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UNIT_5368_Test_1 - Test 1: Unit 5368 Anatomy and Physiology...

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Test 1: Unit 5368 Anatomy and Physiology Duration : 1 hour Total Marks /84 Name: Date:2007 TERMS / DEFINITIONS 5. Define the following: (3 marks) a) Organ every living organism is made up of cells. With the capacity to perform all the essential life function, ie, as in the kidney is a organ that acts to filter our blood. b) Cell are the fundamental units of all living things. The human body contains over hundred million cells, each containing our unique identity, our DNA. c) Mitochondria this important structure is responsible for generation 6. Name 6 systems of the body: (e.g Respiratory System) (6 marks) The skeletal system, nervous system, muscular system, digestive system, reproductive system, urinary system, circulatory system. 7. Describe the anatomical position: (2 marks) It’s standing upright facing forwards, feet together, toes pointing forwards, arma down loosely and palms facing forward. 8. Fill in the following spaces: (direction terms) (5 marks) a) A discus thrower spins through a vertical axis. b) The head is proximal to the neck. c) The thumb is lateral to the little finger. (Remember the anatomical position) d) Lifting your leg to the side, away from the midline is called anteroposterior axis . e) The Sagittal (median) plane cuts your body into front and back.
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This note was uploaded on 06/09/2008 for the course SIT 5366 taught by Professor Smythe during the Winter '07 term at Auckland.

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