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LOM Ch.2

Homework For Ch.2

The process by which foos is burned to release energy? D. Catabolism
Part of the cell where formation of protiens occurs? C. Endoplasmic reticulum
Sum of the chemical processes in a cell? B. Metabolism
Picture of nuclear structures arranged in numerical order? E. Karyotype
Part of the cell where catabolism primarily occurs? C. Mitochondria
Allows materials to pass into and out of the cell? B. Cell Membrane
Gennes are composed of? D. DNA
Muscular wall separating the abdominal and thoracic cavities? B. Diaphragm
The space in the chest between the lungs is the? C. Pleural Cavity
Adipose means Pertaining to? C. Fat
Throat: E. Pharynx
Sarcoma: C. Malignant Tumor of flesh tissue
Craniotomy; A. incision of the Skull
A histologist studies? C. Tissues
An epithelial cell is a(an)? A. Skin cell
The pleural cavity is the: D. Space between the membranes around the lungs
Viscera: B. Internal Organs
The pituitary gland is in which body cavity? A. Cranial
Voicebox: D. Larynx
The tailbone is the; D. Coccyx
Supine means: A. lying on the back
The upper lateral regions of the abdomen , benearth the ribs, are the; E. hypochondriac region
The RUQ contains the : A. Liver
Pertaning to a plane that divides the body into right and left portions: D. Sagittal
A disk is: A piece of cartilage between backbones
Control center of the cell, containing chomosomes Nucleus
The process of building up protiens in a cell is called Anabolism
The total of the chemical processes in a cell is known as Metabolism
A scientist who studies tissues is called a (an) Histologist
Regions of DNA within a Chromosome Genes
throat pharynx
collection of fat cells Adipose tissue
windpipe trachea
tube from the kidney to the urinary bladder ureter
voice box larynx
membrane surrounding the lungs pleura
flexible connective tissue at joints cartilage
tube from the urinary bladder to outside of body urethra
cavity surrounded by the skull cranial
cavity in the chest surrounded by ribs thoracic
cavity surrounded by the hip bone abdominal
Cavity surrounded by the backbones spinal
cavity below the chest containing digestive organs pelvic
region of the neck cervical
refion of the chest thoracic
region of the waist lumbar
region of the sacrum sarcal
region of the tailbone coccygeal
deep superficial
proximal distal
supine prone
dorsal ventral
the left lung lies __ to the heart
Created by: Stepha_09