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Unformatted text preview: Answer Key Exercise 1 Figure 1.1 1. armpit 2. forearm 3. wrist 4. thigh 5. ankle 6. chest 7. arm 8. abdomen 9. groin 10. pelvis 11. shoulder 12. back 13. buttock 14. leg Figure 1.2 1. cranial 2. facial 3. cervical 4. acromial 5. axillary 6. brachial 7. antecubital 8. antebrachial 9. carpal 10. digital 11. palmar 12. femoral 13. patellar 14. crural 15. tarsal 16. digital 17. frontal 18. orbital 19. otic 20. buccal 21. nasal 22. oral 23. mental 24. sternal 25. mammary 26. umbilical 27. coxal 28. inguinal 29. manual 30. pubic 31. pedal 32. occipital 33. scapular 34. vertebral 35. olecranal 36. gluteal 37. popliteal 38. sural 39. fibular (peroneal) 40. plantar 41. lumbar 42. calcaneal Activity 4 Directional Terms: Complete the sentence. 1. a. anterior b. superior c. medial d. distal e. ipsilateral f. superficial Figure 1.3 1. superior 2. posterior or dorsal 3. anterior or ventral 4. proximal 5. distal 6. inferior Figure 1.4 1. frontal plane 2. oblique plane 3. transverse plane 4. parasagittal plane 5. midsagittal plane 6. longitudinal section 7. cross-section Exercise 2 Figure 2.1 1. integumentary system 2. skeletal system 3. muscular system 4. cardiovascular system 5. lymphatic and immune system 6. nervous system 7. endocrine system 8. respiratory system 9. digestive system 10. urinary system 11. reproductive system Activity 2 Identification of Organs 1. a, 2. b, 3. d, 4. c, 5. d, 6. b, 7. b, 8. a, 9. b, 10. b Figure 2.2 1. cranial cavity 2. vertebral canal 3. thoracic cavity 4. diaphragm 5. abdominal cavity 6. pelvic cavity Activity 4 Abdominopelvic Quadrants and Regions Quadrants 3. a. RLQ b. all four quadrants c. mainly RUQ d. LLQ and RLQ e. LUQ f. all four quadrants g. LUQ h. mainly LUQ Regions 3. a. right inguinal (iliac) b. right hypochondriac c. right inguinal (iliac) 689 2502T_ans_689-708.qxd 10/30/07 1:49 PM Page 689 Team B 102:WHQY024:jwaLL3:ans key: d. hypogastric (pubic) e. left hypochondriac f. epigastric Activity 5 Discussion Questions: Serous Membranes 1. visceral layer 2. parietal layer 3. serous fluid 4. It was easier to push a fist into the bag with water. The water served as a lubricant, decreasing friction. 5. yes Exercise 3 Activity 3 Using the Microscope 11. When you move the slide to the left, the object as seen through the ocular lens moves to the right. When you move the slide to the right, the object as seen through the ocular lens moves to the left. When you move the slide forward (away from you), the object as seen through the ocular lens moves backward (toward you). When you move the slide backward (toward you), the object as seen through the ocular lens moves forward (away from you). Activity 6 Discussion Questions: Cheek Smear 1. To increase contrast of cell structure....
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