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General Anatomy and Physiology


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Jelly like substance in which elements such as protein, fats, carbohydrates, mineral salts and water are present.
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protoplasm

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What are the three parts of a cell?
Nucleus, organelle (cytoplasm) and cell membrane
Parts of the muscle
Origin, belly, insertion
Lower jaw
Mandible
Muscular tissue can be stimulated by:
Massage, electric, light. heat, moisture, nerve impulses and chemical
Enables the eye to close
Orbicularis oculi
Hormones affecting the skin functions
Estrogen and testosterone
Largest cranial nerves
Fifth ceranial nerve
Which is the main artery that supplies blood to the head, face and neck
Common, internal, facial, submental, inferior, angular, superior and superficial temporal
Functions of lymphatic system
Defense against bacteria, removes waste, reducing swelling, inflammation and accumulation in blood vessels
2 types of glands
Exocrine and endocrine
Primal functions of the skeleton system
Give shape, attach muscles, produce red and white blood cells, store most of the body's calcium
What is inside the nucleus
DNA and nucleoplasm
Muscles of the neck
Platysma and sternocleidomastoid
Controls the eyebrows
Corrigator and orbicularis oculi
Muscles that attach the arm to the body
Latissimus dorsi, pectoralis major & minor, serratus anterior
White blood cells are also known as:
Leukocytes, white corpuscles
Definition of Physiology
Study of functions and activities performed by the body structure
Definition of the diaphragm
Helps control breathing
Muscle that attach the arm to the body
Latissimus dorsi, pectoralis major and minor and serratus anterior