HSII Ch1

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trambam
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HSII Ch1
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2012-09-06 19:26:04
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Structure & Function
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  1. which cavities are in the ventral cavity?
    • thoracic
    • abdominal
    • pelvic
    • mediastinum
    • pleural
  2. which cavities are in the dorsal cavity?
    • cranial
    • spinal
  3. The body's continuous ability to respond to changes in the envorment & to maintain relative constancy in the internal environment is called
    homeostasis
  4. Which of the following organs/structures does not lie within the mediastinum?
    A. aorta
    B. esophagus
    C. trachea
    D. liver
    D. liver
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. lengthwise plane running from front to back that divides the boy into R & L sides is called
    sagittal
  6. a study of the functions of living o/g & their parts is called
    physiology
  7. the thoracic portion of the ventral body cavity is separated from the abdominopelvic portion by a muscle called the
    diaphragm
  8. which of the following does not lie within the abdominal cavity
    A. spleen
    B. most of the small intestine
    C. urinary bladder
    D. stomach
    C. urinary bladder
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. the dorsal cavity contains components of the
    nervous system
  10. what organ is not found in the pelvic cavity
    A. colon
    B. rectum
    C. bladder
    D. stomach
    D. stomach
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  11. if your reference point is "nearest the trunk of the body" where does the elbow lie in relation to the wrist
    proximal
  12. test group
    group getting a drug
  13. control group
    group getting a substitute 
  14. testing of a hypothesis
    experimentation
  15. tentative explanation in research
    hypothesis
  16. systematic approach to discovery
    scientific method

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