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anatomy Rev unit 2

review of the organic/vocab test

Iron Fe, needed for carrying oxygen in the blood
Oxygen O
Hydrogen H
Sodium Na
Calcium Ca, needed for bones and teeth as well as blood clotting, and nerve impulse conduction
Nitrogen N
Glycogen animal storage form of carbohydrates
starch plant storage form of carbohydrates
Nitrogen present in proteins and nucleic acids but not in carbohydrates or lipids
Buffers prevent rapid swings in pH
Polysaccharides large carbohydrate molecules
monosaccharides small carbohydrate molecules, building blocks of carbohydrates
Iodine needed for the thyroid to make its hormone and prevent goiter
amino acids building blocks of proteins
nucleotides building blocks of nucleic acids
lipids used to insulate the body and found in cell membranes
water inorganic compound
etiology study of cause of disease
leukocytosis increase in white blood cells
histology study of tissues
cytology study of cells
neuroma tumor on a nerve
cyanosis pertaining to the color blue
DNA double helix, nucleic acid, stores hereditary information
myoma tumor on muscle
Created by: TeresaGentry