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peritoneum
lines the abdominal cavity, supports organs
The negative blotch of color that remain in your field of view in the test with colored cards was an _______.
Afterimage
The small region in your retina with no space for rods and cones is occupied by a bundle called the _________.
Blind Spot
The structure in your eye that adjusts to far or near objects is the _________.
Lens
If you studied accommodation of the eye in a large segment of the general population, you would expect the most variation to be caused by ________.
Age
The structure beneath your brain apparently responsible for the ability to see a "hole" in your hand is the _______.
Optic Chiasma
Of the areas tested for two-point sensitivity, which was the most discerning?
Fingertips
What we call taste and smell have similar sensors referred to as ________.
Chemo Receptors
The human body has several organ systems. The organ studied today were all part of the _________ system.
Nervous System
The negative blotch of color that remain in your field of view in the test with colored cards was an _______.
Afterimage
The small region in your retina with no space for rods and cones is occupied by a bundle called the _________.
Blind Spot
The structure in your eye that adjusts to far or near objects is the _________.
Lens
If you studied accommodation of the eye in a large segment of the general population, you would expect the most variation to be caused by ________.
Age
The structure beneath your brain apparently responsible for the ability to see a "hole" in your hand is the _______.
Optic Chiasma
Of the areas tested for two-point sensitivity, which was the most discerning?
Fingertips
What we call taste and smell have similar sensors referred to as ________.
Chemo Receptors
The human body has several organ systems. The organ studied today were all part of the _________ system.
Nervous System
What is A, B, C, D?

What system is this?
A - stomach
B - pancreas
C - large intestine
D - small intestine

Digestive
What is A, B, C?

What system is this?
A - Uterine Horn (Fallopian Tube)
B - Ovary
C - Vagina

Female Urogenital
What is A, B, C?
A - penis
B - epididymus
C - teste
What is A, B, C, D?

What system is this?
A - larynx
B - trachea
C - bronchial tube
D - lung

Respiratory
What is A, B?

What system is this?
A - Numbers 5 and 6 are the:
B - Number 1 is the :

Circulatory
What is A, B, C?
A - Hard Palate
B - Glottis
C - Tongue
What is A, B, C?

What system is this?
A - kidney
B - ureter
C - bladder

Urogenital (Excretory)
What is A, B, C, D, E, F?
A - Phloem
B - Xylem
C - Palisade Mesophyll
D - Spongy Mesophyll
E - Vascular Bundle (midvein)
F - Stomata
What is A, B, C, D, E?
A - Zone of Cellular Maturation
B - Zone of Cellular Elongation
C - Zone of Cellular Division
D - Apical Meristem
E - Root Cap
Esophagus
Transports food to the stomach
Liver
-Produces bile
-Converts glucose to glycogen
-Detoxifies
Gallbladder
Stores bile produced by the liver
Pancreas
Produces digestive enzymes and delivers them through the pancreatic duct to the small intestine (duodenum).
Small Intestine
Absorption
Large Intestine (colon)
-Reabsorption of water and electrolytes.
-Transport feces to rectum.
Hard Palate
Separates the oral cavity from the nasal cavity.
Soft Palate
Fleshy continuation of the separation of the oral cavity from the nasal cavity.
Genital Papilla
Short projection that could turn into a clitoris or penis.
Nares
Nose
Pinnae
Ears
Cecum
A small pocket where the small intestine ends and where the large intestine begins.
-Vestigal in humans (appendix)
-Herbivores use it for fermentation (symbiotic bacteria and protozoans).
Spleen
-Stores blood
-Recycles worn out red blood cells
-Produces lymphocytes
Trachea
Rings of cartilage that prevent the airway from closing.
Pharynx
Back of the mouth
Kidney (Cortex)
Outermost layer.
Kidney (Medulla)
Middle region.
-Contains loop of Henle and collecting ducts
Renal Pelvis
Innermost region of the kidney.
-Contains collecting ducts and the origin of the ureter.
Artery
Blood flows away from the heart.
Vein
Blood flows toward the heart.
Lens
Focuses images on the retina.
Pupil
Regulates the amount of light that enters the eye
Cornea
Outermost layer of eye used to protect
Optic Nerve
Sensory nerve that travels to the brain.
Optic Disk
Neurons of the optic nerve pass through the choroid layer and retina.
Fovea
Focal point of the eye
Retina
Rods and cones.
Ciliary Body
Changes the shape of the lens.
Iris
Contains the pupil. Also has to deal with regulation of light.
What is 10, 19, 20, 37?
10 - Corpus Callosum
19 - Thalamus
20 - Hypothalamus
37 - Medulla Oblongata