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1st Exam- Ana & Phys

QuestionAnswer
What is the prefix of Cyanotic Cyan
Blood vessel in which blood flows Lumen
Normal blood rate of an adult 60-100bpm
Added to blood to prevent it from clotting Anticoagulant
Root words describe symptoms FALSE
These cells carry oxygen to blood Erythrocytes
Fluid that fills cells is known as cytoplasm
A term is never made up of a prefix alone True
The vein along the pinky Basilic
Vein along the thumb Celltic
Middle vein in the arm Median
The area where the main three veins run in an arm Anticubital fossa
What returns blood to the heart and walls Veins
Sketel, Visceral and Cardiac are types of what Muscles
Clear pale fluid 90% water and 10% protein Plasma
These are essential in coaugulation Platelets
What is the abbrev for Aspartate aminotransferase AST
Which blood type is less common AB
Which is universal giver O-
Which is a universal receiver AB-
What process converts simple compounds into complex substances to carry out cell activites Anabolism
Is the median cubital the easiest vein to anchor and less likey to bruise Yes
The cranial and spinal cavities are included in what cavity Dorsal
What is the thoracic cavity Lungs
What is the Pericardial cavity Heart
What is the abdominal cavity Digestion
What is the pelvic cavity Bladder and reproductive organs
What plan divides the body left and right Sagittal
What divives the body front and back Coronal
What divides the body top and bottom Transverse
What system produces gametes Reproductive system
What thick layer is continuous with the pericardium Epicardium
GTT, Bilirubin and Fecel fat is found in what system Digestive
What chamber of the heart receives oxygen poor blood from the body Right Atrium
What is the name of the lower half of the heart Ventricles
What is the integumentary system SKIN, barrier against pathogens, regulates body temp
What protects your organs? Skeletal system
What system absorbs nutrients and absorbs everything Digestive system
Urinary system does what? Eliminates waste
The hormone system is what? Endocrine
What is the system for survival of a species Reproductive
What system supports the exchange of O2 and Co2 Respiratory
What system is for movement and producing heat? Muscular
Circulatory system is... The heart and heart components
Nervous system does what? Transmits
Immunity is found in what body system? Lymphatic
Cells Smallest units of an organism that carry basic functions of life
What is Cytology Stidy of cells and organelles
Masses of similar cells and cell products that form a region of an organ is what? Tissue
The study of tissues Histology
What are organs? Structures composed of two or more tissues types that work together to carry out a function
Created by: CCSavage88