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homeostasis This state of relative constancy within the body
Abdominal Anterior torso below diaphragm
Antebrachial forearm
Axillary armpit
Brachial arm
Buccal Cheek
Carpal Wrist
Cephalic Head
Cervical Neck
Cranial Skull
Crual Leg
Cubital Elbow
Cutaneous Skin; body surface
Digital fingers, toes
Dorsal Back
Facial Face
Femoral Thigh
Frontal Forehead
Gluteal post Buttock
Inguinal Groin
Lumbar post Lower back between ribs & pelvis
Olecranal elbow
temporal side of skull
popliteal back of knee
zygomatic cheek, union/yoke
extrinsic control outside control, system & organism level
intracellular controls at cell level
intrinsic control auto regulation, organ to organ, tissue & organ level
effector accomplish- agent
hypothesis under placing, -proposition
plantar sole of foot
sagittal plane body left and right
transverse plane accross, top and bottom
prone laying face down
superficial over/above -face
occipital back of hand
volar rel. palm of hand, sole of foot
perineal perineum between anus and genitals
tarsal ankle
supraclavicular above clavicle
The body as a whole is subdivided into _______ major portions or components. 2, axial and appendicular
organization of the body begins at what level chemical
Anatomy is defined as the study of structure of living organism an relationship of its parts
Anatomy is defined as the study of functions of organism and its parts
The two major body cavities are called ventral and dorsal
The space that encloses the brain and spinal cord forms one continuous cavity called the dorsal cavity
The plane that divides the body into front and back portions coronal plane
opposes changes in the internal environment and moves the change back toward the normal value negative feedback loop
Instead of opposing a change in the internal environment, which type of feedback loop temporarily amplifies the change that is occurring positive feedback loop
Created by: ptenz



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