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Anatomy stack 2

weeks 7-12

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The inner protective covering of the brain is called the meninges
The ventral rami of most spinal nerves subdivide to form complex networks called plexuses
The three divisions of the brain that make up the brainstem are the medulla oblongata, midbrain, and pons
A subdivision of the nervous system that regulates involuntary effectors is the _____ nervous system autonomic
Fluid filling the posterior segment of the eye vitreous humor
Gustatory cells are located in all of the following areas except on the apical surface of vallate papillae on the tongue
Endolymph is made in the stria vascularis
Class of hormones secreted during chronic stress that depress immune function. glucocorticoids
Melanin-containing layer of the eye's vascular tunic choroid
Pyramid-shaped gland consisting of neural crest-derived cells and endocrine secretory cells adrenal gland
The body’s defense mechanisms can be organized into one of two major categories of immune mechanisms; these are innate and adaptive immunity
Recognition of antigens by antibodies occurs when an antigen’s epitopes fit into and bind to an antigen molecule’s antigen-binding site
An inflammation of the lower respiratory tract that involves the airways of the lungs is called pneumonia
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