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Skeletal System Physiology Practice
central, vertical axis of the body, in…
all bones of the upper and lower limbs…
long bone
short bone
axial skeleton
appendicular skeleton
central, vertical axis of the body, in…
axial skeleton
all bones of the upper and lower limbs…
appendicular skeleton
Physiology Practical 1 Cardiovascular System
Abdominal Aorta
Anterior Tibial
Axillary
Brachial
Abdominal Aorta
Anterior Tibial
Physiology practical: Cardiovascular system
What is the main function of the heart?
atrioventricular valves
semilunar valves
pectinate muscle
transport oxygen and nutrients (arterial blood) to the tissue…
tricuspid and bicuspid
pulmonary valve and aortic valve
honeycomb shape in right atrium
What is the main function of the heart?
transport oxygen and nutrients (arterial blood) to the tissue…
atrioventricular valves
tricuspid and bicuspid
23 terms
urinary system physiology practical
glomerulus
Proximal convoluted Tubule (PCT)
Loop of Henle
distal convoluted tubule (DCT)
site of filtrate production
site of active and passive reabsorption
site of water and salt conservation
site of variable reabsorption, active secretion
glomerulus
site of filtrate production
Proximal convoluted Tubule (PCT)
site of active and passive reabsorption
20 terms
Lab Practical 4 - Reproductive System Physiology
Primary Follicles
Ovarian Ligament
Medulla
Corpus Luteum
Primary Follicles
Ovarian Ligament
41 terms
Practical 37A Respiratory System Physiology
What is the definition of inspiration
Name the inspiratory muscles in quite…
Summarize the process of inspiration a…
What is the definition of expiration
Air taken into the lungs. Breathing in. to inhale
External Intercostals and diaphragm.
As the inspiratory muscles contract the size of the thoracic…
Air passes out of the lungs. Breathing out. To exhale
What is the definition of inspiration
Air taken into the lungs. Breathing in. to inhale
Name the inspiratory muscles in quite…
External Intercostals and diaphragm.
5 terms
Practical 4 Respiratory System Physiology
tidal volume
expiratory reserve volume
inspiratory reserve volume
vital capacity
among of air exchanged with each breath during normal, quiet…
volume of air that may be expired after tidal respiration
amount of air that may be inspired after tidal respiration
total amount of exchangeable air that moves in and out of lungs
tidal volume
among of air exchanged with each breath during normal, quiet…
expiratory reserve volume
volume of air that may be expired after tidal respiration
36 terms
Anatomy & Physiology (Organ Systems practice)
cardiovascular
nervous
digestive
cardiovascular
Identify the system this organ belongs to.
Identify the system this organ belongs to.
Identify the system this organ belongs to.
Identify the system this organ belongs to.
cardiovascular
Identify the system this organ belongs to.
nervous
Identify the system this organ belongs to.
109 terms
Anatomy & Physiology 1 Skeletal System Practical
Scapula
Glenoid fossa
Coracoid process
Acromion
Scapula
Glenoid fossa
Practical #6: Physiology of the Respiratory System
What is the purpose of the respiratory…
What are the 3 phases of respiration?
______________ is movement of air into…
________________ is exchange of gases…
To bring in fresh atmospheric air that is supposed to bring i…
1. Pulmonary Ventilation... 2. External Respiration... 3. Internal…
Pulmonary ventilation
External Respiration
What is the purpose of the respiratory…
To bring in fresh atmospheric air that is supposed to bring i…
What are the 3 phases of respiration?
1. Pulmonary Ventilation... 2. External Respiration... 3. Internal…
Practical Anatomy and Physiology of the Vestibular System
the inner represents head movement in…
where in the skull is the vest system…
how many structures are contained in e…
what are the 5 structures of the labyr…
3
petrous portion of the temporal bone
5
3 semicicular canals ... 2 otolith organs
the inner represents head movement in…
3
where in the skull is the vest system…
petrous portion of the temporal bone
a&p practical 2 - respiratory system (physiology)
pulmonary ventilation
atmospheric pressure
intrapulmonary pressure
boyle's law
the movement of air into and out of the lungs. governed by pr…
the air in the atmosphere
air in the airways
the pressure of a gas, in a closed container at constant temp…
pulmonary ventilation
the movement of air into and out of the lungs. governed by pr…
atmospheric pressure
the air in the atmosphere
Anatomy & Physiology Practical II - Skeletal Muscle System
Pectoralis Major
Trapezius
sternocleidomastoid
temporalis
adducts shoulder
move scapula, rotate shoulder
flex/turn neck
elevate mandible/close jaw
Pectoralis Major
adducts shoulder
Trapezius
move scapula, rotate shoulder
44 terms
Physiological System Practice Quiz 1
Cholinergic Synapses release the neuro…
The falling phase of the action potent…
A receptor potential is
Cold receptors have been shown to resp…
Acetylcholine
K+ flow out of the cell. ... positive to negative.
A graded potential
Menthol
Cholinergic Synapses release the neuro…
Acetylcholine
The falling phase of the action potent…
K+ flow out of the cell. ... positive to negative.
Anatomy & Physiology Endocrine System Practice
Which system produces chemical messeng…
Growth hormone:
The hormone that stimulates follicle d…
Which one of the following is NOT a fu…
endocrine system
promotes growth in long bones and skeletal muscles
follicle-stimulating hormone
stimulation of menstruation
Which system produces chemical messeng…
endocrine system
Growth hormone:
promotes growth in long bones and skeletal muscles
160 terms
Anatomy&physiology 1 - practical (musculoskeletal system)
Functions of bones
Long bone
Articulation
Cavities/depressions
*support (shape and form)... storage (minerals: Ca2+,PO4*3-;…
Longer than it is wide
Joint between two bones
Fossa... Foramen... Meatus, canal... Sinus, antrum
Functions of bones
*support (shape and form)... storage (minerals: Ca2+,PO4*3-;…
Long bone
Longer than it is wide
Muscular system practical final exam (Anatomy and Physiology)
orbicularis oris
orbicularis oculi
masseter
sternocleidomastoid
the kissing muscle
the winking muscle, produces blinking and squinting
prime mover of jaw closure, elevates mandible
prime mover of active head flexion
orbicularis oris
the kissing muscle
orbicularis oculi
the winking muscle, produces blinking and squinting
Physiological Systems II Final practice
What immune cells are effective at kil…
What are the three amigos of inflammat…
what characteristic of adaptive immuni…
Which innate immune cell is considered…
Eosinophils
IL-1B, TNF-a, and IL-6
Clonal expansion
Neutrophil
What immune cells are effective at kil…
Eosinophils
What are the three amigos of inflammat…
IL-1B, TNF-a, and IL-6
171 terms
Honors Anatomy and Physiology: Skeletal System Practical (Chapter 7-8)
Ethmoid Bone
Cribriform Plate
Frontal Bone
Glabella
Ethmoid Bone
Cribriform Plate
39 terms
Physiology Practical
Fibrocartilage
spine
cushion
Stratified Cuboidal Epithelium
Fibrocartilage location
Fibrocartilage function
Fibrocartilage
spine
Fibrocartilage location
33 terms
Anatomy and Physiology - Cat Digestive System Practical
Liver
Left lobe
Right Lobe
Caudate
stores and filters blood, secretion of bile, converts sugar i…
...
...
...
Liver
stores and filters blood, secretion of bile, converts sugar i…
Left lobe
...
25 terms
Anatomy & Physiology II Lab Practical Study: Endocrine System
liver
Spleen
Ovary
Testis
2.
3.
7.
8.
liver
2.
Spleen
3.
Lab Practical 2-Nervous System Physiology
Name 6 Muscles attached to exterior su…
medial rectus
lateral rectus
cranial rectus
Medial rectus... lateral rectus... cranial rectus... caudal rectus... cra…
muscle turns eye toward nose (adducts)
muscle turns eye away from nose (abducts)
muscle turns eye up with a slight rotation toward the nose
Name 6 Muscles attached to exterior su…
Medial rectus... lateral rectus... cranial rectus... caudal rectus... cra…
medial rectus
muscle turns eye toward nose (adducts)
70 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Skeletal System Practice Test
Blood cell formation is called _____... _…
__________ are giant cells that destro…
Cube shaped bones that contain mostly…
The disease in children whose diets la…
hematopoiesis
Osteoclasts
short
rickets
Blood cell formation is called _____... _…
hematopoiesis
__________ are giant cells that destro…
Osteoclasts
Bio 162 practical: immune system anatomy and physiology
A complex and versatile defense system…
molecules that are capable of activati…
The 2 parts of immune system
innate immune system (nonspecific immu…
immune system
antigens
innate immunity and adaptive immunity
1st
A complex and versatile defense system…
immune system
molecules that are capable of activati…
antigens
Anatomy & Physiology 2 Final Practical - Endocrine System
Posterior Pituitary Gland
Anterior Pituitary Gland
Thyroid Gland
Parathyroid Gland
-Oxytocin (OH)... -ADH
-Growth Hormone... -Prolactin... -Thyroid Stimulating Hormone... -Adre…
-T3-T4... -Calcitonin
Parathyroid Hormone
Posterior Pituitary Gland
-Oxytocin (OH)... -ADH
Anterior Pituitary Gland
-Growth Hormone... -Prolactin... -Thyroid Stimulating Hormone... -Adre…
13 terms
physiology: reproductive system: hormones: target practice test
GnRH
FSH
LH
estrogen
A.P.
ovary - primary follicle
ovary - graafian follicle & corpus luteum
cells of body(sex organs particularly) vagina, uterus, & ovar…
GnRH
A.P.
FSH
ovary - primary follicle
Anatomy and Physiology Lab Practical 1: Organ Systems
Integumentary
Skeletal
Muscular
Nervous
skin... hair... nails... sweat/oil glands
bones... cartilages... ligaments
skeletal muscles
BRAIN... SPINAL CORD... nerves
Integumentary
skin... hair... nails... sweat/oil glands
Skeletal
bones... cartilages... ligaments
78 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Practical exam 1
Lambdoidal suture
Sagittal suture
Squamosal suture
Coronal suture
Posterior side of the skull
Superior side of the skull
Lateral side of the skull
Anterior side of the skull
Lambdoidal suture
Posterior side of the skull
Sagittal suture
Superior side of the skull
Physiology practical
adipose; breasts
areolar; under skin, blood vessels
skeletal tissue: bicep, gluteus maximus
dense regular; tendons, ligaments
What is this tissue and where is it located in the body?
What is this tissue and where is it located in the body?
What is this tissue and where is it located in the body?
What is this tissue and where is it located in the body? (typ…
adipose; breasts
What is this tissue and where is it located in the body?
areolar; under skin, blood vessels
What is this tissue and where is it located in the body?
111 terms
Physiology Practical
SOMATIC REFLEXES
TESTS FOR SPINAL REFLEXES
INITIATING SUPERFICIAL CORD REFLEXES
Learned responses are not
includes all reflexes that involve stimulation of skeletal mu…
Somatic reflexes mediated by the spinal cord are called spina…
These type of reflexes result from temperature changes and pa…
not innate reflex responses, thus require information process…
SOMATIC REFLEXES
includes all reflexes that involve stimulation of skeletal mu…
TESTS FOR SPINAL REFLEXES
Somatic reflexes mediated by the spinal cord are called spina…
6 terms
Physiology Practical
ECG
ECG 2
ECG 3
ECG 4
ECG
ECG 2
Anatomy and Physiology Skeletal System Practice Test
Blood cell formation is called _____... _…
__________ are giant cells that destro…
Cube shaped bones that contain mostly…
The disease in children whose diets la…
hematopoiesis
Osteoclasts
short
rickets
Blood cell formation is called _____... _…
hematopoiesis
__________ are giant cells that destro…
Osteoclasts
34 terms
Nervous System Practical (Ch.7 Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology)
Cell Body
Dendriate
Sulcus
Gyrus
Contains most of a neuron's organelles and its nucleus.
The fingers of a neuron.
Narrow groove in the brain
A ridged or raised portion of a convoluted brain surface.
Cell Body
Contains most of a neuron's organelles and its nucleus.
Dendriate
The fingers of a neuron.
22 terms
Anatomy & Physiology Lab: Practical 1 Practice - Organ Systems
Major Components of the Integumentary…
Main Function of the Integumentary Sys…
Major Components of the Skeletal System
Main Function of the Skeletal System
Skin
Protects internal organs... Aids in body temperature regulation
Bone... Joints... Tendons... Ligaments... Cartilage
Body support... Protection for internal organs... Levers for muscul…
Major Components of the Integumentary…
Skin
Main Function of the Integumentary Sys…
Protects internal organs... Aids in body temperature regulation
Anatomy & Physiology Practical 2 - Vessels of the Body & Lymphatic System
anterior tibial vein
axillary vein
azygos vein
basilic vein
vein that runs along the front of the tibia
vein that comes out of armpit
vein that runs along back and connects superior and inferior…
vein that runs along medial humerus
anterior tibial vein
vein that runs along the front of the tibia
axillary vein
vein that comes out of armpit
70 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Skeletal System Practice Test
Blood cell formation is called _____... _…
__________ are giant cells that destro…
Cube shaped bones that contain mostly…
The disease in children whose diets la…
hematopoiesis
Osteoclasts
short
rickets
Blood cell formation is called _____... _…
hematopoiesis
__________ are giant cells that destro…
Osteoclasts
22 terms
Anatomy & Physiology Lab: Practical 1 Practice - Organ Systems
Major Components of the Integumentary…
Main Function of the Integumentary Sys…
Major Components of the Skeletal System
Main Function of the Skeletal System
Skin
Protects internal organs... Aids in body temperature regulation
Bone... Joints... Tendons... Ligaments... Cartilage
Body support... Protection for internal organs... Levers for muscul…
Major Components of the Integumentary…
Skin
Main Function of the Integumentary Sys…
Protects internal organs... Aids in body temperature regulation
200 terms
SSC - Anatomy Physiology II - Lab Practical 3 (Digestive and Reproductive Systems)
Cortex of Lymph Node
Medulla of Lymph Node
Hilum of Lymph Node
Lymph Node
A
B
Yellow Highlighted Area
Entire Structure
Cortex of Lymph Node
A
Medulla of Lymph Node
B
Physiology practical
Hb count in male
Hb count in female
Device used to measure the Hb
Product of acid and blood
14-18g/dl
12-16g/dl
Hemoglobinometer (Sahle)
Acid hematin
Hb count in male
14-18g/dl
Hb count in female
12-16g/dl
Biology 226 LAB - Anatomy + Physiology of Reproductive System - PRACTICAL EXAM
Function of the Reproductive System
Male and Female Gonads are what 2 type…
Endocrine Glands produce and secrete _…
Exocrine Glands produce and release _…
Perpetuate the Species
Exocrine and Endocrine
Testosterone, Estrogen, and Progesterone
Ova and Sperm
Function of the Reproductive System
Perpetuate the Species
Male and Female Gonads are what 2 type…
Exocrine and Endocrine
16 terms
Skeletal System Physiology
osteocyte
compact bone
yellow marrow
bone
a mature bone cell
hard, dense bone tissue that is found in the diaphysis of a l…
fatty tissue found in the medullary cavity of most adult long…
most rigid component of the skeletal system
osteocyte
a mature bone cell
compact bone
hard, dense bone tissue that is found in the diaphysis of a l…
150 terms
Anatomy/Physiology Practical #1
Superior
Inferior
Anterior
Posterior
Toward the head end or upper part of a structure or the body;…
Away from the head end or toward the lower part of a structur…
Toward or at the front of the body; in front of
Toward or at the back of the body; behind
Superior
Toward the head end or upper part of a structure or the body;…
Inferior
Away from the head end or toward the lower part of a structur…
Cardiovascular System Lab Practical
Pectoralis major
Pectoralis minor
Deltoid
Biceps brachii
Fan-shaped... Forms anterior axillary fold... Forms the deltopector…
Lies in anterior wall of the axilla where it is almost entire…
Covers the shoulder and forms a rounded shoulder... 3 heads act…
Two Heads ... Arise at the scapula and inserts on the radius... FLE…
Pectoralis major
Fan-shaped... Forms anterior axillary fold... Forms the deltopector…
Pectoralis minor
Lies in anterior wall of the axilla where it is almost entire…
67 terms
physiology practical
paired vs unpaired t test
conclusion based on t test
interpreting R^2 value
can read through red blood cell tube
-use paired when comparing before and after... -comparing differ…
mean A is significantly different than mean B because *mechan…
% of the variation in y that can be predicted by change in x
hemolysis occured and solution outside is hypotonic
paired vs unpaired t test
-use paired when comparing before and after... -comparing differ…
conclusion based on t test
mean A is significantly different than mean B because *mechan…
Nervous System Lab Practical
sheep cerebrum
sheep cerebellum
sheep pons
sheep medulla
sheep cerebrum
sheep cerebellum
26 terms
Physiology Practical
How many bones in the appendicular ske…
How many bones in the pectoral girdle
How many bones in the upper limbs
How many bones in the lower limbs
126
4
60
60
How many bones in the appendicular ske…
126
How many bones in the pectoral girdle
4
40 terms
The Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology: Chapter 13 Practice Test (The Respiratory System)
Air in the conducting zone airways tha…
Air in the larynx on its way to the lu…
Air must pass through this slit-like o…
Each of the following is directly conn…
dead space volume... Dead space volume is air in the conducting…
Trachea.
Glottis.
trachea
Air in the conducting zone airways tha…
dead space volume... Dead space volume is air in the conducting…
Air in the larynx on its way to the lu…
Trachea.
Physiology Practical
Placenta Classifications:
Diffuse-
Cotyledonary-
Zonary-
-Diffuse... -Cotyledonary... -Zonary... -Discoid
villi scattered over entire chorion (pig, horse)
cotyledons well spaced rosettes (cow, ewe)
girdle like band middle of chronic sac (dog, cat)
Placenta Classifications:
-Diffuse... -Cotyledonary... -Zonary... -Discoid
Diffuse-
villi scattered over entire chorion (pig, horse)
12 terms
Physiology Practical
Olfactory
Optic
Oculomotor
Trochlear
One; testing smell-eyes closed, wave a non-irritating smell u…
Two; ask the athlete to look and read something-check pupil r…
Three; check for eye movement-follow the H (constricts)
Four; check for eye motion-follow the H (superior oblique)
Olfactory
One; testing smell-eyes closed, wave a non-irritating smell u…
Optic
Two; ask the athlete to look and read something-check pupil r…
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