GLOSSARY G-27 tenilon (cai-CAY-nee-ul) A thick tendon heel that attaches the triceps surae muscles calcaneus; also call ed the Achilles tendon' the pons. ComPare tosltal. Pirtaining to the abdomen' 2.18) The hudening of a tissue due to ofcalcium salts; also called A calcified mass, especially a renal calculus / stone) or biliary calculus (gallstone)' (cal-vERR-ee-uh) The rounded bony tirat forms the roof of the cranium; the portion ofthe skuil superior to the eyes earsr skullcap, (CAY-lix) (piural, calices) A cuplike structure' r the kidnevs' (fie. 25.3) A tubular passage or tunnel.such as,the semiiirculir, or condYlar canal' (CAN-uh-LIC-you-lus) A microscopic as in osseous tissue. (fig. 6'5) bone SeesPongYbqte' (CAP-ih-LERR-ee) The narrowest type in the cardiovascular and l1'rnphatic engages in fluid exchanges with 'bed -A ner*otk of blood capillaries that from a single metarteriole an-d conv^erge on a cliannel or venule. (ng' 21.9) fibrous covering ofa structure such as includes sugars, starches, glycogen' centet A nucleus in the medulla oblongata iutultt., .otonotnic-reflexes,for controlling ratl and strength ofthe heartbeat' ,iut.t. Suiitd involuntary muscle of the cystem Collec-tive name for the ana ionlt,'.*ptt.sizing their close spatial physlological relationshiP. cletem Anorgansystem-consisting heart and blood vessels, serving for the soort of blood' Compare circ'iatory 6ystem' body (ca-RoT-id) A small cellular mass the'branch in the common carotid artery' cells that detect changes in the taining sensory ceus Inar qelccl rrt4u6cr 'r ur! *i-tliu. .tUoit aioxide and oxygen content of blood, (fig.21.4) rl*r ' ,i aUtion at the base of the internal artery; contains baroreceptors, which c.hanges in blood pressure. (flg' 21'4) Pertaini-ig to the wrist (carpus)' :r t, e protiin that ffansPorts solutes through .u[ t.ttibt.n.' also called a transPort protein' who does not exhibit a Particuiar disorder, but who has the gene for it mav pass it to the next generation' e A connective tissue witl a rubbery 'ix, cells (chondrocytes) contained in lacunae' oo ttood u.tt.tt, covers the joint surfaces of bones and supports organs such as the ear larvnx.
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Fig, Medulla oblongata, nucleus ofeach cell, cell body ittJ