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Chapter 5

which part of a cell contains the chromosomes or genetic material nucleus
what type of muscle lines the walls of blood vessels visceral
which of the following is an accessory organ of the digestive system liver
evaluation of the endocrine system involves hormone determinations
the spinal cord and brain are covered by protective membranes called meninges
sudoriferous glands are connected to hair follicles
most gas exchange between blood and tissue takes place in the capillaries
the functional units of the nervous system are the neurons
simple compounds into complex substances anabolism
which of the following is a structure within a cell golgi apparatus
which of the following is a finger bone phalanx
which of the following is an appendage of the integumentary system sebaceous gland
a patient has meningitis. what body sytem is associated with this diagnosis nervous
tuft of capillaries (they filter) located in nephrom of kidneys glomeruli
accessory organs of the digestive system include the gallbladder, the liver and the pancreas
which of the following are all endorine system tests T3, T4, and TSH
most carbon dioxide is carried in the blood in this manner bicarbonat ion
muscle tissue that the cells are long, cylindrical, multinucleated, and heavily striated. what type of muscle cells are they skeletal
gametes are sex cells
surfactant help keep alveoli inflated
which of the following tests is assoiated with the reproductive system HCG
to enter the cavity to obtain Cerebro spinal fluid (CSF) sample lumbar punture
a flat surface resulting from a cut through the body in the normal anatomical position body planes
posterior or pertaining to the back dorsal
the process by which the body maintains a state of equilibrium is: homeostasis
the coagulation process hemostasis
B type natiuretic peptide BNP
a dangerous condition in which the PH of the blood is abnormally low (acidic) acidosis
nearest to the center of the body or point of attachment proximal
farthest from the center of the body or point of attachment distal
lying facedown with the palms facing down prone
lying horizontal on the back facing up supine
peripheral nervous system - motor and sensory nerves PNS
facing forward feet palms up anotomic position
the study of the functions of the living organism psysiology
divides the body vertically into right and left portions sagittal plane
divides the body vertically into equal right and left portions midsagittal plane
divides the body vertically into front and half frontal plane
divides the body verically into upper and lower portions transverse plane
farthest from the center of the body distal
nearest of the center of the body,origin, or attached point proximal
lying on ones back facing up supine
lying on ones stomach facing down prone
command center nucleus
fingers phalanges
where is the cranium located dorsal cavity
structural composition of living organisms anatomy
low blood ph acidosis
reproductive system estrogen and progesteron
master gland that secretes hormones pituitary gland
includes brain and spine "central nervous system" CNS
transmits electric impulses nerves
produces movements/contracting muscle
lines organs, vessels and cavities (covers and protects) epithelial
adipose connects connective tissue
adipose, contains blood vessels subcutaneous
inner layer contains blood and lymph vessels dermis
outer layer no blood or vessels, creates melanin epidermis
urinary tract infection UA
cerebral sinal fluid (nervous system) CSF
arterial blood gases (respiratory tissue) ABG
attached bones - volentary skeletal muscle
hollow organs - involentary smooth muscle
heart - involentary cardiac muscle
destructive process complex to simple catabolism
major cause of respiratory distress in infacnts and children RSV
what does the functions of the urinary system filters waste blood, eliminates waste from body, regulates body fluids and produces EPO (hormone produced by rbc's)
creatinine clearance, creatinine serum and creatinine 24hr urine are all urinary test
the creation of a hormone is an example anabolism