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VET113 CH1 Questions

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How does anatomy of muscle and bone differ from physiology? Anatomy = shows appearances and locations Physiology = How they function
How might abnormalities in an animal's anatomy or physiology have a negative impact on it's health and well - being? They work together to maintain a healthy and functioning animal. One part can affect another because they are INTERRELATED.
A horses's shoulder is located _______________ to its hip. Cranial
The ___________ surface of an animals leg is the one closest to it's body [inside]. Medial
If facing a cat head on, is it's left ear on your left or right side? Right side
Principle of bilateral symmetry, single structures in body are located on or near which anatomic plane reference? Median Plane
Where is pleura found? Peritoneum? Pleura = cranial thoracic cavity Peritoneum = caudal abdominal cavity
Difference between visceral and parietal layers? Visceral = organs Parietal = cavity itself
What is the difference between a cell, tissue, organ, system? Cell = subdivisions that make up tissue and organs Tissues = groups of cells that specialize Organs = groups of tissue that work together System = groups of organs
4 general types of tissue 1. Epithelial 2. Connective 3. Muscle 4. Nervous
Example of a macroscopic anatomic part is ____________________. Muscle
The system consisting of glands and hormones is called ________________. Endocrine
Which plane is perpendicular to the sagittal and transversal plane? Dorsal
Word that means "towards the nose" is ___________. Rostral
Which terms refer to up and down? Dorsal and Ventral
The plantar surface is located ___________. Distal to the tarsus on the back of the hind limb.
The dorsal body cavity consists of the _____________ cavities. Cranial and Spinal
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