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Name the abdominopelvic reigons
hypochond, epigastric, hypochond
lumbar, umbilical, lumbar
iliac, hypogastric, iliac
isotopes
same number of protons but different number of neutrons
catabolism
process in which living cells break down substances into simpler substances
adhesion
water molecules tend to stick to each other as mentioned earlier is due to polarity
Cohesion
water molecules tend to stick to other polar surfaces
where do peptide bonds form?
form between the amino acids during dehydration synthesis
glycogen
highly-branched chain used by animals to store energy in muscles and liver
sucrose
glucose + fructose
RNA bonds
single-stranded and functions in translating the code to build proteins
What does a mitochondria do?
site of cellular respiration and ATP production
What does the Rough ER do?
Therefore associated with protein synthesis
Centrioles
produce microfilaments during cell division
Peroxisomes
sacs containing powerful oxidase enzymes that use molecular oxygen to detoxify harmful substances such as free radicals
G1
he cell grows in volume as it produces tRNA, mRNA, ribosomes, enzymes, and other cell components
G2
“DNA synthesis”. DNA replicates itself
G2
the cell prepares itself for division by making necessary proteins
Ossmosis
the movement of solvent through a membrane from an area of high solvent concentration to an area of low solvent concentration
Faciliatated Diffusion
some molecules are too big to fit through the spaces between the phospholipids and therefore require a carrier to ferry them across or require a channel to pass through
Hemoglobin
considered a globular protien
Beta Sheet
polypeptide chains in secondary level that are linked side by side
Lactic Acid
product of anerobic metabloism in muscle
Name an example of Condyloid joints
knuckles
A Bands
area overlapping myosin and actin filaments
I bands
contains actin filaments only
Z Disks
separates sarcomeres and anchors the thin filaments
H Zones
part of the A band that contains only myosin fibers
M Line
center of the H zone that holds the myosin fibers in place
aerobic respiration
where oxygen is required but 36 ATP can be generated
stored glycogen via the anaerobic pathways
resulting in 2 ATP
Tropomyosin
spirals around and stiffens the F actins; covers the actin binding sites in a relaxed muscle
Zygomatic Bones
orbital process
temporal process
maxillary process
Lumbar
moose
Name the parts of the Sphenoid Bone
greater and lesser wings
pterygoid processes
sella turcica
optic canal
foramen ovale
superior orbital fissure
Where is the Olecranon located?
on the humerous
Where is the deltoid tuberosity located?
the humerous
How many true ribs are there?
14
How many tarsal bones are there?
tarsals (7)
How many metatarsals are there?
(5)
How many phalanges are there in the foot and hand?
phalanges (14)
How many carpals are there?
carpals (8)
How many metacarpals are there?
metacarpals (numbered 1-5)
Periosteum
the outter most connective dense layer of the bone
Name an example of Saddle joints
carpometacarpal joint of the thumb
Nonaxial
slipping movements
Uniaxial
movement in one place
Name an example of a Piviot joint
radius to ulna and axis to atlas
Name an example of plane joints
intercarpal and intertarsal
How much of your heat is made by muscles?
%85
What gives rise to nervous tissue
ectoderm
What type of tissue is based on it's matrix?
connective
What type of epithelium is found in enzymes ?
simple columnar
Where is elastic Cartilage found?
ear and epiglottis
What type of tissue uses lysis?
Holocrine
Where is dense regular tissue found?
in the tendons and ligaments
What is used for blood clotting?
thrombocytes
Where is adipose found?
in the hypodermis
Name the layers of epithelium
basale, spinosum, granulosum, luciduim, corneum
What is the deepest epitheliel layer?
basale
Which are the youngest keritinocytes of the epitheliel tissue?
basale
WHat types of cells are in basale?
melanocytes
What contains numerous microfilaments which are made of pre-keratin and are attached to desmosomes to provide strength?
spinosum
What types of cells are in spinosum?
langerhans
In what layer are the cells flattened?
granulosum