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Chapter 2 & 3

What is tonsillo? tonsilitis
-emia blood condition
-centesis surgical puncture to remove fluid
Necro death of cells of or whole body
Angio vessel
meta- change
windpipe trachea
ventro belly side of the body
viscero internal organs
nipple thelo; thelio
within intra-
hypo below
inter- between
adipo fat
lying on the belly side prone
away from the surface deep
on the surface superficial
endocrine gland at the base of the brain pituitary gland
internal organs viscera
specialist in the study of tissues histologist
picture of chromosomes in the nucleus of a cell karyotype
control center of the cell nucleus
Rod-shaped structures in the nucleus that contain regions of DNA called genes. chromosomes
process of building up large proteins from small protein pieces called amino acids anabolism
degeneration of bones and joints often accompanied by inflammation osteoarthritis
hyper- excessive; above; more than normal
-scopy process of visually examining
-tomy process of cutting or incision
largest part of the brain cerebrum
structure surrounding and protecting the cell cell membrane
Created by: photosynthesis