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Anatomy Unit 1

Unit One Test

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Which of the following describes Anatomy Structure of Body Parts
Define Physiology function of body, and what the parts do
Metabolism refers to as All physical and chemical change in an organ
Homeostasis can be best described as: Tendency to maintain a stable internal environment
Smallest to Largest levels of orginization of the body are atom,molecules,macromolecules,organelles,tissue,organ system,organism
The Contraction of the uterus during the birth of a baby is an example of which type of feedback passive
The Lungs are located in which cavity Resportory
A plane through the body that would divide the body into right and left is called sugiteal
A Plain through the body that would divide into right and left sides would be foreal
The kind of element is determined by the number of protons
when atoms combine, they may gain, loose, or share bonding
Which of the following bonds are the weakest? Hydrogen
A solution that contains a greater concentration of hydroxide ions than hydrogen ions is a base
Peptide bonds join together molecukes of Amenoacids
the simple sugars that are building blocks for other carbohydrates are Monocerids
the basic building blocks are smooth er
a structural lipid found in the cell membrane is a phospholipid
the major function of ribosomes is to synthesize and transport proteins
the organelles that can digest and destroy microbes that invade the cell are lisosomes
what organelle processes and packages materials to be secreted goligi apparatus
Granules or threads within the nucleus are called chromatains
the major energy production site of the cell is the mitochondria
DNA is a major constitution of which cell organelle? nucleouls
in the cell membrane, the hydrolipids part of the phospholipid molecule lines water
diffusion of particles through a membrane by means of a carrier molecule is called Facilitated diffusion
phagosytosis is an example of trapping bacteria cells (white blood)
The correct arrangement of the phase of mitosis is Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telephase
during which stage of mitosis do the centrioles move to the opposite poles of the cells Prophase
after phagocytosis occurs, enzymes from this organelle can digest what is in the vesicle lisosomes
Materials can be movied from low concentration to a high concentration through concentration gradient
Heart Circulatory System
Trachea Respiratory System
Spinal Cord Nervous System
Skin Integumentary System
Kidneys Excretory System
Large Intestine Digestive System
Uterus Reproductive System
Occipital refers to the Back of lower skull
Thoracic refers to the Chest
orbital refers to the Eyes
Umbilical refers to the Naval
Frontal refers to the Forehead
Buccal refers to the Inside of the cheek
Cervical refers to the Neck
Brain of the cell Nucleus
power house of the cell mitochondria
post office of the cell golgi apparatus
packages proteins that the ribosome make Rough endoplasmic reticulum
gate keeper of the cell plasma membrane
RNA is found in here nucleouls
subway for fats smooth er
part of cytoskeleton: active during cell division centrioles
protein factories ribosome
found in the nucleus: DNA Chromatin
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