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anatomy quiz one

Ions atoms that have lost or gained one or more electron
Cross Section Cut straight across
Midsagital Right down the middle equally
Lateral Further from the midline
Superficial How close things are to the surface
Anatomical position standard position we assume the body is in
Cations Atom that lost electrons.
Superior Being above something else
Posterior behind something
Proximal closer to the point of attatchment
Transverse cut have a top part and bottom part
Longitudinal section cut down the length
Neutron No charge, makes nucleus stable.
Anions Atom that gained electrons
Inferior Below something else
Deep How far things are from the surface
Distal Further from the point of attatchment
Frontal Front and back part
Oblique section cut on an angle
electron CHARGE is -1. found in shells. row number on periodic table tells how many shells of electrons there are. weight = 0
elements pure substances made of identical atoms
Atom smallest particle of an element. no charge, same number of protons as electrons
Sagittal cut so left and right part are unequal
medial closer to midline of body
anterior in front of
Created by: jessalin11