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HS3 TWERMIES

health science 3 twermies

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cell membrane outer protective covering semipermiable
cytoplasm surrounds the nucleus, gel-like fluid inside of the cell,site of chemical reactions in a cell
Nucleus "brain" of the cell
nucleolus "protein factory"
chromatin inside the nucleus, contains dna and protein,condenses to form chromosomes
centrosome inside cytoplasm near nucleus
mitochondria "powerhouse" of the cell
Golgi Apparatus produces,stores and packages secretions for discharge from the cell, UPS Store
Endoplasmic Reticulum transports materials in/out of the nucleous
lysosomes destroys wastes using enzymes, like the garbage truck of the cell
pinocytic vesicles allows molecules to enter the cell
coronal plane splits body into a front and back
distal away from point of reference
proximal close to a point of reference
sagittal plane splits the body into a right and left
superior above
inferior below
9 abdominal regions right hypochondriac, right lumbar,right Iliac,epigastric,umbical,hypogastric,left hypochondriac,left lumbar,left Iliac
anterior of or near the head end or toward the front plane of the body
body cavities Spaces within the body that contain vital organs
body planes imaginary lines drawn through the body at various parts to seperate the body into sections
buccal cavity the mouth area
cranial pertaining to the skull
dorsal pertaining to the back
frontal (coronal) plane imaginary line that seperates the body into a front and back section
lateral away from the midline
medial toward the midline of the body
midsagittal (median) plane n imaginary line drawn down the midline of the body to divide the body into a right and left side
posterior Toward the back
transverse plane imaginary line drawn through the body to seperate it into a upper and lower half
ventral pertaining to the front or anterior part of the body
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