cells
cells that mediate cellular immunity; include helper, cytotox…
15 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 16-30
Auto-
Bi-
-blast
Brady-
Self
Two
Budding
Slow
Auto-
Self
Bi-
Two
MA Chapter 3 Anatomy and Physiology
cell membrane (cell structure)
cytoplasm (cell structure)
nucleus (cell structure)
DNA (genetic material)
controls passage of materials in and out of cell
liquid medium for chemical reactions
largest organelle, contains DNA; the nucleus is the control c…
deoxyribonucleic acid, carries genetic information that direc…
cell membrane (cell structure)
controls passage of materials in and out of cell
cytoplasm (cell structure)
liquid medium for chemical reactions
19 terms
MA Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology Module
What group of tissue has two types, so…
What is the study of the functions of…
In humans, how many chromosomes are in…
Which of the following best describes…
Connective
Physiology
46
The smallest structural units of living things
What group of tissue has two types, so…
Connective
What is the study of the functions of…
Physiology
10 terms
21-30 verbos Mas usados
Drink
Drive
Eat
Explain
Beber/tomar
Conducir/manejar
Comer
Explicar
Drink
Beber/tomar
Drive
Conducir/manejar
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MA TEST IV Anatomy and physiology
head
biceps brachii
brachial
pleurisy
The sphenoid bone is located in the
The muscle that flexes and supinates the forearm is called
The major artery that supplies the upper arm is called a
Inflammation of the pleura is called
head
The sphenoid bone is located in the
biceps brachii
The muscle that flexes and supinates the forearm is called
120 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 21
The tunica intima contains
The tunica media contains
Commonly, the thickest layer in a smal…
The tunica external is the
An endothelial lining and a surrounding layer of connective t…
Concentric sheets of smooth muscle tissue in a framework of l…
Tunica media
Connective tissue sheath forming the outermost layer of vessels
The tunica intima contains
An endothelial lining and a surrounding layer of connective t…
The tunica media contains
Concentric sheets of smooth muscle tissue in a framework of l…
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Anatomy & Physiology 30.4
Excretion
Skin
Lungs
Liver
Process by which metabolic wastes are eliminated to maintain…
Eliminates waste by secreting excess wastes through sweat: sa…
You exhale and carbon dioxide and small amounts of water vapo…
Converts potentially dangerous nitrogen wastes (toxic ammonia…
Excretion
Process by which metabolic wastes are eliminated to maintain…
Skin
Eliminates waste by secreting excess wastes through sweat: sa…
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Anatomy & Physiology 30.3
4 Phases of Digestion
2 Types of Digestion
Mechanical Digestion
Chemical Digestion
Ingestion, Digestion, Absorption, and Elimination
Mechanical & Chemical
The physical breakdown of large food into smaller pieces
Enzymes break down food into small molecules the body can use
4 Phases of Digestion
Ingestion, Digestion, Absorption, and Elimination
2 Types of Digestion
Mechanical & Chemical
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Anatomy & Physiology 30.1
Superior
Inferior
Anterior
Posterior
Top of the body, towards the head.
Bottom of the body, towards the feet.
Front of the body.
Back of the body.
Superior
Top of the body, towards the head.
Inferior
Bottom of the body, towards the feet.
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Anatomy and Physiology 21.2
Primary lymphatic structures
What are the primary lymphatic structu…
Secondary lymphatic structutres
What are the major secondary lymphatic…
Involved in the formation and maturation of lymphocytes
Red bone marrow and thymus
Serve to house both lymphocytes and other immune cells
Lymph nodes... Spleen... Tonsils... Lymphatic nodules ... MALT
Primary lymphatic structures
Involved in the formation and maturation of lymphocytes
What are the primary lymphatic structu…
Red bone marrow and thymus
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Anatomy and Physiology final (MA111)
myocardial infractions result from.
which of these covers the heart and th…
which of the following is the thickest…
the__is the thin and smooth and is the…
obstruction of blood to the heart muscle
pericardium
myocardium
endocardium
myocardial infractions result from.
obstruction of blood to the heart muscle
which of these covers the heart and th…
pericardium
29 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 1-30
An example of integration by the nervo…
Which of the following functions would…
The cell type most immediately affecte…
Which of the following neuroglial type…
The decision to go back for an umbrella
Secretion of salivary glands
Astrocyte
Ependymal cells
An example of integration by the nervo…
The decision to go back for an umbrella
Which of the following functions would…
Secretion of salivary glands
30 terms
1-30 anatomy and physiology
Homo
Cide
Bio
Inter
Same; man
To kill
Life
Between
Homo
Same; man
Cide
To kill
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Anatomy & Physiology Unit 6 (Ch 19-21)
ABO blood type
Aldosterone
Anastomosis
Anemia
The four different blood types - A, B, AB, and O. These are d…
"salt-retaining hormone" which promotes the retention of Na+…
Connection between two vessels that creates alternative pathw…
Any condition in which the blood has an abnormally low oxygen…
ABO blood type
The four different blood types - A, B, AB, and O. These are d…
Aldosterone
"salt-retaining hormone" which promotes the retention of Na+…
64 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 21.4
What are the two categories of seconda…
How do lymphatic organs and aggregates…
What are the lymphatic organs?
Location of aggregates of lymphatic no…
Lymphatic organs... Aggregates of lymphatic nodules
Complete capsule is present in lymphatic organs... Capsule is in…
Lymph nodes and spleen
Tonsils... MALT... Diffuse lymphatic nodules
What are the two categories of seconda…
Lymphatic organs... Aggregates of lymphatic nodules
How do lymphatic organs and aggregates…
Complete capsule is present in lymphatic organs... Capsule is in…
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Anatomy and Physiology 21.1
Lymphatic system
Lymph
Components of lymph
Metastasis
Composed of lymph vessels and lymphatic tissues and organs
Fluid transported within lymph vessels... Originates as intersti…
Water... Dissolved solutes... A small amount of protein... Foreign mat…
Cancerous cells that establish secondary tumors in other loca…
Lymphatic system
Composed of lymph vessels and lymphatic tissues and organs
Lymph
Fluid transported within lymph vessels... Originates as intersti…
120 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 21
The tunica intima contains
The tunica media contains
Commonly, the thickest layer in a smal…
The tunica external is the
An endothelial lining and a surrounding layer of connective t…
Concentric sheets of smooth muscle tissue in a framework of l…
Tunica media
Connective tissue sheath forming the outermost layer of vessels
The tunica intima contains
An endothelial lining and a surrounding layer of connective t…
The tunica media contains
Concentric sheets of smooth muscle tissue in a framework of l…
32 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 21.2
barriers
skin
sweat
saliva
What are always working to protect us?
What is the primary barrier?
What lowers pH, contains toxic lipids, and washes away bacter…
What has lysosomes to eat away cell walls of bacteria?
barriers
What are always working to protect us?
skin
What is the primary barrier?
12 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 21.3
Hemopoiesis
What are the formed elements?
What spongy bones in adults have red b…
T-lymphocytes
Production of formed elements in the blood
Erythrocytes... Platelets... Granulocytes... A granulocytes
Flat bones of the skull... Vertebrae... Ribs... Sternum... Ossa coxae... Pri…
Immune cell that matures in the thymus gland
Hemopoiesis
Production of formed elements in the blood
What are the formed elements?
Erythrocytes... Platelets... Granulocytes... A granulocytes
Anatomy 21-30
arter
arthro
asis, asia
astro
(arteria) artery: arterial
(arthros) joint: arthroscopy
(asis) state, condition: homeostasis
(aster) star: astrocyte
arter
(arteria) artery: arterial
arthro
(arthros) joint: arthroscopy
10 terms
Anatomy 21-30
All(o)
Ambi
Amni
Amph ... Amphi
Denoting something as different, or as an addition
Denoting something as positioned on both sides; describing bo…
Pertaining to the membranous fetal sac
On both sides
All(o)
Denoting something as different, or as an addition
Ambi
Denoting something as positioned on both sides; describing bo…
48 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 10/30
Name 2 places in the body elastic cart…
What type of collagen is elastic carti…
what type of collagen does articular c…
Name 4 places where fibrocartilage is…
The ear and epiglottis
type 2
type 2
the pubic symphasis, miniscus, joints and ligaments, TMJ
Name 2 places in the body elastic cart…
The ear and epiglottis
What type of collagen is elastic carti…
type 2
10 terms
Anatomy Prefixes: 21-30
Carcino-
Cardio-
Carp-
Cata-
Cancer
Heart
Wrist
Decomposition
Carcino-
Cancer
Cardio-
Heart
10 terms
Anatomy prefix 21-30
Carcin
Cardi
Carp
Centesis
Cancer
Heart
Wrist
Surgical puncture
Carcin
Cancer
Cardi
Heart
(30) Hepatobiliary Physiology and Anatomy
Functions of the liver:
What divides the L and R lobes of the…
What is the blood supply to the liver?
What feeds the portal vein?
biotransformation ... synthesis ... immunity ... metabolism ... storage
falciform ligament in the front... round ligament in the back
Dual blood supply ... hepatic artery (20%)- oxygenated blood fr…
Mesenteric veins, splenic veins, gastric-epiploic veins drain…
Functions of the liver:
biotransformation ... synthesis ... immunity ... metabolism ... storage
What divides the L and R lobes of the…
falciform ligament in the front... round ligament in the back
10 terms
Anatomy RW 21-30
Anti-
Aort-
ap, api-
append-
against
great artory
extremity
to hang
Anti-
against
Aort-
great artory
10 terms
Anatomy Roots 21-30
Carcin-
Cardi-
Carp-
-centisis
Cancer
Heart
Wrist
Surgical Puncture
Carcin-
Cancer
Cardi-
Heart
50 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Ch. 21
Antigen
Immune system
Innate immune system
Adaptive immune system
any substance (molecule) that provokes immune response
biological structures that protect organism from infectious d…
Response is non-specific... Exposure leads to immediate maximal…
Pathogen and antigen specific response... Lag time between expos…
Antigen
any substance (molecule) that provokes immune response
Immune system
biological structures that protect organism from infectious d…
19 terms
Lecture 30: Anatomy and Physiology
Hierarchy of structure
4 major tissues in animals
Homeostasis
How is homeostasis achieved?
- Cells... - Tissues... - Organ... - Organ systems
1. Connective tissue: relative loosely arranged in extracellu…
Maintaining relatively constant chemical and physical conditi…
1. Conformation: internal state matches external, EX: marine…
Hierarchy of structure
- Cells... - Tissues... - Organ... - Organ systems
4 major tissues in animals
1. Connective tissue: relative loosely arranged in extracellu…
97 terms
MA EXAM test review Anatomy / Physiology
Integumentary
Cardiovascular
Digestive
Urinary
The sebaceous glands, skin, hair & nails make up the ___?___…
The heart, lymphatic organs & blood vessels are in the ___?__…
The liver, stomach, mouth & pancreas are in the ___?___ system.
The bladder, urethra, kidneys & ureters are in the ___?___ sy…
Integumentary
The sebaceous glands, skin, hair & nails make up the ___?___…
Cardiovascular
The heart, lymphatic organs & blood vessels are in the ___?__…
30 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Ch. 21
amenorrhea
areola
artificial insemination
Bartholin's glands
absence of menstruation
pigmented ring around nipple; any small space in tissue
procedure in which semen is placed in vagina by means of cann…
mucous glands at opening of vagina
amenorrhea
absence of menstruation
areola
pigmented ring around nipple; any small space in tissue
Anatomy & Physiology #21-40
di-
dis-
-dynia
dys-
double;twice
separation
pain
abnormal
di-
double;twice
dis-
separation
82 terms
Anatomy and Physiology- Chapter 21
Uropygial (preen) gland
Beak
Claws
Feathers
A gland that is located at the upper base of the tail. Preeni…
A derivative of the skin that is the upper and lower mandible…
Horny sheath derived from specialized scales at the end of ea…
Outgrowths of skin that are made from protein. Functions incl…
Uropygial (preen) gland
A gland that is located at the upper base of the tail. Preeni…
Beak
A derivative of the skin that is the upper and lower mandible…
32 terms
Anatomy and physiology lab 30
transportation
heart
within the mediastinum aka medial cavi…
heart
what is the major function of the cardiovascular system?
what is cone shaped and the size of a fist?
where is the heart located?
what is pointed apex and broad based?
transportation
what is the major function of the cardiovascular system?
heart
what is cone shaped and the size of a fist?
542 terms
MA review ch. 3 Anatomy & Physiology
Anatomy
Physiology
Cell
Cell Membrane
the branch of science that focuses on the structure of organi…
The branch of science that focuses on the function sand activ…
The basic structural unit of all organisms. Cells have three…
A bilayer of phospholipid and protein molecules that controls…
Anatomy
the branch of science that focuses on the structure of organi…
Physiology
The branch of science that focuses on the function sand activ…
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