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Anatomy, Physiology & Human Disease Introduction to Body structure and function
Introduction to body structure and fun…
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2
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The organization and functions that define living things are…
The skin also helps the body stay within the optimal temperat…
Understanding key terms and the organizational hierarchy of m…
The interrelated functions of body systems form a basis for u…
Introduction to body structure and fun…
The organization and functions that define living things are…
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The skin also helps the body stay within the optimal temperat…
19 terms
Midterm Study Guide: Human Body Structures and Functions
Salivary/Pancreatic Glands (Cells and…
Diabetics find it difficult to _____.…
Cube Shaped Tissue (Cells and Tissue)
Single layered, flat, irregular tissue…
Secreting and Storage
Heal
Cuboidal
Squamous
Salivary/Pancreatic Glands (Cells and…
Secreting and Storage
Diabetics find it difficult to _____.…
Heal
14 terms
Test #5- study guide (body structures)
olfaction (smell)
maculae
auditory ossicles
inner ear
only sense that does not pass through thalamus
contains otoliths
middle ear; conduct sound
in the temporal lobe
olfaction (smell)
only sense that does not pass through thalamus
maculae
contains otoliths
Anatomy 1 (body system/structure/function & anatomical position)
Skeletal system
Integumentary system
Muscular
Nervous system
Bones;... Protects body organs
Skin;... Protects deeper tissue from injury
Muscles;... Produces movement
Brain;... Respond stimuli
Skeletal system
Bones;... Protects body organs
Integumentary system
Skin;... Protects deeper tissue from injury
1.01 Body structure organization study guide
The study of the shape and structure o…
Which body plane divides the body into…
The mid-sagittal plane divides the bod…
What body part is inferior to the knees?
anatomy
transverse
right and left
the foot
The study of the shape and structure o…
anatomy
Which body plane divides the body into…
transverse
Functional anatomy prac study-lower body
Gluteus Maximus
Gluteus Medius
Gluteus Minimus
Tensor Fasciae Latae
Action... - extension and lateral rotation of hip... - hip adductio…
Action... - Adduction and medial rotation of hip ... Origins... - Ant…
Action ... - Adduction and medial rotation of hip... Origin... - Late…
Action... - Abduction and medial rotation of hip. ... - Extension a…
Gluteus Maximus
Action... - extension and lateral rotation of hip... - hip adductio…
Gluteus Medius
Action... - Adduction and medial rotation of hip ... Origins... - Ant…
General Body Structure: Quarter 2 Assessment Study Guide
Hematocrit
Erythrocytes (RBCs)
Erythropoietin
Hemoglobin
percentage of red blood cells in a sample of blood
most abundant formed element
released from kidneys, increases erythrocyte (RBC) production…
transports oxygen
Hematocrit
percentage of red blood cells in a sample of blood
Erythrocytes (RBCs)
most abundant formed element
40 terms
General Anatomy Ch. 1 An Introduction to Structure and Function of the Body
Organism
Cells
Tissue
Organ
Denotes a living thing
The smallest "living" units of structure and function in the…
Many cells that are together to perform a common function
A group of several different kinds of tissues arranged to per…
Organism
Denotes a living thing
Cells
The smallest "living" units of structure and function in the…
94 terms
General Body Structure: Quarter 2 Assessment Study Guide
Hematocrit
Erythrocytes (RBCs)
Erythropoietin
Hemoglobin
percentage of red blood cells in a sample of blood
most abundant formed element
released from kidneys, increases erythrocyte (RBC) production…
transports oxygen
Hematocrit
percentage of red blood cells in a sample of blood
Erythrocytes (RBCs)
most abundant formed element
25 terms
HS 1 Structures of the Body study guide
Where would the Right and Left lumbar…
What region is located between the hyp…
Danice found a lump in her groin. What…
What cavity is the bladder found in?
In the middle of the abdominal.
Epigastric
Inguinal
Pelvic
Where would the Right and Left lumbar…
In the middle of the abdominal.
What region is located between the hyp…
Epigastric
14 terms
Anatomy, Physiology, and Human Disease Chapter 21- Body Structure and Function
The highest level in the organizationa…
From lowest to highest, define the org…
A directional term that means the fron…
A directional term that means to the s…
c) organism
atom, molecule, organelle, cell, tissue, organ, organ system,…
anterior
lateral
The highest level in the organizationa…
c) organism
From lowest to highest, define the org…
atom, molecule, organelle, cell, tissue, organ, organ system,…
58 terms
Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 1 Vocab: An Introduction to the Structure and Function of the Body
anatomy
Physiology
dissection
Diseases
the study of the structure of an organism and the relationshi…
the study of the functions of living organisms and their parts.
the principle techniques used to isolate and study the struct…
conditions result from abnormalities of body structure or fun…
anatomy
the study of the structure of an organism and the relationshi…
Physiology
the study of the functions of living organisms and their parts.
30 terms
Chapter 14- Musculoskeletal *Anatomy=Bone structure, Joints, muscles, and body movement
Periosteum
compact bone
cancellous (spongy) bone
endosteum
outermost layer of the bone, made up of fibrous tissue
dense, hard layers of bone tissue that lie underneath the per…
contains little spaces like sponge and is encased in the laye…
membranous lining of the hollow cavity of the bone
Periosteum
outermost layer of the bone, made up of fibrous tissue
compact bone
dense, hard layers of bone tissue that lie underneath the per…
21 terms
Human Anatomy - Skeletal Structure Study Tool
Major Functions of the Skeletal System
4 Classifications of Bones, Examples,…
Diaphysis
Epiphysis
Support, protection, movement, storage, and blood cell format…
Long (humerus, mostly compact); Short (talus, mostly spongy);…
Shaft; makes up most of the bone's length and is composed of…
Ends of the long bone; consists of a thin layer of compact bo…
Major Functions of the Skeletal System
Support, protection, movement, storage, and blood cell format…
4 Classifications of Bones, Examples,…
Long (humerus, mostly compact); Short (talus, mostly spongy);…
Chapter 1 Human Anatomy A Body Structures (functions)
integumentary system
skeletal system
muscular system
nervous system
protect underlying tissue and regulate body temperature
support, movement, protection, and production of blood cells
movement, maintenance of posture, production of body heat
Communication throughout body, mental activities, maintaining…
integumentary system
protect underlying tissue and regulate body temperature
skeletal system
support, movement, protection, and production of blood cells
Health Science Body structural organization (Study Guide)
Which body plan divides the body into…
The mid-sagittal plane divides the bod…
What body part is inferior to the knee?
The knees are located on what surface…
Transverse
right and left
Foot
Anterior ventral
Which body plan divides the body into…
Transverse
The mid-sagittal plane divides the bod…
right and left
systems/structures/names of studies (animal anatomy)
skeletal (bones)
articular (joints)
muscular (muscles)
digestive (stomach/intestines)... respira…
osteology
arthrology
myology
splanchnology
skeletal (bones)
osteology
articular (joints)
arthrology
149 terms
Combo with "Body Structure and Function & Anatomy and Physiology" and 2 others
Integumentary system
Cutaneous Membrane
Epidermis
dermis
largest system; it has epithelial, connective and nerve tissu…
a medical term for skin which contains the three layers - epi…
outer layer
layer containing the hair follicles nails and glands
Integumentary system
largest system; it has epithelial, connective and nerve tissu…
Cutaneous Membrane
a medical term for skin which contains the three layers - epi…
60 terms
Anatomy & Physiology Body Systems and Major Structure Latin Terminology
Skeletal System
Muscular System
Cardiovascular System
Lymphatic and Immune Systems
supports and shapes the body. Forms some blood cells and stor…
holds the body erect. Makes movement possible. Moves body flu…
pumps blood that carries oxygen and nutrients throughout the…
protects the body from harmful substances. Brings oxygen and…
Skeletal System
supports and shapes the body. Forms some blood cells and stor…
Muscular System
holds the body erect. Makes movement possible. Moves body flu…
Chapter 1: An introduction to the structure and function of the body (Anatomy and Physiology)
Effector
Control Center
Sensor
Anatomy
Any organ that have an effect on the body's internal environm…
Part of homeostatic feedback loop that integrate (puts togeth…
Part of the homeostatic feedback loop that detects changes in…
The study of structure of an organism and relations of its pa…
Effector
Any organ that have an effect on the body's internal environm…
Control Center
Part of homeostatic feedback loop that integrate (puts togeth…
Human anatomy Chapter 1 Introduction to the structure and Function of the body
anatomy
physiology
hypothesis
experimentation
study of the structure of an organism& the relationships of i…
study of the functions of living organisms and their parts
reasonable guess based on previous informal observations or p…
testing of a hypothesis
anatomy
study of the structure of an organism& the relationships of i…
physiology
study of the functions of living organisms and their parts
9 terms
Studying Plant Anatomy: Vegetative Structure of Vascular Plants
Tissues generated from the growth of a…
A lateral meristem consisting of a she…
Tissues generated from the growth of a…
A cambium that gives rise to secondary…
primary tissues
Cambium
secondary tissues
vascular cambium
Tissues generated from the growth of a…
primary tissues
A lateral meristem consisting of a she…
Cambium
Chapter 1 Human Anatomy A Body Systems (structures)
integumentary system
skeletal system
muscular system
nervous system
Structures: body covering, skin, hair, nails, and sweat glands
bones, ligaments, cartilage
muscles of the body
Brain, spinal cord, nerves through the body
integumentary system
Structures: body covering, skin, hair, nails, and sweat glands
skeletal system
bones, ligaments, cartilage
Anatomy 1.2 Structural and Functional Organization of the Human Body
Interaction of atoms
chemical is the interaction of ____
Structural and functional unit of livi…
Organelles are an example of the _____…
chemical
atoms
cellular
cellular
Interaction of atoms
chemical
chemical is the interaction of ____
atoms
Final Exam Cooper - Anatomy: The Study of Structure
A standing dumbbell curl movement occu…
Spine rotation occurs in the ________…
Name the joint action and the plane in…
Name the joint action and the plane in…
sagittal
transverse
shoulder abduction, which occurs in the frontal plane
ankle plantar flexion, which occurs in the sagittal plane
A standing dumbbell curl movement occu…
sagittal
Spine rotation occurs in the ________…
transverse
MA Anatomy: movements of the body study guide
four movements which can occur at the…
twelve movements which can occur at th…
eight movements of the scapula
four movements which can occur at the…
flexion, hyperextension, lateral flexion, rotation
flexion, extension, circumduction, hyperextension, lateral fl…
elevation, depression, retraction (abduction), protraction (a…
pronation, supination, flexion, extension
four movements which can occur at the…
flexion, hyperextension, lateral flexion, rotation
twelve movements which can occur at th…
flexion, extension, circumduction, hyperextension, lateral fl…
18 terms
Medical Terminology - Anatomy and Combining Forms for Body Structure and Color
Cell
cell membrane
cytoplasm
nucleus
basic unit of all living things
forms around the boundary of the cell
gel-like fluid inside the cell
largest structure within the cell, usually spherical and cent…
Cell
basic unit of all living things
cell membrane
forms around the boundary of the cell
NBCE Part 1: Anatomy Lower Body Structures (T1)
Above the Pelvic Brim is the Pelvis __…
Below the Pelvic Brim is the Pelvis __…
The Pelvic Diaphragm is made of 2 musc…
Difference between the male and female…
Major/False
Minor/True
1. Levator Ani ... 2. Coccygeus
Bowl... Smaller... Wider
Above the Pelvic Brim is the Pelvis __…
Major/False
Below the Pelvic Brim is the Pelvis __…
Minor/True
42 terms
Anatomy-The Human Body: An Orientation **study body cavities
anatomy
physiology
gross anatomy
microscopic anatomy
study of structure and shape of body and its parts
Study of how the body and its parts work or function
Large structures... Easily observable
Large structures... Easily observable
anatomy
study of structure and shape of body and its parts
physiology
Study of how the body and its parts work or function
42 terms
Body Regions and Structures Human Anatomy and Physiology Chapter one
Frontal
Nasal
Ocular/Orbital
Otic
Forehead
NOse
Eye
Ear
Frontal
Forehead
Nasal
NOse
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Anatomy Ch. 1 (1.3: Structural Organization of the Body)
the levels of increasingly complex org…
chemical level
atoms
molecule
chemical, cellular, tissue, organ, organ system and organisma…
-simplest level... -involves atoms and molecules
the smallest units of matter
-formed when two or more atoms combine... -ex.: a sugar, a water…
the levels of increasingly complex org…
chemical, cellular, tissue, organ, organ system and organisma…
chemical level
-simplest level... -involves atoms and molecules
17 terms
Anatomy 1-1-3 Structural Organization of the Human Body
Chemical level
Cellular level
Tissue level
Organ level
least complex; composed of atoms - the smallest stable units…
interactions between molecules and compounds form the organel…
specialized groups of cells and cell products that work toget…
consists of tow or more tissues working in combination to per…
Chemical level
least complex; composed of atoms - the smallest stable units…
Cellular level
interactions between molecules and compounds form the organel…
55 terms
Structure and Anatomy - Anatomic Planes and Positions, Body Regions, and Related Terms
frontal (coronal)
median (midsagittal, midline) plane
sagittal plane
transverse plane
vertical plane dividing the body into anterior/posterior port…
vertical plane dividing the body into right/left equal portions
vertical plane dividing the body into right/left unequal parts
horizontal plane dividing the body into cranial/caudal parts
frontal (coronal)
vertical plane dividing the body into anterior/posterior port…
median (midsagittal, midline) plane
vertical plane dividing the body into right/left equal portions
Chapter 2: Med Terms and Anatomy - Structure of the Human Body
What is the basic unit of all living t…
What is a group of similar cells perfo…
Four general groups of connective tissue
An organ is composed of _______ or mor…
cell
Tissue
adipose tissue, cartilage, bone, and blood.... ACBB
Two
What is the basic unit of all living t…
cell
What is a group of similar cells perfo…
Tissue
17 terms
Anatomy Study Guide: Skin and Body Membranes
Radiation from the skin surface and ev…
Fat in the ______ tissue layer beneath…
The waterproofing protein found in the…
A vitamin that is manufactured in the…
heat
Adipose/ hypodermis/ subcutaneous
keratin
Vitamin D
Radiation from the skin surface and ev…
heat
Fat in the ______ tissue layer beneath…
Adipose/ hypodermis/ subcutaneous
41 terms
Human Body Structures (Human Body Test Study Guide)
Circulatory System
Respiratory System
Digestive System
Nervous System
An organ system that transports needed materials to cells and…
An organ system that enables organisms to exchange gases with…
An organ system that has specialized structures for obtaining…
An organ system that receives information from the environmen…
Circulatory System
An organ system that transports needed materials to cells and…
Respiratory System
An organ system that enables organisms to exchange gases with…
49 terms
Blood and Other Body Fluids Study Guide (Anatomy)
Blood consists of...
Blood counts do what?
RBC means...
WBC means...
Cells and liquid.
Estimate the number of cells of a particular type at one poin…
Total red blood cell count.
Total white blood cell count.
Blood consists of...
Cells and liquid.
Blood counts do what?
Estimate the number of cells of a particular type at one poin…
9 terms
Anatomy Study Guide: Skin and Body Membranes
A blackhead is an accumulation of oily…
Tiny muscles attached to hair follicle…
The most numerous variety of perspirat…
A sheath formed of both epithelial and…
Sebaceous glands
Arrector pili
Sweat gland (eccrine)
Hair follicles
A blackhead is an accumulation of oily…
Sebaceous glands
Tiny muscles attached to hair follicle…
Arrector pili
54 terms
Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology: Structure and Function (Study Guide)
What is the definition of active trans…
What is the definition of anatomical p…
What is the definition of anatomy?
What is the definition of anterior (ve…
Involves chemical activity that allows the cell to admit larg…
Standing erect with the palms facing forward.
The study, classification, and description of structures and…
To face forward; the front of the body. (Example: the chest i…
What is the definition of active trans…
Involves chemical activity that allows the cell to admit larg…
What is the definition of anatomical p…
Standing erect with the palms facing forward.
Anatomy & Physiology Body Systems Study Guide
Integumentary
Skeletal
Muscular
Respiratory
(skin, hair, nails) forms the external body covering and prot…
(bones, joints) supports and protects the body's organs; prov…
(skeletal muscles) maintains posture, and produces movement a…
(nasal cavity, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchus, and lungs)…
Integumentary
(skin, hair, nails) forms the external body covering and prot…
Skeletal
(bones, joints) supports and protects the body's organs; prov…
20 terms
Health Science I: Basic Structure of the Human Body -Study Guide (Cells)
anatomy
physiology
pathophysiology
protoplasm
the study of the form and structure of an organism
the study of the processes of living organisms
the study of ow disease occurs and the responses of living or…
the basic substance of all life
anatomy
the study of the form and structure of an organism
physiology
the study of the processes of living organisms
17 terms
Anatomy Study Guide: Skin and Body Membranes
Radiation from the skin surface and ev…
Fat in the ______ tissue layer beneath…
The waterproofing protein found in the…
A vitamin that is manufactured in the…
heat
Adipose/ hypodermis/ subcutaneous
keratin
Vitamin D
Radiation from the skin surface and ev…
heat
Fat in the ______ tissue layer beneath…
Adipose/ hypodermis/ subcutaneous
15 terms
Understanding Anatomy & Physiology - different studies of the body
Anatomy
Developmental Anatomy
Cytology
Embryology
is the scientific discipline that investigates the body's str…
studies the structural changes that occur between conception…
examines the structural features of cells.
A subspecialty of developmental anatomy, considers changes fr…
Anatomy
is the scientific discipline that investigates the body's str…
Developmental Anatomy
studies the structural changes that occur between conception…
15 terms
Understanding Anatomy & Physiology - different studies of the body
Anatomy
Developmental Anatomy
Cytology
Embryology
is the scientific discipline that investigates the body's str…
studies the structural changes that occur between conception…
examines the structural features of cells.
Changes to offspring during pregnancy
Anatomy
is the scientific discipline that investigates the body's str…
Developmental Anatomy
studies the structural changes that occur between conception…
Skin and Body Membranes study guide - Anatomy & Physiology
Heat
Hypodermis
Keratin
Vitamin D3
Radiation from the skin surface and evaporation of sweat are…
Fat in the ______ tissue layer beneath the dermis helps to in…
The waterproofing protein found in the epidermal cells
A vitamin that is manufactured in the skin
Heat
Radiation from the skin surface and evaporation of sweat are…
Hypodermis
Fat in the ______ tissue layer beneath the dermis helps to in…
12 terms
Anatomy Upper Body Test Study Set
Triceps Brachii
Latissimus Dorsi
Trapezius
Posterior Deltoid
Origin(s): Scapula girdle and proximal humerus... Insertion: Ole…
Origin(s): Lower spine, iliac crest... Insertion: Proximal humer…
Origin(s): Thoracic vertebrae... Insertion: Scapular spine... Movem…
Origin(s): Scapular spine (inferior edge)... Insertion: Deltoid…
Triceps Brachii
Origin(s): Scapula girdle and proximal humerus... Insertion: Ole…
Latissimus Dorsi
Origin(s): Lower spine, iliac crest... Insertion: Proximal humer…
31 terms
anatomy ch.1 body systems and studies
anatomy
dissect
physiology
pathology
the study of the body structure
to cut it apart
the study of how the body functions
the study of disease
anatomy
the study of the body structure
dissect
to cut it apart
Anatomy Chapter 3 study Guide- Body Cells
Body cell
Two Components of cytoplasm
cytosol
organelles
the one of two cells produced by division of the generative c…
cytosol and organelles
liquid or fluid part of cytoplasm
structure in the cytoplasm each of which plays a certain role…
Body cell
the one of two cells produced by division of the generative c…
Two Components of cytoplasm
cytosol and organelles
54 terms
Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology: Structure and Function (Study Guide)
What is the definition of active trans…
What is the definition of anatomical p…
What is the definition of anatomy?
What is the definition of anterior (ve…
Involves chemical activity that allows the cell to admit larg…
Standing erect with the palms facing forward.
The study, classification, and description of structures and…
To face forward; the front of the body. (Example: the chest i…
What is the definition of active trans…
Involves chemical activity that allows the cell to admit larg…
What is the definition of anatomical p…
Standing erect with the palms facing forward.
ChristmasBreak: Anatomy parts-of-the-body studying
Which way is lateral on the body?
Which way is medial on the body?
What is distal?
What is proximal?
Outward/away from spinal chord
Inward/towards spinal chord
Away from point of origin
Closest to point of origin
Which way is lateral on the body?
Outward/away from spinal chord
Which way is medial on the body?
Inward/towards spinal chord
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