Sections/Planes/Anatomic Direction
Sub disciplines of Anatomy
Chemistry
Chapter 3
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Vertical plane dividing the body into anterior and posterior
What is a coronal plane?
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A subdiscipline of anatomy that compares 2 different species
What is comparative anatomy?
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A nonpolar molecule that does not dissolve in water-- water hating
What is hydrophobic substance?
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What is activation energy?
What is the minimum amount of energy required to start the reaction
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Explain the difference between anatomy and physiology
What is anatomy is the structure and function while physiology is the science of how those areas work
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Horizontal plane dividing the body into superior and inferior
What is transverse plane?
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A sub discipline of anatomy that specifically looks at a certain region
What is regional anatomy?
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Groups of atoms with positive or negative charge
What is an ion
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What is kinetic energy versus potential energy?
What is kinetic energy is the energy of motion while potential energy is the energy of position
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What is a covalent bond and how is it formed?
What is by sharing of electrons
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Divides a structure into left and right portions at ANY number of sites
What is sagittal plane?
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Type of anatomy when systems within the body that work together
What is systemic anatomy?
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Identify the components of a nucleotide
What is pentose sugar, phosphate group, and nitrogenous base?
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Energy cannot be created or destroyed, it can only be converted from one form to another
What is first law of thermodynamics
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Where is glucose stored?
What is liver and skeletal muscle
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Passes through a structure at an angle
What is an oblique plane?
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Type of anatomy that specifically looks at the surface of that organ
What is surface anatomy?
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Obtained through primary folding with the help of specialized proteins called chaperones
What is 3-D conformation
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Reactants with more energy within their chemical bonds than products & energy is released with a decrease in potential energy
What is exergonic reactions
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Identify the body's levels of organization from simplest to most complex
What is atoms, molecules, organelles, cell, tissues, organs, organ systems, human
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Closer to point of attachment to trunk
What is proximal?
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What sub discipline looks at how the anatomy changes from conception all the way to birth
What is embryology?
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What are the six major elements found in the body?
What is oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, calcium, phosphorus
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What molecule is formed from exergonic reactions and used as the energy currency for endergonic reactions and other energy-required processed in the cell?
What is ATP?
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What kind of reaction happens when a glucose molecule is synthesized into a glycogen molecule?
What is a synthesis reaction
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