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5 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Week 4 (pages 29-38)
What are the contents of the Vertebral…
What are the contents of the Vertebral…
What are the contents of the Vertebral…
What are the contents of the Vertebral…
Spinal Cord
Meninges
Vessels
Adipose Tissue
What are the contents of the Vertebral…
Spinal Cord
What are the contents of the Vertebral…
Meninges
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The Nervous System
2 important functions of the spinal cord
structure of the spinal cord
general structure of a nerve
origin and fiber composition of ventra…
provides a 2-way conduction pathway to and from the brain; ma…
...
...
2 important functions of the spinal cord
provides a 2-way conduction pathway to and from the brain; ma…
structure of the spinal cord
19 termscreated on January 17, 2017
skeletal system
spongy bone
articular cartilage
osteoblast
ephyseal growth plate and line
honeycomb structure with arches and open spaces
smooth, slippery surface that decreases friction at joint sur…
building new bone
first growth plate-after puberty line... --long bones of body st…
spongy bone
honeycomb structure with arches and open spaces
articular cartilage
smooth, slippery surface that decreases friction at joint sur…
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Anatomy: Midterm Numbers
Adult bones
Bones in vertebral column
Facial bones
Cranial bones
206
26
14
8
Adult bones
206
Bones in vertebral column
26
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Anatomy
Dura mater
3
It inflames(swells)
Oxidizes blood
What is the outermost layer of the meninges
How many layers does the meninges consist of
How does the meningitis affect the coverings of the brain and…
Which of the following is not a function of the cerbrospinal…
Dura mater
What is the outermost layer of the meninges
3
How many layers does the meninges consist of
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Nervous System: Central Nervous System
bones, meninges, fluid
meninges
Three meninges
meningitis
What protects the CNS?
membranes that protect the brain and spinal cord
dura mater, arachnoid mater, pia mater
inflammation of the covering of the brain and spinal cord, an…
bones, meninges, fluid
What protects the CNS?
meninges
membranes that protect the brain and spinal cord
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Vocab 7 Anatomy Quiz 1
Nervous System
Sensory Input
Integration
Motor Input
the master is the master controlling and communicating system…
The gathered information from the stimuli.
The process where it process and interprets the sensory input…
What effects or causes a response by activating muscles or gl…
Nervous System
the master is the master controlling and communicating system…
Sensory Input
The gathered information from the stimuli.
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anatomy of the brain
Limbic system
Hippocanipus
Thalamus
Cerebellum
emotional brain bus it plays a role in a range of emotions
is associated w/memory and play an important role in a spatia…
contributes to motor functions,plays a role in consciousness,…
maintains equilibrium and balance, regulates posture and and…
Limbic system
emotional brain bus it plays a role in a range of emotions
Hippocanipus
is associated w/memory and play an important role in a spatia…
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Anatomy & Physiology: The Nervous System Part 2 Vocabulary 3
Diencephalon
Thalamus
Hypothalamus
Limbic System
Sits on the brain stem and is enclosed by the hemispheres.
The relay station for sensory impulses passing to sensory cor…
Attached to the pituitary gland and regulating the limbic sys…
Emotions
Diencephalon
Sits on the brain stem and is enclosed by the hemispheres.
Thalamus
The relay station for sensory impulses passing to sensory cor…
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Anatomy of the Brain
What are the four major parts of the b…
What makes up the brain stem
What is part of the limbic system?
What makes up the diencephalon
Brain stem, dienchphalon, cerebrum, and cerebellum
the midbrain, medulla oblongat and pons
amygdala, hippocampus, and the olfactory system
the pineal gland, thalamus and the hypothalamus
What are the four major parts of the b…
Brain stem, dienchphalon, cerebrum, and cerebellum
What makes up the brain stem
the midbrain, medulla oblongat and pons
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Exam 1 Neurobio Maddie
Galen (AD 130-200)
Vesalius (1514-1564)
Rene Descartes
Hippocrates
Dissected sheep brains & coined terms cerebrum (sensation) an…
Founder of modern human anatomy
Reflexes in nervous system
Greek scholar who hypothesized that the brain was the center…
Galen (AD 130-200)
Dissected sheep brains & coined terms cerebrum (sensation) an…
Vesalius (1514-1564)
Founder of modern human anatomy
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Nervous System
Central Nervous System
peripheral nervous system
somatic nervous system
autonomic nervous system
brain and spinal chord
everything but brain and spinal chord
PNS
PNS
Central Nervous System
brain and spinal chord
peripheral nervous system
everything but brain and spinal chord
443 termscreated on January 17, 2017
anatomy midterm
gross anatomy
microscopic anatomy
physiology
homeostasis
study of body parts visible to the naked eye
specialized anatomist including study of cells (cytology) and…
study of functions of the living organism and its parts
"staying the same"
gross anatomy
study of body parts visible to the naked eye
microscopic anatomy
specialized anatomist including study of cells (cytology) and…
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Cavities and Regions
dorsal cavity
cranial cavity
vertebral cavity
ventral cavity
contains cranial and vertebral cavity
contains brain
contains spinal chord
contains thoracic cavity and abdominopelvic cavity
dorsal cavity
contains cranial and vertebral cavity
cranial cavity
contains brain
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Body Membranes
membranes
epithelial membranes
cutaneous (skin)
serous membrane (serosa)
thin tissue layers that cover surfaces, line cavities, and di…
cutaneous, serous, mucus
primary organ of integumentary system, one of most important…
...
membranes
thin tissue layers that cover surfaces, line cavities, and di…
epithelial membranes
cutaneous, serous, mucus
36 termscreated on January 17, 2017
A&P- Characteristics of Life and Levels of Organization
autopoiesis
cell theory
metabolism
responsiveness
"self making"
independent structure made up of one or more microscopic unit…
sum total of all physical and chemical reactions in the body
sense, monitor, and respond to changes in external and intern…
autopoiesis
"self making"
cell theory
independent structure made up of one or more microscopic unit…
43 termscreated on January 17, 2017
A&P mid
gross anatomy
microscopic anatomy
physiology
homeostasis
study of body parts visible to the naked eye
specialized anatomist including study of cells (cytology) and…
study of functions of the living organism and its parts
"staying the same"
gross anatomy
study of body parts visible to the naked eye
microscopic anatomy
specialized anatomist including study of cells (cytology) and…
15 termscreated on January 17, 2017
IHO anatomy planes of the body
Body planes
Transverse plane
Superior
Inferior
Imaginary lines drawn through the body at various points to s…
Horizontal plane that divides body into a top & a bottom half
Body parts above other parts in the transverse plane
Body parts below other parts on the transverse plane
Body planes
Imaginary lines drawn through the body at various points to s…
Transverse plane
Horizontal plane that divides body into a top & a bottom half
40 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Chapter One A&P Study Guide
What is anatomy the study of?
what is physiology the study of?
In physiology, ________ can also be st…
what are the 6 basic levels of an orga…
the body's structure and the relationships between structure…
body functions
processes
Chemical, cell, tissue, organ, organ system, organism
What is anatomy the study of?
the body's structure and the relationships between structure…
what is physiology the study of?
body functions
35 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Human Body in Health and Disease, pt.1
4 descriptions of anatomical position
study of functions of these structures…
study of structures of the body (names…
lengthwise plane that divides the body…
1) standing... 2) facing towards you... 3) arms @ their side... 4) pal…
Physiology
Anatomy
midsagittal
4 descriptions of anatomical position
1) standing... 2) facing towards you... 3) arms @ their side... 4) pal…
study of functions of these structures…
Physiology
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Anatomy Terms
Anterior
rostral
posterior
medial
Front
front
back
towards center
Anterior
Front
rostral
front
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Anatomy
The different kinds of nucleic acids i…
One atom stealing electrons away from…
Monosaccharides
T/f- hydrogen bonds are important bc t…
DNA&RNA
Ionic bond
Glucose,galactose,fructose
True
The different kinds of nucleic acids i…
DNA&RNA
One atom stealing electrons away from…
Ionic bond
53 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Human Anatomy Ch 1
What is anatomy?
What is physiology?
What are the levels of organization fr…
What is histology?
the study of the structure and shape of the body and its parts
study of how the body and its parts work and function
atoms --> cells --> tissues --> organs --> organ systems -->…
the study of cells
What is anatomy?
the study of the structure and shape of the body and its parts
What is physiology?
study of how the body and its parts work and function
32 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Anatomy Chapter 8 Study Guide Terms
axon
brain stem
cell body
central nervous system
process of a neuron that conducts nerve impulses away from th…
portion of the brain that includes the midbrain, pons, and me…
portion of a nerve cell that include a cytoplasmic mass and a…
brain and spinal cord
axon
process of a neuron that conducts nerve impulses away from th…
brain stem
portion of the brain that includes the midbrain, pons, and me…
46 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Anatomy 2 week 1
Cerebrum
Diencephalon
Brain stem
Cerebellum
wrinkly top portion of the brain
central region of the brain
extension from brain to spinal cord
back of brain
Cerebrum
wrinkly top portion of the brain
Diencephalon
central region of the brain
40 termscreated on January 17, 2017
CSD 331 Basics of Anatomy
anatomy
developmental anatomy
gross anatomy
microscopic anatomy
the study of the structure of an organism
deals with development of the organism from conception to adu…
studies structures visible w/o the aid of a microscope ... **gr…
examines structures not visible to the naked eye ... **think mi…
anatomy
the study of the structure of an organism
developmental anatomy
deals with development of the organism from conception to adu…
22 termscreated on January 17, 2017
The Vertebral Column
The vertebral column
What are the two primary curvatures an…
What are the two secondary curvatures…
What are the kinds of vertebrae and ho…
has 26 vertebrae; 4 curvatures -> 2 primary, 2 secondary
before birth; thoracic and sacral
after birth; cervical and lumbar
- cervical: 7... - thoracic: 12... - lumbar: 5... - sacrum: 5 fused in…
The vertebral column
has 26 vertebrae; 4 curvatures -> 2 primary, 2 secondary
What are the two primary curvatures an…
before birth; thoracic and sacral
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Steps of a Muscle Contraction
Step 1
step 2
step 3
step 4
the brain or spinal cord sends an impulse to the muscle
the impulse travels down the motor neuron and reaches a nuero…
the impulse travels through the plasma membrane (sarcolemma)…
as the impulse passes though the T tubules, it causes the sar…
Step 1
the brain or spinal cord sends an impulse to the muscle
step 2
the impulse travels down the motor neuron and reaches a nuero…
29 termscreated on January 17, 2017
A & P
Study of how disease occurs
Cells of the same type join together
Tissues joined together for a particul…
Study of form and structure of an orga…
Pathophysiology
Tissue
Organ
Anatomy
Study of how disease occurs
Pathophysiology
Cells of the same type join together
Tissue
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Mediastinum
Mediastinum
Borders of Mediastinum
Transverse Thoracic Plane
Superior Mediastinum
Space within thoracic cage ... Conduit for structures entering o…
Anterior: sternum... Posterior: thoracic vertebra... Superior: supe…
Divides superior and inferior mediastinum... Sternal angle to SP…
From thoracic inlet to transverse thoracic plane... Between manu…
Mediastinum
Space within thoracic cage ... Conduit for structures entering o…
Borders of Mediastinum
Anterior: sternum... Posterior: thoracic vertebra... Superior: supe…
30 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Nervous System II
Somatic Nervous System
Autonomic Nervous System
Somatic NS sensory transmissions
Somatic NS motor transmissions
provides conscious and subconscious control over skeletal mus…
controls visceral functions largely outside our awareness; ha…
sensations of pain, temp, touch, position
innervates skeletal muscles
Somatic Nervous System
provides conscious and subconscious control over skeletal mus…
Autonomic Nervous System
controls visceral functions largely outside our awareness; ha…
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Anatomy L8: Spinal Cord Pathways; Cortex
pre central gyrus
post central gyrus
area 17 of brain
area 39-40 of brain
primary motor area
primary sensory area
primary visual area
Wernicke's area
pre central gyrus
primary motor area
post central gyrus
primary sensory area
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Posterior Body Regions
acromial
brachial
calcaneal
cephalic
point of the shoulder
arm
heel of the foot
head
acromial
point of the shoulder
brachial
arm
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Anatomy and Physiology Quiz- CNS & PSN
Astrocytes
Microglia (CNS)
Ependymal Cells
Oligodendrocytes (CNS)
Form barrier between capillaries and neurons, abundant, star-…
spider-like phagocytes. Dispose of debris.
Line cavities of the brain and spinal cord. Circulate cerebro…
Produce myelin sheath around nerve fibers in the CNS.
Astrocytes
Form barrier between capillaries and neurons, abundant, star-…
Microglia (CNS)
spider-like phagocytes. Dispose of debris.
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vocab quiz anatomy 2
Central Nervous System (CNS) *structural
Peripheral Nervous System (PNS) *struc…
sensory input
integration
the brain and spinal cord, and act as the integrating and com…
the part of the nervous system outside the CNS consisting of…
stimuli traveling down the afferent pathway of the PNS
sensory input deciding what should be done at each moment
Central Nervous System (CNS) *structural
the brain and spinal cord, and act as the integrating and com…
Peripheral Nervous System (PNS) *struc…
the part of the nervous system outside the CNS consisting of…
35 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Human Anatomy- Unit 1 Introduction to Human Anatomy
Anatomy
Physiology
Levels of organization
Anatomical position
Study of structure of the body parts
Study of the function of the body parts
Atoms, molecules, biomolecules, cells, tissues, organs, organ…
On the back, laying down, palms out, body straight
Anatomy
Study of structure of the body parts
Physiology
Study of the function of the body parts
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bio test 1
anatomy
Physiology
levels of organization
Characteristics of Life:
Anatomy deals with the structure of the body and its parts
Physiology studies the functions of these parts.
atom, molecule, macromolecule, organelles, cell, tissue, orga…
Movement... Responsiveness ... Growth... Reproduction... Respiration... Dige…
anatomy
Anatomy deals with the structure of the body and its parts
Physiology
Physiology studies the functions of these parts.
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Anatomy vocab ch.9
Arachnoid mater
Axon
Dendrite
Dura mater
Delicate, weblike middle layer of meninges
A nerve fiber. it conducts a nerve impulse away from the neur…
Process of a neuron that receives input from other neurons
Tough outer layer of meninges
Arachnoid mater
Delicate, weblike middle layer of meninges
Axon
A nerve fiber. it conducts a nerve impulse away from the neur…
38 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Anatomy Lec. 1
What are the extrinsic muscles of the…
Origin of the superficial pectorals
Insertion of the superficial pectorals
Action of the superficial pectorals
superficial pectoral muscles; deep pectoral muscles; brachioc…
cranial sternum
greater tubercle of humerus
adduct limb
What are the extrinsic muscles of the…
superficial pectoral muscles; deep pectoral muscles; brachioc…
Origin of the superficial pectorals
cranial sternum
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Anatomy 2
The vertebral column
Vertebrae
Coccyx
Cervical vertebrae
The spine , consist of 26 bones
Consist of 24 bones
The tailbone
- 7 bones ... - constitute he neck and extended inferiorly to th…
The vertebral column
The spine , consist of 26 bones
Vertebrae
Consist of 24 bones
38 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Anatomy: Unit 1 quiz (Homeostasis/Body systems/Body cavities)
Anatomy
Physiology
Gross Anatomy
Microscopic Anatomy
Structure
Function
Big enough to see with eyes
can not be seen with eyes
Anatomy
Structure
Physiology
Function
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Anatomy: Chapter 1 chapter questions
What is the difference between anatomy…
Levels of structural organization from…
What is the smallest unit of matter?
What is the smallest level that is con…
Anatomy: study of structure, Physiology: study of function.
1. Atoms... 2. Molecules... 3. Organelles... 4. Cell... 5. Tissues... 6. Org…
Atoms
Cells
What is the difference between anatomy…
Anatomy: study of structure, Physiology: study of function.
Levels of structural organization from…
1. Atoms... 2. Molecules... 3. Organelles... 4. Cell... 5. Tissues... 6. Org…
22 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Unit 7
Problem solving
Gustatory
Language comprehension and speech
Visual
Frontal
Parietal
Temporal
Occipital
Problem solving
Frontal
Gustatory
Parietal
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Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology
systemic anatomy
surface anatomy
cross sectional anatomy
gross anatomy
anatomy by body systems
study of internal body structures
body sliced into sections
the study of structures which are visible to the unaided eye
systemic anatomy
anatomy by body systems
surface anatomy
study of internal body structures
84 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Kin 2500 Test 1 (chapter 1-3)
anatomy
dissection
physiology
diagnostic techniques
the structure of the body
the scientific reason for cutting open a body
function of the body parts
inspection ... palpation ... auscultation... percussion
anatomy
the structure of the body
dissection
the scientific reason for cutting open a body
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Human Structure and Function UNIT 1
Anatomy
how are structure and function interre…
Pathology
Homeostasis
The study of body structure
...
The study of diseases
condition of a stable internal environment
Anatomy
The study of body structure
how are structure and function interre…
...
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ANATOMY ANATOMY ANATOMY
LIGAMENTS
OSTEOBLAST
SHORT BONE
DISTAL
ATTACHES BONE TO BONE
THE TYPE OF CELL THAT MAKES BONE TISSUE
THE PATELLA IS AN EXAMPLE OF THIS BONE TYPE
THE CARPALS ARE _______ TO THE HUMERUS
LIGAMENTS
ATTACHES BONE TO BONE
OSTEOBLAST
THE TYPE OF CELL THAT MAKES BONE TISSUE
47 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Anatomy Nervous System
Nervous system relies on nerve impulse…
brain and spinal cord make up?
Peripheral nerves originating from bra…
nerves involved in sensory transmissio…
action potentials
Central nervous system
cranial nerves
afferent nerve tracts
Nervous system relies on nerve impulse…
action potentials
brain and spinal cord make up?
Central nervous system
55 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Study Guide Chapter 15 Anatomy and Physiology II
Effectors of ANS
Visceral Motor system
Cutaneous blood vessels, sweat glands,…
No
Glands... Cardiac muscle... Smooth muscle
Autonomic Nervous system is also called
Besides the viscera organs, what are some of the peripheral b…
Do the visceral organs depend on the ANS to function?
Effectors of ANS
Glands... Cardiac muscle... Smooth muscle
Visceral Motor system
Autonomic Nervous system is also called
45 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Chapter 9 Anatomy so far :)))
nervous system
sensory, integrative, motor
sensory
integrative
control center & communication network (made of brain, spinal…
three functions of nervous system
monitors and perceives changes as they occur in the internal…
processing or combining pieces of information
nervous system
control center & communication network (made of brain, spinal…
sensory, integrative, motor
three functions of nervous system
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