Anatomy Review - Part One

There are many smart people, but few are truly amazing at anatomy (like you are). Amazing is, afterall, quite exceptional. What is amazing? Amaazing is someone who totally passed this quiz and is ready to go take their Anatomy exam!

Are YOU going to pass Anatomy? Do you have the brainpower to qualify for that prestigious grade? Until now you could only wonder, but thanks to this great quiz, in just a few minutes, YOU WILL KNOW!

Created by: Susan

  1. Anatomy is...
  2. Physiology is...
  3. The function of a body part depends on it's structure
  4. Water, Food, Oxygen, Heat, Pressure...
  5. Maintenance of a stable internal environment is...
  6. As an organism moves, factors in the internal environment change, but the external environment must stay the same - this is called
  7. Blood Pressure and Body Temperature are...
  8. Homeostasis is maintained by a self-regulating control mechanism that receives signals (feedback) about changes away from the setpoint and causes reactions that return conditions to normal
  9. ______ feedback changes away from the normal state
  10. _______ feedback -> One's body temperature is changing from 100 back to 98.6
  11. The Tissue Level is the first level in the the levels of organization
  12. The smallest amount of a chemical element that retains the characteristics of that element is...
  13. Atoms combined chemically are...
  14. Atoms and molecules associate in a specific way to form
  15. The Levels of Organization in order (sm. to lg.) are....
  16. A group of closely associated cells specialized to perform a particular function or group of funcitons is...
  17. The Nucleus is...
  18. The Four Main Types of Tissues Are...
  19. A group of different tissues that have a special function is...
  20. The Brain is an example of...
  21. A coordinated group of tissues and organs is...
  22. The Cardiovascular System is part of which Level of Organization?
  23. An Organism is defined as...
  24. The Axial consists of...
  25. The Appendicular Portion consists of...
  26. Viscera are...
  27. The Two Major Cavities in the Axial Portion are the...
  28. The Main Cavities in the Dorsal Cavity are...
  29. The Main Cavities in the Ventral Cavity are...
  30. Skin, Skeletal muscles, and Bones compose the _________ of the thoracic and abdominopelvic cavities
  31. What separates the thoracic cavity into two components, containing the right and left lungs?
  32. Which cavity within the Thoracic Cavity contains the heart and the major blood vessels around it?
  33. Which cavity contains only a lung?
  34. These organs exist in this cavity...stomach, liver, urinary bladder, appendix
  35. The Teeth and the Tongue belong to which cavity?
  36. The stomach, liver, spleen, gall bladder, kidneys, and the pancreas belong to which cavity?
  37. The _____ cavity includes the eyes, muscles surrounding the eyes, and the nerves surrounding the eyes
  38. Pleura means...
  39. The _______ ______ covers the lungs
  40. The _____ _____ is the potential space between the parietal and visceral pleura; the membranes secrete fluid

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