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74 terms
Human Body_Test_2
Skin
Accessory Structure
Hair
Nails
Cutaneous membrane, divide in two layers: Epidermis and Dermis.
Located in the dermis or hypodermic: Hair, Nails and Glands.
Protection and sensory input.
Protect dorsal tips of fingers and toes.
Skin
Cutaneous membrane, divide in two layers: Epidermis and Dermis.
Accessory Structure
Located in the dermis or hypodermic: Hair, Nails and Glands.
19 terms
Body Systems Test 2
Circulatory system
Integumentary system
Muscular system
Respiratory system
Transports materials to and from cells
Skin, hair, nails
Enables movement of the body and internal organs
Takes in oxygen and eliminates carbon dioxide
Circulatory system
Transports materials to and from cells
Integumentary system
Skin, hair, nails
Human Body Test 2
carbs
proteins
lipids
metabolism
4 kcals/gram
4 kcals/gram
9 kcals/gram
sum total of all chemical reactions in the body
carbs
4 kcals/gram
proteins
4 kcals/gram
26 terms
human body test 2
Hydrochloric acid in the ____________…
The soupy mixture of food, enzymes, an…
The breaking, crushing, and mashing of…
Muscles respond to a stimulus by movin…
stomach
chyme
mechanical
neurons
Hydrochloric acid in the ____________…
stomach
The soupy mixture of food, enzymes, an…
chyme
152 terms
Body Systems Test 2
Bones store salts of the mineral _____…
The shaft of a long bone is called the…
The membrane that lines the marrow cav…
The hard bone tissue found in the shaf…
calcium
diaphysis
endosteum
compact bone
Bones store salts of the mineral _____…
calcium
The shaft of a long bone is called the…
diaphysis
23 terms
Body Cavities and Planes Test 2
Body Cavities
Cranial Cavity
Vertebral Canal
Thoracic Cavity
spaces within the body that help protect, separate, and suppo…
body cavity formed by the cranial bones and containing the br…
cavity within the vertebral column formed by the vertebral fo…
cavity superior to the diaphragm that contains two pleura cav…
Body Cavities
spaces within the body that help protect, separate, and suppo…
Cranial Cavity
body cavity formed by the cranial bones and containing the br…
10 terms
Test 2 - Body Systems and Reproduction
what are the three types of blood vess…
who were the body snatchers?
what are the circulatory systems purpo…
what is a hermaphrodite?
Arteries, veins and capillaries
Gangs paid by the Anatomists to steal bodies from graveyards.…
uses blood to circulate oxygen, carbon dioxide, nutrients and…
an organism that contains both the male and female reproducti…
what are the three types of blood vess…
Arteries, veins and capillaries
who were the body snatchers?
Gangs paid by the Anatomists to steal bodies from graveyards.…
74 terms
Human Body_Test_2
Skin
Accessory Structure
Hair
Nails
Cutaneous membrane, divide in two layers: Epidermis and Dermis.
Located in the dermis or hypodermic: Hair, Nails and Glands.
Protection and sensory input.
Protect dorsal tips of fingers and toes.
Skin
Cutaneous membrane, divide in two layers: Epidermis and Dermis.
Accessory Structure
Located in the dermis or hypodermic: Hair, Nails and Glands.
58 terms
Body Test2 vocab
Logical regulator
Glial cell
Cerebral cortex
Blood brain barrier
Short-range chemical messengers
The most abundant type of cell in the nervous system
The outer layer of the cerebellum in which speech touch visio…
Allows only certain nutrients into the brain... Found in capilla…
Logical regulator
Short-range chemical messengers
Glial cell
The most abundant type of cell in the nervous system
10 terms
Muscles of the lower body for test 2
gracilis
vastus intermedius
vastus medialis
vastus lateralis
origin: inferior ramus and body of pubic bone... insertion: med…
origin: 3/4 of dorsal and dorsolateral surface of femur from…
origin: femoral shaft, from medial intertrochanteric line to…
origin: femoral attachment: a line on the linea aspera up to…
gracilis
origin: inferior ramus and body of pubic bone... insertion: med…
vastus intermedius
origin: 3/4 of dorsal and dorsolateral surface of femur from…
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Muscles of the Upper body for test 2
Brachialis
Triceps brachii
Biceps brachii
Flexor carpi radialis
Origin: Distal, anterior humerus... Insertion:Coronoid process…
Origin:Infraglenoid tubercle and posterior body of the humeru…
Origin:Supraglenoid tubercle and coracoid process... Insertion:…
Origin: Medial epicondyle of the humerus... Insertion: 2nd and…
Brachialis
Origin: Distal, anterior humerus... Insertion:Coronoid process…
Triceps brachii
Origin:Infraglenoid tubercle and posterior body of the humeru…
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Muscles of the lower body for test 2
origin: inferior ramus and body of pub…
origin: 3/4 of dorsal and dorsolateral…
origin: femoral shaft, from medial int…
origin: femoral attachment: a line on…
gracilis
vastus intermedius
vastus medialis
vastus lateralis
origin: inferior ramus and body of pub…
gracilis
origin: 3/4 of dorsal and dorsolateral…
vastus intermedius
35 terms
Body Cavities and Planes test2
Body Cavities
Cranial Cavity
Vertebral Canal
Thoracic Cavity
spaces within the body that help protect, separate, and suppo…
body cavity formed by the cranial bones and containing the br…
cavity within the vertebral column formed by the vertebral fo…
cavity superior to the diaphragm that contains two pleura cav…
Body Cavities
spaces within the body that help protect, separate, and suppo…
Cranial Cavity
body cavity formed by the cranial bones and containing the br…
33 terms
Second test 2 body brain
Central nervous system
peripheral nervous systems
PNS
somatic
System where integration takes place; includes brain and nerv…
the nervous system outside the brain and spinal cord.
peripheral nervous system
RELATING TO OR AFFECTING THE BODY; CORPOREAL
Central nervous system
System where integration takes place; includes brain and nerv…
peripheral nervous systems
the nervous system outside the brain and spinal cord.
87 terms
Brain body experience test 2
Sensory Receptors
Sensory Transduction
Sensory Potential
Age Related Changes in the Visual System
are specialized neurons that ... detect a particular category of…
When stimuli collide or strike the sensory receptors they alt…
Electrical changes that lead to neurotransmitters modifying t…
Decrease in sharpness of vision ... Decrease in focusing power…
Sensory Receptors
are specialized neurons that ... detect a particular category of…
Sensory Transduction
When stimuli collide or strike the sensory receptors they alt…
43 terms
Body Test 2
Explain puberty
What do you call humans of about the s…
Explain 3 generations.
What is the main part of the human bod…
special time of growth and change; everyone goes through it;…
Generations
Grandparents, parents, children
Torso
Explain puberty
special time of growth and change; everyone goes through it;…
What do you call humans of about the s…
Generations
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A&P 2 - Test 2 - Arteries - Full Body Model
left common carotid artery
left subclavian artery
right axillary artery
right brachial artery
supplies head
supplies axillary and brachial arteries
supplies the right brachial
supplies the radial artery and ulnar artery
left common carotid artery
supplies head
left subclavian artery
supplies axillary and brachial arteries
87 terms
Disease and the Human Body Test 2
Position of Heart
Dimensions of Heart
Apex
Pericardium
In thoracic cavity, towards left side of body, enclosed in pe…
Size of clenched fist, enlarged hearts are sick
Points towards left side of body, come shaped point of heart,…
Sack surrounding heart
Position of Heart
In thoracic cavity, towards left side of body, enclosed in pe…
Dimensions of Heart
Size of clenched fist, enlarged hearts are sick
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Body Cavities (test 2)
Dorsal
Ventral
Oral, buccal
nasal
cranial- brain and meninges... vertebral- spinal cord and spina…
thoracic pleural- lungs... thoracic pericardial- heart... abdominop…
mouth
passage to respiratory system
Dorsal
cranial- brain and meninges... vertebral- spinal cord and spina…
Ventral
thoracic pleural- lungs... thoracic pericardial- heart... abdominop…
53 terms
Regions of the Body and Directional Terms Test 2
Frontal
Orbital
Nasal
Oral
Forehead
Eye
Nose
Mouth
Frontal
Forehead
Orbital
Eye
German Test 2 Body
das Hemd
die Hose
der Hut
der Schuh
Shirt
Pants
hat
shoe
das Hemd
Shirt
die Hose
Pants
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Test 2 (whole body)
Proximal
Connective tissue
Histologist
Dorsal
Toward trunk, nearest to the point of origin
supports and binds other body tissue and parts
Specialist in tissue
Back of body
Proximal
Toward trunk, nearest to the point of origin
Connective tissue
supports and binds other body tissue and parts
54 terms
TEST 2- Trail Guide to the Body: Shoulder & Arm
Origin: ... -(short head) coracoid proces…
Musculocutaneous C5, C6
-Flex the elbow... -Supinate the forearm…
Origin: ... -Coracoid process of the scap…
What's the origin and insertion of the biceps brachii?
Where's the nerve for the biceps brachii?
What actions does the biceps brachii do?
What's the origin and insertion of the coracobrachialis?
Origin: ... -(short head) coracoid proces…
What's the origin and insertion of the biceps brachii?
Musculocutaneous C5, C6
Where's the nerve for the biceps brachii?
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A&P 2 - Test 2 - Veins - Full Body Model
brachiocephalic vein
left jugular vein
right subclavian vein
axillary vein
drains jugular and subclavian vein
drains the vessels of the head
drains axillary vein
drains brachial and cephalic vein
brachiocephalic vein
drains jugular and subclavian vein
left jugular vein
drains the vessels of the head
13 terms
BIOLOGY TEST 2 - BODY ORGANIZATION AND HOMEOSTASIS
HOMEOSTASIS
HYPOTHALAMUS
CELL
TISSUE
IS A PROCESS BY WHICH THE BODY MAINTAINS A STABLE INTERNAL EN…
THE PART OF THE BRAIN THAT HELPS MAINTAIN HOMEOSTASIS
the smallest structural and functional unit of an organism, t…
WHEN A GROUP OF THE SAME CELLS ARE WORKING TOGETHER
HOMEOSTASIS
IS A PROCESS BY WHICH THE BODY MAINTAINS A STABLE INTERNAL EN…
HYPOTHALAMUS
THE PART OF THE BRAIN THAT HELPS MAINTAIN HOMEOSTASIS
Test 2: Muscles of the Upper Body
endomysium
fascicles
perimysium
epimysium
Muscle cells are wrapped in a connective tissue layer called…
Groups of muscle cells are called ____________.
Fascicles are wrapped by ___________.
Groups of fascicles are covered in __________.
endomysium
Muscle cells are wrapped in a connective tissue layer called…
fascicles
Groups of muscle cells are called ____________.
Test 2: Muscles of the Lower Body
inferior ramus and body of the pubic b…
medial condyle of tibia
adduct thigh and flex leg
3/4 of dorsal and dorsolateral surface…
Origin of the Gracilis
Insertion of the Gracilis
Action of the Gracilis
Origin of the Vastus intermedius
inferior ramus and body of the pubic b…
Origin of the Gracilis
medial condyle of tibia
Insertion of the Gracilis
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Human body test 2
Four major tissues
Epithelial
Squamou
Cuboidal
Epithelial ... Connective... Muscle... Neevous
Covers body and lines body cavities
Surface of skin
Square
Four major tissues
Epithelial ... Connective... Muscle... Neevous
Epithelial
Covers body and lines body cavities
Human Body Test 2
Breathing
Pharynx
Larynx
Trachea
The movement of air into and out of the lungs. This allows yo…
A tube like passageway at the top of the throat that receives…
Air passes from the Pharynx into a triangle shaped area calle…
A tube that is held open by C- shaped rings of cartilage
Breathing
The movement of air into and out of the lungs. This allows yo…
Pharynx
A tube like passageway at the top of the throat that receives…
10 terms
Body regions test 2
Abdominal
Antebrachial
Antecubital
Axillary
Region between thorax and pelvis
Forearm
Space in front of the elbow
Armpit
Abdominal
Region between thorax and pelvis
Antebrachial
Forearm
40 terms
HUMAN BODY TEST 2
PURPOSE OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
WHAT ARE THE TWO PARTS OF THE CNS?
NERVES OR NEUTRONS
SENSORY NEUTRONS
-GATHERS AND INTERPRETS INFORMATION ABOUT THE BODY'S INTERNAL…
BRAIN AND SPINAL CORDS
-COMMUNICATION PATHWAYS THAT CONNECT ALL AREAS OF YOUR BODY T…
SPECIAL NEUTRONS THAT GATHER INFORMATION USING SPECIAL DENDRI…
PURPOSE OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
-GATHERS AND INTERPRETS INFORMATION ABOUT THE BODY'S INTERNAL…
WHAT ARE THE TWO PARTS OF THE CNS?
BRAIN AND SPINAL CORDS
22 terms
Human Body Test 2
The Nervous system
Neuron
Axon
Cell Body
the part of an organism that recieves, processes and responds…
is the basic functioning unit of the nervous system. These he…
sends information out to another neuron or cell.
processes information.
The Nervous system
the part of an organism that recieves, processes and responds…
Neuron
is the basic functioning unit of the nervous system. These he…
11 terms
Italian body test 2
hair (blonde/brown/straight/curly)
tooth/teeth
throat
lip/lips
i capelli (biondi/castanti/lisci/ricci)
il dente/i denti
la gola
il labbro/le labbra
hair (blonde/brown/straight/curly)
i capelli (biondi/castanti/lisci/ricci)
tooth/teeth
il dente/i denti
114 terms
human body test 2
cardiovascular system
heart
blood vessels
lymphatic system
consists of heart and blood vessels
pumps blood/pump of circulatory system; consists of right and…
take blood to and from capillaries, where exchanges of nutrie…
removes excess fluid from around the tissue and returns it to…
cardiovascular system
consists of heart and blood vessels
heart
pumps blood/pump of circulatory system; consists of right and…
57 terms
Human Body Test 2
epidermis
dermis
hypodermis
functions of skin
thin, outermost layer... epithelial tissue... avascular (no blood v…
deep, thick layer... connective tissue... vascular (blood vessels p…
under/deep to dermis... vascular... subcutaneous layer
provides protection... excrete wastes, ions, water... body temp (in…
epidermis
thin, outermost layer... epithelial tissue... avascular (no blood v…
dermis
deep, thick layer... connective tissue... vascular (blood vessels p…
20 terms
Body Systems Test 2
Hemogloblin
Plasma
Red Blood Cells
Blood
An oxygen carrying protein. Gives RBC's their color.
The fluid part of blood.
Carry oxygen to every part of your body.
A connective tissue made of plasmas, RBC's, WBC's, and platel…
Hemogloblin
An oxygen carrying protein. Gives RBC's their color.
Plasma
The fluid part of blood.
80 terms
Body Fluids Test 2
Two types of reagent strips
Normal blood pH
Normal urine pH
Nonpathological reasons for acidic urine
multi-stix (siemens)... chemstrips (roche)
7.35-7.45
4.5-8
cranberry juice, protein eaters, vegitarians, exercise, medic…
Two types of reagent strips
multi-stix (siemens)... chemstrips (roche)
Normal blood pH
7.35-7.45
58 terms
Lower Body Test 2
History - Current Injury
History - Recurrent or Chronic Injury
Observation
Tibial torsion
-past history... -mechanism: what position was your body in?... -di…
-what is your major complaint?... -when did you first notice the…
-walking, half squatting, going up and down stairs... -swelling,…
an angle that measures less than 15 degrees is an indication…
History - Current Injury
-past history... -mechanism: what position was your body in?... -di…
History - Recurrent or Chronic Injury
-what is your major complaint?... -when did you first notice the…
19 terms
Test 2 body systems
Abdominal
Antecubital
Axillary
Carpal
belly,anterior torso below diaphragm
depressed area just in front of elbow
armpit
wrist
Abdominal
belly,anterior torso below diaphragm
Antecubital
depressed area just in front of elbow
14 terms
Human Body Test 2
What kills bacteria and provides the p…
The soupy mixture of food of food, enz…
The breaking, crushing and mashing of…
muscles respond to a stimulus by movin…
stomach
chyme
mechanical digestion
neurons
What kills bacteria and provides the p…
stomach
The soupy mixture of food of food, enz…
chyme
26 terms
Sociology Body Test 2
ocular ethics
hyper visible
hyper invisible
Aristotle's view of women
The idea that we need to magnify bodies that are invisible to…
qualities that are visible; trying to loose weight
qualities that are invisible; transgender, disabilities
argued that women are mutilated men and are less than... influen…
ocular ethics
The idea that we need to magnify bodies that are invisible to…
hyper visible
qualities that are visible; trying to loose weight
Human Body Test 2
Breathing
Pharynx
Larynx
Trachea
The movement of air into and out of the lungs. This allows yo…
A tube like passageway at the top of the throat that receives…
Air passes from the Pharynx into a triangle shaped area calle…
A tube that is held open by C- shaped rings of cartilage
Breathing
The movement of air into and out of the lungs. This allows yo…
Pharynx
A tube like passageway at the top of the throat that receives…
34 terms
Human body test 2
epidermis
dermis
Hypodermis
Production melanin
thin outermost layer/rapidly dividing cells/no blood cells
thick/ Inner layer/vascular (Does have blood vessels)
Deep (Below) the dermis
Protects against UV radiation
epidermis
thin outermost layer/rapidly dividing cells/no blood cells
dermis
thick/ Inner layer/vascular (Does have blood vessels)
16 terms
Human body test 2
Tital capacity
Vital capacity
Melanin
Epidermis, muscle tissue, dermis, hypo…
The amount of air that moves in and out of lungs during norma…
the maximum amount of air a person can move in and out of the…
A substance that gives skin/hair its natural color. Also give…
Parts of the skin from outside in
Tital capacity
The amount of air that moves in and out of lungs during norma…
Vital capacity
the maximum amount of air a person can move in and out of the…
50 terms
Human Body Test 2
What is the function of the respirator…
Put the following parts of the respira…
The blank is supported by cartilage ri…
Air gets blank, blank, and blank in th…
to exchange gases between the body and the environment
nasal passages, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, bronchiole…
trachea
warmed, filtered, mosited
What is the function of the respirator…
to exchange gases between the body and the environment
Put the following parts of the respira…
nasal passages, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, bronchiole…
10 terms
human body test 2 digestive and circulatory systems
digestion
digestive system
esophagus
intestine
digestion
digestive system
35 terms
Body Systems Test 2
A fibrous joint that is peg-in-socket…
If a patient was suffering from bursit…
A joint united by dense FIBROCARTILAGE…
TOTAL number of bones making up the hu…
gomphosis
small sac containing fluid
symphysis
206 bones
A fibrous joint that is peg-in-socket…
gomphosis
If a patient was suffering from bursit…
small sac containing fluid
15 terms
Human body test 2
Exocrine glands
Endocrine glamds
Merocrine glands
Apocrine glands
Glands that secrete substances outward through a duct
Ductless glands that secrete hormones into the bloodstream
Exocrine glands that secrete without loosing cellular material
Exocrine glands that have cytoplasm in Thier secretions
Exocrine glands
Glands that secrete substances outward through a duct
Endocrine glamds
Ductless glands that secrete hormones into the bloodstream
22 terms
HUMAN BODY TEST 2
3 TYPES OF MUSCLES
FUNCTION OF SKELETAL MUSCLE
FUNCTION OF SMOOTH MUSCLE
FUNCTION OF CARDIAC MUSCLE
Skeletal, Smooth, Cardiac
Attached to bones and provide the force needed to move bones
Controls many types of movement within the body (such as dige…
Forms the heart
3 TYPES OF MUSCLES
Skeletal, Smooth, Cardiac
FUNCTION OF SKELETAL MUSCLE
Attached to bones and provide the force needed to move bones
34 terms
Human body Test 2
Endocrine glands
Epidermis
Exocrine
Epithelial tissue
Open the door directly to the blood stream
First degree burn
Must go through hallways
Covers the body
Endocrine glands
Open the door directly to the blood stream
Epidermis
First degree burn
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