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This region makes up the main axis of the body, consisting of the head, neck, and trunk.


Axial region

What is anatomy?

The study of the structure of the human body

What are the different types of technology used to see the Microscopic Anatomy?

X-RAY


CAT


PET

Which of the following is not a characteristic of the anatomical position?

Palms face posteriorly

All of the following, except one, are parts of a cells structure. Which one is NOT?

Shell


The fundamental bilayered structure of the plasma membrane is determined almost exclusively by...


Phospholipid molecules


When it is 1.5 months old, an average embryo is the size of a?

Black bean ??

Before what week is a baby considered premature?

38 weeks

The ability of one group to influence the developmental direction of other cells is called___?

Induction

Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of Elastic Cartilage?

. Tensile strength with the ability to absorb compressive shock.

Cells work together in functionally related groups called:

Tissues

What does the last name of a tissue, cuboidal, mean when describing the shape of cells?

Cells are wide as tall- like cubes