Anatomy Ch1

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Anatomy Ch1
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  1. the region commonly referred to as the back
    dorsal trunk
  2. area of the hip bones
    pelvis
  3. the part of the skull that houses the brain
    cranium
  4. the region consisting of the arm, forearm, wrist, and hand
    upper extremity
  5. region including the hip, thigh, ankle, and foot
    lower extremity
  6. the portion of the lower extremity from the knee to the ankle
    leg
  7. the study of structures not visible to the unaided eye
    microscopic anatomy
  8. the study of development of the organisms anatomy from conception to childhood
    developmental anatomy
  9. tissue that provides a protective lining for the surface of the body and internal surfaces of cavities
    epithelial tissue
  10. tissue that supports and connects other tissue
    connective tissue
  11. tissue that is capable of contraction
    muscular tissue
  12. tissue that is used to transmit information
    neural tissue
  13. epithelium that secretes fluids
    glandular epithelium
  14. thin, membranous subsurface of epithelial issue that serves structural, functional, and developmental purposes, depending on its location
    baseplate (basement membrane)
  15. epithelial cells with hairlike protrusions that actively beat to remove contaminants from the epithelial surface
    beating ciliated epithelium
  16. intercellular material of connective tissue
    matrix
  17. supportive connective tissue
    areolar tissue (loose connective tissue)
  18. areolar tissue that is richly impregnated with fat cells
    adipose tissue
  19. specialized connective tissue in tonsils and adenoids
    lymphoid tissue
  20. tissue that binds structures together
    fibrous tissue
  21. connective tissue that is strong, dense and highly organized
    white fibrous tissue
  22. connective tissue in cartilage
    yellow elastic tissue
  23. connective tissue that contains plasma and blood cells
    blood
  24. fluid component of blood
    plasma
  25. dense, inelastic connective tissue
    bone
  26. sheetlike bone
    compact bone
  27. porous bone
    spongy bone
  28. skeletal muscle, voluntary muscle
    striated muscle
  29. includes the muscular tissue of the digestive tract and blood vessels not under voluntary control
    smooth muscle
  30. muscles of the heart, composed of cells that interconnect like a net
    cardiac muscle
  31. cells specialized for communication
    neurons
  32. the ability of a material to resist crushing
    compressive strength
  33. special fascia surrounding muscle
    perimysium
  34. bands of connective tissue responsible for binding structures together
    ligaments
  35. connective tissue that binds organs together or holds structures in place
    visceral ligaments
  36. connective tissue that binds bone to bone
    skeletal ligaments
  37. connective tissue bands that are part of the muscle and attach to muscle to bone or cartilage
    tendons
  38. the ability of a material to be pulled apart
    tensile strength
  39. form
    morphology
  40. sheetlike tendon
    aponeurosis
  41. fibrous membrane covering of a bone
    periosteum
  42. having the ability and tendency to return to original position
    elasticity
  43. join together
    articulate

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