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anatomy and physiology
has anyone ever taken anatomy and physiology...if so please explain to me what i am getting myself into! i am not sure what exactly this course is about~
May 15, 2008 by leann

anatomy/physiology I
Why is proper microscope technique important for studying Anatomy and Physiology?
October 8, 2012 by beth

Anatomy & Physiology II
anatomy and physiology II Research Assignment
November 2, 2009 by Dionne

Research Project: Anatomy & Physiology 1
What would be some of the medical disorders Research Project: Anatomy & Physiology 1?
February 6, 2014 by Diana

anatomyan dphysiology
explain how the physiology of the bone is related to its anatomy.Explain how the physiology of the hand is related to its anatomy. http://www.btinternet.com/~diptone/arp/Anatlo1.html well all i can tell is go on gogle i am not too sure but tryto find explain how the physiology...
October 15, 2006 by ashley

Science(pre-med)
In pre-med we are making powerpoints about the anatomy and physiology of the cardiovasculary syemstem and the respiratory system!! So far I finished the cardiovasculary syestem and i am wondering is the Anatomy of a organ the structures that it is composed of, and also is the ...
November 14, 2010 by Louisea

Anatomy and Physiology
Lab Anatomy & Physiology 1 Anyone help me?
March 6, 2014 by Diana

Research Project: Anatomy & Physiology 1
I need help with Research Project: Anatomy & Physiology 1
February 5, 2014 by Diana

anatomy and physiology
what are the dimensions of a microvillius?
May 28, 2014 by marion

anatomy and physiology
What is the function/purpose of Omentum?
October 16, 2008 by terry

Anatomy and Physiology
What is the primary function of Lymphocyte
October 27, 2008 by Anonymous

Anatomy & Physiology
What is the first layer of the skin calleed?
November 14, 2009 by Jasmine

anatomy and physiology
What cellular process involves mitosis?
November 5, 2010 by Stacie

anatomy and physiology
what cellular process involves mitosis?
November 10, 2010 by Lisa

anatomy and physiology
the human foot and the human hand are simila, but have anatomic differences. describe a difference and explain how it is related to the physiology of the hand and foot. http://sportsmedicine.about.com/cs/foot_facts/a/foot1.htm http://www.google.com/search?q=allintitle:+hand++...
October 15, 2006 by ashley

A&P
Why is chemistry such an important part of the study of Anatomy and Physiology?
August 28, 2008 by jamie

Anatomy and Physiology
What is the difference between conduction and transmission of an impulse?
November 18, 2008 by Goof

Anatomy and Physiology I
the blood-brain barrier is effective against, what
November 21, 2009 by Audrea

anatomy and physiology
Which of the following processes is achieved through osmosis?
November 5, 2010 by Stacie

anatomy and physiology
Which one of the following is an example of epithelial tissue?
November 5, 2010 by Lisa

anatomy and physiology
I need to know what are the skeletal muscles their functions and their locations
September 29, 2011 by erianne

Anatomy and Physiology
What is the structure of muscle that is a connective tissue surrounding a fascicle?
November 6, 2008 by Tara

anatomy and physiology 1
describle two vision disorders that cause abnormal eyeballshape.
July 15, 2011 by erica

Biology
Why is proper microscope technique important for studying Anatomy and Physiology?
January 27, 2012 by Jerome

Anatomy and Physiology
Name two types of fluid in the body and the structures they protect.
September 11, 2007 by Anita Hall

anatomy and physiology
who is most likely to lead to the birth of a child who has a lethal gene
December 15, 2009 by Anonymous

General anatomy physiology
what is a cerebral lobe not visiblein an ordinary external inspection
April 5, 2010 by Maurice

Anatomy & Physiology
Which joint is capable of circumduction? A. Shoulder B. Jaw C. Knee D. Elbow
February 4, 2014 by Diana

Anatomy and Physiology
What are the parallel bundles of collagenic fibers that provide strength found in tendons?
October 13, 2008 by Anonymous

anatomy/physiology.
which term means blood in the chest? a. hemothorax b. aerothorax c. pneumothorax d. gastrothorax
August 5, 2009 by Cheryl

Anatomy and Physiology
If one solution is 1000 x as acidic as another, how many pH units would there be between the two?
July 26, 2012 by Molly

Research Project: Anatomy & Physiology 1
What would be diagnostic finding imaging and histology for ALS?
February 6, 2014 by Diana

anatomy and physiology
what is the minimum number of dna bases for a gene that begins as a polypeptide of 86 amino acids?
September 21, 2007 by Alisha

Anatomy and Physiology
tetanus bacteria fester in deep, dark wounds, but how do they travel in neural tissue
April 23, 2010 by Anonymous

Anatomy and Physiology
tetanus bacteria fester in deep, dark wounds, but how do they travel in neural tissue
April 23, 2010 by Anonymous

anatomy & physiology
What would happen if our themoregulation used a postive feedback to maintain homeostasis
January 6, 2012 by Lynn

Anatomy & Physiology
Provide a detailed description of mechanism involved in the formation and maintenance of the resting potential.
July 15, 2012 by Jalesa

anatomy and physiology
what are the lifestyle factors that af fect muscle growth, development, size and or healing of tissue
July 24, 2013 by adrienne

Anatomy & Physiology
In which phase of the cell cycle are the chromosomes split? A. Anaphase B. Telophase C. Prophase D. Metaphase It is D?
January 26, 2014 by Diana K

Health Anatomy
Male Anatomy: What is Sterility in a Male Anatomy? and also Seminal vesicle? Female Anatomy: What are the Fallopian Tubes and Endometrium? Definitions please...
May 27, 2010 by Amy~

Anatomy And Physiology
Chromosomes can be seen only during: A. active transport B. cell division c. meiosis D. neutralization
February 21, 2009 by Bailey

anatomy and physiology
compare and contrast the two feedback mechanisms our bodies use to maintain homeostasis
May 2, 2012 by Anonymous

Anatomy & Physiology
A patient has fractured the left trochanter. Where is this structure located? A. Coxal B. Femur C. Rib D. Tibia Is B?
January 26, 2014 by Diana K

anatomy and physiology
what lifestyle factors of the muscle affect the growth, development, size and/or healing (positively or negatively) of the tissue?
April 16, 2012 by James

Anatomy & Physiology
When you do a push-up from the floor, what kind of movement describes the motion of your elbow? A. Flexion B. Abduction C. Rotation D. Extension
January 21, 2014 by Diana K

Anatomy & Physiology
Nicotinic receptors are found on the pre-ganglionic fibers of both parasympathetic & sympathetic divisions? True or False?
December 11, 2009 by Jeanine

KEYBOARDING AND WORD PROCESSING
Which of the following is correctly capatalized? (a Sincerely Yours (b Anatomy And Physiology (c Dear Mr. Welby (d Ladies and gentlemen
March 6, 2010 by ANNE

Anatomy and Physiology
In which step of cell division does the nucleus disappear and spindle fibers are formed? A. Metaphase B. Prophase C. Anaphase D. Telophase
February 4, 2014 by Diana

Anatomy and Physiology
I'm looking for a type of tissue. It's one word. 19 letters long. _E_I_U_OE_ _O_ _E_IA_. Need to fill in the blanks. Anyone know?
October 20, 2006 by John

Anatomy & Physiology
In the fetus, the organ that is important for the normal development of the immune system is the? liver? spleen? thymus gland? lymph node?
November 3, 2009 by Nancy

anatomy and physiology
select the correct sequence of nerves and nervous structure that would allow you to feel someone tickling the back of your leg?
August 18, 2011 by Anonymous

Anatomy and Physiology
A medical procedure performed to keep the ends of a broken bone together is called A. remodeling. B. casting. C. reduction. D. traction.
February 4, 2014 by Diana

anatomy & physiology
how does the structure of the organ of corti allow for detection of high & low pitches? why is it possible to lose ability to hear a specific pitch?
January 23, 2009 by Lesa

Anatomy & Physiology
A problem with the _____ plexus may cause pain in the posterior part of the thigh. A) Sacral B) Lumbar C) Cervical D) Brachial I'm thinking A but not quite sure
September 1, 2010 by Nikki

anatomy and physiology
why do slow fibers fatique more slowly than fast fibers.
October 31, 2010 by rally

anatomy and physiology
When you swallow a peanut, the peanut first comes in contact with the?
November 5, 2010 by Stacie

anatomy and physiology
When you swallow a peanut, the peanut first comes in contact with the?
November 10, 2010 by Lisa

Anatomy & Physiology
what would happen if there were no negative feedback control on growth hormone and thyroid hormone?
November 1, 2012 by Liz

anatomy and physiology
during a cesarean section a transverse incision is made through the abdominal wall. Name the muscles incised and state teir functions
April 20, 2007 by Nancy

Anatomy and Physiology
Please check my answer thank you An approach to skin cancer treatment would involve surgery, either alone or combined with what ? I think chemotherapy
March 21, 2008 by Kaleigh-Anne

Anatomy& Physiology
When discuusing the role of lipids in the human body,it can be said that. Lipids are stored in the liver. Is this correct?
August 10, 2008 by debbie

Anatomy & Physiology
Need some help on the anatomical position. The heart is ____ to the stomach. The fingers are ____ to the wrist.
September 28, 2011 by renee

Anatomy-bobpursley
How do the gas laws (Daltons, Boyles and Henrys)apply to the respiratory processes? Anatomy & Physiology - bobpursley, Wednesday, March 21, 2007 at 11:51am I will be happy to critique your thinking on this. Anatomy & Physiology - Aletha, Wednesday, March 21, 2007 at 12:00pm I ...
March 21, 2007 by Aletha

anatomy&physiology
How will increase/decrease the volume of blood flowing thrhoug kidneys effect the volume of filtration that forms?
April 21, 2011 by rally

Anatomy.Physiology
Where are keratinized cells found in the body? a. Sweat and sebaceous glands b. hair and nails (my guess) c. capillaries and nerve fibers d. the subcutaneous layer of the skin
August 5, 2009 by Cheryl

Anatomy & Physiology
Trace the impulse, listing the steps in as much detail as possible, from which your brain sends the message to the appropriate muscles to lift a glass of water to drink.
August 15, 2010 by Anonymous

Anatomy and Physiology
Please check my answer thanks True or False An example of an organic molecule is table salt I said False
March 21, 2008 by Kaleigh-Anne

Anatomy & Physiology II
The left side of the heart pumps the same volume of blood as the right. True or False I believe it is False
March 2, 2010 by Ana

anatomy and physiology II
air moves into the lungs bacause? Pressure difference between the lungs and the atmosphere. THe diaphram movement causes this.
July 13, 2007 by alice

Anatomy and Physiology
What process describes how a signal travels from one end of a neuron to the other end? A. Membrane excitability B. Neurotransmitter release
February 21, 2009 by Bailey

anatomy and physiology
A dog bites a large chunck of flesh from a man's leg. The large, open wound will likely heal bt the process of what?
November 5, 2010 by Stacie

Anatomy & Physiology
For my class, I need a to make a human bone such as a femur or any other bones in the human body. Any suggestions on a website?
March 17, 2014 by Gabby

Anatomy and physiology
Which of the following is not a phase of hemostasis? Vascular spasm Fibrinolysis Platelet plug formation Coagulation This site should give you that information. (Broken Link Removed)
June 17, 2007 by Krupa patel

anatomy and physiology
In order to discuss the details of the metabolism of a cell, which level of structural organization would it be most helpful to understand? A. chemical B. tissue C. system D. organ E. organism
September 5, 2007 by john

college Anatomy & Physiology
The transition of the lips where the outer skinner and inner mucous membrane meet is called the _________ I looked it up and from what I read I believe it is the gingivae. Would that be correct. Thank you
February 4, 2009 by Ali

anatomy and physiology
the wide band of fibers that sep[arates the two hemispheres of the cerebrum is called the? 1 choroid plexus,2 central fissure ,3 cerebral aqueduct or 4 corpus callosum
December 27, 2011 by sue

anatomy and physiology II
why does air move into the lungs? Bob Pursley answered this question for you earlier. See you previous post of the same question
July 13, 2007 by alice

Anatomy and Physiology
Please check my answer thanks True or False Keratinized cells are found in the body by the subcutaneous layer of the skin I said True
March 21, 2008 by Kaleigh-Anne

Anatomy/Physiology
I would like some ideas on two organ systems and how the two together keep the human body functioning as a unit
October 17, 2009 by tamara jones

Anatomy & Physiology
A characteristic of smooth muscle, not seen in skeletal or cardiac muscle, is? A. intercalated disks B. peristalsis C. sarcosomes D. longer, cylindrical myofibrils
May 15, 2013 by Linda

Anatomy & Physiology
A person is having problems chewing. Which cranial nerve is most likely affected in this person? A. Accessory B. Trochlear C. Trigeminal D. Abducens
January 27, 2014 by Diana K

anatomy and physiology 1
during an emergency room examination for an injured arm, the physician palpates the arms entire lenght starting at he shoulder and ending at the fingers of the hand , this process takes him from an
September 30, 2011 by sue

Anatomy & Physiology
You eat a cracker that's entirely made of carbohydrates. Describe in sequential order how your body digests the cracker. begin at the mouth and end at the liver
August 10, 2008 by debbie

Anatomy and Physiology
Which of these two options demonstrate irritability and conductivity and thus transmit electrical messages from one area of the body to another area? 1. neurons 2. neuroglia
December 1, 2008 by Rachel

Anatomy & Physiology
The nonliving matrix of the connective tissue through which the blood cells freely flow is? A. plasma B. extracellular fluid C. intracellular fluid D. submucosa
May 15, 2013 by Linda

Anatomy & Physiology
The nonliving matrix of the connective tissue through which the blood cells freely flow is the? A. plasma B. extracellular fluid C. intracellular fluid d. submucosa
May 15, 2013 by Linda

Anatomy and Physiology
A patient is diagnosed with anemia. Which manifestation would this patient demonstrate? A. Palpitations B. Yellow skin color C. Fatigue D. Leg cramps My answer is A
March 7, 2014 by Diana

Anatomy and Physiology
Mr. Jones, angry at Dr. Bob, throws a punch at him but misses. Dr. Bob sue for battery. Why will Dr. Bob lose?
January 20, 2011 by stacie

Anatomy and Physiology
A eukaryotic cell in a human body has just reproduced assexually. Which of the following has mostl likely just occurred? A. Metastasis B. Fertilization C. Mitosis D. Meiosis
February 3, 2014 by Diana

Anatomy and Physiology
IS this right thank you! Ovaries and testes are considered components of which system? I got C reproductive system endocrine system both A and B none of the above
January 12, 2011 by Mike

Animal Anatomy & Physiology 1
Which of the following would involve primarily skeletal muscle activity? A. scratching the ear with hind limb B. movement of food down the intestines C. heart pumping blood D. urination
May 16, 2013 by Linda

anatomy and Physiology
Imagine you have a friend with severe injuries who is hungry. Describe the lunch you would prepare for this person. The menu should include the vitamins necessary for tissue repair and help in pain relief.
February 18, 2014 by Gabby

Anatomy and Physiology
Please check my answer thanks True or False The process of breaking a complex substance down into smaller components is called metabolism I said true
March 21, 2008 by Kaleigh-Anne

Anatomy & Physiology
A eukaryotic cell in a human body has just reproduced assexually. Which of the following has mostl likely just occurred? A. Metastasis B. Fertilization C. Mitosis D. Meiosis MY ANSWER IS B
January 23, 2014 by Diana K

Please help! Exam Monday! Anatomy & Physiology
A characteristic of smooth muscle, not seen in skeletal or cardiac muscle, is? A. intercalated disks B. peristalsis C. sarcosomes D. longer, cylindrical myofibrils
May 16, 2013 by Linda

Anatomy and Physiology
calculate the percent KBr in a solution containing 0.88 grams KBr per 800 mL solution.
March 7, 2011 by paul durlin

Anatomy and Physiology
PLease check my answer thanks The burn that involves destruction of the epidermis,dermis and subcutaneous layers. My answer A thrid degree burn
March 21, 2008 by Kaleigh-Anne

anatomy & physiology
the portion of the nervous system that controls involuntary activities is a subdivision of the _______ nervous system? a) sympathetic b) central c)peripheral d) parasympathetic
September 5, 2011 by AB

Anatomy & Physiology
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING DIGESTIVE FUNCTIONS CAN OCCUR IN THE MOUTH? A. Enzymatic action on protein B. Absorption of water C. Enzymatic action on carbohydrates D. Secretion of bile
August 10, 2008 by debbie

anatomy and physiology
A 67-year-old man is diagnosed with cancer and subsequently undergoes chemotherapy. As an expected side effect of chemotherapy, his bone marrow stops functioning. What is a potential consequence of this loss of function?
December 3, 2010 by stacy

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