Functions of the Skeletal System
4) Storage: calcium & phosphorus; to be used if there is an in-take shortage.
5) Blood Cell Production: cavities filled with red bone marrow, blood cells & platelets.
2 Regulatory Systems of the Body
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Peripheral Nervous System (PNS)
2 Components of the CNS
2 Divisions of PNS
Components of Motor Division
2 Components of Autonomic Syste
What is a chemical element?
An element is the simplest type of matter, having unique chemical properties.
How many natural occurring elements are there?
What is the smallest stable unit of matter?
The subatomic particle with one positive
the diencephalon is innervated by what cranial nerve
the cornea curvature is _
the lens curvature is _ (shape & meaning)
flexibleflat = distanceround = close
the lens is held by
suspensory ligaments/fibers and cilliary muscles
the iris is innervat
forms the outer boundary of the cell, through which the cell interacts with its external
directs cell activities (instructs organelles)
located between the plasma membrane and the nucleus and is where cel
pathway of lacrimation (tears)
1. production of tears in lacrimal gland - exit through lacrimal ducts2. tears pass over
inside/outside of eye3. tears drain through lacrimal canaliculi into lacrimal sac4. tears go
to nasolacrimal duct5. tears enter nasal c
starts with neural plate - invaginates into tube - neural crest cells migrate - ventricals and
Primary areas of the cerebral cortext are (4)
primary motor cortex
fronatal eye field