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|The cardiovascular system is
|2 or more organs working 2ward the same goal
|In order for anatomical terms to be universally understood, it is assumed that the body is in the anatomical position, which is?
|Standing upright & facing forward w the arms @ the sides & the palms of the hands facing forward
|In the anatomical position, the body is
|Standing w the arms @ the sides & palms facing forward
|Which anatomical position is the nose compared to the ears?
|The thoracic cavity is what to the abdominal cavity?
|Which anatomical position are the fingers compared to the elbow?
|Most of the organs of digestion are found in what cavity?
|The pelvic cavity contains what?
|The reproductive organs
|What are molecules composed of?
|@ least 2 atoms bonded 2gether
|@ what pH is a solution neither an acid nor a base?
|During mitosis the nucleus does what?
|Makes a complete copy of each pair of chromosomes
|What is the term for the segment of DNA that determines a body trait?
|The directional position above or close the head is which of the following terms?
|What is the term for a directional position that is farther away from the midline of the body?
|How are bones directionally positioned to the skin?
|How are the knees positioned to the hips
|The position toward the front of the body is called what?
|How is the brain positioned to the nose?
|What is the position that is closest to the midline of the body?
|In what directional position is the skin relative to the muscles?
|Which of the following describes a position close to the point of attachment or to the trunk of the body?
|How is the elbow positioned to the wrist?
|Which plane divides the body into inferior and superior portions?
|Which plane divides the body into right & left portions?
|Which plane divides the body into anterior and posterior portions?
|What plane divides the body equally into right and left halves
|What releases hydroxyl ions in water?
|When positively or negatively charged particles are released by electrolytes, they are called what?
|When put in water, what release positively or negatively charged ions?
|Which of the following releases hydrogen ions in water?
|What is the term for the overall chemical functioning of the body?
|Which of the following is primarily used to make energy?
|Triglycerides that are used to store energy for cells are one for of what?
|Which substances are the structural materials for building solid body parts?
|Where is the genetic information for the body located?
|Which of the following is usually found near the center of the cell & contains the chromosomes?
|Which of the following is made up of phospholipids, proteins, cholesterol, & carbohydrates & is very thin and selectively permeable?
|What part of the cell is mostly water, ions, & nutrients and contains organelles that perform many functions?
|Carrier molecules help move substances from an area of low concentration to an area of high concentration by what?
|When some type of pressure forces substances across a membrane what is it called?
|What is the movement of water across a semipermeable membrane?
|Substances "spread out" by what?
|Water moves toward a higher concentration of solutes by what?
|What is the movement of a substance from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration across a semipermeable membrane?
|Which of these genetic disorders, in which clotting factors are missing, primarily affects males?
|Which of the following is a life-threatening disease that mianly affects the lungs & pancreas?
|What is the inability to synthesize the enzyme needed to produce tyrosine?
|The disorder in which a person is born without pigmentation in the skin, eyes, & hair is what?
|Which type of tissue covers the body & most organs?
|Which type of tissue are cells separated by a matrix?
|The relative consistency of the body's internal environment is called what?
|What is the scientific term for the study of the function of the body's organs?