5 classifications of bone - long
Define Long Bones - Longer than they are wide
Thick compact bone exterior
Define Short Bones - Almost equal in length and width
contain thick interior of spongy bone covered by thin veneer of
body is standing erect, face forward, with the upper
limbs at the sides and palms forward,
Lying on back, facing upward,
Lying on abdomen, facing downward (head may be
turned to one side),
Active transport - requires ATP to transport substances across the plasma
Passive transport - does not require the cell to expend energy because the kinetic
energy of the particles causes them to move from an area of their higher
long bones - longer than they are wide, with a thick compact bone exterior.
short bones - almost equal in length and width and contain a thick interior of spongy
bone covered in a thin, veneer of compact bone.
flat bones - relatively flat, may be curved,
Functions of the bone - support, protection, assistance in movement, mineral
homeostasis (storage and release), blood cell production, and triglyceride storage
Mineral homeostasis in bone - (storage and release) bone tissue stores several
parietal bone - superior lateral walls of cranial cavity
2 of them
temporal bone - inferior lateral walls of the cranial cavity
house organs of inner ear
2 of them
frontal bone - anterior portion of cranial cavity
occipital bone - posterior wall of crania
Lab Review Terms
Diaphragm- separates the thoracic cavity from the abdominopelvic cavity or for a
compound microscope it is used to adjust the amount of light passing through the
slide into the lens.
Thoracic Cavity- space enclosed by the ribs, sternum, a
A & P Final Lecture Exam Study Guide
The four levels of structural organization of protein do not include:
The oclet rule refers to:
Atoms filling inner shell to 2 and additional shells to maximum of 8 electrons
The atomic number refers to the nu
1. Skeletal muscle fibers are surrounded by a layer or areolar connective tissue
2. Skeletal muscles fibers are grouped into bundles called fascicles.
3. A layer of dense regular connective tissue called perimysium.
4. A muscle is f
Coarse Focus Knob - Large knob that moves the stage or objective lens a great
distances. Used with scanning or low-power objective lenses only.
Stage - Flat platform beneath the objective lens on which the microscope slide is
Ocular Lens - Removab
A & P Chap 2
matter,- anything that has weight ,
matter composed of elements,- 116 known,- 92 on planet ,
elements,- iron, copper, silver, gold, aluminum, carbon, hydrogen, oxygen ,
elements combine and form compounds,
elements composed of atoms,
Anatomy and Physiology
The Axial Skeleton (15 bones)
1. Frontal Bone- flat bone- the shape of this bone contributes to defining the
shape of the head and face- extends down to form the upper surfaces of the
2. Occipital Bone- flat bone- th
Matter is anything that has weight and takes up space, such as all
liquids, solids and gases. Matter is composed of elements. As of 2005,
there were 116 known elements. 92 of these elements exist on our
planet. Elements are things like: Iron, copper, silv
CHAPTER 14: BLOOD
Describe blood according to its tissue type and major functions.
Define the term hematology.
Name the average volume of blood in a human.
Name the tw
Ongkas Big Moka
Watch Ongkas Big Moka (found in the Course Content section) and answer the following:
What is a moka?
Why does Ongka want to give a moka?
What is given in a moka besides pigs?
How did the death of the Big Man in the enemy tr
WPCC BIO 112 Quiz 2 Spring 2016: Chapter 27
_1) Which of the following bacterial phyla contain Gram-positive members?
E) A & C
F) B & D
_2) Which of the following proteobacteria are
1. 1 joule is equal to
2. In reference to the functional groups, if there is carbonyl group within the carbon chain, this tells
us we have
Ketone and Sugar
3. The dissolving agent is also known as a
4. Water is able to form hydrogen becau
Workbook pages 109-110 (We are getting 10 extra credit points for every hour worked Saturday)
Metaphase The spindle fibers (microtubules) push the chromosomes until they are all arranged at the
metaphase plate (the mid line between the 2 centrosomes)
1. Which of the following dissociations is that of an acid?
a. HF → H+ +F2. Many mammals control their body temperature by sweating. Which property of water is most directly
responsible for the ability of sweat to lower body temperature?
a. The absor