Anatomy Test 3
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Anatomy Test 3
Ogeechee Tech Anatomy Test
Chapter 5 & 6
The _____ are two pairs of ribs that do not articulate with the sternum.
The skin produces Vitamin D from _____ and promotes absorption of _____ in the small intestine.
Vitamin D is needed for the efficient absorption of _____ by the small intestine.
There are seven _____ vertebrae in the neck.
The _____ is the part of the integumentary system that prevents entry of pathogens.
Melanin gives color to the epidermis, the _____ and _____.
Hair; Iris of the Eye
The _____ bone helps protect the sense organs for hearing.
_____ in the long bone of children are where growth occurs.
Ceruminous glands produce _____, which prevents dying of the eardrum.
The _____ is the part of the integumentary system that contain sweat glands.
The shaft of the long bones is made of compact bone and is called the _____.
A hair follicle has its base in the _____ and has a _____ at its base.
Dermis; Hair Root
In the paranasal sinuses, _____ produced by the epithelium blocks nasal outlets.
_____ permits tendons to slide easily across a moving joint.
The _____ in the integumentary system that connects skin to muscles.
In the body, the _____ are storage sites for calcium, which is also needed in the blood for _____.
_____ of sweat promotes loss of excess body heat.
Some human hair functions are to keep dust out of the _____ and _____.
Eyes; Nasal Passages
There are five fused ______ vertebrae that articulate with the hip bones.
The protein, _____ provides strength to the dermis.
_____ produce new bone matrix for growth and repair.
_____ for height means how tall a person may become.
The five vertebrae in the lower back are called _____.
A _____ has its base in the dermis, has a root that undergoes mitosis and has cells that produce keratin before they die.
_____ is the dermis of a cow.
The cranial bone that attaches the anterior meninges and forms part of the nasal septum is the _____.
______ is a potentially serious consequence of profuse sweating.
The rib cage is directly involved in the functioning of the _____ system.
_____ produces platelets, RBC's and WBC's.
Red Bone Marrow
_____ and WBC's are defensive cells in the epidermis.
_____ in the dermis of the skin provide information about changes in the external.
____ and _____ are hormones that promote closure of the epiphyseal discs.
The _____ protects the lungs, heart, and spleen.
In a warm enviroment, the _____ in the dermis dilate to lose heat.
Langerhans cells in the epidermis are capable of _____.
The femur and hip joint form a _____ type of joint.
Ball and Socket
_____ in the skin are receptors for heat, cold, and pain.
Free Nerve Endings
There are 12 _____ vertebrae that articulate with the ribs.
_____ in the fetal skull permit compression of the skull during birth and allow for growth of the brain after birth.
A function of the _____ _____ is to prevent water loss.
_____ sinus are found in the maxillae, sphenoid and frontal bones.
_____ contributes to the growth of bones by increasing protein synthesis and increasing the rate of mitosis.
_____ may be stimulated by chicken pox virus, a mosquito bite, and by poison ivy.
During time of stress, arterioles in the dermis will _____ to permit blood flow to vital organs.
Melanocytes produce _____ and are stimulated by _____.
Melanin; UV Rays
Subcutaneous _____ tissue cushions bones, provides insulation from cold, and stores excess or potential energy.
Bones are connected to adjacent bones by _____.
In the embryo, the bones in the arms and legs are first made of ______.
The function of _____ inhibit bacteria growth on the skin and prevent drying of the skin.
The function of _____ is to protect living skin layers from more UV Rays.
The receptors for pressure are _____ endings.
Blood vessels are found in _____ bone.
Ligaments are made of _____ tissue.
In a hair follicle, the _____ pull the follicle upright.
In long bones, the ______ is the end made mostly of spongy bone.