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Sabrina Anatomy

Week 1-5

TermDefinition
Transverse plane Divides body into superior and inferior parts
Sagittal plane Divides body into right and left parts
Coronal plane Divides the body into dorsal and ventral parts
Anatomical postition The body standing erect and facing forward. Arms by the sides of the body and palms facing forward with the legs straight, feet slightly apart from one anothe and turned slightly outward.
Anatomy The study of body structure
Physiology The study of body fuction
pH The power of hydrogen
Organic compound Compunds composed of molecules that contain C-C covalent bonds or C-H covalent bonds or both
Inorganic compound Do not have C-H or C-C bonds.
Metabolism All of the chemical reactions that occur in body cells
Nucleus spherical body in the center of the cell enlosed by an envelope with many pores. Contains DNA
Gap junctions Join the cytoplasm of two cells and fuse two plasma membranes into a single structure
Tight junctions molecules cannot permeate the cracks, joined by collars of tightly fused materials
Epithelial Tissue Covers and protects body surface. Also absorb, excrete and secrete.
Connective tissue Supports body structure
Muscle Tissue Produces body movement
Nervous tissue Communication through body parts
Epidermis Outermost layer of the skin. Provides barrier.
Dermis Under the epidermis and contains connective tissue, sweat glands and hair follicles.
Hypodermis Under dermis and is made of fat and connective tissue
Appendicular skeleton Pectoral girdle, pelvic girdle, arms and legs.
Axial skeleton Consist of the bones of the heads and vertebrae trunk.
Created by: mslacy23
 

 



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