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Anatomy weeks 1-5

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Molecules are.. atoms combined to form larger chemical aggregates
Two major cavities of the human body are: ventral and dorsal
An example of a catabolic process is: hydrolysis
Approximately what percentage of the body weight of an adult is water? 50%
Which cell extension lacks a central pair of microtubules, is not found in blood cells, and functions in the kidney to monitor urine flow? Primary cilium
The barrier function of the plasma membrane is accomplished by the: phospholipid bilayer
Adipose tissue is a storage tissue.
What is not a primary germ layer? epiderm
The fluid environment that fills the spaces between the cells of the body is called extracellular matrix.
The joint between the pubic portions of each coxal bone is the pubic symphysis.
Why are the last two pairs of false ribs designated as floating ribs? Floating ribs do not attach even indirectly to the sternum
The two bones that form the framework for the forearm are the radius and ulna.
The vertebral bones that support the small (lower section) of the back are the lumbar vertebrae.
The most common type of cartilage is hyaline.
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