fertilization to birth
Terminology of Development
from fertilization to birth (38 weeks)
Anatomy/Physiology Midterm 2 Review
Bone Structure classification:
-Long Bones: longer than they are wide. E.g. Humerus, Femur
-Short Bones: Cube like, length and width roughly equal. E.g. wrist and ankle bones
-Flat Bones: Plate like with
sexual reproduction produces
fertilization results in one cell
with 23 chromosomes from
gonad primary sex organ
testis in male
ovaries in female
produce gametes, sex hormones
Anatomy Exam Review
Sensation and memory, emotions, decision making, movement
Communicates with the body via Spinal Cord and Peripheral nerves
Main parts of the brain:
-Develops from the posterior forebrain
-Located b/w the cerebral
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School of Health Sciences
Review for Anatomy Test #1
4 primary tissue types: Epithelial, Connective, Muscle, and Nervous.
It is widespread throughout the body. Functions to protect, secrete, absorb and excrete
(synthesize). Cells are tightly packed, a
Acids & Bases
2. What are the major sources of hydrogen ions in the body?
3. What is a buffer? Name the constituents of a buffer.
4. Give an example of a buffer system. Name the most important buffer system in