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Anatomy & Physiology
Kelly A. Young,
James A. Wise,
Dean H. Kruse,
Jody E. Johnson,
J. Gordon Betts,
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1 An Introduction To The Human Body
2 The Chemical Level Of Organization
3 The Cellular Level Of Organization
4 The Tissue Level Of Organization
5 The Integumentary System
6 Bone Tissue And The Skeletal System
7 Axial Skeleton
8 The Appendicular Skeleton
10 Muscle Tissue
11 The Muscular System
12 The Nervous System And Nervous Tissue
13 Anatomy Of The Nervous System
14 The Somatic Nervous System
15 The Autonomic Nervous System
16 The Neurological Exam
17 The Endocrine System
18 The Cardiovascular System: Blood
19 The Cardiovascular System: The Heart
20 The Cardiovascular System: Blood Vessels And Circulation
21 The Lymphatic And Immune System
22 The Respiratory System
23 The Digestive System
24 Metabolism And Nutrition
25 The Urinary System
26 Fluid, Electrolyte, And Acid-base Balance
27 The Reproductive System
28 Development And Inheritance
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Water concentration in the body is critical for proper functioning. A persons body retains very...
A CT or CAT scan relies on a circling scanner that revolves around the patients body. Watch this...
A patient undergoing an MRI is surrounded by a tubeshaped scanner. Watch this video...
PET relies on radioactive substances administered several minutes before the scan. Watch this video...
Which of the following specialties might focus on studying all of the structures of the ankle and...
A scientist wants to study how the body uses foods and fluids during a marathon run. This scientist...
The smallest independently functioning unit of an organism is a(n) ________. cell molecule organ...
A collection of similar tissues that performs a specific function is an ________. organ organelle...
The body system responsible for structural support and movement is the ________. cardiovascular...
Metabolism can be defined as the ________. adjustment by an organism to external or internal changes...
Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is an important molecule because it ________. is the result of...
Cancer cells can be characterized as generic cells that perform no specialized body function. Thus...
Humans have the most urgent need for a continuous supply of ________. food nitrogen oxygen water
Which of the following statements about nutrients is true? All classes of nutrients are essential to...
C.J. is stuck in her car during a bitterly cold blizzard. Her body responds to the cold by ________....
After you eat lunch, nerve cells in your stomach respond to the distension (the stimulus) resulting...
Stimulation of the heat-loss center causes ________. blood vessels in the skin to constrict...
Which of the following is an example of a normal physiologic process that uses a positive feedback...
What is the position of the body when it is in the normal anatomical position? The person is prone...
To make a banana split, you halve a banana into two long, thin, right and left sides along the...
The lumbar region is ________. inferior to the gluteal region inferior to the umbilical region...
The heart is within the ________. cranial cavity mediastinum posterior (dorsal) cavity All of the...
In 1901, Wilhelm Rontgen was the first person to win the Nobel Prize for physics. For what discovery...
Which of the following imaging techniques would be best to use to study the uptake of nutrients by...
Which of the following imaging studies can be used most safely during pregnancy? CT scans PET scans...
What are two major disadvantages of MRI scans? release of radiation and poor quality images high...
Name at least three reasons to study anatomy and physiology.
For whom would an appreciation of the structural characteristics of the human heart come more...
Name the six levels of organization of the human body.
The female ovaries and the male testes are a part of which body system? Can these organs be members...
Explain why the smell of smoke when you are sitting at a campfire does not trigger alarm, but the...
Identify three different ways that growth can occur in the human body.
When you open a bottle of sparkling water, the carbon dioxide gas in the bottle form bubbles. If the...
On his midsummer trek through the desert, Josh ran out of water. Why is this particularly dangerous?
Identify the four components of a negative feedback loop and explain what would happen if secretion...
What regulatory processes would your body use if you were trapped by a blizzard in an unheated,...
In which direction would an MRI scanner move to produce sequential images of the body in the frontal...
If a bullet were to penetrate a lung, which three anterior thoracic body cavities would it enter,...
Which medical imaging technique is most dangerous to use repeatedly, and why?
Explain why ultrasound imaging is the technique of choice for studying fetal growth and development.
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Chapter 1 - An Introduction To The Human Body
Chapter 2 - The Chemical Level Of Organization
Chapter 3 - The Cellular Level Of Organization
Chapter 4 - The Tissue Level Of Organization
Chapter 5 - The Integumentary System
Chapter 6 - Bone Tissue And The Skeletal System
Chapter 7 - Axial Skeleton
Chapter 8 - The Appendicular Skeleton
Chapter 9 - Joints
Chapter 10 - Muscle Tissue
Chapter 11 - The Muscular System
Chapter 12 - The Nervous System And Nervous Tissue
Chapter 13 - Anatomy Of The Nervous System
Chapter 14 - The Somatic Nervous System
Chapter 15 - The Autonomic Nervous System
Chapter 16 - The Neurological Exam
Chapter 17 - The Endocrine System
Chapter 18 - The Cardiovascular System: Blood
Chapter 19 - The Cardiovascular System: The Heart
Chapter 20 - The Cardiovascular System: Blood Vessels And Circulation
Chapter 21 - The Lymphatic And Immune System
Chapter 22 - The Respiratory System
Chapter 23 - The Digestive System
Chapter 24 - Metabolism And Nutrition
Chapter 25 - The Urinary System
Chapter 26 - Fluid, Electrolyte, And Acid-base Balance
Chapter 27 - The Reproductive System
Chapter 28 - Development And Inheritance
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