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anaphase
In which stage do the chromosomes seperate and move to the poles?
next to last phase
Interphase
takes 15.3 hours. carries on normal, everyday activities. Towards the end, there will be several subphases. What phase is being shown?
First phase
metaphase
In this stage, chromosomes move to equatorial plate.
Prophase
Which phase?
Prophase
Chromosomes will thicken, shorten, and duplicate.
Anaphase
Which phase?
Telephase
Chromosomes reach the poles. Which phase
The last stage
Telephase
Which phase?
The end of the last phase, but also the beginning of the first phase all over again.
Glucose
What is this molecule?
Aldehyde
Which molecule?
Amine group
Which molecule?
Amino Acid
Which molecule?
Carboxyl
Which molecule?
Glucose
Which molecule?
Hydroxyl
Which molecule?
Ketone
Which molecule?
Ketone
Which molecule?
saturated
a fat
unsaturated
a fat
centrioles
What is the structure being pointed at?
produce the spindle fibers in mitosis
golgi apparatus
What structure is pointed to?
looks like a stack of pancakes
mitochondria
What structure is pointed to?
nucleolus
What structure is pointed to?
nucleus
What structure is pointed to?
rough ER
What structure is pointed to?
smooth ER
What structure is pointed to?
chromosomes
What are the red fibers within the nucleus?
Parietal
Which part of the skull is the blue line pointing to?
Temporal
Which part of the skull is the blue line poiting to?
Frontal
Which part of the skull is the blue line poiting to?
Occipital
Which part of the skull is the blue line poiting to?
Maxillae
Which part of the skull is the blue line poiting to?
upper jaw
Zygomatic
Which part of the skull is the blue line poiting to?
cheeks
Palatine
Which part of the skull is the blue line pointing to?
upper mouth
Nasal bones
Which part of the skull are the 2 blue lines pointing to?
nose
Mandible
Which part of the skull is the blue line poiting to?
lower jaw
Malleus
Which part of the ear is the blue line poiting to?
mallet
Incus
Which part of the ear is the blue line poiting to?
Stapes
Which part of the ear is the blue line poiting to?
stirrup
cervical
Which verterbrae is this one?
identified by the holes on either side of the big one in the middle
Atlas and Axis
Which part of the vertebral column is this?
the top 2 vertebrae
atlas
Which vertebrae is the blue line poiting to?
axis
Which vertebrae is the blue line poiting to?
Thoracic
Which vertebrae shown here?
identified by the indention where the ribs attach
Lumbar
Which vertebrae is shown here?
identied by the lack of Demi Facet and lack of Transverse Foramen. Also the biggest bodied vertebrae
Sacral/Sacrum
What is the top part?
5 fused bones
caudal/coccyx
What is the bottom part
tail bone
Intervertebrall Disc
What part of the vertebral column are the blue lines pointing to?
In between the vertebrae
Intervertebral Disc
What part of the vertebral column are the blue lines pointing to?
In between the vertebrae
Intervertebral Disc
What part of the vertebral column are the blue lines pointing to?
In between the vertebrae
Scapula
What is the name of this bone in the skeletal system?
shoulder blade
Clavicle
What is the name of this bone?
collar bone
humerus
What is the name of this bone?
upper arm
Radius
What are the blue lines pointing at?
lower arm
ulna
Which bone are the blue lines pointing at?
lower arm
Carpals
What are the circled bones?
hand
metacarpals
What bones are circled?
hand
phalanges
What bones are circled?
fingers
Ilium
What is the top part of this bone called?
Ilium
What is the top part of this bone called?
The picture is of the hip bone
Ischium
What is the back rounded part of this bone?
This is a picture of the hip bone
Pubis
What is the front of this bone called?
This is a picture of the hip bone.
femur
What is the bone shown here?
thigh/upper leg
patella
What is the name of the bone depicted here?
knee cap
fibula
What bone are the blue lines pointing to?
lower leg
tibia
What bone are the blue lines pointing to?
lower leg
tarsals
What part of the foot is circled?
talus
What part of the foot is the blue line pointing to?
calcaneus
What part of the foot is the blue line pointing to?
metatarsals
What part of the foot is circled?
phalanges
What part of the foot is circled?
toes