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Sagittal Plane
length wise plane running front to back, separates left and right sides of the body
Midsagittal Plane
length wise plane running front to back, seperates left and right sides of the body intotwo EQUAL halves
Transverse Plane
horizontal plane separating the body into superior and inferior parts.
length wise plane running front to back, separates left and right sides of the body
Sagittal Plane
Frontal Plane
lengthwise plane running from side to side, seperates the body into anterior nd posterior AKA coronal plane
Coronal Plane
lengthwise plane running from side to side, seperates the body into anterior nd posterior AKA Frontal Plane
length wise plane running front to back, seperates left and right sides of the body intotwo EQUAL halves
Midsagittal Plane
horizontal plane separating the body into superior and inferior parts.
Transverse Plane
lengthwise plane running from side to side, seperates the body into anterior nd posterior AKA Frontal Plane
Coronal Plane
lengthwise plane running from side to side, seperates the body into anterior nd posterior AKA coronal plane
Frontal Plane
Negative Feedback Loop
homeostatic control loop which reverses the stimulus returning the body back to norml
Positive Feedback Loop
homeostatic control loop which increases the stimulus to achieve a function in the body
The following is an example of Positive or Negative Feedback Loop.
Regulation of body Temperature
Negative Feedback Loops control body temperature.
The following is an example of Positive or Negative Feedback Loop.
Blood Oxygen Concentration
Negative Feedback Loops control blood oxygen concentration.
The following is an example of Positive or Negative Feedback Loop.
Events which lead to the contractions during labor.
Positive Feedback Loops control events which lead to the contractions during labor.
The following is an example of Positive or Negative Feedback Loop.
Rapid sticking together of platelets.
Positive Feedback Loops control rapid sticking together of platelets.
Superior
towards the head, upper, above
towards the head, upper, above
Superior
Inferior
towards the feet, down, below
towards the feet, down, below
Inferior
The chest is ____ to the abdomen.
Superior
The mouth is ____ to the nose.
Inferior
Anterior
front of
also known as ventral
front of
also known as ventral
Anterior
Ventral
front of
also known as anterior
front of
also known as anterior
Ventral
Posterior
back of
also known as dorsal
back of
also known as dorsal
Posterior
Dorsal
back of
also known as posterior
back of
also known as posterior
Dorsal
The umbilicus is ____ to the lumbar region.
anterior / ventral
The lungs are _____ to the ribs.
posterior / dorsal
Medial
toward the mid line
toward the midline
Medial
Lateral
away from the mid line of the body
away from the mid line of the body
Lateral
Proximal
towards the trunk
towards the trunk
Proximal
Distal
away from the trunk
away from the trunk
Distal
The elbow is ____ to the hand.
proximal
The wrist is _____ to the forearm
distal
Nucleus
contains the protons and neutrons in the center of each atom
Proton
positively charged particle located in the center of the atom
positively charged particle located in the center of the atom
Proton
Neutron
non-charged particle located in the center of the atom
non-charged particle located in the center of the atom
Neutron
The 3 Components of each atom is?
proton
neutron
electron
Electron
negatively charged particle outside of the nucleus in the atom
negatively charged particle outside of the nucleus in the atom
Electron
Atomic Mass
number of protons and neutrons in a atom
Atomic Number
number of protons in a atom
Elements
pure substance; made up of only one kind of atom
Energy Levels
regions surrounding atomic nucleus that contain electrons
"donating" electrons bond
Ionic bonding
"sharing" electrons bond
Covalent bonding
Acid
substance that shifts the H+/OH- balance in favor of H+; opposite of base
Base
substance that shifts the H+/OH- balance against H+; also known as an alkaline; opposite of acid
Solution with more H+ ions is _____.
acidic
Solution with more OH- ions is _____.
basic / alkaline
__pH is neutral.
7
__ to ___pH is acidic.
0 to 6.999
__ to ___pH is akaline.
7.001 to 14
_____ are the building blocks for carbohydrates.
Monosaccarides or simple sugars
Carbohydrates
Sugars made up of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen, stores energy for later use
Monosaccarides
simple sugars
Disaccarides
Two sugars
Polysaccarides
Many sugars
Lipids
fats and oils; store energy for later use
What are lipids made of?
one glycerol unit and 3 fatty acids
Proteins
made up of amino acids connected by peptide bonds
What are the three main parts of cell?
plasma membrane
cytoplasm
and nucleus