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atrioventricular node
backup for sa(sinoatrial node)
function of skeleton
support;form
pulmonary artery goes to
lungs
enzymes
digestive juices
mechanical digestion
smaller pieces
trachea
entrance to lungs
perateneum fascia
all around organs
shorter than SI
large intestine
septum divides
left and right side of heart
belly of muscle is
actual muscle
sinoatrial node
pace maker
4 types of teeth
inscisors, molars, canines, premolars
mucous glands
add liquid, slipperyness in mouth
saliva
mucous and stuff/ salivary glands
chemical digestion
braks dow into other materials and additives
4 basic cavities of skeletal system
cranial;spinal;thorasic; abdominal
circulatory sys not going to an area causes that area to
die
bolus
big gooey mass of food
origin of muscle, what is it
area of attachment
first 8-10 inches of SI
duoduem, secretes some digestive juices and collects digested juices form pancreas and gall bladder
salivary glands, how many sets
3 sets
red blood cells are reproduced where?
bones
insertion of muscle
area of attachment that is moving
nutrition is
all pocesses by which animals take in chemical nutrients
scoliosis
curving of spine
what provides surface for muscle attachmant
bones
fibrulation
muscles jump out of control
yellow marrow
fat tissue
pancreas
like a peice of cake in milk, insulin produced
tongue tastes...
sweet, sour, bitter, salty with specail nerve endings, taste buds
what is ossification?
How bones are made
spongey bone
has holeslike sponge, mineral storage
perioteum
membrane around outer part of bone
5 types of joints
hinge; ball and socket; angular; gliding; sliding
sphincter muscles, types and what they do
pyloric sphincter-exits stomach, cardiac sphincter- food in to stomach, anal sphincter-rectum, removes waste.
liver
removes dead red blood cells, makes bile stored in gall bladder
this is all in what?
plasma 53%
erythrocytes 44% red blood cells
Leucocytes 1%
thrombocytes-blood platelets
Blood
tendon
normally attached to end of muscle and a bone
sutures
non movable joints
palentine
roof of mouth, seps nasal cav, from oral cavity
support organs of excretion
lugs, Large intestine, sweat blood filtering system and nitrogenous waste
organic nurients
carbohydrates; fats
inorganic nutrients
water, minerals, vitamin
eppiglottis
entrance to trachea, has cover
digestion
food molecules broken into smaller pieces
kidney
continuously filter nitrogenous waste from blood
absorption
small materials taken into body and go to cetain places
tarsals
ankles, back of arch
nephrons
blood filters
septum
divides nasal cavity, left and right
filtering takes place in
medula
sacrum(5)
vertabrae fused
philanges
on small toes and fingers(3 each)
gall stones
minerals collecting in gall bladder
L1-L5
lower vert in back, lumbar
peritonum
membrane coats stomach
artery
thickest, strongest in circulatory system, very elastic, carries blood AWAY from the heart
muscles are a series
of fibers called actin and myosin
venuole
little vein
venus valve
controls blood leaving heart
paristalsis
contractions and relaxations in stomach
philanges on thumb and big toe
2
weakest vertabrae of neck
c4 and c5
large intestine aka
colon
artiriole
little artery
are cardiac muscles repairable
no
heart center of body, points left or right
LEFT
parts of LI
ascending colon-start
then-transverse colon
down-descending colon
veins are or are not under great pressure and do or do not have valves
are not; have valves
gall bladder
makes bile
tricuspid valve
works like lobster pot
areas of stomach
cardiac, upper
fundus, middle, churning up
pyloric-lower, pushes into intestine
versasacs, cartilage, and sinovial fluid
joint cushions
muscles help take blood ___
back
atrium
collects blood, CO2
veraform appendix use
*trick
no use at all
possibly prebirth use
arythmea
out of rythm
chyme
food material in stomach
Atlas vertevbrae #
c1
pericardium
bag holding heart
vertebrae
bone with in in spinal columb
pancreas makes
pancreatic fluid ad insulin
villi in si
tiny fingerlike projections, absorb nutrients, water, insulin etc...
defribulators
heart shockers
mitrovalve
between left vetricle and left atrium
blue represents
Co2
upper queezes to lower in heart and lower
squeezes out
Bones store what?
minerals
compact bone is
very hard, in boney layer
red marrow
rise to red blood cells
surtle
area where apendage is attached for movement
joint
area where skeleton can in most places move
ligament
bone->bone
metatarsals
front of foot arch
tibia
bottom of human leg, the smaller
fibia
bott. of human leg, larger
top of leg
femur
uvula
skin, back of throat
cervical vertebrae
neck area
Axis vertebrae
C2
which is worse, dislocated neck or broken
dislocated
what cushions in between vertebrae, so you don't get bone on bone
disks
muscle fiber tearing causes growth
of muscles
steroids allow u to
build more muscle fiber
nutrients
neede food
only thing digested in mouth is
sugar
jhondas
bile backing up in system
spleen
probably most commonly removed, helps to prduce antibodies, very mushy
vein
thinner than artery, closer to body surface, carries blood back to heart
articulation
place where bones can be attached, not connected or fused
artillery capillaries and venus capillaries
branch off bring nutrients to; waste away
thoracic vertebrae
12, on attached ribs