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84 Cards in this Set

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What plays an important part in cell reproduction and metabolism
What is mitosis
process by which most cells reproduce
what best describes metabolism
process by which cells are nourished
primary functions of skeletal system
protects various organs, helps produce red and white blood cells, stores most of the bodys calicum
what removes toxic products of digestion
which system includes skin, oil, and sweat glands
integumentary system
what connects 2 or more bones
which bone joins all the bones of the cranium
what kind of bones are cheek bones
adams apple is
hyoid bone
where is the humerus bone
what is true bout the insertion part of muscle
pressure in massage usually begins here
which muscle causes wrinkles across forhead
which body part has mucles that are nonfunctioning
a function of the orbicularis oculi muscle is to
close eye
a function of the mentalis muscle is to
wrinkle chin
a function of the trapezius muscle is to
swing the arms
function of the flexor muscles is to
bend the wrist
which muscles cover the shoulder joint
deltoid muscle
which system provides the physical foundation of the body
the brain, spinal cord, and nerves are part of what system
nervous system
which system controls the 5 senses
nervous system
the brain is
nerve tissue
what controls sensation and glandular activity
where does the spinal cord begin
the cell body and nucleus, dendrites, an and axon made up what?
nerve cell
what receives impulses from other neruons
what transmits impulses that produce reactions to elements such as heat and cold
sensory nerves
which nerve supplies the arm and hand
which nerve is the little finger
which nerve is the little finger
the infratrochlear nerve affects what area
membrane and skin of the nose
the 7th cranilal is a
motor nerve
which nerve controls chewing
5th cranial
the buccal nerve affects what
muscles of the mouth
the temporal nerve affects what
the cervical nerves affect what
the scalp at the back of the head and neck
which nerve is located at the base of the skull
the smaller occipital nerve
which nerve supplies the thumb
the radial nerve
what does the digital nerve supply
the finger
what part of the body does the radial nerve and its branches supply
the thumb, the side of the arm and the back of the hand
which sustem coordinates all other systems
nervous system
which is a function of lymph
carries waste and impurities from the cells
the heart is what shape
a main function of the vagus nerve is to
regulate the heartbeat
the vagus nerve is also known as the
10th cranial
what best describes the ventricles
the lower, thick-walled chambers of the heart
what type of circulation sends blood from the heart to the lungs
veins carry blood containing
waste products
what does blood carry to the cells of the body
water, oxy, food
blood carries _________and __________ to be eliminated.
carbon dioxide, waste products
t/f blood helps equalize the bodys temp
what best describes blood
nutritive fluid in body
what are the components of blood
red adn whit corpuscles, platelets, plasma, adn hemoglobin
what best describes hemoglobin
complex iron protein
what is the main function of plasma
takes carbon dioxide away from body cells
red blood cells contain
which system acts as an aid to the blood system
lymph vascular system
lymph vascular system
carries nourishment from the body to the body cells, removes waste material from the body cells, provides a suitable frlluid edvironmemt for the cells
facial artery supplies blood to where
lower region of the face
the common carotid arteries supply blood to
the head
the internal carotid arteries supply blood to
the brain
the submental artery supplies what
blood to the chin
the superior labeal artery supplies what
blood to the upper lip
what does the inferior labeal artery supply
blood to lower lip
the angular artery supplies what
blood to side of the nose
the parietal artery is a branch of what artery
superfifcial temporal artery
what does the posterior auricular supply
blood to the scalp and ear area
which artery supplies blood to the front of the ear
anterior aauricular artery
the internal and external jugular veins carry
blood returning to the heart from the head
what best describes the endocrine system
affects the growth, development, adn health of the body
what removes certain elements from the blood to convert them into new compounds
what do exocrine glands produce
what are the 2 main types of glands
exocrine and endocrine
which statement best describes the digestive system
changes food into nutrients and waste
a main function of digestive enzymes is to
change food into a form that can be used by the body
eliminates waste material
excretoy system
a main function of the kidneys
excrete urine
main function of liver
discharge bile
main function of lg intestine
eliminate decomposed food
respiratory system consists of
heart and lungs
which best describes the diphragm
muscular wall that separates th thorax from the abdominal region
during inhalation, or breathing in , what is absorbed into the blood
includes hair and nails
integumentary system