Lateral - sides of the body i. Space below the abdomen 3 d. Anatomical position is the body standing, arms at each side, with palms facing forward and the feet side by side c. Provides the framework for the body 3. Above the waistline 2. Includes the mouth, esophagus, stomach, and the small and large intestines 2.
Space within the spinal column backbone containing the spinal cord 3. Space within the skull containing the brain 3. Anatomical divisions of the abdomen used to describe the regions in which organs and structures are found b. Thoracic or chest cavity 1.
Dissection is used to study the structure of the human body b. Divides the body into upper and lower halves VII. Provide further division of the body, to identify a specific location or area b.
Organization of the Body. Means cutting apart dissection 2. Pertains to one side m. Consist of the spinal column connecting to the cranial cavity 2. Works with the cardiovascular system 2. Physiology - Studies the normal activity and functions of the body II.
Allows the body to act and respond k. Used to pinpoint or specifically locate an area on the body. Includes the uterus, ovaries, testes, and prostate 2. Digests and absorbs food and excretes waste c. Cells are the basic unit of life. Superior and inferior 1. Musculoskeletal system muscular and skeletal may be separate 1.
Includes the trachea, lungs, and bronchi 2. Superior is above 3. The foot would be the distal portion of the leg k.
Cavities of the Body a. Expels carbon dioxide i. Sensory or special senses system 1. Study of the body and the relationships of its parts to each other. Manufactures and excretes urine 2.
Refers to the back of the body e.Human Anatomy Key Points Unit 1/ Study Guide I. Anatomy and Physiology a. Anatomy 1. Means cutting apart (dissection) 2. Study of the body and the relationships of its parts to each other.
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Human Anatomy. Chapters 1 and 2: Introduction to Anatomy and Cells. this concept useful and important? What are the planes of the body? Describe the terms of position and direction. (Lab Unit 1) Name & describe the various body cavities & identify the major organs in each. (Fig, 14) Study Guide # 1.
Human Anatomy Key Points Unit 1/ Study Guide I. Anatomy and Physiology a. Anatomy 1. Means “cutting apart” (dissection) 2. Study of the body and the relationships of its parts to each other. 3.
Dissection is used to study the structure of the human body b.
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