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The Abdominopelvic Region is very large and there for is divided into 9 smaller regions. **TRUE OR FALSE**
True
Name the 9 regions that the Adbominopelvic region is divided into.
*Starting at the top right corner and go across,
*Right hypochondriac region
*Epigastric region
*Left hypochondriac region
*Right lumbar region
*Umbilical region
*Left lumbar region
*Right iliac (inguinal) region
*Hypogastric (pubic) region
*Left iliac (inguinal) region
Name 2 organs that can be found in the Right hypochondriac region
The liver & Gallbladder
Upper right corner of the 9 small regions within the Abdominoplevic region
Name an organ that can be found in the Epigastric region
The stomach
Upper middle section of the 9 small regions within the Abdominoplevic region
Name an organ that can be found in the Left hypochonriac region
The Diaphragm
Upper left corner of the 9 small regions within the Abdominopelvic region
Name a organ that can be found in the Right lumbar region
The Ascending colon of the large intestline
The mid right side of the 9 smaller regions within the Abdominoplevic region
Name 2 organs that can be found in the Umbilical region
The transverse colon of large intestine & the small intestine
Mid right side of the 9 smaller regions within the Abdominoplevic region
Name a organ that can be found in the Left lumbar region
The Descending colon of large intestine
The Mid left side of the 9 smaller regions within the Abdominoplevic region.
Name 2 organs that can be found in the Right iliac (inguinal) region
The cecum & Appendix
The Lower right corner of the 9 smaller regions within the Abdominoplevic region.
Name a organ that can be found in the Hypogastric (pubic)region
The Urinary bladder
The lower mid section of the 9 smaller regions within the Abdominoplevic region.
Name a organ that can be found in the Left iliac (inguinal) region.
The Inital part of sigmold colon
The lower left corner of the 9 smaller regions within the Abdominoplevic region.
Name the 4 Abdominoplevic quadrants that Medical personnel often use
*Right upper quadrant(Liver)
* Left upper quadrant(Stomach)
*Right lower quadrant(Cecum )
* Left lower quadrant(Inital part of sigmold colon)
What is the Brownian Movement?
The movement of molecules
What are the 2 classes of chemicals?
Organic and Inorganic
What is organic chemicals ?
Carbon containing
What is inorganic chemicals?
All other moelcules
What molecule is Water?

*and describe it
Water is an inorganic molecule.
* Its the most abundant inorganic compound.
* Its universal solvent
* And 60-80% Volume of most living cells.
Tell information about salts
*Inorganic chemicals with Cations(+) and anions(-) charges except H+ and OH-
The most common salts in the body are what?
*NaCl-Sodiium cloride
*Ca2CO3
* KCl-Patassium cloride
*Ca2POa- Calcium phosphate
Name each common salt and their important functions
Na & K- Sodium and Patassium
*Nerve impulse transmission
Ca-Calcium
*Muscle Function/Bloof clotting
Fe-Iron
*red bloo cell information
S-Sulfur
*Protein in muscle
I- Iodine
*Thyroid
What is an Acid?
A chemical that releases H+ ions.

* The more H+ ions released the greater the acidity

** Proton donor > give off
What is Bases?
Proton acceptors > collect
What do a buffer do?
*Resist changes in pH.
*Prevent sudden changes t living cells.
3 systems in the body that contain buffers.
*Urinary system- help Kidneys
*Respiratory system- Blood buffer system
* Chemical systems
What are some organic compounds?
*Proteins
*Carbohydrates
*Lipids
*Nucleic acids
Why are carbons so special?
*Electroneutral
*Can form: single,double or triple covalents bonds
*Can form long chians or rings structures that leads to a huge variety of molecules
**SHARE ELECTRONS EQUAL (A STABLE MOELECULES)