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Whole Body Term

Terminology of the Body

Abdominal Cavity beneath the Thoracic Cavity. Contains the liver, gallbladder, spleen, stomach, pancreas, intestines, and kidneys.
Anaplasia A change in the structure and orientation of cells. Reverts to a more primitive form.
Anatomical position The standard reference position for the body as a whole. Person stands with palms, head and feet forward.
Anterior Front
Aplasia Absence of organs
Cardiac Muscle Muscle that makes up the wall of the heart
Caudal Tail
Cell smallest structural unit of living matter
Cell Membrane barrier that is outer covering of a cell
Cervical Vertebrae First seven segments of the spine - C1-C7
Chromosomes structures within the nucleus that control functions of growth, repair and reproduction for the body
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