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SPINAL CORD AND THIS MAKE UP THEN NERVOUS SYSTEM BRAIN
SUNSTANCE THAT IS DISSOLVED IN ANOTHER SUBSTANCE SOLUTE
UNIVERSAL SOLVENT WATER
FIRST PART OF THE SMALL INTESTINE DUODENUM
IRON-CONTAINING PROTEIN IN BLOOD HEMOGLOBIN
HEMOGLOBIN CARRIES THIS OXYGEN
THREE BONES OF THE EAR ARE COLLECTIVELY NAMED THIS OSSICLES
THE INDIVIDUAL OSSICLES OF THE EAR ARE NAMED (AND TRANSLATED INTO) MALLEUS (HAMMER) INCUS (ANVIL) STAPES (STIRRUP)
THE AUDITORY TUBE LEADS FROM THE ----- TO THE ----- MIDDLE EAR THROAT
MOVEMENT OF GASES FROM HIGHER TO LOWER CONCENTRATION DIFFUSION
MOVEMENT OF WATER THROUGH A SEMIPERMEABLE MEMBRANE OSMOSIS
DEOXYGENATED BLOOD ENTERS THE HEART THROUGH THIS CHAMBER RIGHT ATRIUM
THE LARGEST ARTERY IN THE BODY AORTA
THE MIDDLE, MUSCULAR LAYER OF THE HEART MYOCARDIUM
THE AORTIC VALVE AND THE PULMONARY VALVE ARE NAMED THIS TYPE BECAUSE OF THEIR SHAPE SEMILUNAR
THE TWO ATRIOVENTRICULAR VALVES TRICUSIPID (RIGHT SIDE) AND BICUSPID, OR MITRAL (LEFT SIDE)
BLOOD PRESSURE IS MEASURED AND DESCRIBED IN THESE TERMS SYSTOLIC/DIASTOLIC (SAID SYSTOLIC OVER DIASTOLIC)
WHAT ARE THE CHACTERISTICS OF CARDIAC MUSCLE? INVOLUNTARY, STRIATED, INTERCALATED DISCS
VESSELS THAT SUPPY BLOOD TO THE HEART CORONARY
PULMONARY MEANS---- LUNG
OIL PRODUCING GLANDS SEBACEOUS
CONTROL CENTER OF THE CELL NUCLEUS
SUPERIOR AND INFERIOR VENA CAVA DRAIN DEOXYGENATED BLOOD FROM THE BODY INTO THE RIGHT ATRIUM
AN EXAMPLE OF LIQUID CONNECTIVE TISSUE BLOOD
THE FIRST STEP IN THE ORDER OF CONDUCTION THROUGH A REFLEX ARC RECEPTOR
ANOTHER WORD FOR SENSORY NEURON AFFERENT
PACINIAN CORPUSCLES SENSE HEAVY PRESSURE
GAS IN THE LUNGS IS EXCHANGED IN THESE SMALL SACS ALVEOLI
CT THAT STORES FAT ADIPOSE
MUSCLE THAT MOVES HAIR ARRECTOR PILI
NEUTRALIZES ACID BICARBONATE
Normal Body Temperature 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit = 37 degrees Centigrade
Urea A component of urine
Nutrients pass into the dogestive tract absorbtion
moving away from the midline abduction
turning the palm downward pronation
holding the palm face up supination "hold the soup"
erythrocytes red blood cells
blood parts used for clotting platelets
lower chambers of the heart ventricles
layer of the skin under the dermis subcutaneous
flat irregular cells squamous
pulmonary circuit travels to the lungs
gentle touch receptors Meissner corpuscles
Bilirubin created by the destruction of rbc
micturation urination
functional unit of the kidney nephron
-ectomy means removal
prefixes meaning inside, middle, outer endo, myo, peri
hypoxemia deficiency of oxygen in the blood
metric prefix for 1000 kilo
cranial nerve I olfactory
give the eye its shape vitreous humor
digest protein in the stomach hydrochloric acid and pepsin
emulsifies fats and proteins, converts fats into glycerol bile
neuroglia sopport nerve cells
produces pigment in the skin melanin
cranial nerve II optic
iron containing protein in the blood hemoglobin
hormone that metabolizes sugar insulin
part of the ear that looks like a snail shell cochlea
semilunar valves lead vessels leaving the heart - pulmonary and aortic
secreted from sebaceous glands sebum
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