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H UMAN A NATOMY L ECTURE S TUDY G UIDE BY R OBERT H OUSKA AND S USAN H AFNER C ORRECTIONS AND A NSWER K EY
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Human Anatomy Lecture Study Guide, Houska & Hafner, Answer Key Page 2 Created 9/12/2009 C ORRECTIONS Chapter 1—Levels of Organization No Corrections Chapter 2—Cytology and Histology Page 3—Question #8: Cross out the following answer choice: e. two of these cartilages are abundant Chapter 3—Integumentary System Page 9—Question #7: Reword question as follows: 7. Which of the following would be associated with sebaceous glands? Page 10—Question #17: OMIT: Cross out question. Chapter 4—Skeletal System (Axial) Page 13—Question #1; answer correction 1. a. skull Page 15—Questions #24, #25, #31 24. The vertebra prominens is the name of what bone? 25. Which of the following feature s of a vertebra can easily be palpated? 31. Answer choice correction c. they all articulate directly with the sternum via costal cartilage Page 23—Figure 4.3: Note that the Facet is on the Transverse Process and not the Spinous Process. The Transverse Process is missing from the left side of the diagram and not labeled. Chapter 5—Muscular System Page 28—Label the following features in Figure 5.1: Add endomysium Chapter 6—Anatomy of the Nervous System Page 34—Questions #16 & #18: Reword questions as follows: 16. Which of the following structures are not found in the PNS? 18. A corticospinal tract is a type of: Page 35—Questions #21 & #39 21. __________ and __________ are the two main cell types in the nervous system. 39. Which structure of the brain is responsible for subconscious coordination of skeletal muscle? Page 37—Matching question corrections: 79. Contain motor nerve fibers only 82. Transmit sensory information to the CNS 83. Contain sensory nerve fibers only Chapter 7—Spinal Cord & Spinal Nerves Page 41—Figure 7.1: Spelling correction: Change “Recepter” to “Receptor” Chapter 8—Brain & Cranial Nerves Page 43—Question #4: Answer correction e. all of the above are true of the dura mater Page 44—Question #11: Reword question as follows: 11. The midbrain contains all of the following except :
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Human Anatomy Lecture Study Guide, Houska & Hafner, Answer Key Page 3 Created 9/12/2009 Chapter 9—Autonomic Nervous System Page 51—Question #3: Answer choice correction d. parasympathetic and sympathetic divisions Page 53—Question #41: 41. The reflex arc in the autonomic nervous system requires two efferent neurons in most cases . Page 54—Diagram revision will be handed out in class. Chapter 10—Endocrine System Page 60—Questions #26, #30, #32 26. Insulin can be taken in pill form by mouth. 30. The posterior pituitary produces two hormone s , ADH and oxytocin. 32 The hypothalamus controls the release of hormones from both the anterior and posterior pituitary. Chapter 11—Cardiovascular System Page 67—Question #33 33. A decreased oxygen carrying capacity of the blood is known as __________.
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