Building parts of the human body
Hair Theory
The integumentary system
The muscular system
The skeletal system
The cardiovascular system
The lymphatic system
The nervous system
BONUS
100

What is cytoplasm?

(sai·tuh·pla·zm)

Production department of the cell, where most of the cell activities take place.

100

What is the hair shaft? (hair strand)

The portion of the hair that extends above the skins surface.

100

What is integumentary?

(in·teg·u·men·ta·ry)

System includes skin,hair,nails & glands.

100

What is voluntary muscles?

Creates movements based on intentional desire like raising your hand.

100

What is the articulate system?

The connection made between the bones in the body which link the skeletal system.

100

What doe arteries do?

Expand and contract with the pressure of the blood, helping pump the flow coming from the heart.

100

What is lymphatic vessels?

Thin tube shaped like blood vessels that carry lymph fluid and white blood cells.

100

What does a nerve cell have?

A nucleus, cytoplasm and membrane.

100

What are bones composed of?

2/3 mineral matter one third organic matter.

200

What is centrioles?

(sen·tree·owlz)

The cell cycle, cell structures found in pains near the nucleus.

200

What is eyelash hair?

Cilia
200

What are epidermal ridges?

Keratinocytes of the clear, transparent layer. Genetically determined ridges on your fingertips knowns are fingerprints.

200

What is the belly?

Term applied to the midsection of the muscle.

200

What is a joint?

Is the point at two or more bones are joined together.

200

What is General circulation? 

The process of blood traveling from the heart, throughout the body and back tot the heart.

200

What does the spleen do?

Removes old red blood cells.

200

What is the nervous system?

Coordinates and controls the operation of the human body.
200

How many chromosomes are in DNA?

46

300

What is Anabolism?

(uh·na·buh·li·zm)

Process of building up larger molecules from smaller ones.

300

Where does hair never grow?

Palms, soles, feet, lips & eyelids.

300

What is eccrine?

(eh·kruhn)

Sweat glands located throughout the entire body most abundant on forehead, the palms of hands and feet.

300

What are the two muscles that form the epicranius?

The Occipitalis and the Frontalis.

300

What is cervical vertebrae?

7 bones that form the top part of the spinal column.

300

What are capillaries?

Tiny, thin walled vessels that connect the smaller arteries to venules. 

300

What do tonsils do?

Filter bacteria and viruses.

300

What does the digestive system do?

Breaks down food into chemical compounds that can be easily be absorbed by cells.

300

What is huxley’s layer?

Second layer of inner root sheath of hair.

400

What is endocrine system?

(en·duh·kruhn)

Controls release of hormones that directly affect hair growth, skin conditions and energy.

400

What is anagen? How long does this phase last?

Active or growing state & last 2-6 years.

400

What are pores?

Tiny openings or “passageways” that allow sweat and sebum through the surface of the skin.

400

What is Quadratus labii superioris?

(kwaa·dra·tuhs) 

Raises both the nostrils and the upper. Lip, as in expressing distaste.

400

What is zygomatic?

(zai·guh·ma·tuhk)

2 bones that form upper check.

400

Whar is radical artery?

Supplies blood to thumb side of the arm and hand.

400

How many lymph nodes in the body?

600

400

What is the 11th nerve?

Motor- movement of the trapezius to turn the head and shrug.

400

What is an onyx?

Nails

500

What are organs?

Separate body structures made up of tissues. They perform specific functions as part of a system.
500

What is eumelanin?

(e-mel-uh-nin)

Brown/black in color.

500

What are melanocytes?

Produce pigment granules (melanin) that gives color to the skin.

500

What is Pectoralis?

(pek·tr·a·luhs)

Extends across the front of the chest, assist in swinging the arms.

500

What is Talus?

Ankle bone.

500

What is the main vein of the face?

Facial vein.

500

What is lymph fluid?

A colorless liquid, rich with white blood cells.

500

What is chief nerve of the face?

The fifth cranial nerve is the trigeminal nerve.

500

What does sweat contain?

Salt, water, lactic acid and uric acid.

600

What is physiology?

The study of normal organ function and body systems.

600

What is hirsutism?

(hur·suh·ti·zm)

Excessive amounts of terminal hair found in women in areas if the body where men normally grow hair.

600

What is the 4th layer of the epidermis?

Stratum spinosum “spiny layer”

600

What is extensor digitorum?

Extends the finger - muscles that extends from the elbow to the carpls on the back of the forearm.

600

What is scapula?

Large flate bone extending upward up the middle of the back.

600

What are Leukocytes?

(loo·kow·sites)

White blood cells.

600

What does the lymph absorb?

A type of fat.

600

What are mixed nerves? 

Sensory- motor nerves are composed of the both sensory and motor nerves and transmit message in both directions at once.

600
5 epidermis layers IN ORDER

-Stratum Corneum

-Stratum Lucidum

-Stratum Granulosum

-Stratum Spinosum 

-Stratum Basale 

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