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URI Anatomy Quiz 2

URI Anatomy Quiz 2 directional nomenclature, planes, levels of biological organi

Tissue that has as its specialized function the ability to conduct an impulse is called _____. nerve tissue
The majority of the tissue that makes up the heart is _____ (be specific with the type of tissue - do not choose one of the five major tissue types). cardiac muscle
Striated muscle tissue is also called _____ voluntary muscle
_____ is the only liquid tissue that is always found in humans. blood
The reproductive tissue includes male cells (spermatozoa) and female cells (_____). Ova
The fascia closest to the skin is _____ fascia. Superficial
The human elbow is _____ to the shoulder. Distal
A cross section is also called a _____. transverse plane
A frontal plane is also called a _____. coronal plane
When we study a bone that is part of the appendicular skeleton, we call the end that is away from the midline of the body the _____ end. distal
The end of a skeletal muscle that USUALLY moves and is USUALLY distal is the _____. insertion
The ring finger is _____ to the little finger. Lateral
The shoulder is _____ to the elbow. proximal
Structures that are anterior in a human would be called _____ in a cat. ventral
A coronal plane is also called a(n) _____. frontal plane
Dorsal in a cat is _____ in a human. Posterior
If one were to cut the thigh midway between the hip and the knee with a transverse section, the piece with the knee would be _____. distal
A transverse plane is also called a(n) _____. cross section
The thoracic cavity of a human is _____ to the abdominal cavity. superior
The cervical vertebrae of a human are _____ relative to the head. inferior
The ring finger is _____ to the little finger. lateral
In the forearm there are two layers of muscles in the flexor compartment. The layer that is closest to the skin is the _____ layer. Superficial
The thoracic cavity of the cat is _____ relative to the abdominal cavity. cranial
The vertebral column of the cat is _____ relative to the sternum. dorsal



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