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   1. Study of structure and shape of the body and body parts is called-
   2. Structural organization levels, from simplest to most complex-
   3. Structural and functional unit of life-
   4. System involved with hematopoeisis-
   5. System most involved with elimination of metabolic wastes-
   6. Survival need that is required in order to release energy from food is-
   7. Describe the anatomical position-
   8. Toward the side-
   9. Below-
   10. Away from the body surface
   11. Farther from the origin of a body part or point of attachment of a limb to the body
       trunk-
   12. Behind-
   13. Give the system- Brain -
   14. Give the system- Blood vessels-
   15. Give the system-Kidneys
   16. Give the system-Skull-
   17. Give the system-Liver-
   18. Give the system-Uterus-
   19. Location of the spleen and stomach-
   20. Fe is its symbol-
   21. Isotopes differ in the number of what?
   22. Atoms that are unstable and decompose easily-
   23. Substances that conduct an electrical current in solution-
   24. Compounds that make up matter, but do not contain carbon-
   25. Glucose, fructose, and galactose are examples-
   26. The universal energy compound used by all cells-
   27. Energy that is directly involved in movement-
   28. Elements that make up 96% of the human body-
   29. Symbol for potassium-
   30. Location of the 3 subatomic particles-
   31. Electrical charge of the 3 subatomic particles-
   32. Describe an electron-
   33. What does the atomic number show?
   34. Subatomic particle responsible for chemical behavior-
   35. Describe the pH scale.
   36. Example of a polysaccharide-
   37. Organic compounds that function in building tissues and acting as enzymes are:
   38. Type of organic compound of enzymes-
   39. Elements always found in proteins and nucleic acids, but not found in lipids and
       carbohydrates-
   40. Smallest particle of an element-
   41. Location of each neutron-
   42. Anything that occupies space and has mass-
43. Type of kinetic energy represented when legs are moving-
44. Type of energy represented when bonds of ATP are broken and released to do
    work-
45. Type of energy that is inactive or stored-
46. Site of protein synthesis-
47. Sac of digestive enzymes-
48. Energy-generating powerhouse of the cell-
49. Packages protein for release from the cell-
50. Two types of endocytosis-
51. Nuclear structure that contains the genetic material and forms the chromosomes-
52. Specialized cell parts found in the cytosol are collectively called:
53. Whip-like cellular extensions that move substances along the cell-
54. Part of a solution in the largest amount-
55. Type of movement into the cell-
56. Fluid filled canals coiling and twisting through the cytoplasm-
57. What would happen to a RBC placed in pure water?
58. Two types of passive transport-
59. Microvilli are found in cells specialized for what?
60. What happens in anaphase?
61. What regulates the entry and exit of materials in a cell?
62. Ductless glands-
63. Osseous tissue-
64. Has striations, uninucleate, involuntary-
65. Pseudo-
66. Insulates, protects, and acts as an energy source-
67. Attached to the skeleton, voluntary-
68. Swelling as tissue collects-
69. Found in the walls of internal organs-
70. Decrease in size, lack of use-
71. Shorten-
72. Lower surface-
73. Have ducts, include sweat and oil glands-
74. Glands that secrete products directly into the blood-
75. Tissue that is found lining body organs, covering body surfaces, and in glandular
    tissue-
76. Type of muscle tissue found in the walls blood vessels-
77. How do Dr’s estimate the amount of fluid lost in a burn patient?
78. Function of sebaceous glands-
79. Tough protein in the skin that helps make it water proof-
80. Give a modification of the epidermis –
81. Another name for the skin-
82. Why can “tanning” be somewhat protective?
83. Two most life threatening concerns in severe burns-
84. What is affected in the condition acne?
85. First threat in a 3rd degree burn-
86. What makes up the axial skeleton?
87. Forerunner of long bones in the embryo-
88. Bones that are generally cube-shaped-
89. Two largest bones of the foot-
90. What does the epipheseal plate indicate?
91. How many lumbar vertebrae?          Thoracic Vertebrae?
92. Five regions of the vertebral column from superior to inferior-
93. Blood cell formation-
94. Disease of the bone where there is a loss in bone density-
95. Giant cells that destroy bone-
96. Bone disease in children- lack of Vitamin D or calium-
97. Round or oval hole through a bone-
98. The “ sit-down” bone-
99. Heel bone-
100.        Order of ribs from top to bottom-
101.        Describe a compound fracture.
102.        Why is the hyoid bone unique?
103.        Major portion of the coxal bone-
104.        Types of muscle that are involuntary-
105.        Single, very long, cylindrical, multinucleate cells with very obvious
    striations-
106.        Functions of the muscular system-
107.        Muscle that produces horizontal wrinkles in the forehead-
108.        Which muscle inserts by the calcaneal tendon?
109.        What is the primary function of the deltoid?
110.        What motion is performed when moving the arms away form the body?
111.        What makes up a motor unit?
112.        What is acetylcholine?
113.        What causes muscle fatigue?
114.        Give an isometric exercise-
115.        What is muscle tone?
116.        Muscle that opposes and reverses the action of another muscle-
117.        Muscle that aids another by promoting the same movement-
118.        Main muscle pair used in turning the head to say “no”-
119.        “Kissing” muscle-
120.        Broad back muscle that inserts on the humerus-

				
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