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What is the difference between anatomy and physiology?

Anatomy is the structure and physiology is the function

100

What is the smallest level of organization?

Atoms

100

What is it called when a person stands with their arms at their sides and their palms are facing forward?

Anatomical position

100

What muscle separates the thoracic cavity from the abdominopelvic cavity?

Diaphragm

100

What directional term means towards to front?

Anterior or ventral

200

What is the anatomical study that views the changes in the body from conception to death?

Developmental anatomy

200

What is the smallest living level of organization?

Cells

200

Is you shoulder medial or lateral to your neck?

Lateral

200

What are three things in the integumentary system?

Hair, nails, skin, sweat glands

200

What directional term means towards the back?

Dorsal or posterior

300

What is the anatomical term for your knee?

Patellar

300

What is the state of balance in your body called?

Homeostasis

300

Is your finger proximal or distal to your elbow?

Distal

300

Which organ system takes in oxygen and removes carbon dioxide?

Respiratory

300

What is the study of organ system functions?

Systemic physiology

400

What is the study of cells and their internal structures?

Cytology

400

Cells together make up what level of organization?

Tissues

400

Is your knee superior or inferior to your foot?

Superior

400

What organ system forms blood cells?

Skeletal

400

The right pleural cavity contains what organ?

Right lung

500

What type of anatomy deals with disease?

Pathological Anatomy

500

What body quadrant does the left hypochondriac region lie?

Left upper quadrant

500

Which plane goes through the midline of the body dividing it into left and right parts?

Midsaggital

500

What organ system transports wastes, gases, and nutrients?

Cardiovascular

500

What is the difference between a positive and negative feedback loop?

Negative has the reverse effect of the stimulus and positive increases the stimulus

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