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Anatomy QuizONE

Quiz #1 - TERMS

TermDefinition
Anatomy study of body structures (form) and the interaction among them
Inspection observations
Palpation using touch
auscultation listening
percussion touch and respond
dissection viewing internal body
gross anatomy anatomy on a large scale- dissection
microanatomy cytology, histology, ultrastructure, microscope
physiology how systems within the body function
mechanical muscles contracting
physical movement
biochemical mechanical and physical
biota earth
domain eukarya
kingdom animalia
phylum chordata
class mammalia
order primates
family hominidae
genus homo
species Homo Sapiens
Invertebrates no backbone
vertebrates have vertebral column
stereoscopic vision 2 eyes see the same object
eukaryotic cells membrane bound organelles
prokaryotic cells no membrane bound organelles
protist single celled organism
atoms carbon, oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen
molecules O2
cells basic unit of entire organism
tissues aggragation of cells
organ group of tissues
system separate functions between all- group of organs
organism multiple systems working together to sustain life
Atoms, molecule, cell, tissue, organ, system, organism Heirarchy of Organisms
Integumentary, Skeletal, Muscular Form/Support and Movement systems
Nervous, endocrine Integration and Control systems
Cardiovascular, Lymphatic, Respiratory, Digestive, Urinary Regulation and Maintenance systems
Reproduction Reproduction and Development systems
metabolism sum of all internal chemical reactions within a cell
anabolism build up of complex chemical substances
catobolism breakdown of complex chemical substances
excretion removal of cellular chemical waste
stimulus change in external and internal environment
homeostasis maintain bodys internal environment
nervous, endocrine 2 systems that homeostasis is maintained by:
growth increase in size and number of cells
differentiation change in function, development of specialized cells
adaptation changes suitable to environment
evolution change in population over time
mutations change in genetic structure
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