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Intro to Anatomy & Physiology
Take careful notes on any questions you miss
1
• Cells are
organized into
________.
– Answer:
Tissues
• True or False: Anatomy
is the branch of science
that deals with the
functioning of body
parts.
– Answer:
False.Physiology
2
• Name that level
• The
maintenance of a of
stable internal
organization.
environment is
– Answer:
called …..
Organ System
– Answer:
Homeostasis
3
• Which body system • What branch of
a. takes in and
science deals with
sends out air
the structure of
b. exchanges gases
body parts?
between the air &
– Answer:
blood?
Anatomy
– Answer:
Respiratory System
4
• What does the
suffix -ology
represent?
– Answer:
the study of….
• What does the
prefix homeomean?
– Answer:
same
5
• Name the body
• Point on your
cavity that houses person to the area
the heart? (be most
known as “cubital”?
specific)
– Answer:
thoracic
– Answer:
elbow
6
• Name that cavity
– Answer:
vertebral (spinal)
7
• Which system provides
• True or
a framework &
False…the knee
cap is distal to the protective shield for
softer tissue & acts
ankle ?
– Answer:
false….proximal
with muscles to allow
movement?
– Answer:
Skeletal System
8
• Name
that area.
– Answer:
Brachial
• Name that
area.
– Answer:
carpal
9
• Which body
plane was
interrupted
during Marie
Antoinette’s
beheading?
• Point on your
person to the
axillary region?
– Answer:
armpit
– Answer:
transverse
10
• Which is a higher • What is
(more complex)
metabolism?
level or
– Answer: the sum of
organization,
all chemical
macromolecule or
reactions in the body
cell?
– Answer:
cell
11
• To what does the
prefex cardirefer?
– Answer:
heart
• Name all three
components of a
control mechanism?
– Answer:
control center,
receptor (sensor),
effector
12
• Name
that area.
• Name that
area.
– Answer:
– Answer:
Patellar
cervical
13
• Which body
system includes
the skin, hair &
nails?
– Answer:
Integumentary
• The dorsal body
cavity is comprised
of two smaller zones
name them?
– Answer:
cranial & spinal
(vertebral)
14
• What does the
suffix -tomy
mean?
– Answer:
cutting
• What is another
term for coronal
plane?
– Answer:
frontal
15
• The image best
illustrates which
plane?
– Answer:
saggital
(median)
What does the prefix
poly- indicate?
– Answer:
many
16
• What separates
• What is the proper
the thoracic from
surface anatomy
the
term for ear?
abdominopelvic
– Answer: otic
cavity?
– Answer:
diaphragm
17
• The term
• What are the
“buccal” refers to building blocks of
what part of the
carbohydrates?
body?
– Answer:
– Answer:
cheek
monosaccharides
18
• Name
that area.
– Answer:
digital
• Name that
area.
– Answer:
pectoral
19
• Name that cavity
– Answer:
Pelvic
20
• True or False…in • Which is more
an ionic bond
acidic a pH of 3 or
electrons are
8?
shared.
– Answer:
3
– Answer:
false….covalent
21
• What are the
• What type of
building blocks of substance is
proteins?
glucose?
– Answer:
amino acids
– Answer:
monosaccharide
(carbohydrate)
22
• What is the
scientific name
for a fat?
– Answer:
lipid
• Name two types of
nucleic acids?
– Answer:
DNA & RNA
(deoxyribonucleic
acid, ribonucleic
acid)
23
• What does a
catalyst do in a
chemical
reaction?
– Answer:
speed up the rate
of reaction
• What is diffusion?
– Answer:
movement of ions or
molecules from an
area of greater
concentration to
lesser concentration.
24
• What would
happen to the
shape of a cell in
a hypotonic
solution?
– Answer:
swell and
eventually burst
• Why can’t sucrose
move across the cell
membrane?
– Answer:
large
it is too
25
• What is the
function of
ribosomes?
– Answer:
produce proteins
• “Popliteal” refers
the what area of the
body?
– Answer:
behind the knee
26
• Organic
molecules are
best described
as…
– Answer:
those that contain
carbon &
hydrogen
• All cells consist of
two main parts,
name both.
– Answer:
nucleus &
cytoplasm
27
• What is active
• The Golgi
transport?
apparatus is
– Answer: the movement
responsible for…
of molecules or ions
– Answer:
packaging
proteins
from regions of lower
concentration toward
regions of higher
concentration, requires
the expenditure of
energy.
28
• Name that
organelle.
– Answer:
mitochondrion
29
• What type of
biomolecule is
represented by the
diagram?
– Answer:
Carbohydrate
(monosaccharide)
30
• What are the 3
types of
carbohydrates?
– Answer:
Monosaccharide,
Disaccharide,
Polysaccharide
• What does it mean if
you are lactose
intolerant?
– Answer:
Cannot break
lactose
(disaccharide) into
monosaccharides
31
• What class of
biomolecules
has glycerol
and 3 fatty
acids as its
building
blocks?
– Answer:
Lipids
• What is the
difference
between a
saturated &
unsaturated
fat?
– Answer:
Single/Double
bonds
32
• The eye is medial • The bellybutton is
or lateral to the
superior or inferior
ear.
to the chin?
– Answer:
medial (closer to
the imaginary
midline)
– Answer:
inferior
33