Chapter 2 Learning Exercise

Chapter 2 Learning - 1 Fat = adip/o 2 Front = anter/o 3 Gland = aden/o 4 Spet =-ologist 5 Study of =-ology 6 Cell = cyt/o 7 Head = cephal/o 8 lower

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1. Fat = adip/o 2. Front = anter/o 3. Gland = aden/o 4. Specialist = -ologist 5. Study of = -ology 6. Cell = cyt/o 7. Head = cephal/o 8. lower part of the body = caud/o 9. out of = exo- 10. within = endo- 11. back = poster/o 12. Control = -stasis 13. disease, suffering, emotion = path/o 14. Formation = -plasia 15. Tissue = hist/o 16. A nosocomial infection is acquired in a hospital setting. 17. When a recessive gene is inherited from only one parent, the offspring will have that genetic condition or characteristic. 18. The abdominal cavity contains the major organs of digestion 19. The term medial means the direction toward or nearer the midline. 20. The adult stem cells is to maintain and repair the tissue in which they are found. 21. The genetic disorder phenylketonuria is characterized by a missing digestive enzyme. 22. The inflammation of a gland is known as adenitis 23. The parietal peritoneum is the outer layer of the peritoneum that lines the interior of the abdominal wall. 24. A gene is fundamental physical and functional unit of heredity. 25. The study of the structure, composition, and function of tissues is known as histology 26. above the stomach epigastric region 27. belly button area umbilicus region 28. below the ribs hypochondriac region 29. below the stomach hypogastric region 30. Hip Bone area iliac region 31. The Term inguinal refers to the entire lower portion of the abdomen. 32. The study of how traits are transferred from parents to their children and the role of genes in health and disease is known as genetics 33. A specialist in the study of the outbreaks of disease is a/an epidemiologist 34. The exocrine glands excrete their secretions through ducts.
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This note was uploaded on 03/10/2012 for the course HRP 2303 taught by Professor Judithguetzow during the Spring '12 term at Texas Pan American.

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Chapter 2 Learning - 1 Fat = adip/o 2 Front = anter/o 3 Gland = aden/o 4 Spet =-ologist 5 Study of =-ology 6 Cell = cyt/o 7 Head = cephal/o 8 lower

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