Study of the Brain and Cranial Nerves
The Brain and the Cranial Nerves
Dissection of the Sheep Brain
GROSS ANATOMY STUDY GUIDE
for the BRAIN & CRANIAL NERVES
Brain 3 main parts
Cerebrum divided into 2 halves
Chapter 8 Study Guide:
1. What term is a synonym for joint? Joint and articulation are synonyms.
2. What functional joint class contains the least-mobile joints? The
synarthroses are the least mobile of the joint types.
3. Of sutures, symphyeses, and sync
Chapter 7 Study Guide:
1. What are the three main parts of the axial skeleton? The three main parts
of the axial skeleton are the skull, vertebral column, and thoracic cage.
2. Which part of the skeleton- axial or appendicular- is important in
Chapter 6 Study Guide:
1. Which type of cartilage is most plentiful in the adult body? Hyaline
cartilage is the most plentiful in the adult body.
2. What two body structures contain flexible elastic cartilage? The
epiglottis and external ear cartilages ar
Human A&P Study Guide
1, Definition of tissues
groups of cells similar in structure that perform common or related function.
2, Four types of primary tissues.
Connective- supports and connects
Chapter 10 Practice Test 1
1. The origin is where a muscled is attached to movable bone. (True or False)
2. Which is not true of the Epicranius?
From poneurosis fixed in between
To frontal and occipital bellies
3. Which is n
Unit 4 Study Guide
All of these questions can be answered using the videos and the textbook.
1. Know the Location and Action of all muscles listed in lab guide.
2. Know how of all the muscles in the lab guide are Named.
3. Know which muscles in th
CONNECTIVE TISSUE STUDY
As you review the labeled images of the different types of connective tissues you learned about
in your video lectures, their locations and components, think about the following points for each.
This will help you understan
Unit Five Study Guide
STUDY GUIDE FOR TYPES OF NEURONS & NEURON ANATOMY
3 Anatomical types of neurons
3 Physiological types of neurons
Anatomy of a typical motor neuron
*What are neuroglial cells?
*What two neuroglial cells form myelin
Unit 5 Review
Chapter 5: The Integumentary System
The Integumentary System is the first body system covered in its entirety in Biology 201. In lab,
you will learn to identify the layers and sublayers of the skin and their important accessory
Unit 3-Skeletal System Study Guide
Understand the following terms/concepts:
1. Functions of skeletal system
2. Cell types: osteoblasts, osteoclasts, osteocytes, chondroblast, fibroblast,
3. Bone terms: osteon, lamella, caniliculi, Haversian canal,
Unit 2 Study Guide
Chapter 3 (page 96-114), 4 and 5
1. Review the structures of the cell. Be able to label a cell figure and know functions of cell
2. Review the different body water compartments and the distribution of Na and K inside
Unit 1 Study Guide
Chapter 1, 2, 3
1. List of anatomical terms. Yes, ALL of them.
2. Location of all the organs listed in lab guide videos.
3. Directional terms; example superior vs inferior
4. Directional planes; example transverse
Unit 1 Lab Study Guide
This is the list of things you are required to be able to recognize for the lab questions on
Body Organization and Terminology
brain cerebrum , cerebellum, brain stem
Burn Study and Examination:
Read the case study and answer the questions in the blank space provided. Please use good
grammar and spelling. Points will be deducted for poor grammar and spelling.
BURN CASE STUDY
Chief Complaint: 8-year-old girl admi
Human Anatomy & Physiology
Anatomy: studies the structure of body parts and their relationships to one another.
Physiology: the function of the body; how the body parts work and carry out their