Ch6

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  1. "Blank" is the study of the shape and structure of the human body.
    Anatomy
  2. "Blank" is the study of the functions of the human body.
    Physiology
  3. The body is in the "blank" when it is erect and facing forward with the arms at the sides and the palms facing up.
    anatomical position
  4. The "blank" is a vertical plane that divides the body into equal left and right halves.
    Midsagittal Plane
  5. The "blank" divides the body into superior (upper) and inferior (lower) portions.
    horizontal plane
  6. The gel-like fluid inside the cell is
    cytoplasm
  7. A specialized part that performs a definite function is the
    organelle
  8. The center of the cell is the
    nucleus
  9. The "Blank" is a cavity that houses the brain.
    cranial cavity
  10. "blank" tissue is a type of tissue that forms the covering for all body surfaces.
    epithelial
  11. "blank" is a part that is above another portion, or closer to the head.
    superior
  12. "blank" means toward the front surface.
    anterior
  13. "blank" means toward, or nearer to, the midline of the body.
    medial
  14. "blank" means the part is closer to the trunk of the body.
    proximal
  15. "blank" is the opposite of proximal, the part that is farther away from the trunk of the body.
    distal
  16. "blank" pertains to internal organs or the coverings of organs.
    visceral
  17. The wall of the cavity is the
    parietal
  18. Body region that compromises the head, neck and trunk.
    axial
  19. The refion of a body that consists of the limbs is the
    appendicular
  20. "blank" are immature, usnpecialized cells capable or replication and differentiation into other types of cells or tissues.
    stem cells

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