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6.defined as a group of organs working together to perform related functions.
9.plays an important role in maintaining homeostasis by conducting impulses that affect involuntary activities of the smooth muscle, cardiac, muscle and glands
10.is the protective membrane covering the spinal cord and brain.
11.divides the body horizontally into upper and lower portions
12.the branch of science that deals with the functions of living things
13.the branch of science that deals with the structure of living things
14.discharge through ducts or tubes either into the intestines or outside of the body and consist of tear, sweat, salivary, mucous and mammary glands.
16.located directly underneath the epidermis and rests on top of the subcutaneous layer.
19.means the nearest to the center of the body, origin, or point of attachment
20.provides skin color and protects from UV light.
21.a. Biopsy b. Skin scrapings for fungal culture c. Tissue cultures and microbiology cultures.
23.conducts impulses from the CNS that allow an individual to consciously control skeletal muscles.
25.contains the following: Mitochondria, Ribosomes, Endoplasmic reticulum, Lysosomes, Golgi apparatus, Centriole
27.hormone which stimulates the production of RBCs in the bone marrow.
28.a flat surface resulting from a real or imaginary cut through a body in the anatomic position.
33.The space between the meninges and brain and spinal cord is filled with
35.houses numerous organs including the stomach, liver, pancreas, gallbladder, spleen and kidneys, it is separated from the thoracic cavity by a muscle called the diaphragm.
36.can be divided into eight structural units: a. atoms b. molecules c. organelles d. cells e. tissues f. organs g. organ systems h. organism
38.division results in equal right and left portions
43.consists of the brain and spinal cord.
48.means farthest from the center of the body, origin, or point of attachment.
49.allows the formation or breakdown of substances for the purposes of using energy.
50.refers to the front.
51.forms the wall of the heart, is a special kind of striated muscle, and is under involuntary control.
54.a way of referring to the body regardless of the actual body position, parts of the body are referred to as if the patient is standing erect, arms at the side with palms facing forward.
55.composed of connective tissue and adipose tissue.
56.(1) cell count (2) glucose (3) protein (4) C&S
57.means toward the side
58.provide movement, maintain posture and produce heat
59.houses primarily the urinary bladder and reproductive organs
60.Similar cells combine into tissues which form
2.release their products directly into the bloodstream and are often called ductless or internal glands. They consist of the pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid and adrenal glands.
3.consists of all the nerves that connect the CNS to every part of the body
4.divides the body vertically into front and back portions.
5.process by which cells break down complex substances into simpler ones causing release of energy.
7.attached to bone, has striated or banded muscle fibers, and under voluntary (conscious) control.
8.Circular muscles surrounding the intestines contract to assist the movement of food through the body, these wavelike contractions
15.means higher, above, or toward the head.
17.is composed of similar cells, but these are surrounded by a gelatinous material instead of calcified substances, thus allowing for more flexibility
18.carry impulses from the CNS to organs, glands and muscles and can be further subdivided:
22.kidneys secrete the enzyme which acts to increase blood pressure
24.hair follicles, nails, sweat glands and sebaceous glands which secrete an oily lubricant called sebum.
26.transmit nerve impulses to the spinal cord or brain from muscle tissues.
29.means beneath, lower, or away from the head.
30.houses primarily the heart and lungs.
31.e located in the front of the body and include:Thoracic cavity, Abdominal cavity, Pelvic cavity
32.green stoppered tube, must be placed on ice immediately
34.makes up the walls of hollow organs and the blood vessels, is nonstriated and is under involuntary or unconscious control.
37.a. serum calcium and phosphate levels b. Erythrocyte Sedimentation rate (black or purple) and CBC (purple) c. microscopic and microbial analysis of the bone marrow and synovial fluid.
39.refers to the back.
40.encases the spinal cord
41.divides the body vertically into right and left portions
42.transmit impulses to muscles from the spinal cord or brain.
44.carry impulses to the CNS from sensory receptors in various parts of the body.
45.means toward the midline or middle
46.houses the brain.
47.All body systems work together at all times and constantly interact to maintain a state of internal balance
52.process by which cells use energy to make simple compounds into complex ones.
53.outermost layer of skin

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