A&P1 - Final

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  1. coronal suture
  2. ethmoid bone
  3. frontal bone
  4. lacrimal bone
  5. lambdoid suture
  6. mandible
  7. maxilla
  8. nasal bone
  9. occipital bone
  10. parietal bone
  11. sphenoid bone
  12. squamous suture
  13. temporal bone
  14. zygomatic bone
  15. sagittal suture
  16. palatine bone
  17. vomer
  18. Inferior nasal concha
    • 1 = cervical curvature
    • 2 = thoracic curvature
    • 3 = lumbar curvature
    • 4 = sacral curve
  19. cervical vertebrae
  20. coccyx
  21. lumbar vertebrae
  22. sacrum
  23. thoracic vertebrae
  24. body of sternum
  25. costal cartilage
  26. false ribs
  27. floating ribs
  28. manubrium
  29. sternal angle
  30. suprasternal notch (jugular notch)
  31. true ribs
  32. xyphoid process
  33. zygomatic process
  34. foramen ovale
  35. mandibular fossa
  36. carotid foramen
  37. jugular foramen
  38. occipital condyle
  39. styloid process
  40. external acoustic meatus
  41. mastoid process
  42. foramen magnum
  43. Name some differences of the male and female pelvis
    • female larger and wider
    • male iliac crests are higher
    • male false pelvis looks taller and narrower
    • male sacrum longer, narrower, straighter
    • male has a pronounced sacral promontory
  44. Immovable joints are called
    synarthroses
  45. Name some joints that are synarthroses
    • sutures of the skull
    • teeth sockets
  46. Joints that are slightly movable are called
    amphiarthroses
  47. Name some amphiarthritic joints
    • tibiofibular joint (sternum/manubrium)
    • pubic symphysis
    • intervertebral joints
  48. Joints that are freely movable are called?
    diarthroses
  49. The structural classification of joints depends on the type of connective tissue forming the joint, name the 3 different types
    • fibrous
    • cartilaginous
    • synovial
  50. name the components of a muscle fascicle
    filaments -> myofibril -> muscle fiber -> fascicle
  51. This is the layer that surrounds muscle fiber
    endomysium
  52. This is the layer that surrounds fascicles
    perimysium
  53. This is the layer that surrounds the entire muscle
    epimysium
  54. The name of the cell membrane that encloses each muscle cell
    sarcolemma
  55. Name the 4 basic functions of sensory pathways
    • sensory reception
    • transduction
    • transmission
    • integration
  56. When a stimulus is received the sensory pathway is called?
    sensory reception
  57. When a sensory cell changes it's membrane potential this is called
    Transduction
  58. When a sensory cell transmits a signal to a neuron, this is called?
    Transmission
  59. When more pressure is applied do the action potentials change size?
    NO, action potentials never change in size only more of them or at more frequency
  60. The conscious or subconscious awareness of changes in the external or internal environment
    sensation
  61. the conscious interpretation of sensations performed mainly by the cerebral cortex
    perception
  62. Each type of sensation (touch, pain, vision, and hearing) is called a ??
    sensory modality
  63. The type of senses that are somatic (tactile, thermal, proprioceptive) or visceral (pressure, chemicals, stretch, nausea, hunger, temperature)?
    General senses (systemic)
  64. The type of senses that are to a specific organ and include smell, taste, vision, hearing, and equilibrium?
    Special senses
  65. Sensory neurons with dendrites that are "naked" and damaged when stimulated
    First order
  66. Nerve endings that are used to detect pressure, vibration, and some touch - the dendrites get deformed when stimulated
    Encapsulated nerve endings
  67. the receptors responsible for hearing and equilibrium are called?
    mechanoreceptors
  68. the maintenance of the body's position relative to the force of gravity
    static equilibrium
  69. the maintenance of the body's position in response to sudden movements
    dynamic equilibrium
  70. The retina contains sensors (photoreceptors) known as
    rods and cones
  71. Rods see
    light
  72. Cones produce
    Color vision
  73. The anterior location of our eyes leads to visual overlap, this give us ???
    binocular vision
  74. Name the 3 types of papillae that allow us to taste
    • vallate papillae
    • fungiform papillae
    • foliate papillae

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