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LAB FLASH CARDS
is the part of the peritoneum closest to the navel
The portion of mesentery attached to the greater curvature of the stomach
A fold of the peritoneum that attaches the stomach and other organs to the posterior wall of the abdomen.
The tissue of a serous membrane, which secretes a watery, lubricating serous fluid.
houses the viscera
houses the spinal cord
houses the brain
dorsal body cavity
houses the central nevous system and is futher subdivided into a cranial cavity
sole of the foot
behind the knee
front of the elbow
sternal and mammary
is divided in to the thoracic, abdomal, and pelvic
back of the head
head region: includes the nasal, oral, frontal, orbital, buccal. mental, otic, and occiptial
this consists of the limbs or appendages of the body.
the part that comprises tha main axis of the body, is know as the.
it includes the cephalic, cervical, and the trunk
when the body is divided into two regions, the axial region and the appendicular region. these are known as the?
when the human body is in this postion the body is erect and the head, toes, and palms are facing anteriorly
the organ system comprise this
one or more organs working together to preform one of more specific fuctions in the body comprise this.
these are aggregations of tissues working togther to preform one or more specific fuctions in the body
cells and associated intercellular material working together to perform one of more specific function in the body form this.
atoms combine to form moecules, and moecules form this.
the part of the vessel that is furthers from the heart
the part of the vessel that is closest to the heart
the morphologically posterior direction
upward, the morphological anterior direction in the human body
the direction away from the median sagittal plane
the direction toward the median sagittal plane
the direction from the back toward the belly
the direction from the belly towars the back
towards the tail
towards the head
the direction in which the animal (normally) moves.
cut in the obique planes
any other plan that is not at a right angle to the midplane or tranverse plane
cut the body into to "upper" and "lower" parts. (front and back for humans) we can specify this plane at the level of the jaw joints.
tranverse or cross-section
a cut in the tranverse plane
a plane stright across the body, at right angle to the longitudinal axis
structures around the median sagittal plane, and hence unpaired are said to be in this position
EX: spinal cord
sagittal planes other than the median sagittal plane
there are nearly infanate amount of these and they are parallel with the median sagittale plane
MEDIAN SAGITTAL PLANE
the plane of divison that divides the animal or human into right and left halves that are approximately mirror images of eachother