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Question Answer veins bundles of tubes contain the xylem and pholem in the leaves simple a leaf which the blade is in one piece compound leaf a leaf in which the blade is divide into leaf epidermis the other protective layer of the leaf mesophyll the milddle layer of leaf tissue in which food making […]

Lecture Unit 1

Question Answer Arrangement of Fascicles Parallel, Convergent, Circular, Unipennate, Bipennate, Multipennate. Parallel Fascicles Long axis run parallel. Ex. Rectus abdominis, Sartorius. Convergent Fascicles Broad origin, converge towards insertion. Ex. Pectoralis major. Circular Fascicles Concentric rings. Ex. Obicularis oris, Obicularis oculi. Pennate Fascicles Short and obliquely attached. Unipennate: Extensor digitorum. Bipennate: Rectus femoris. Fibers come off […]

Lecture Unit 1

Question Answer Prenatal period First 38 weeks of human development. Scientific weeks. Pre-embryonic period Weeks 1-2 Embryonic period Weeks 3-8 Fetal period Weeks 9-38 Fertilization When sperm enters egg. Occurs in the uterine tube. Zygote When genetic material mixes Cleavage Cell division Morula 16 cell stage Blastocyst Composed of 2 parts: Trophoblast-becomes the fetal half […]

Lecture Unit 1

Question Answer Cephalic head Frontal Forehead Orbital Eye Buccal Cheek Mental Chin Nasal Nose Oral Mouth Cervical Neck Sternal Sternum Pectoral Chest Mammary Breast Deltoid Shoulder. On back as well. Axillary Armpit Brachial Arm. On back as well. Antecubital Front of elbow Antebrachial Forearm Coxal Hip Carpal Wrist Palmar Palm Digital Finger Abdominal Abdomen. On […]

Lecture Unit 2

Question Answer Endocrine Glands Develop from all 3 embryonic germ layers. Ductless. Secrete hormones directly into the blood stream that bind to receptors on cells. Help maintain homeostasis. Endocrinology. Endocrine vs. Nervous system (Both control) Endocrine: slower. lasts longer. has widespread general effects & can affect any cell in the body. Uses hormones. Nervous: fast. […]

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Question Answer formed by heat and pressure metamorphic formed by heating and cooling igneous formed by weather, erosion, deposit, compact, and cement. sedimentary what is the difference between a rock and a mineral rock: pure substance mineral: mixture where are earth quakes most likely to occur? where plates touch each other


Question Answer What organs are catergorized in the CNS? Brain and Spinal Cord The grey matter contains… site of neuron cell bodies & synapses The white matter contains… nerve tract What are the parts of the brain? cerebrum, cerebellum, pons& medulla, midbrain, and diencephalon How many cranial nerves are in the brain? 12 Where does […]

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Question Answer the scientific study of the changes that occur in people as they age from conception until death Human Development research design in which one participant or group of participants is studied over a long period of time Longitudinal Design research design in which several different age-groups of participants are studied at one particular […]


Question Answer How many bones does an adult body have? 206 A baby starts life with how many bones? 270 Your skull protects what 3 things? brain eyes and ears Blood cells are made inside what? Bones Each skeleton is the same or different? Different Your bones give a surface for what to attach to? […]

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Question Answer what does the solar system contain? planets,moons,asteroids,meteorids,and comets what are asteroids and usually where they? rocky objects(big pieces and they are minnor planets)and usually between mars and jupiter what are meteriods? rocky and small objects that is also called a shooting star or meteor if it enters earth's atmosphere if a meteor does […]