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A&P Quiz 1

Quiz Week 1

QuestionAnswer
Anatomic Position Facing you with thumbs facing out, toes foward
The Head The highest Point for Anatomic Position
Transverse Planes An anatomical Plane that is Paralelle to floor and divides body into upper and lower halves
Coronal Planes An anatomical Plane that Divides body into front and back halves
Sagital Plane Ab abatomical Plane tha divides body in to right and left halves
Superior Up also known as cranial
INferior Down also known a Caudal
DOrsel Back also known as posterior
Ventral Front also known as Anterior
Medial "toward the" middle also known as Central
Lateral out to the sides also known as peripheral
Proximal Closer to the center or central
Distal Firther away from center
Superfical Front of
Deep Behind something
Internal inside
External outside
Supine laying on your spine, laying down face up on your back
Prone Laying on your stomach
Abduct 'From" to move two things apart
Adduct "to" to maove two things together
Flexion to bend
Extension to straighten
Invert to fold inwards
evert to unfold
Plamer palm of hand
Plantar sole of foot
-ipsi the same
Contra- The opposite
orgin more central muscle
insertion less central muscle
Agonist-antigonist A pair of muscles that pull opposite from each other, one pulls one way the other the different direction
Muscles can only pull, cannot push
Anatomy The study of structure, what does it look like
Physiology The study of function, how it works/what it does
Neurology the study of the neurvos system
Cytology the study of cells
organs different tissues working together
systems A # of organs working together to do a job/function
4 types of tissues Epitheal, Connective, Muscular, Neural
Epitheal tissue Squamous, Columnar, Ciliated
Squamous Epitheal Tissue Sheet like, flat
Columnar Epitheal Tissue Not flat, are little colums made into a sheet like pattern with depth
Ciliated Epitheal Tissue little hairs on the cells
Connective tissue Connects things
Areolar Connective tissue Elastic
Adipose Connective tissue Fat
White Fibrous Connective tissue Strong ligaments, binding
Yellow Elastic Connective tissue Elastic
Lymphold Connective tissue Lymphocytes
Cartilage Connective tissue Firm and Flexable
Blood Connective tissue Corpuscles, platelets
Bone Connective tissue Hardest conncective tissue
Hyaline cartilage Bluish white and smooth, keeps joints moving smoothly
Fibrocartilage Dense white flexable fibers
Yellow Elastic Cartilage Firm and elstic like ear and nose
Compact bone Has haverson Canal
Cancellous(Spongy) Bone Spongy apperence
3 kinds of Muscular Tissue Striated, Smooth, Cardiac
Striated Muscular Tissue Skelatal, Voluntary
Smooth Muscular Tissue Muscle of internal organsm involuntary
Cardiac Muscular Tissue Combo of Striated and Smooth
2 kinds of Neural Tissue Neurons, Glial Cells
Neurons Transfer Info, communication tissue - impulses
Glial Cells Nutrient transfer, blood,
Created by: BLA3171