ONLINE HUMAN ANATOMY
Myology is the study of muscles.
There are more than 700 muscles in the human body.
Muscles that move the skeleton make up 40% of our bodys weight.
Properties of muscle tissue: excitability,
Study Guide 1
1. What does the term "tibial-fibular fracture" mean?
A tibial-fibular fracture is a fracture of both the tibia and fibula in the lower leg.
2. What is a compound fracture?
A compound fracture is one in which the broken bone is protruding th
Lab 11 (wk 8) Vessels of the
Three Branches off the Aortic Arch
Right common carotid artery*
Left common carotid artery
Right subclavian artery*
Left subclavian artery
* These right sided arterie
Lab 10 (wk 7): The Heart
Dual Circulatory System
Heart External Structures
Layers of the Heart
Simple squamous epithelium
tissue and fat
Chambers of the
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2 terms c
The ferer cell mass develops into three germ layers.
Fertilization typically occurs in the endometrium.
Approximately what is the time
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27. What is a peptide? What is a protein?
Proteins are large chains of amino acids held together by peptide bonds. Naturally occurring proteins are
made of just 20 different kinds of amino acids. Amino acids are a special type of organic compound that
21. Is fat a lipid? What is a lipid?
LIPIDS (FATS, FATTY ACIDS AND CHOLESTEROL, ETC.)
Lipids are diverse compounds that consist mainly of hydrogen and carbon atoms in long chains.
Lipids are hydrophobic = they are not soluble with and don't mix into water
60. What is an organelle?
organelle = a compartmentalized structure with a specialized function in a cell.
A structure or part that is enclosed within its own membrane inside a cell and has a particular function.
Organelles are found only in eukaryotic ce
Why is sex so important to the process of evolution? (genetically, what does sex
Sex generates variability among offspring. The diversity of your offspring will provide
challenges,againest parasites, viruses, competitors.
Sex generates variat
11. Briefly define each of the terms (eg. atom, molecule, tissue, etc.) in the flowchart
you did for #9.
ATOM that is the fundamental unit of matter (formed of protons, neutrons and electrons)
and these bond together to form a
MOLECULE that is made of ato
List at least 5 different specific study skills/activities you can do to help maximize
your success in this course.
Generally, what is your learning style(s)?
List 3 different reasons why people/animals have sex.
1. Procreation or propagation of
Describe the basic effects of FSH and LH in both the male and female
(what does FSH do in males and females, what does LH do in males and females make
LH functions to initiate androgen production while FSH develops the S
Bascially, how did views on homosexuality change in China over the past 2,000
HOMOSEXUALITY IS RECOGNIZED IN WRITING FROM 2000YEAR AGO- IT WAS
WIDESPREAD AMONG THE UPPERCLASSES IT WAS KNOW AS THE GOLDEN AGE OD
HOMEOSEXUALITY IN CHINA. In 1949
What is cryptorchidism? Would a man who has cryptorchidism have a normal,
abnormally high or abnormally low FSH level in his blood?
Cryptorchidism is when the testes neglect to descend into the scrotum prior to
A man with cryptorchidism has ab
90. What is a hormone receptor? What kind of basic macromolecule are hormone
receptors (chemically what are hormone receptors?)
A hormone receptor is a molecule that can bind to a specific hormone. Receptors for
peptide hormones tend to be found on the pl
40. What is the name of the gonad in females? (gonads are the primary organs of sex)
41. What is the name of the gonad in males?
42. If the level of testosterone made up the testes increased greatly what would
happen to the level of LH rele
How many sperm per cc of ejaculate are normally found in a normal man's
60 million sperm/cc of ejaculate.
Draw a diagram of and label the three basic parts of the structure of a sperm.
Explain the basic function of each part of a sperm.
30. How does the tertiary structure of a protein differ from the quaternary structure of
31. What type of chemical bond stabilizes alpha helices and beta pleated s
50. What are the two basic functions of the ovary?
51. List 3 basic tenets of the cell theory.
. All living things are made of cells.
2. Cells only arise from pre-existing cells by division. (spontaneous generation does not occur)
3. Cells are made of
Cells communicate with each
other via signaling
molecules. One cell secretes
the signaling molecule and
the target cell responds to
the signaling molecule by
changing its behavior.
There are 3 categories of
Hearing and Sound
Sound is a wave-like form of energy
Wavelength and frequency are inversely proportional
Frequency determines pitch (Hz)
Amplitude determines loudness (decibels)
1. Pinna collects sound like a funnel
2. Ear Canal directs sou
Autonomic Nervous System
1. Controls the activities of internal organs
2. Is involuntary
3. Helps to maintain homeostasis by regulating: