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Anatomy Vocab #4

Anatomy/Physiology Vocabulary Words #76-100

The unit of structure and function in a living body. Cell
A membrane surrounding a cell. It is highly selective in controlling the passage of materials into and out of the cell. Cell Membrane
All living things are composed of cells and the products of cells. Cell Theory
The brain and spinal cord. Central Nervous System
A small centrally located body which attaches the two chromosome halves to each other. Centromere
A granular area lying near the nucleus of an animal cell, containing the centrioles. Centrosome
A chemical produced by blood platelets. Cephalin
The region of the brain that coordinates muscular activities. Cerebellum
One of the two principle division of the cerebrum. Cerebral Hemisphere
The largest of the three principle parts of the brain. Cerebrum
The waxy secretion formed by glands in the external acustic meatus. Cerumen
Referring to the neck region. Cervical
The gas law dealing with the relation between the volume of a gas and its temperature. Charles' Law
A substance composed of two or more unlike atoms which are chemically united in definite percentage. Chemical Compound
A substance produced at the junction of nerve and muscle fibers which neutralizes the action of acetylcholine. Cholinesterase
A highly pigmented vascular layer of the eye that lies between the retina and the selena. Choroid Layer
The scattering of light rays at the edges of a lens so that rings of color appear to surround the object that is being viewed. Chromatic Aberration
One of the pair of filamentous spiral threads that make up a chromosome. Chromatid
One of the rodlike bodies appearing during the mitotic division of a cell. Chromosome
Lymph containing considerable amounts of emulsified fats. Chyle
The fluid form of food with in the stomach and intestine. Chyme
A small, whiplike, projection from a cell. Cilia
The end of the vertebral column beyond the sacrum. Coccyx
The spiral bony canal of the inner ear in which are located the auditory receptors. Cochlea
A term used to describe animals which cannot maintain a constant body temperature. Cold-Blooded
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