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Human Anatomy Set 2

TermDefinition
What are axial muscles? include the head and truck muscles.
What are the appendicular muscles? include the arms and legs muscles.
What are the two main cells that are in the nervous system? gilia cells and neruons
What does the CNS stand for? Central Nervous System
What does PNS stand for? Peripheral Nervous system
What are 6 out of 12 cranial nerves? 1.)Olfactory-smell 2.)Optic-visual acuity 3.)Oculomotor-eye movement, pupil dilation 4.)Troclear-vertical eye movement 5.)Trigeminal-sensory=facial sensation, motor=facial expression 6.)Abducens-lateral movement of eyeballs
What are the other 6 out of 12 cranial nerves? 7.)Facial-sensory=taste, motor=facial expression 8.)Auditory-hearing and balance 9.)Glossopharyngeal-sensory=taste, motor=swallowing 10.)Vagus-sensory=sensation in the throat and visceral muscles, motor=vocal cords and peristalsis 11.)Accessory-head a
What does the endocrine system control? body cavities by releasing mediators called hormones
What is a hormone? a mediator molecule that regulates the activity of cells in other parts of the body
What do nerve impulses do? trigger the release of mediator molecules called neurotransmitters
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