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3_23 spelling
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The body as a whole
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    • author "me"
    • fileName "3/23 spelling"
    • tags "Body whole spelling amp yellow"
    • description "Body as a whole spelling test"
    • Hyper-
    • Excessive
  1. IVF
    In vitro fertilization
  2. L U Q
    Left upper quadrant
  3. -stasis
    Stand still, control
  4. Hypo-
    Below
  5. Peri-
    Around
  6. -elle
    Small
  7. Endo-
    Inside
  8. -ior
    Pertaining to
  9. -emia
    Blood condition
  10. -clast
    Break
  11. Epi-
    Above, upon
  12. R L Q
    Right lower quadrant
  13. Co-
    Together
  14. -ate
    Composed of, pertaining to
  15. -cyte
    Cell
  16. Intra-
    Within
  17. -al
    Pertaining to
  18. Epi-
    Upon, above
  19. -ule
    Small
  20. -ary
    Pertaining to
  21. R U Q
    Right upper quadrant
  22. Syn-
    Together
  23. L L Q
    Left lower quadrant
  24. -stomy
    New opening
  25. -ic
    Pertaining to
  26. Cause movements, maintain posture, produce body heat
    Muscular
  27. Produce and maintain egg cells, receive sperm cells, support development of an embryo, function in birth process, secrete female hormones
    Female Reproductive
  28. Produce and maintain sperm cells, transfer sperm cells into female reproductive tract, secrete male hormones
    Male Reproductive
  29. Detect changes, receive and interpret sensory information, stimulate mucles and glands
    Nervous
  30. Receive, break down, and absorb food. eliminate unabsorbed material
    Digestive
  31. Move blood and transport substances throughout body
    Cardiovascular
  32. Remove wastes from blood, maintain water and eletrolyte balance, store and transport urine
    Urinary
  33. Intake and output air, exchange gases between air and blood
    Respiratory
  34. Protect tissues, regulate body temperature, suport sensory receptors
    Integumentary
  35. Return tissue fluid to the blood and transport substances throught the body
    Lymphatic
  36. Control metabolic activities of organs and structures
    Endocrine
  37. Scrotum, testes, epididymides, vas deferens, seminal vesicles, prostate, bulbourethral glands, urethra, penis
    Male reproductive
  38. Mouth, tongue, teeth, salivary glands, pharynx, esophagus stomach, liver, gall bladder, pancreas, small and large intestines
    Digestive
  39. Muscles
    Muscular
  40. Ovaries, uterine (fallopian) tubes, uterus, vagina, vulva
    Female Reproductive
  41. Lymph vessels and nodes, thymus, spleen
    Lymphatic
  42. Heart, blood vessels
    Cardiovascular
  43. Skin, hair, nails, sweat glands, sebaceous glands
    Integumentary
  44. Provide framework, protectect soft tissue, provide attachments for muscles, produce bloodcells, store inorganic salts
    Skeletal
  45. Nasal cavity, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, lungs
    Respiratory
  46. Kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder, urethra
    Urinary
  47. Glands that secrete hormones, pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal, pancreas, ovaries, testes, pineal, thymus
    Endocrine
  48. Bones, ligaments, cartilages, tendons
    Skeletal
  49. Brain, spinal cord, nerves, sense organs
    Nervous
  50. Dorsal
    pertaining to the back or situated behind
  51. Pertaining to the back or situated behind
    Dorsal
  52. Prone
    Lying face-down, flat on your belly
  53. Lying face-down, flat on your belly
    Prone
  54. Supine
    Lying face-up, flat on your spine
  55. Anterior
    Front surface of body; situated in front
  56. Front surface of body; situated in front
    Anterior
  57. Cephalic
    Pertaining to or nearer to the head
  58. Pertaining to or nearer to the head
    Cephalic
  59. Superior
    Situated above
  60. Situated above
    Superior
  61. Inferior
    Situated below
  62. Situated below
    Inferior
  63. Distal
    Situated away from the center of the body
  64. Situated away from the center of the body
    Distal
  65. Proximal
    Situated nearest the center of the body
  66. Situated nearest the center of the body
    Proximal
  67. Ventral
    The belly or situated nearer the surface of the belly
  68. The belly or situated nearer the surface of the belly
    Ventral
  69. Posterior
    The back surface of the body; situated behind
  70. The back surface of the body; situated behind
    Posterior
  71. Sagittal Plane
    Vertical plane through the body, dividing it into right and left portions.
  72. Vertical plane through the body, dividing it into right and left portions
    Sagittal Plane
  73. Transverse Plane
    Horizontal plane dividing the body into upper and lower portions
  74. Horizontal plane dividing the body into upper and lower portions
    Transverse Plane
  75. Frontal Plane
    Vertical plane dividing the body into anterior and posterior portions
  76. Vertical plane dividing the body into anterior and posterior portions
    Frontal Plane
  77. Situated above
    ------------------
    Situated below
    • Superior
    • ----------
    • Inferior
  78. Superior
    ----------
    Inferior
    • Situated above
    • ------------------
    • Situated below
  79. Situated nearest the center of the body
    -----------------------------------------------
    Situated away from the center of the body
    • Proximal
    • ----------
    • Distal
  80. Proximal
    ----------
    Distal
    • Situated nearest the center of the body
    • ----------------------------------------------
    • Situated away from the center of the body
  81. Lying face-up; flat on your spine
    --------------------------------------
    Lying face-down; flat on your belly
    • Supine
    • --------
    • Prone
  82. Supine
    --------
    Prone
    • Lying face-up; flat on your spine
    • ---------------------------------------
    • Lying face-down; flat on your belly
  83. Front surface of body, situated in front
    ----------------------------------------------
    Back surface of body, situated behind
    • Anterior
    • ----------
    • Posterior
  84. Anterior
    ----------
    Posterior
    • Front surface of body, situated in front
    • ----------------------------------------------
    • Back surface of body, situated behind
  85. Structure with specific functions in a body system
    Organ
  86. Mit/o
    Thread
  87. Thread
    Mit/o
  88. Type of ligament
    Tendon
  89. A group of organs with a specific collective function is
    A system
  90. A group of specialized cells that manufacture unique materials around them is
    A tissue
  91. Hypertrophy
    Increase in size
  92. Band of fibrous connective tissue connecting bones to other bones
    Ligament
  93. The brain is located in what cavity
    Cranial
  94. Latin meaning for prone
    bending forward
  95. Synonym for Transverse Plane
    Horizontal Plane
  96. Septicemin results from _____ in the blood causing _____
    Microorganisms

    An infection
  97. The RUQ in located _____ to the RLQ
    Superior
  98. * The diaphragm separates the _____ and _____ cavities
    Adominal

    Thoracic
  99. A synonym for kneecap is
    Patella
  100. Tissue that binds, suppors, protects and fills space in known as
    Connective tissue
  101. DNA is packed in densely coiled bodies called
    Chromosomes
  102. Crescent - shaped cartilaginous structure in the knee is _____ and its plural is _____
    Meniscus

    Menisci
  103. Osteoclast
    Bone - producing cell
  104. Pertaining to a cell
    * (adj) of cell *
    Cellular
  105. The study of the structure and function of tissues
    Histology
  106. An opening into the windpipe used to treat breathing difficulties
    Tracheostomy
  107. An example of a membrane is the _____ that covers _____
    Periosteum

    Bone
  108. The center of the abdomen is the
    Umbilical Region
  109. Medial in the term medial ligament stands for
    Middle
  110. Specialist who studies tissue
    Histoligist
  111. -ation
    Process
  112. Process
    -ation
  113. The umbilicus is located _____ to the center of the body
    Proximal
  114. epi- and hypo- are _____ in meaning
    opposite
  115. -ism
    condition
  116. condition
    -ism
  117. Digestion occurs in the
    Stomach and small and large intestines
  118. Chondr/o
    cartilage, rib, granule
  119. cartilage, rib, granule
    Chondr/o

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