BIO 115 FALL 2012
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BIO 115 FALL 2012
BIO 115 FALL 2012 EXAM
structure of a part.
function of a part.
Anatomical Position is...and is placed by...
how the body should be structured for correct termonology.
body standing straing up
arms straight out
palms facing forward
thumbs away from body
head and feet facing forward
-front of body
-back of body
-above the trunk
-below the trunk
-to the center of the body
-to the side of the body
-closer to the trunk
-going away from the trunk
-two parts on the same side
-two parts on different sides
Axial Portion is the... (3)
Appendicular Portion is the...(2)
Sagittal (median) Plane divides the body...
Frontal (coronal) Plane divides the body...
Transverse (horizontal) Plane divides the body...
-into left and right
-anterior and posterior
-superior and inferior
Cranial cavity contains...
Vetebral Canal contains...
-membran layer lining the dorsal cavity
Medial portion contains...(4)
Right and left portion contains...
- heart, thymus glands, trachea, esophagus
Pleua is the...
Pericardium is the...
Peritoneum is the...
visceral covers the...
parietal covers the...
- outside of the organ
- the cavity wall
Organ systems that support, help movement, and protect... (3)
Which is the largest??
- Integumentary system
- Integumentary system (hair, nails, skin, sweat and salvatory glands)
Itegration and Coordination systems... (2)
Nervous system and endocrine system (glands)
What systems maintaine the body... (4)
cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive, urinary
Someting in each quadrant...
Right Upper Left Upper
Right Lower Left Lower
Apendix Small Intestent
Superior Portion of the Abdominopelvic cavity....
Inferior Portion of the Abdominopelvic cavity....
systems that maintain the body...4.
structures from simplest to most complicated....6.
cellular (fisrt of the liveing)
the relative consistancy of the body's internal environment.
components of the homeostasis system....3.
sensor - detects change in system
control center - activates effector
effector - produces a response to the change (muscles and glands)