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  1. anatomy

    In the body, lever systems involve the interaction of __1__, which provide the force, and __2__, which provide the lever arms. The force is exerted where __3__. The site at which movement occurs in each case is the intervening __4__, which acts as a

    asked by Katie on November 22, 2011
  2. anatomy

    if you wanted to flex your arm, and both your biceps and triceps contracted simultaneously, what would happen? and where is most of the muscle weight found in humans?

    asked by sara on October 28, 2007
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    where are the shoulders relative to these parts? 1. throat (inferior) 2. hip (superior) 3. ears (inferior) 4. hands (superior) 5. eyes (inferior) will someone please take a look at my answers and tell my if i am right

    asked by Jessica on August 19, 2011
  4. Anatomy

    For Muscles to work, they need a stimulus from a ____________ nerve and a source of energy that is ___________, is also known as __________.

    asked by Matt on May 19, 2011
  5. Anatomy

    what is the white matter tracts in the ventral portion of the midbrain?

    asked by Angelica on October 10, 2011
  6. Anatomy

    Jenny is comfortable learning visually. What is the best way for her to study bone markings for her lab quiz? All the above learning modalities can be implemented Listening actively to lectures on the bone markings Feeling the markings on bone models

    asked by Kaylie on August 28, 2019
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    I am so confused about this question but What is the principal function of the subcutaneous layer of the skin? The subcutaneous fat layer, or hypodermis, bridges between the overlying dermis and the underlying body constituents. In most areas of the body

    asked by blondie on May 19, 2007
  8. Anatomy

    The average heart beats about 100,000 times a day. I said true is that right?

    asked by FireQuick on November 4, 2016
  9. Anatomy

    Which of the following choices gives the correct cell structure from outermost to innermost layer? A. Cytoplasm, nucleus, nucleolus, cell membrane B. Nucleolus, nucleus, cytoplasm, cell membrane C. Cell membrane, cytoplasm, nucleus, nucleolus D. Cell

    asked by Anonymous on November 4, 2017
  10. Anatomy

    A karate instructor uses his hand to chop a plank of hard wood, and then uses his closed fist to punch a soft practice bag. Which statement is true of the graded potentials of each action? A. Neither action contains a great enough stimulus to cause

    asked by Anonymous on November 4, 2017
  11. anatomy

    is the liver inferior or lateral to the lungs

    asked by muffy on September 15, 2009
  12. Anatomy

    Rubbing the eye to remove a foreign particle may irritate the A. cornea. B. optic nerve. C. retina. D. sclera. A

    asked by Anonymous on November 5, 2017
  13. Anatomy

    The negative feedback system is based on a low level of hormone A. preventing the kidneys from excreting the hormone. B. causing another gland to secrete a similar hormone. C. causing the gland to decrease secretion of the hormone. D. causing the gland to

    asked by Anonymous on November 4, 2017
  14. Anatomy

    What do you think might be a potential danger of taking an antihistamine?

    asked by Bri on September 20, 2019
  15. Anatomy

    Which statement is correct regarding thick filament structure? All the myosin molecules are arranged with their tails pointing away from the M line. The free myosin head has three globular protein subunits. It consists of a core of titin, forming a strand

    asked by Amy on September 25, 2013
  16. anatomy

    do pigs walk on their metatarsals or metacarpals?

    asked by sara on October 24, 2007
  17. anatomy

    What differences can be seen between compact bone and spongy bone by the naked eye?

    asked by christian on October 13, 2009
  18. Anatomy

    A football kicker primarily uses which muscle movement to kick the ball? A. Abduction B. Adduction C. Extension D. Circumduction C?

    asked by Anonymous on October 29, 2017
  19. anatomy

    summary of "into thin air" case study by jennifer lundmark

    asked by ray on February 2, 2011
  20. Anatomy

    Select the paired muscle actions from the choices below. There may be more than one answer. Abduct - Adduct Dorsal - Ventral Ipsilateral - Contralateral Flexion - Extension Medial - Lateral Anterior - Posterior Is it all of them?

    asked by Anonymous on January 20, 2020
  21. anatomy

    what are the two major branches of the aortic arch in the thoracic cavity? brachiocephalic artery; Is it the left carotid artery or left subclavian artery?

    asked by Anonymous on April 29, 2019
  22. ANATOMY

    the three major vessels of the portal triad are the hepatic artery, hepatic portal vein and bile duct. What is the location of the triad relative to the liver lobules?

    asked by Katie on January 29, 2012
  23. Anatomy

    This might seem a little odd but it's for science olympiad anatomy and here it is. Can someone please explain in DETAILS; How urine forms What ate lymph nodes and my last tips on how to study for the competition. THANK YOU.

    asked by Fiyin on December 13, 2018
  24. Anatomy

    Please help me grade this questions; 1. What is the name of the biggest part of the human brain? My answer: The Cerebrum 2. The colored part of the human eye that controls how much light passes through the pupil is called the? My answer: Iris 3. What is

    asked by Fiyin on December 10, 2018
  25. Anatomy

    The simplest response to a stimulus is a? a.sympathetic b.voluntary movement c. reflex

    asked by Anonymous on November 4, 2017
  26. Anatomy

    Can someone help me answer these 4 questions I have? Skeletal muscle cell are long and do not branch. Why is this the best structure for this type of muscle? Why does having many long, branched dendrites and axons beneficial for nervous tissue? How does

    asked by John on January 22, 2009
  27. Anatomy

    Orthodontic braces can be painful, this is due in part to placing mechanical stress on the ____________ (joint type), causing ___________ of the alveolar sockets of the mandible/maxilla as the teeth are slowly repositioned.

    asked by Elaine on October 3, 2013
  28. Anatomy

    DESCRIBE HOW GRAVE DISEASE AFFECTS THE ANATOMICAL STRUCTURE OF THE BODY. HOW DOES IT AFFECT THE PHYSIOLOGICAL STRUCTURES OF THE BODY.

    asked by Heather Ritter on November 8, 2019
  29. anatomy

    What are the two major branches of the aortic arch in the thoracic cavity? Pulmonary trunk ? and ?

    asked by Anonymous on April 24, 2019
  30. Anatomy

    Which of the following is an example of a sympathetic nervous response? A voluntary movement of the upper limb B increasing salivation C increasing digestive enzyme secretion D increase in heart rate* E feeling the pain and temperature

    asked by Fiyin on December 4, 2018
  31. Anatomy

    What structure is the site of protein synthesis?

    asked by Amanda on September 11, 2007
  32. anatomy

    is quadriceps muscles in the leg an example of a smooth muscle? Answer: No. smooth muscles control breathing, blood pressure, and line the inside of our organs.

    asked by sue on January 8, 2019
  33. Anatomy

    which of the following was required before widespread organ donation could be successful? A) adenovirus-36 research B) embryonic stem cell research C) techniques to decellularize organs D) development of immunosupprecent drugs*** I think it is D because

    asked by Anonymous on May 26, 2018
  34. Anatomy

    What type of organism must use the cell's energy and parts to multiply? A. Protozoa B. Fungi C. Bacteria D. Virus

    asked by Anonymous on November 4, 2017
  35. Anatomy

    I have two question 1.In a dehydration synthesis reaction which of the following occurs a. hydrogen and oxygen are removed from the reactant b. water is added to the reactants c. water is broken down into hydrogen and oxygen d. both a and c I think it

    asked by Aubrey on September 12, 2011
  36. Anatomy

    Destribe the mechanisms that permit the movement of each of the following substances into the cell water gluteincose oxygen pro water glucose oxygen protein

    asked by Tina on April 11, 2007
  37. Anatomy

    Is this the correct direction of blood flow through blood vessels Right atrium, right ventricle, pulmonary artery, pulmonary veins, left atrium, left ventricle.If not please help.

    asked by Jin Kobeaux on May 27, 2008
  38. Anatomy

    I can't find the answer in the paper my teacher gave me, hopefully you guys know it allready >_

    asked by Anonymous on November 2, 2007
  39. ANATOMY

    What is the functional advantage of the cat having so many muscles performing the same or very similar action? How does this relate to the human musculature? Can someone help me? please

    asked by paul on April 22, 2013
  40. Anatomy

    In lamens terms what is the contralateral femoral region?

    asked by Curlyqty on June 13, 2011
  41. Anatomy

    The ______ ______ (two words), a syndesmosis, which provides a pivot point where two parallel-aligned bones, like the tibia and fibula, can move against each other.

    asked by Elaine on October 3, 2013
  42. anatomy

    the lungs are lateral to the heart?

    asked by betty on September 23, 2013
  43. Anatomy

    The respiratory system moves approximately how many quarts of air each day? A. 12,000 B. 2,000 C. 1,200 D. 800 A

    asked by Anonymous on January 14, 2018
  44. Anatomy

    A karate instructor uses his hand to chop a plank of hard wood, and then uses his closed fist to punch a soft practice bag. Which statement is true of the graded potentials of each action? A. Neither action contains a great enough stimulus to cause

    asked by Anonymous on November 5, 2017
  45. anatomy

    Tonsillitis, Hepatitis B, Reyes Syndrome, and chicken pox, Which one of these if left untreated can lead to heart disease and kidney failure Hepatitis B devistates the kidneys, and at the end, congestive heart failure is not uncommon.

    asked by blondie on May 19, 2007
  46. anatomy

    Hypospadias refers to the abnormal location of what? http://www.onelook.com/

    asked by blondie on May 19, 2007
  47. anatomy

    1. An example of a repetitive motion disorder is a. fibromyalgia. b. muscular dystrophy. c. multiple sclerosis. d. carpel tunnel syndrome.*** 2. The role of human placental lactogen (hPL) is related to a. lactation. b. producing estrogen.*** c. excreting

    asked by hannessy on June 1, 2018
  48. Anatomy

    I have a question In a dehydration synthsis reaction which of the following occurs a. hydrogen and oxygen are removed from the reactant b. water is added to the reactants c. water is broken down into hydrgen and oxygen d. both a and c I think it would

    asked by Aubrey on September 12, 2011
  49. Anatomy

    a) What is meant by the terms dermal (intramembranous) and endochondral with respect to bone? Give an example of each. b) With the aid of simple diagrams, describe the parts of a young (growing) bone, as typified by the femur. i am comfused with that

    asked by George2 on June 4, 2010
  50. Anatomy

    Can you safely assume you are not allergic to a poison sumac plant if you have come in contact with it and 12 hours later you still have not developed a rash? Why or why not. I do not think you should assume that you are resistant to poison sumac just

    asked by Dave on January 23, 2019
  51. anatomy

    For my anatomy 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?

    asked by Vicky on March 17, 2014
  52. Anatomy

    I'm posting this again today hoping someone can clarify this for me- I have two question 1.In a dehydration synthesis reaction which of the following occur- a. hydrogen and oxygen are removed from the reactant b. water is added to the reactants c. water is

    asked by Aubrey on September 13, 2011
  53. Anatomy

    Muscle tone reduces the length of the alimentary canal to __________.

    asked by Billy on June 13, 2011
  54. Anatomy

    A football kicker primarily uses which muscle movement to kick the ball? A. Abduction B. Adduction C. Extension D. Circumduction A

    asked by Anonymous on November 5, 2017
  55. Anatomy

    Why is feedback and homeostasis so important? How do they connecf? What would be the consequence if the homeostasis was not stable.

    asked by Pam on June 9, 2017
  56. Anatomy

    Graded potentials are: arise when ion movement causes a minor change in the resting membrane potential. usually propagate down the length of an axon. occur when voltage-gated channels open. are most often observed in axons. are usually associated with ion

    asked by Shannon on November 9, 2014
  57. Anatomy

    A ________ are designed to alleviate friction that may be caused by accessory structures, like a tendon, during movement of a synovial joint.

    asked by Elaine on October 3, 2013
  58. Anatomy

    A woman who recently came home from a tropical vacation now has abdominal pain and diarrhea. Her blood test results how an elevated eosinophil level. Which of the following organisms is most likely to cause her illness? A. Bacteria B. Worm C. Virus D.

    asked by Nikki on September 26, 2010
  59. anatomy

    Smooth muscles have a scant connective tissue what is it? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peritoneum

    asked by Kris on January 11, 2007
  60. anatomy

    ________ can reveal the race of an individual. a. hair b. eyes c. digestive organ d. clothing I think it is c or b

    asked by Gran on November 6, 2013
  61. Anatomy

    A number of antibiotics act by binding to certain essential enzymes in the target bacteria. How might these antibiotics influence the chemical reaction controlled by the enzyme? What might be the effect on the bacteria? On the person taking the antibiotic

    asked by Chantelle on April 26, 2011
  62. anatomy

    If a person has stopped breathing and is recieving pulmonary resuscitation would it be better to administer pure oxygen or a mixture of oxygen and carbondioxide?

    asked by rose on May 7, 2010
  63. Anatomy

    A football kicker primarily uses which muscle movement to kick the ball? A. Abduction B. Adduction C. Extension D. Circumduction

    asked by Anonymous on November 4, 2017
  64. anatomy

    What contains blood vessels that nourish the growth zone of the hair? -hair shaft -arrector pili muscle -hair root -hair bulb in follicle -cortex -hair papilla

    asked by Katie on September 19, 2011
  65. Anatomy

    A person needs to stop, rest, and take in enough oxygen to complete the catabolism of lactic acid and relieve the muscle?

    asked by Matt on May 19, 2011
  66. anatomy

    What is the kcalorie value of a meal supplying 110g of carbs, 25g of protein, 20g of fat, and 5g of alcohol? Please help show work

    asked by lizzy on April 21, 2009
  67. Anatomy

    explain the effects of smoking on oxygen-hemoglobin saturation. Include in your answer a definition of saturation, the mechanism by which smoking effects saturation, and the consequences to the body Please try researching you question here:

    asked by blondie on July 16, 2006
  68. anatomy

    How is the percentage of body surface area affected by burns determined? A. Depth of burn B. Type of burn C. Rule of nines D. Amount of hair singed B

    asked by Anonymous on October 29, 2017
  69. Anatomy

    What consequence would an over abundance of acetylcholine have both overall and at the molecular level of the muscle?

    asked by Aria on February 22, 2017
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    Can you die from belly button discharge? What happens? It would probably depend on what type of discharge, what is causing the discharge. Since this is not my area of expertise, I searched Google under the key words "belly button discharge" to get these

    asked by Coral on May 16, 2007
  71. Anatomy

    The role of the somatic sensory association area is A. understanding and interpreting touch information. B. feeling textures. C. locating objects. D. comparing planned movement to actual movement A

    asked by Anonymous on November 4, 2017
  72. Anatomy

    Which location point is a common location for sports injuries? A Femoral B, Patellar B

    asked by Anonymous on November 4, 2017
  73. Anatomy

    What does the term "homeostasis" mean? What is one of the mechanisms used by our bodies to maintain homeostasis?

    asked by Autumn on November 17, 2016
  74. Anatomy

    How does coronary artery disease affect the normal homeostasis of the cardiovascular system

    asked by Gabby on July 18, 2014
  75. anatomy

    I have 2 problems/questions I am unsure of the answers. The first one is "how would you demonstrate the Valsalve maneuver using the model lung?" and 2. If a woman is breathing rapidly and deeply after exercise, would TLC, RV, TV, IRV, and ERV stay the

    asked by Mary on March 12, 2012
  76. anatomy

    I have tried to search this and I can't find anything on this. Can you please help?? Name the structures that can be seen in the elastic cartilage?

    asked by matt on January 26, 2012
  77. Anatomy

    If you stand with your arms down at your sides and lift them up to shoulder height is that Adduction or Flexion?

    asked by Josh on September 9, 2010
  78. anatomy

    4. What provides the shortest-term mechanism for preventing acid-base imbalances in the body? The longest-term mechanism? Describe each in detail.

    asked by monica on May 10, 2010
  79. Anatomy

    1)Which two molecules/chemicals make up the backbone of the DNA molecule? 2)Which organelle makes most ATP? 3)AMP would have ________ phosphate(s) attached to it? 4)Which is the smallest carbohydrate 5)Which type of chemical bond involves a sharing of

    asked by Stephanie on October 15, 2008
  80. anatomy

    if you wanted to flex your arm, and both your biceps and triceps contracted simultaneously, what would happen? and where is most of the muscle weight found in humans?

    asked by sara on October 28, 2007
  81. Anatomy

    What is Oxytocin? Is this positive or negative feedback?

    asked by Autumn on November 17, 2016
  82. Anatomy

    I have a project where I need to explain to third graders so they understand the blood flow through the heart. It can be a skit, song story or game. Can you recommend some sites that can help

    asked by Gabby on October 6, 2014
  83. anatomy

    How does coronary artery disease affect normal homeostasis of the cardiovascular system

    asked by Gabby on July 16, 2014
  84. Anatomy

    Please help me with finding good sites to study anatomy. Thank you!

    asked by ~~~~Kessha~~~~~** on December 19, 2012
  85. Anatomy

    A 27 year old woman suffers a fracture of her tibia. The fracture is severe enough that she needs immobilization of the bone as well as the joints both proximal and distal to the bone. How should the cast be applied? A. Across the elbow B. From above the

    asked by Anonymous on December 10, 2012
  86. anatomy

    Compare and contrast the two feedback mechanisms our bodies use to maintain homeostasis what would happen if our thermoregulation used positive feedback to maintain homeostasis

    asked by mark on April 6, 2011
  87. anatomy

    If a person has stopped breathing and is recieving pulmonary resuscitation would it be better to administer pure oxygen or a mixture of oxygen and carbon dioxide?

    asked by rose on May 7, 2010
  88. anatomy

    project please helppp me create a road map/travel guide throught the body starting from the head finishing at your toes.be creative with how you represent cavities. include introduction and superior or cranial or inferior or caudal. and 2 body cavities

    asked by brittany on October 5, 2009
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    WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ORGANS REGULATES INSULIN IN THE BODY? A. LIVER B. LYMPH GLANDS C. PANCREAS D. THYROID GLAND

    asked by CINDY on December 2, 2008
  90. anatomy

    If the pleural space lost its negative pressure which of the following would be true? A.Inspiation would be more difficult B.Expiration would be more difficult C.Sufactant wouldnt be needed D. Exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide would improve I think it

    asked by uknown on September 27, 2008
  91. anatomy

    Hello, I am just curious. Why do people sweat more right after the vigorous excercise than during the exercise?

    asked by Anonymous on April 20, 2008
  92. Anatomy

    Why is splenic artery a subject to erosion by penetrating ulcer of posterior wall of stomach into lesser sac ??

    asked by Sohmay on May 12, 2018
  93. Anatomy

    Which of the following is a gas exchange region of the lungs? A. trachea. B. terminal bronchiole. C. respiratory bronchiole. D. mainstream bronchus. C

    asked by Dog on January 27, 2018
  94. anatomy

    There are _______ chromosomes in a human body. A. 20 B. 30 C. 46 D.38 I chose C

    asked by Anonymous on October 29, 2017
  95. Anatomy

    Which of the following cells lacks mitochondria? a. neutrophil b. platelets c. basophils d. erythrocytes I just need some assistance and assurance that my answer is reasonable. I'm thinking that the answer is d. erythrocyte because it is not a true cell. I

    asked by Stephanie on October 29, 2013
  96. Anatomy

    The ______ of the knee not only provide cushioning but assist with stability and improving fit between the articulating surfaces during movement.

    asked by Elaine on October 3, 2013
  97. anatomy

    This structure increases the surface area of the interior wall of the small intestine

    asked by sue on April 14, 2013
  98. anatomy

    what is the vein in the dura matter parallel to the longitudinal fissure?

    asked by Lynn on November 11, 2010
  99. anatomy

    can any tell me of a website that will give me info on abnormal Urinalysis test, describe and name possible results and indicate the disorders that these abnormal results may suggest ?

    asked by unknown on October 5, 2008
  100. anatomy

    The second branch of the aorta takes blood to the A.heart B.right common carotid artery C.left common cartid artery D.left subclavian artery would it be A not sure

    asked by uknown on September 28, 2008

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