1. List three outcomes of muscle actions. (p. 285)
2. Muscle actions provide muscle tone.
3. Propel body fluids and food
4. Generate heartbeat
5. Distribute heat
9.2 Structure of a Skeletal Muscle
1. Two or more tissues grouped together and performing specialized functions define a(an)
_. (p. 171)
2. The largest organ(s) in the body is (are) the _. (p. 171)
6.2 Skin and Its Tissues
1. Define tissue. (p. 144)
A tissue is a group of cells performing a specialized structural or functional role.
2. Describe three kinds of intercellular junctions. (p. 144)
Tight junctions, desmosomes, and gap junctions
Joints of the Skeletal System
1. Functions of joints include _ (p. 261)
e. all of the above.
8.2 Classification of Joints
2. Describe how joints are classified. (p. 261)
The type of tissue that binds the bones together at each j
1. Active, living tissues found in bone include _. (p. 193)
e. all of the above
7.2 Bone Structure
2. List four groups of bones based upon their shapes, and name an example from each group. (p.
a. Long bones
1. Define metabolism. (p. 115)
Metabolism is the sum total of chemical reactions in the cell.
2. Explain how metabolic pathways are linked and intersect. (p. 115)
In many cases, products of one reaction are s
1. An adult human body consists of about _ cells. (p. 76)
c. 50 to 100 trillion
2. Describe three types of differentiated cells. (p. 76)
Nerve cells are long with threadlike extensions that can be used to transmit motor or
Chemical Basis of Life
1. Define chemistry. (p. 51)
Chemistry considers the composition of substances and how they change.
2. Explain the difference between chemistry and biochemistry. (p. 51)
Chemistry is the study of the compo
Holes Human Anatomy and Physiology
Shier, Butler & Lewis
Chapter 1 Outline
A. Questions and observations that have led to knowledge.
B. Knowledge about structure and function of the human body.
1.2 Anatomy and Physiology
Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology
1. Describe how an early interest in the human body eventually led to the development of modern
medical science. (p. 3)
Our earliest ancestors probably became curious about the body d