WOW Review

kaylalemons's version from 2016-03-07 01:36

Section 1

Question Answer
knee bonepatella
the bone that makes up the posterior part of your skulloccipital
movement that decreases the angle between parts at a jointflexion
upper leg bonefemur
muscle in the posterior part of the arm, extends the arm at the elbowtriceps brachii
movement increasing the angle between parts at a jointextension
muscle in the shoulder that abducts the armdeltoid
muscle in the chest that flexes the armpectoralis major
muscle in the interior part of the arm, flexes the arm at the elbowbiceps brachii
medial lower leg bonetibia

Section 2

Question Answer
the colored muscular part of the eyeiris
nerve that exits the eye and controls visionoptic nerve
the inner lining of the eye that contains photo receptors retina
the transparent part of the outer layer of the eyecornea
the part of the eye that helps you focus lens
the part of the brain that controls some involentary reflexesmedulla oblongata
the structure in the brain that connects the left and right hemispheres corpus callosum
the nerve that controls the sense of smellolfactory
the part of the brain that coordinates skeletal movementcerebellum
the part of the brain that controls higher mental functioning cerebrum

Section 3

Question Answer
muscle in the posterior part of the lower leg, dorce flexes the footgastrocenmius
a gap between two neuronssynapse
includes the spinal and cranial nervesperipheral nervous system
includes the brain and spinal cordcentral nervous system
the membrane that covers the brain and spinal cordmeninges
nerve cellneuron
muscle in the interior part of the upper leg, extends the leg at the kneerectus femoris
muscle in the posterior part of the upper leg, extends the leg at the kneebiceps femoris
the function unit of a muscle cell sarcomere
muscle in the buttox, extends the leggluteus maximus

Section 4

Question Answer
cordlike or band like mass of white fibrous connective tissue that connects a muscle to a bonetendon
bone tissue osseous
specialized muscle tissue found only in the heartcardiac muscle
type of voluntary muscle tissue in muscles attached to boneskeletal muscle
bone in upper armhumerous
bone of forearmradius
bones of the fingersphalanges
outer epithelial layer of skinepidermis
study of tissuehistology
fat storing tissueadipose

Section 5

Question Answer
field of study that explains the functions of body systems- what they do and how they workphysiology
field of study that deals with the structure of body parts- their forms and how they are organized anatomy
above or toward the headsuperior
toward the back of the bodyposterial
toward the sides of the bodylateral
plane or section that divides a structure into right and left portions sagittal
state of equilibrium in which the internal environment of the body remains in the normal rangehomeeostasis
separates the thoracic and abdominal cavities diapragm

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