LPN A&P Chap. 1.2.3

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  1. PART OF THE VENTRAL CAVITY THAT LIES INFERIOR TO THE DIAPHRAGM; INCLUDES UPPER ABDOMINAL CAVITY AND LOWER PELVIC CAVITY (1)
    ABDOMINOPELVIC CAVITY
  2. POSITION OF THE BODY; THE BODY IS STANDING ERECT WITH THE FACE FORWARD AND THE ARMS AT THE SIDE (PALMS AND TOES FACE IN A FORWARD DIRECTION) (1)
    ANATOMICAL POSITION
  3. STUDY OF THE STRUCTURE OF THE BODY (1)
    ANATOMY
  4. PART OF THE DORSAL CAVITY THAT CONTAINS THE BRAIN (1)
    CRANIAL ACTIVITY
  5. BODY CAVITY THAT IS LOCATED TOWARD THE BACK OF THE BODY; DIVIDED INTO THE CRANIAL CAVITY AND THE SPINAL CAVITY (1)
    DORSAL CAVITY
  6. VERTICAL PLANE THAT DIVIDES THE BODY INTO FRONT (ANTERIOR) AND BACK (POSTERIOR PARTS); THE CORONAL PLANE (1)
    FRONTAL PLANE
  7. THE ABILITY OF THE BODY TO MAINTAIN A CONSTANT INTERNAL ENVIRONMENT (1)
    HOMEOSTASIS
  8. STRUCTURE OF THE BODY (1)
    MORPHOLOGY
  9. GROUPS OF TISSUES THAT PERFORMS A SPECIALIZED FUNCTION, SUCH AS THE LUNGS (1)
    ORGAN
  10. STUDY OF THE FUNCTIONING OF THE BODY (1)
    PHYSIOLOGY
  11. VERTICAL PLANE THAT DIVIDES THE ORGAN OR BODY INTO RIGHT AND LEFT PARTS. A MIDSAGITTAL PLANE DIVIDES THE BODY INTO RIGHT AND LEFT HALVES (1)
    SAGITTAL PLANE
  12. ELONGATED CAVITY THAT CONTAINS THE SPINAL CORD; THE VERTEBRAL CAVITY (1)
    SPINAL (VERTEBRAL) CAVITY
  13. UPPER PART OF THE VENTRAL CAVITY THAT IS SUPERIOR TO THE DIAPHRAGM; IT IS FILLED LARGELY BY THE LUNGS AND HEART (1)
    THORACIC CAVITY
  14. PLANE THAT DIVIDES THE BODY INTO A TOP (SUPERIOR) AND BOTTOM (INFERIOR) PART (1)
    TRANSVERSE PLANE
  15. CAVITY THAT IS LOCATED TOWARD THE FRONT PART OF THE BODY; DIVIDED BY THE DIAPHRAGM INTO THE UPPER THORACIC CAVITY AND THE LOWER ABDOMINOPELVIC CAVITY (1)
    VENTRAL CAVITY
  16. INTERNAL ORGANS OF THE BODY (1)
    VISCERA
  17. SUBASTANCE THAT DONATES OR RELEASES HYDROGEN IONS WHEN IT IONIZES IN WATER (2)
    ACID
  18. ENERGY-STORING AND ENERY- TRANSFERING MOLECULE FOUND IN ALL CELLS (2)
    ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPHATE
  19. FUNDAMENTAL UNIT OF AN ELEMENT; SMALLEST PART OF THE ELEMENT THAT HAS THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THAT ELEMENT (2)
    ATOM
  20. SUBSTANCE SUCH AS THE HYDROXLY ION (OH) THAT COMBINE WITH HYDROGEN ION (H+) (2)
    BASE
  21. ANY SUBSTANCE THAT SPEEDS UP THE RATE OF A CHEMICAL REACTION (2)
    CATALYST
  22. SUBSTANCE COMPOSED OF TWO OR MORE CHEMICAL ELEMENTS, SUCH AS WATER (H2O)(2)
    COMPOUND
  23. BOND OR ATTRACTION FORMED BY THE SHARING OF ELECTRONS BETWEEN ATOMS (2)
    COVALENT BOND
  24. COMPOUND THAT DISSOCIATES INTO IONS WHEN DISSOLVED IN WATER (2)
    ELECTROLYTE
  25. SUBSTANCE COMPOSED OF ONLY ONE KIND OF ATOM (2)
    ELEMENT
  26. ABILITY TO PERFORM WORK (2)
    ENERGY
  27. ORGANIC CATALYST; IT SPEEDS UP THE RATE OF A CHEMICAL REACTION (2)
    ENZYME
  28. WEAK INTERMOLECULAR BOND FORMED BETWEEN HYDROGEN AND A NEGATIVELY CHARGED ATOM SUCHAS OXYGEN OR NITROGEN (2)
    HYDROGEN BOND
  29. BOND FORMED BY THE EXCHANGE OF ELECTRONS BETWEEN ATOMS (2)
    IONIC BOND
  30. ELEMENT THAT HAS THE SAME NUMBER OF PROTONS AND ELECTRONS BUT A DIFFERENT NUMBER OF NEUTRONS (2)
    ISOTOPE
  31. ANYTHING THAT OCCUPIES SPACE; MAY OCCUR AS SOLID, LIQUID, GAS (2)
    MATTER
  32. CHEMICAL COMBINATION OF TWO OR MORE ATOMS (2)
    MOLECULE
  33. A MEASURE OF THE HYDROGEN ION CONCENTRATION (2)
    PH
  34. MIXTURE IN WHICH THE PARTICLS THAT ARE MIXED TOGETHER REMAIN EVENLY DISTRIBUTED (2)
    SOLUTION
  35. MIXTURE IN WHICH THE LARGE PARTICLES GRADUALLY SETTLE TO THE BOTTOM UNLESS CONTINOUSLY SHAKEN OR AGGITATED (2)
    SUSPENSION
  36. TRANSPORT PROCESS THAT REQUIRES AN INPUT OF ENERGY (ATP)TO MOVE A SUBSTANCE FROM AN AREA OF LOW CONCENTRATION TO AN AREA OF HIGH CONCENTRATION (3)
    ACTIVE TRANSPORT
  37. THE PHASES THAT A CELL GOES THROUGH AS IT DIVIDES (3)
    CELL CYCLE
  38. MEMBRANE THAT SURRONDS THE CELL AND REGULATES WHAT ENTER AND LEAVES THE CELL; ALSO CALLED THE PLASMA MEMBRANE (3)
    CELL MEMBRANE
  39. BASIC UNIT OF LIFE; THE STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL UNIT OF A LIVING ORGANISM (3)
    CELL
  40. GEL-LIKE SUBSTANCE SURRONDED BY THE CELL MEMBRANE BUT OUTSIDE OF THE NUCLEUS (3)
    CYTOPLASM
  41. PROCESS BY WHEREBY A CELL BECOMES SPECIALIZED (3)
    DIFFERENTIATE
  42. PASSIVE TRANSPORT PROCESS THAT CAUSES MOVEMENT OF A SUBSTANCE FROM AN AREA OF HIGH CONCENTRATION TO A AREA OF LOW CONCENTRATION (3)
    DIFFUSION
  43. UPTAKE OF MATERIAL THROUGH THE CELL MEMBRANE BY FORMING A VESICLE; INCLUDES PINOCYTOSIS AND PHAGOCYTOSIS (3)
    ENDOCYTOSIS
  44. INTRACELLULAR MEMBRANE SYSTEM THAT IS CONCERNED WITH THE SYNTHESIS AND TRANSPORTATION OF PROTEIN; CALLED THE ROUGH ER OF RIBOSOMES OR ATTACHED; CALLED THE SMOOTH ER IF THERE ARE NO RIBOSOMES (3)
    ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM
  45. BALANCE (3)
    EQUILIBRIUM
  46. ELIMINATION OF MATERIAL FROM A CELL THROUGH THE FORMATION OF VESICLES (3)
    EXOCYTOSIS
  47. PROCESS BY WHICH A SUBSTANCE MOVES WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF A CARRIER MOLECULE FROM AN AREA OF HIGH CONCENTRATION TO AN AREA OF LOW CONCENTRATION (3)
    FACILITATED DIFFUSION
  48. PROCESS BY WHICH WATER AND DISSOLVED SUBSTANCES MOVE THROUGH A MEMBRANE IN RESPONSE TO PRESSURE (3)
    FILTRATION
  49. MEMBRANOUS ORAGANELLE THAT IS CONCERNED WITH THE FINAL TRIMMING AND PACKAGING OF PROTEIN FOR EXOCYTOSIS (3)
    GOLGI APPARATUS
  50. ORGANELLE THAT CONTAINS POWERFUL ENZYMES; ENGAGES IN PHAGOCYTOSIS AND DOES THE "INTRACELLUALAR HOUSECLEANING" (3)
    LYSOSOMES
  51. ORAGANELLES THAT PRODUCE MOST OF THE ATP; THE "POWERPLANTS" OF THE CELL (3)
    MITOCHONDRIA
  52. LARGE ORAGANELLE SEPERATED FROM THE CYTOPLASM BY A NUCLEAR MEMBRANE; STORES THE DNA IN CHROMOSOMES AND ACTS AS THE CONTROL CENTER OF THE CELL (3)
    NUCLEUS
  53. PART OF THE CELL THAT PERFORMS A SPECIALZED FUNCTION, SUCH AS THE ENERGY-PRODUCING MITOCHONDRION (3)
    ORGANELLE
  54. MOVEMENT OF WATER ACROSS THE MEMBRANE OF AN AREA WHERE THERE IS MORE WATER TO AN AREA WHERE THERE IS LESS WATER (3)
    OSMOSIS
  55. TRASNPORT PROCESS THAT REQUIRES NO ADDITIONAL ENERGY IN THE FORM OF ATP (3)
    PASSIVE TRANSPORT
  56. ORGANELLES THAT ARE CONCERNED WITH THE SYNTHESIS OF PROTEINS; RIBOSOMES EITHER ARE BOUND TO ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM OR ARE FREE IN THE CYTOPLASM (3)
    RIBOSOMES

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