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Human Anatomy 199


The is an organ of both the endocrine and lymphatic systems thymus
the directional term refers to a body part that is closer to the head or above superior
the mediastinum does not contain the lungs
which type of epithelium is adapted to protect underlying tissues from abrasion and friction stratified squamous
what are the three types of serous membranes pleurae peritoneum pericardium
nervous tissue cells that play several supporting roles but do not transmit impulses are called glial cells
which epidermal layer is foundi n thick skin only stratum lucidum
a typical example of a long bone is the tibia
the bony enclosure that houses the pituitary gland is the sella turcica
the only only unpaired bones of the face are the mandible and vomer
the further away from a limbs attachment point a strucer is the more blank it is distal
the hard palate is blank to the tongue superior
the big toe is blank to the little toe medial
a plane of section will seperate the occipital bone from the maxilla coronal
the blank system is the site of blood cell production skeletal
groin region inguinal
sole of the foot plantar
part of the blank pleura is attaced to the surface of the diaphragm parietal
the blank layer of the dermis is composed of areolar connective tissue papillary
that part of a gland which actually synthesized and secretes a digestive enzyme would consitute the blank of the gland parenchyma
type of cell from which connective tissue is derived mesenchyme
type of cell found in the stratum corneum of the epidermis keratinocyte
protein that binds water and swells up to make ground substance more viscous glycosaminoglycan
type of cell junction that helps attach a cell to the basement membrane hemidesmosomes
fthe blank sweat glands produce a watery secretion that is important in thermoregulation merocrine
type of muscle tissue characterized by interclated discs cardiac
type of cartilage found in a meniscus in the knee joint fibrocartilage
type of lamellae which make up the trabeculae of spongy bone parallel
which type of connective tissue would take the longest to heal cartilage
mitosis occasionally occurs in this stratum of the epidermis spinosum
type of marrow found in the medullary cavity of an adults long bone yellow
small muscles located in the skin arrector pili
the beams or plates of bone found in spongy bone trabeculae
the growth zone of a long bone epipyseal plate
the bone cell that gets rid of the bumb found on a bone with a healed fracture osteoclast
consists of a fibrous layer and a cellular layer periosteum
location of most of the spongy bone in a long bone epephysis
bone feature found only on the femur trochanter
the mandibular fossa is found on the blank bone temporal
the palantine process is found on the blank bone maxilla
the blank bone forms the lower or inferior part of the bony nasal septum vomer
found in the petrous portion of the temporal bone malleus
process which is the insertion point of the temporalis muscle coronoid
forms the posterior wall of the vertebral foramen lamina
contributes to the formation of an intervertebral foramen articular process
an abnormal lateral curvature usually in the thoracic region scoliosis
these five vertebrae create a secondary or compensation curve lumbar
one of these vertebrae is the only one that does not contain a body cervical
contains clavicular notches manubrium
describes rib # 8 false
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