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Anatomy Major Test

superior a part is above another part
anterior torward the front
inferior a part is below another party
posterior torward the back
medial closer to midline than another part
lateral farther away from the midline
ipsilateral same side
contralateral opposite side
proximal closer to the trunk or another specified point
distal farther from the trunk or specified point
superficial near the surface
peripheral outward or near the surface
deep more internal
Sagittal/Median cuts body into left and right
transverse/cross cuts body into halves
coronal or front cuts body into front and half
olique cuts at a random angle
movement change in position and motion
responsiveness reaction to a change
growth increase in size
reproduction production of new organisms and new cells
digestion breakdown of food substances
absorption passage of substances through membranes and into the system
circulation movement of substances in body fluids
assimilation changing of absorbed substances into different substances
Requirements for Organisms water, food, oxygen, heat, and pressure
Created by: galleyman