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INTRO EXAM TO A & P

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THE OUTSIDE OF THE CALF IS CALLED? LATERAL
THE FOLLOWING TYPES OF TISSUE MAKE UP THE STRUCTURE OF MOST ORGANS SUCH AS THE STOMACH, INTESTINES, AND BLOOD VESSELS VISCERAL
THE SPREADING OF A TUMOR FROM ITS PRIMARY SITE TO ANOTHER LOCATION IS KNOWN AS WHAT METASTASIS
WHAT LINES THE THORACIC CAVITY PLEURA
WHAT IS THE BASIC STRUCTURAL UNIT OF THE BODY CELL
LIST THE BODY CAVITIES AND THE ORGANS IN EACH DORSAL - BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD THORACID - HEART,LUNGS, LARGER VESSELS, TRACHEA, ESOPHAGUS ABDOMINOPELVIC - ABDOMINAL & PELVIC
CELL MEMBRANE OUTSIDE COVERING OF THE CELL MADE UP OF PHOPHOLIPIDS AND PROTEIN MOLECULES. SEMIPERMABLE
CYTOPLASM FLUID, JELLY-LIKE THAT FILLS THE CELL, MADE UP OF NUTRIENTS AND WASTE
NUCLEUS "CONTROL CENTER" BRAIN OF CELL, GIVES CHEMICAL MESSAGES ABOUT HOW TO FUNCTION. MADE UP OF GENES
MITOCHRONDRIA "POWER PLANT" OF CELL. BREAKS DOWN NUTRIENTS AND USES THEM TO MAKE ATP
ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM NETWORK OF TUBES AND CHANNELS THAT MOVE SUBSTANCES INSIDE THE CELL
ENERGY THE ABILITY TO DO WORK
METABOLISM THE SUM TOTAL OF ALL CHEMICAL PROCESSES THAT TAKE PLACE IN THE BODY
WHICH PHASE IS THE BUILDING UP PHASE ANABOLISM - PROCESS OF USING SIMPLE SUBSTANCES TO MAKE NEW SUBSTANCES. REQUIRES ENERGY
WHICH PHASE IS THE BREAKING DOWN PHASE CATABOLISM - PROCESS OF BREAKING DOWN COMPLEX SUBSTANCES INTO SIMPLER ONES. PRODUCES ENERGY
LIST FOUR TYPES OF TISSUE EPITHELIAL MUSCLE CONNECTIVE NERVOUS
WHICH TYPE OF TISSUE FORMS SKIN AND MEMBRANES EPITHELIAL
WHICH TYPE OF TISSUES FORMS BONE AND FASCIA CONNECTIVE
WHICH TYPE OF TISSUE CONTRACTS AND PRODUCES MOVEMENT MUSCLE
WHICH TYPE OF TISSUE RELAYS ELECTRICAL IMPULSES NERVOUS
WHAT ARE THE THREE TYPES OF MUSCLE CARDIAC - INVOLUNTARY SMOOTH/VISERCAL - INVOLUNTARY SKELTAL (STRIATED) - VOLUNTARY
WHICH SYSTEMS ORGANS ARE LINES WITH MUCOUS MEMBRANES URINARY REPRODUCTIVE RESPIRATORY DIGESTIVE
DEFINE TISSUE GROUPS OF SIMILIAR CELLS WORKING TOGETHER TO PERFORM A SPECIFIC FUNCTION
DEFINE ORGAN TWO OR MORE DIFFERENT TISSUES WORKING TOGETHER TO PERFORM A COMPLEX FUNCTION OR COMMON GOAL
DEFINE SYSTEM TWO OR MORE ORGANS WORKING TOGETHER TO PERFORM A COMPLEX FUNCTION OR COMMON GOAL
THE MAINTENANCE OF A STEADY STATE WITHIN A BODY'S PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL ENVIRONMENT IS TERMED HOMEOSTASIS
ANY USEFUL SUBSTANCE NUTRIENT
DEFINE DIFFUSION THE MOVEMENT OF PARTICLES FROM AN AREA OF GREATER CONCENTRATION TO AN AREA OF LESSER CONCENTRATION
DEFINE OSMOSIS THE MOVEMENT OF WATER FROM AN AREA OF LESSER CONCENTRATION TO AN AREA OF GREATER CONCENTRATION
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OSMOSIS AND DIFFUSION OSMOSIS USES ENERGY DIFFUSION DOES NOT
LIST THE THREE SEROUS MEMBRANES THAT LINE THE BODY'S CAVITIES PLUERA - THORACIC PERICARDIUM - AROUND THE HEART PERITONEUM - COVERS THE ABDOMINOPELVIC ORGANS AND LINES THE CAVITY
INTEGUMENTARY COVERS AND PROTECTS THE BODY
NERVOUS COORDINATES BODY ACTIVITIES
SKELTAL BODY FRAMEWORK AND SUPPORT
ENDOCRINE METABOLIC ACTIVITY
MUSCULAR PRODUCES MOVEMENT
LYMPHATIC RETURNS TISSUE FLUID TO THE BLOOD
CARDIOVASCULAR TRANSPORTATION - HEART IS THE PUMP
URINARY REGULATES BODY FLUID
DIGESTIVE INGEST AND DIGEST FOOD; ABSORBS NUTRIENTS
RESPIRATORY EXCHANGE OF GASES BETWEEN BLOOD AND ENVIRONMENT
REPRODUCTIVE REPRODUCTION OF THE HUMAN SPECIES
SPECIAL SENSES VISION AND HEARING
WHAT TERM DESCRIBES A TUMOR THAT IS LIFE THREATENING MALIGNANT
WHICH TERM DESCRIBES A TUMOR THAT IS SLOWER GROWING AND NOT LIFE THREATENING BENIGN
WHAT IS THE TERM THAT DESIGNATES THE SPREAD OF MALIGNANCY METASTASIS
WHAT IS THE TERM FOR MALIGNANCIES OF THE EPITHELIAL TISSUE CARCINOMA
WHAT IS THE TERM FOR MALIGNANCIES OF THE CONNECTIVE TISSUE SARCOMA
OSTEOMA BONE TUMOR
MYOMA MUSCLE TUMOR
LIPOMA FAT TUMOR
PAPILLOMA WART
NEVUS MOLE
GLIOMA NERVE TUMOR
ADENOMA GLAND TUMOR
ANGIOMA VESSEL TUMOR
FLUID FOUND WITHIN THE CELL IS INTRACELLULAR
FLUID FOUND OUTSIDE THE CELL IS EXTRACELLULAR
STUDY OF CELLS CYTOLOGY
STUDY OF TISSUES HISTOLOGY
STUDY OF TUMORS ONCOLOGY
STUDY OF BLOOD HEMATOLOGY
STUDY OF DISEASE PATHOLOGY
STUDY OF FORMS AND SHAPES OF LIVING ORGANISMS MORPHOLOGY
LIST THE FOUR MAJOR ELEMENTS OF WHICH THE BODY IS MADE OXYGEN HYDROGEN NITROGEN CARBON
SUPERIOR ABOVE
INFERIOR BELOW
ANTERIOR/VENTRAL FRONT
POSTERIOR/DORSAL BACK
CRANIAL TOWARDS THE HEAD
CAUDAL TOWARDS THE TAIL
CENTRAL TRUNK
PERIPHERAL TOWARDS THE EXTREMITIES
MEDIAL MIDDLE
LATERAL SIDE
INNER ASPECT INSIDE
SUPINE LAYING ON BACK
PRONE LAYING ON ABDOMEN
DEEP AWAY FROM THE SURFACE
SUPERFICIAL TOWARDS THE SURFACE
PROXIMAL TOWARDS THE ORIGIN OF THE STRUCTURE
DISTAL AWAY FROM THE ORIGIN OF THE STRUCTURE
AFFERENT CONDUCTING TOWARDS THE STRUCTURE
EFFERENT CONDUCTING AWAY FROM THE STRUCTURE
SPINAL REGION 1ST SET 7 CERVICAL
SPINAL REGION 2ND SET 12 THORACIC
SPINAL REGION 3RD SET 5 LUMBAR
SPINAL REGION 4TH SET 5 SACRAL (SACRUM)
SPINAL REGION 5TH SET 1 COCCYGEAL (COCCYX)
FRONTAL PLANE DIVIDES INTO ANTERIOR AND POSTERIOR PARTS
SAGITTAL PLANE DIVIDES INTO RIGHT AND LEFT PARTS
TRANSVERSE PLANE DIVIDES INTO SUPERIOR AND INFERIOR PARTS
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