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Melanie Grayson

Anatomy Weeks 1-5

Sagittal Plane Lengthwise plane running from front to back and top to bottom, diving the body or any of its parts into right and left sides
Transverse Plane Crosswise plane that divides the body or any of its parts into upper and lower parts.
Coronal Plane/Frontal Plane Lengthwise plane running from front to back and top to bottom, diving the body or any of its parts into anterior and posterior portions.
Lipids Water -insoluble organic biomolecules. They don't dissolve in water because Lipids are generally nonpolar.
Triglycerides Fats. They are the most abundant lipids, and they function as the body's most concentrated source of energy.
Proteins Are the most abundant of the organic compounds in the body. All proteins have four elements: Carbon, Oxygen, Hydrogen and Nitrogen.
ATP It is composed of Adenine and Ribose sugar (a combination called adenosine) to which are attached to a string of three phosphates groups.
ADP A set of enzyme reactions released the energy that is stored in ATP by splitting into Adenosine Diphosphate and an inorganic phosphate group.
ECM/Extracellular Matrix It's made up of water, proteins/glycoproteins, and proteoglycans that often form large bundles or complexes that bind together and to the cells of the tissue.
Connective Tissue Is one of the most widespread and diverse tissues in the body and is found in or around nearly every organ of the body. It connects, supports, transports, and defends.
Created by: mgrayson266



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