Chapter 11 Mastery Notes
1. Cells can signal each other and interpret the signals they receive from other cells and the
environment. These signals are most often chemicals. The same small set of cell s
Anatomical Positions, Movement
and Planes of the Body
Dr. Robert Knudsen
Planes The Dividing of the Body
1. What are 4 different types of tissue, give an example of each & their function?
1. Epithelial (simple or stratified: more than one layer)/
a. squamous (mouth, lungs, inner blood vessel)
b. cuboidal (kidney, salivary gland, thyroid gland),
Anatomy Lecture 6
o Has important blood supply in half of you if you have breast
tissue or lactating, a lot of blood supply comes from the
lateral thoracic. Gets large during pregnancy
o Subscapular-Largest b
Anatomy Lecture 2
1Wont post PowerPoint online but on the slides in class, the numbers
refer to the page on the syllabus to a similar picture.
Divided into two subdivisions
o Central Nervous System-Brain and Spinal cord
Anatomy Lecture 7
The anterior compartment has three muscles in the flexor
compartment of the arm
We have the two headed muscle, the biceps brachii.
o Coracoid process is the short head, the long head is the
supraglenoid tubercle and it insert
Anatomy Lecture 5
Latissimus Dorsi-Biggest broadest muscle of the back.
o Comes from lower thoracic and takes origin from the ilium
crest and some ribs.
o Inserted on the anterior side of the upper part of the humerus
near the intertu
Anatomy Lecture 3
The spinal cord ends at the conus medullaris, between the disk of the
In the lower third or so of the vertebrae column is the CSF and
floating in it are lower lumbar and sacral spinal nerves.
This allows us to insert
Anatomy Lecture 4
We will often start with bones (framework) muscles blood vessels
Important bone because it joins the upper limb to the trunk (axial
Coracoid structure looks like a crows beak.
o Allows weight
For the following slide you must know what tissue, organ and what
system they belong. Some of the slides you should know the name of
the cells in them.
1. Frog Skin:
Find the simple squamous epithelial tissue. Frogs skin is very thin.
Prefixes and Suffixes
without. eg: anaerobic, in the absence of air, avascular.
air. eg: aerobic, in the presence of air or oxygen.
change. eg: ameboid, movement which is done by changing
starch. eg: amylase, a
TEST I AM
Find the best MATCH
3. Which of the following animal does NOT have myelinated neuron?
B. Jelly fish*
4. This is a type of epithelia
1. Define the following terms:
Fertilization - Activation of the egg and fuse of the sperm and egg nuclei to form the diploid
Cleavage - the subdivision of the zygote into many cells by mitosis.
Parthenogenesis without sperm fertilization, unferti
Zoology Exam II
1. A single cell, fertilized egg is called?
2. Which of the following is NOT a main event in reproduction?
A. gamete formation