Purpose: 1. to property use the terms that describe relative body positions,
body sections and body regions.
2. to demonstrate the difference between planes and sections
Procedure: 1. Each group should build 2 vegeople using suppl
The Duckling Theater Presents.
-The outer cranium is made up of four major
structures with various landmarks
-Frontal, Temporal, Parietal, and Occipital bones
Also known as Cranial Sutures, they are fibers
Evolution of Smell:
Why is smell important to the human race?
Burns and Skin Repair
severity of a burn depends on:
* amount of tissue affected
*depth of tissue affected
described as first, second or third degree
First Degree Burns
limited to the epidermis
the least severe
GQ: How is contraction controlled?
def- motor neuron
and fibers attached
Human Mat. and Phys. Period
Two-Point Discrimination. (50 points)
Neurologists, physicians who specialize in the brain and central
nervous system (CNS), use two-pointed
objects and ask patients if they feel one point or two. Th
B y: Death Eaters
This cranial bone forms the forehead, and the hollow
openings that encloses the eyes.
Sphenoid bone attaches frontal bone, ethmoid bone
Chapter 12: The Heart
1. Describe the position of the heart in the body.
2. Differentiate between endocardium, epicardium and myocardium.
3. Compare and contrast cardiac muscle cells and skeletal muscle cells.
4. List three func