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Axillary
Armpit
Brachial
arm
Buccal
Cheek Area
Carpal
Wrist
Cervical
Neck Region
Coxal
hip
crural
leg
digital
fingers, toes
femoral
thigh
fibular
lateral part of the leg
Inguinal
area where thigh meets body trunk; groin
nasal
nose area
oral
mouth
orbittal
eye area
patellar
anterior knee
pelvic
area overlying the pelvis anteriorly.
pubic
genital region
sternal
breastbone area
tarsal
ankle region
thoracic
chest
umbilical
navel
cephalic
head
deltoid
curve of shoulder formed by large deltoid muscle.
gluteal
butttock
Lumbar
area of back between ribs and hips.
occipital
posterior surface of the head
popliteal
posterior knee area
sacral
area between hips
scapular
shoulder blade region
sural
the posterior surface of lower leg; the calf
vertebral
area of spine
Levels of structural organization.
chemical level - cellular level - tissue level - organ level - organ system level - organismal level.
Sagittal section
a cut made along the lengthwise, or longitudinal plane of the bodyinto right and left part.
midsagittal section
a sagittal cut where both the left and right parts are equal.
frontal or coronal section
a cut made that divides the body into anterior and posterior parts.
transverse section
divides the body into superior and inferior parts.
Dorsal Cavity
has two subdivisions the cranial cavity which protects the brain and the spinal cavity which protects the spine
Ventral cavity
contains all structures within the chest and abdomen divided into three thoracic cavity seperated form the ventral cavity by the diaphragm. The abdominal Cavity contains the stomach. the pelvic cavity contains reproductive organs
Homeostasis
the ability of an object to maintain internal balances
axial skeleton
the bones that form the longitudinal axis of the body.
appendicular skeleton
the bones of the limbs and girdles.
organic compounds
carbon containing compounds
Amino acids
the basic building blocks of proteins
Enzymes
functional proteins that act as biological catalysts.
ph
measure of relative acidity or alkalinity of a solution.
High energy phosphate bonds.
chemical bonds that attach the phosphate group to the sugar and nitrogen baseduring ATP hydosis.
structure of DNA
sugar, nitogren base and a phosphate group.
Nucleotide
The building blocks of nucleic acids.
ATP(Adenine Triphosphate)
A form of energy used by all body cells.
ACtive transport
A from of transportation that uses energy.
passive transport.
requires no use of energy like diffusion and filtration.
cell membrane
seperates the cell from its outer surroundings
Rough ER
called rough ER because it is studded with ribosomes. it is like the factory of the cell.
Ribosomes
The sight of protein synthesis
Mtochondria
the power house of the cell