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MT Unit 2

Cytoplasm Holds the organelles of the cell.
Lysosome Organelle that serves a digestive function.
Ribosome Site of protein formation (contains DNA).
Mitochondrion Converts nutrients to energy in the presence of oxygen.
Nucleus Control center of cell (Contains DNA).
Homeoestasis Process of balance needed to maintain a healthy body.
Metabolism Converting energy by continually building up substances.
Catabolism Breaking down substances.
Anabolism building up substances.
Epithelial Acts as an internal or external covering for organs.
connective Tissue Includes a variety of types, all of which have an internal structural network.
Muscular Tissue 3 types of tissue, all of which share the unique property of being able to contract and relax.
Nervous Tissue Includes cells that provide transmission of info. To regulate a variety of functions.
Body The largest or most important part of an organ.
Lumen The space within an artery, vein, intestine, or tube. (space within vessel)
Sinus A cavity or channel in bone, a dilated channel for blood.
Vestibule A small space or cavity at the beginning of a canal.(small space at entrance to canal)
Cytology The study of the cells.
Histoloy The study of tissues.
Anatomy The study of the structure of the body.
Physiology The study of disease.
Biopsy process tissue that has been removed.
Autopsy Process of viewing by self.
Anter/o Front
Dors/o Back
Later/o Side
Lumb/o Lower Back
Thorac/o Chest
Ot/o Ear
Cervic/o Neck
Cyt/o Cell
Hist/o Tissue
Unilateral Pertaining to one side.
Bilateral Pertaining to two sides.
Proximal Pertaining to near origin.
Distal Pertaiing to far from the origin.
Supine Lying on ones back.
Prone Lying on ones belly.
Anterior Pertaining to the front. (ventral)
Posterior Pertaining to the back. (Dorsal)
Superior Pertaining to upward. (Cephalad)
Inferior Pertaining to downward (caudad)
Medial Pertaining to the middle.
Created by: eandancer33