anatomy and physiology

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  1. divide top and bottom
    transverse
  2. front and back
    coronal
  3. toward head
    superior
  4. cover, line and protect the body and its internal organs
    epithelial cells
  5. framework of the body, providing support and structure for the organs
    connective tissue
  6. have the ability to contract or shorten. voluntary or involuntary
    muscle tissue
  7. necessary for growth and repair
    mitosis
  8. blood vessels, nerve endings, and the associated skin structures.
    dermis
  9. fibrous connective tissue, sensory nerve endings, hair folicles and glands
    dermis
  10. sweat gland regulate body temp and emites ___
    eccrine
  11. sweat in the armpits and gonads diplay __ secretion
    apocrine
  12. the ___ glands secrete an oily secretion. lubricates the skin
    sebaceous
  13. cells that form compact bones are called
    osteoblasts
  14. in order to muscles to contract must be present
     ATP and calcium
  15. associated with movement and sensory input
    cerebrum
  16. responsible for muscluar coordination
    cerebellum
  17. controls many vital functions such as respiration and heart rate
    medulla oblongata
  18. the master gland
    pituitary
  19. blood serves to transport oxygen and nutrients to body cells and to carry away ___
    carbon dioxide metobloic wastes
  20. blood is recieved by the __ and is pumped into circulation by the ventricles
    atria
  21. vales between the atria and the ventricles include the __ on the right side of the heart and the __ on the left
    tricuspid. bicuspid
  22. the superior and inferior ____ are the large veins that empty into the right atrium of the heart
    venae cavae
  23. starts dygestion of food
    amylase
  24. diggestion and absoprtion of food takes place
    small intestine
  25. filter the blood
    kidneys
  26. transport urine to the urinary bladder
    ureters
  27. transports food
    esophagus
  28. stores and concentrates bile
    gallbladder
  29. upper chambers of the heart
    atria
  30. gland of ear produces earwax
    ceruminous gland
  31. movement of water from high concentration to lower concentration
    diffusion
  32. portion of the brain that regulates body temp sleep and appetite
    hypothalamus
  33. divides body into right and left
    sagittal
  34. lower chambers of the heart
    ventricles
  35. largest gand of the body
    liver
  36. In which of the following locations would the urinary bladder and internal reproductive organs be found?
    pelvic
  37. Nerve tissue is composed of neurons and connective tissue cells that are referred to as which of the following
    neurogilia
  38. Which tissue serves as the framework of the body by providing support and structure for the organs?
    connective
  39. Motor or ______ neurons transmit nerve impulses away from the CNS.
    efferent
  40. What is the exchange of gases between the atmosphere and the blood through the alveoli called?
    external respiration
  41. All the nutrients that enter the hepatic portal vein are routed where for decontamination?
    liver
  42. Which are the functional units of the kidney?
    nephrons

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