CHAPTER 1 - An Introduction to the Human Body
A. Anatomy Defined
1. Anatomy is the study of structures of the body and the relationships among structures.
B. Levels of Body Organization
1. The human body consists of several interrelated le
Superficial Muscles of Back & Neck
Deep Back Muscles
Pectoral and Abdominal Muscles
PHYSIOLOGY EXAM 2 REVIEW
1. Know the major divisions of the nervous system: CNS, PNS, somatic, autonomic,
2. know the function of afferent neurons, efferent neurons, interneurons what do
3. Know the typ
Exam #3 Review Sheet
What are the membranes of the pleural cavity?
What are the lobes of the lung? The fissures? The borders?
What is a lobule?
Know the structures in the nasal cavity
Know the divisions of the pharynx
Know the parts of
PRACTICAL #1 Bone/Joint Tissue Review list
Know the following
anatomical directional terms for example: lateral, medial, superior, inferior, dorsal,
ventral, sagittal, coronal/frontal, transverse etc.
know the 4 and 9 quadrant divisions of the abdominopel
PHYSIOLOGY LECTURE EXAM #1 REVIEW LIST
What is an atom? What comprises an atom?
Be able to draw any atom if given the atomic mass and atomic number electron
Be able to explain how ions form oxidation and reduction
Be able t
Lab Practical FINAL
Lymphatic system (models)
Lymphatic board model be able to
identify lymph nodes (cervical,
submandibular, axillary, clavicular,
mediastinal, mesenteric, inguinal)
Plus the thoracic duct and the lymphatic
duct on this model
Exam #1 Review Sheet
What are the four types of tissues found in the body?
What is a membrane composed of?
What are the four types of membranes found in the body?
Where is the parietal layer of a membrane found?
Where is the visceral layer o
PHYSIOLOGY Exam #3 REVIEW SHEET
-know the major anatomical structures for both the male and female reproductive systems
and what each does
-understand the external genitalia for both
-understand the structure of the testes and the ovar
The scapular region is on the superior posterior surface of the trunk
and is dened by the muscles that attach to the scapula (shoulder
blade). These muscles can be divided into:
extrinsic muscles, whic
Anat 1: Cardiovascular Assignment & Sheep Heart Dissection
Cardiovascular ASSIGNMENT (Due at the beginning of class)
For each heart valve: give the full name(s) of the valve, describe the direction of
blood flow through the valve, the an
Joints of the Skeletal System
1. Define joint.
A joint is a functional junction between bones.
2. Explain how joints are classified.
The type of tissue that binds the bones together at each junction can classify joints. They can also be
DETAILED LECTURE OUTLINE
Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology , 7th edition, 2006 by Frederic H. Martini
Prepared by Professor Albia Dugger, Miami-Dade College, Miami, Florida
References to textbook headings, figures and tables appear in i
Biology 218 Human Anatomy
Days / Time:
M W 5:00 PM 9:20 PM
1. Which is the most accurate statement?
A) Historically, the relationship between superficial anatomy and internal function has always b
Old Test Questions for Gross Anatomy
Test I: Upper Limb
Vertical sections that are at 90 degrees to the median plane are called:
A. parasagittal sections
B. coronal sections
C. transverse sections
D. horizontal sections
E. paramedian sections
Explain the concept of homeostasis.
Name different levels of organization of the body from atom to organismal level.
Name main characteristics of life.
Compare the structure of a prokaryotic cell and a eukaryotic cell.
Name and expla
Anat 1: Exam 1 MC + answers
Neural tissue is formed from _.
d) A and C
e) A, B, and C
The _ contain(s) sinuses that are not paranasal.
a) temporal bones
c) frontal bone
d) parietal bones
Which cell types are typically found in the stratum spinosum? All of the listed responses are
Which of the following statements regarding local regulation after skin injury is/are FALSE?
Both the formation of fibrous, cellular scar
Which structures found in epithelial tissue are subjected to a significant amount of abrasion
and shearing forces? Hemidesmosomes
In which process(es) do carrier molecules transport materials against a concentration gradient?
Which of the following is NOT a function of epithelial tissue? establish a structural framework
for the body
Cells of which muscle type are able to divide and, therefore, regenerate after an injury?
Which type of epithelium is
Morphology is also referred to as _. Surface anatomy
Which organ system functions in the internal transport of cells and dissolved materials,
including nutrients, wastes, and gases? Cardiovascular system
Which sectional plane divides th
Quiz 2 Study Questions:
Chapter 6: The Skeletal System: Axial Division > Chapter Quizzes > Multiple-Choice
1. Which of the following statements regarding thoracic vertebrae is FALSE?
Correct: The transverse processes of T1 to T10 are relatively