Laboratory Manual For Human Anatomy & Physiology - 4th Edition - by Martin,  Terry R., Prentice-craver,  Cynthia - ISBN 9781260159363
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Laboratory Manual For Human Anatomy & P...
4th Edition
Martin, Terry R., Prentice-craver, Cynthia
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Publishing Co.
ISBN: 9781260159363

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Explanation/justification for the correct answer : Option (a) Skeletal. Skeletal muscle cells are...Explanation/justification for the correct answer : Option (c) Movement.The skeletal system provides...Explanation/justification for the correct answer : Option (c) Muscle. Muscle tissues are...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (a) Rib. A rib refers to a curved bone...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (a) mandible. The cranial system consists...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (d) atlas. The vertebral column extends...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (a) pectoral gridle. Scapula is also known...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (d) pubic symphysis. The 2 hip bones are...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (b) cephalic is an embryo head. Caudal is...Explanation/justification for the correct answer : Option (b) dense fibrous connective tissue. The...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (c) is epimysium. It is the outermost layer...A motor unit is composed of a motor neuron and the skeletal muscle fibers. Both of these are...Explanation/justification for the correct answer : Option (a) mandible. The mastication muscles...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (c) humerus. Chest and shoulder muscles...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (a) Pelvis. The muscles that move the thigh...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (c). Palpation. Palpation is a type of...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (a) nucleus. A neuron consists of a cell...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (d) dura mater. Dura mater is the outermost...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (d). Effector. A motor neuron cell body is...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (a) motor functions on the opposite side of...The reflex arc controls the impulse before reaching it to the brain. There is a certain stimulus...Alpha state is active when the brain is in its resting phase. The alpha waves have frequency between...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (c) is horizontal. The spinal cord in sheep...Explanation/justification for the correct answer : Option (b) vision. The perception of vision is a...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (b). On the tongue, oral cavity, and...Explanation/justification for the correct answer : Option (a) outer. The cornea and the sclera...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (a) decreases. When the eye needs to focus...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (d) is temporal lobe. The temporal lobe...Explanation/justification for the correct answer : Option (c) is inner ear. The inner ear contains...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (b). True hormones. Hormones are chemical...Explanation for the correct answer: Option (b) beta.The beta cells of the pancreatic islet are...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (c) platelets. Platelets have no cell...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (b) Hematocrit. The hematocrit is the...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (a) on the red blood cell membranes. The...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (b) apex. The heart is enclosed by the...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (a) SA node. The natural pacemaker of the...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (c) smooth muscle. The smooth muscle lacks...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (d) left ventricle. The left ventricle...Explanation/justification for the correct answer : Option (b) collecting ducts. A lymphatic duct is...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (c) 3;2. Each lung are divided into 2 lobes...Explanation for the correct answer: Option (d)external oblique. The external oblique aids expiration...A normal adult has the vital capacity of 3-5L. Height of the individual plays a major role in...Explanation/justification for the correct answer : Option (d) Pineal gland.Pineal gland is a small...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (c) small intestine. The complete digestion...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (c) starch into disaccharides is the...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (a) catabolism. Catabolism is the breakdown...Explanation/justification for the correct answer : Option (b) is 95, 5. Urine is composed of 95%...Explanation/justification for the correct answer : Option (a) is seminiferous tubules. Seminiferous...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (a) follicle. A follicle is a small sac...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (d) The ovum and sperm unite and form a...The homozygous term is used when the individual has the same or exact identical copies of alleles...The major salivary glands (parotid, submandibular, and sublingual) are located around the maxilla in...Uterus: It is an organ located in the lower body of a female mammal or woman. In this region, the...Muscle is a bundle or band of fibrous tissue present in a human or animal body. It can contract and...

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