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Anatomy & Physiology

Justice ch1 test

QuestionAnswer
anatomy the study of the structure and shape of body parts
physiology <(example of) drawing blood from lab animals to determine their blood sugar level
structural organization of human body chemical, cellular, tissue, organ, organ system, organismal
cell smallest living unit of all living things
lymphatic system picks up fluid leaked from blood vessels and returns it to the blood
urinary system system that regulates water, electrolytes, and acid-base balance of the blood
Hematopoeisis is the function of skeletal system
ovary reproductive and endocrine
pancreas The structure that delivers digestive enzymes to the small intestines are the
oxygen survival need that is required in order to release energy from food
correct order of elements in a control system stimulus, receptor, afferent pathway, control center, efferent pathway, effector, response
receptor element of the control center that detects a change
anatomical position forward
anterrior and ventral the orientation and directional terms that have the same meaning ( in humans)
superficial and deep have opposite meanings
anterrior body landmark antecubital region
dorsal body landmark scapular region
relationship between the patellar and femoral regions DISTAL
thoracic and spinal activities VENTRAL
LUNGS LATERAL
occipital region posterrior surface of head
navel region umbilical region
spinal cavity IS NOT a ventral cavity
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