Study of Tissues
A group of cells of
similar structure that
perform a common
Muscle (movement)discussed later
Nervous (control)discussed later
Ch. 19 Heart Review
1. In the flow chart and table provided below, label the structures that lie along the path of blood
flow in the heart.
2. Label the structures of the conduction system of the heart.
3. Trace the route of a red blood cell one full ci
I. Select one ion for each of the following descriptions. Choices may be used more than
BD. Mitral Valve
B. aortic semilunar
AC. Inferior Vena
C. bicuspid valve
AD. Left Atrium
UNIT 3 STUDY GUIDE
1. What is the circulatory system vs. the cardiovascular system?
2. What are the components of blood?
3. What is hematocrit?
4. Define differences in plasma and whole blood
5. What proteins are found in plasma?
Ch. 11 Match the muscle to the way they were named (note the underlined part of each name):
Direction of muscle fibers(rectus)
Relative size (maximus)
Number of origins (
Types of muscle tissue
Voluntary or involuntary?
Striated or non-striated?
Mono or multi-nucleated?
Location in body?
Muscles that move bones are called voluntary because they are under conscious
Ch. 9 Skeletal System JOINTS
I. Functional classification
II. Structural classification
Determined by material that bind bone together and joint cavity
UNIT TWO EXAM STUDY GUIDE
1. What is the Integumentary system? Know its functions
2. Know the characteristics of the epidermis, its layers, cells you would find in the
3. Know the characteristics of the dermis and st
The Cell: Structure and Function
The smallest living units50-100 trillion in our body
Each cell performs
characteristics of life
They are organized,
respond to stimuli,
obtain nutrients and grow
The Human Body:
An Introduction to
Anatomy vs. Physiology
The study of the structure of the human body
The study of body function
Functional morphology: With form comes function!
Overview of Anatomy
Gross Anatomy-visible to
BIO A220 Unit 3
Review: Respiratory, Lymphatic, Blood
1. Label the following structures indicated below (Note: not all lines will get labeled):
Nasopharynx, pharyngeal tonsil, uvula, nasal conchae, vestibule, nasal meatuses, nostril (ex