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Stomach

Abdominal cavity

1

Esophagus

Thoracic cavity

2

Spinal cord

Vertebral cavity

3

Urinary bladder

Pelvic cavity

4

Small intestine

Abdominal cavity

5

Trachea

Thoracic cavity

6

Lungs

Thoracic cavity

7

Kidneys

Abdominal cavity

8

Heart

Thoracic cavity

9

Brain

Cranial cavity

10

Spleen

Abdominal cavity

11

Liver

Abdominal cavity

12

Name the 11 systems of the body

Integumentary
Muscular
Urinary
Reproduction
Digestive
Lymphatic
Cardiovascular
Respiratory
Nervous
Endocrine
Skeletal

13

Name 5 levels of organization that comprise the body

Chemical level, cellular level, tissue level, organ level, system level

14

Why is it important to use the technical terms when studying anatomy

Universal terms. Everybody knows them by technical terms

15

5 requirements of organisms

Water food oxygen heat pressure

16

Explain the following statement: the science of anatomy isn't solely a visual science

Anatomy is hands on. Requires the sense to determine all parts are how they should be. Uses sight, touch, sound, and sometimes smell

17

Think of a person who has a chronic ongoing illness. Explain how changes in anatomy in that person are associated with changes in physiology

Lung cancer takes over body and lungs won't work. Compensate for lack of oxygen, the other lung will increase its work load. Deals with the functions

18

In which of the 4 primary tissues is cancer likely to appear and why

Epithelial tissue- covers the skin, most exposed to toxins, replicate fast

19

Differentiate between exocrine and endocrine glands

Exocrine-secrets into ducts
Endocrine-secrets into the blood of tissue fluids

20

Explain why physical characteristics of the various connective tissue differ so much

Functions determine how they physically look. Look different to perform different tasks (shape and look-form functions)

21

Which muscle tissue is voluntary and which are involuntary

Voluntary-skeletal
Involuntary-cardiac and smooth

22

How do you explain the fact that joint injuries awe often very slow to heal

There's no blood there. No circulation of blood flow-longer to heal

23

Nerve fibers are scattered throughout

Dermis

24

Only the deepest layer of this region an divide

Epidermis

25

Lacks blood vessels

Epidermis

26

Consists of loose connective tissue and adipose

Subcutaneous

27

Located beneath the 2nd region

Subcutaneous

28

Contains the pigment which gives skin it's color

Epidermis

29

Outermost layer is dead cells

Epidermis