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Herzing Anatomy MT

Anatomy and medical terminology

TermDefinition
ana apart
-tom cutting
ana/tom/y Process of cutting apart; study of body parts by dissection
-ology study of
bio life
bio/logy study of life
physio nature
physi/ology study of nature or natural function of body
ante in front of
anter/ior in the front
poster behind
poster/ior in back of
super above
super/ior above a part
infer below
infer/ior below a part
-al pertaining to
caud tail
caud/al pertaining to the tail
crani skull
crani/al pertaining to the skull
dist distant
dist/al pertaining to a distant part
dors back
dors/al pertaining to the back
later side
later/al pertaining to the side
medi middle
medi/al pertaining to the middle
proxim near
proxim/al pertaining to nearness or closeness
ventr belly, front side
ventr/al pertaining to the belly of front side
chem chemical
chemistry study of chemical composition of matter
di two
-saccharide sugar containing carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen
di/saccharide contains two sugars
extra outside
-cellular pertaining to cell(s)
extra/cellular outside the cell
intra inside
intra/cellular inside the cell
mono one
mono/saccharide contains one sugar
multi many
multi/cellular many cells
poly many
poly/saccharide contains many sugars
uni one
uni/cellular one-celled
 

 



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