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Ch 4 Cohen Med Term

Cells, Tissues, and Organs

QuestionAnswer
A fibril is a small what? fiber
A histologist studies what? tissues
A polymorpic organism has many what? forms
Karyomegaly is enlargement of what? nucleus
The term nucleur means pertaining to what? nucleus
Adenitis is inflammation of a what? gland
A papillary structure resembles what? nipple
A myxoma is a tumor of tissue that secretes what? mucous
A reticuloctye is a cell that contains what? network
The term mucosa is used to describe a membrane that secretes what? mucous
Somatotropin, also called growth hormone, has a general stimulating effect on the what? body
Morphology is the study of what? form
Cytology is the study of what? cells
The suffix for lipase means what? enzyme
The suffix in fructose means what? sugar
What does the root in hydrophilic mean? water, fluid
What does the root in glucogenesis mean? glucose
What does the root in normogylcemia mean? sugar, glucose
What does the root in polysaccharide mean? sugar
What does the root in amyloid mean? starch
What does the root in lipogenesis mean? lipid, fat
What does the root in adiposuria mean? fat
What does the root in steatorrhea mean? fatty
What does the root in protease mean? protein
What does the root in blastocyte mean? immature cell, productive cell, embryonic cell
What does the root in histogenesis mean? origin, formation
What does the root in autophagy mean? eat, ingest
What does the root in basophilic mean? attract, absorb
What does the root in hypoplasia mean? formation, molding, development
What does the root in chronotropic mean? act on, affect
What does the root in hypertrophy mean? feeding, growth, nourishment
Created by: NurseAngela