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ANAT215 LAB Exam 1 Study guide

by: Zoe Goldhirsh

ANAT215 LAB Exam 1 Study guide Anat-A 215

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Date Created: 01/27/15
Anatomy 215 LAB Exam I Info atupEaam 1 an Cytoplasm Everything between the cell membrane and nuclear envelope gel like background filling 51 qrnTnE H E39JH m 39I E E m39 m Plasma Membrane cell membrane Thin outer layer of cell Nucleus Nuclear envelope and everything inside nucleolus appears inside nucleus Mitoel39n 39ldrlIlHi ru ural Paloma Ii39II39IE39iI39 M ihi s 4 7 1 Fma mitochondria looks like a bean with folds cristae inside rough endoplasmic reticulum surrounds the nucleus has condensed small dense bodies and ribosomes on the outside Golgi apparatus short smooth membranous sacs stacked upon each other and small vesicles centrioles comes in pairs has 9 triplets of microtubes ribosomes small particles found either clustered free in the cytoplasm or attached to the endoplasmic reticulum cilia cilium motile mobile eye lash like processes which come off of the cell membrane microvilli much smaller non motile finger like processes all same size and shape and often evenly over the cells apical surface prophase phase of cell division that appear as threads With in the nucleus clumped threads metaphase chromosomes line up in center of cell nuclear envelope disassembles anaphase pulled apart chromosomes look like strands moving opposite of each other telophase chromosomes are clumped together cell appears to be pulled apart into two frontal bone forehead anterior roof of skull superior walls parietal bones left and right form the superior top sides of the skull L 1 EH 4 1 coronal suture the fibrous joint that connects the frontal and parietal bones sagittal suture joint that connects the two parietal bones sagittalleft and right halves lambdoid suture joint that connects the parietal and occipital bone temporal bones left and right located on the inferior sides around Where your temples are ethmoid best seen from with in located infront of sphenoid bone occipital bone located posterior and inferior back and bottom of skull sphenoid butter y like shaped bone maxillae upper jaw and hard palate mustache and roof of your mouth left and right parts palatine the back of the roof of your mouth shaped with two slight arches zygomatic located on the lateral side of the maxillae and they form your cheek bone nasal bridge of the nose left and right halves lacrimal small portion of the medial wall of the orbits left and right vomer inferior nasal conchae located on the lateral sides of the nasal cavity two small curved bones mandible the lower jaw bone hyoid not part of hte skull u shaped free oating bone around the throat frontal sinus located with in the frontal bone connects to the nasal cavity Via duct foramen magnum the large hole at the bottom of occipital bone Where the spinal cord enters the skull occipital condyles on the left and right sides of the foramen magnum articulates with the first cervical vertebra external occipital protuberance bump protruding from occipital bone in the back of the head zygomatic process located in the temporal bone anterior to the ear mandibular fossa Where the jaw hinges head of the mandible little indent on the temporal bone inline With the zygomatic process but posterior external auditory canal ear hole mastoid process bone right behind the ear on bottom rounded bump styloid process looks like a stylus inferior to the ear anterior to mastoid thin pointed projection petrous part triangle part of temporal lobe internal auditory canal hole inside ear jugular foramen lies between temporal and occipital bones hole for jugular vein carotid canal anterior to jugular hole for carotid artery cribiform plate horizontal plate of bone in the ethmoid has a lot of tiny holes in it perpendicular plate part of ethmoid right angles to the cribiform superior part of the nasal septum superior nasal conchae 2 of them lateral on the outside of the ethmoid bone middle nasal conchae on lateral sides of the ethmoid bone sella turcica rounded indent Where the pituitary glands rest in sphenoid bone optic canals run from with in and to orbit transmit optic nerve superior orbital ssures 2 lateral to optic canals look like little slits pterygoid processes the legs of the sphenoid bone 2 verticle plates sphenoidal sinus with in the body of the sphenoid can only be seen on saggitally but heads infraorbital foramen holes on each maxilla lateral to the nasal bone palatine process part of the maxilla that articulates With the palatine bone alveolar process ridge of bone that contains sockets for our teeth body centrum of vertabra each vertabrae has a rounded body that connects With a thin arch of bone called the vertebral arch vertebral foramen a hole space that is surrounded by the body and vertebral arch they form the vertebral canal Where the spinal cord passes through transverse processes located on either side of the vertebral arch spinous process located on the posterior part of the vertebral arch pointing downwards superior articular processes 2 arises from the arch has a surface for articulation With the adjacent vertebra inferior articular processes 2 arises from the arch has surface for artic with adjacent vertabra cervical vertebra region top 7 vertebrae transverse foramen on left and right of each vertebra passing through corresponding transverse processes atlas the first cervical vertebrae doesn39t have a body axis second cervical vertebra has an extension from its body dens odontoid process the extension off of the axis39 body thoracic vertebra region 12 vertebrae each one articulates With ribs at small smooth areas costal facets the small smooth area on the body and transverse processes Where the vertebrae articulates With the ribs rib tubuler and head of rib connects to these lumbar vertebrae region 5 vertabra distinguished by their large bodies and broad spinous processes big and bulky sacral region sacrum develops as 5 separate vertebra which fuse together to form a single bone coccygeal region coccyx normally 4 small vertebra that fuse together to form 1 bone tailbone ribs 12 pairs head of rib rounded head of ribs for articulation With 1 or 2 vertebral bodies tubercle of rib ribs 1 10 for articulation With a transverse process shaft of rib main long portion of the rib body sternum has three parts superior manubrium top part of sternum middle body of sternum middle part of sternum xiphoid process bottom part of sternum costal notches for articulation with cartilage from ribs costal cartilage articulates with notches clavicle s shaped collarbone sternal end of clavicle rounded in cross section and articulates With the manubrium of sternum top acromial end of clavicle attened in cross section and articulates With the acromion of scapula scapula shoulder blade everything sticking out is posterior View medial vertebral border edge of scapula closer to midline longer side lateral axillary border edge closer to outside spine of scapula posterior projection on the scapula broaddens laterally and ends at the acromian process infraspinous fossa located inferior to the spine bottom part of scapula supraspinous fossa located superior to the spine top part subscapular fossa curved anterior surface of the scapula glenoid cavity oval depression location on lateral side of scapula it is Where the head of the humerus articulates humerus only one bone in upper arm head of humerus rounded proximal portion of humerus greater tubercle the projection lateral to the head lesser tubercle the projection medial to the head intertubercular sulcus located between the two tubercles deltoid tuberosity toughening located on the lateral side of the shaft of humerus this is Where the deltoid muscles attach lateral and medial epicondyles two projects located on the distal portion of humerus capitulum located between epicondyles laterally placed knob like structure trochlea between epicondyle more medially placed concave olecranon fossa depression on the posterior distal surgace of the shaft Where the elbow fits in ulna medially placed bone pinky side has a u shape at top olecranon process projection form the ulna this fits in the olecranon fossa trochlear notch depression in between the two prcesses of the ulna first right over the trochlea radial notch lateral and inferior to the trochlear notch styloid process of ulna located on the distal end of the ulna styloid process of radius located on the distal end of the radius radius head of radius rounded located proximally articulates with capitulum and radial notch radial tuberosity located on the anteromedial side of radius shaft its Where the biceps attach carpal bones wrist has 8 metacarpals 5 bones in the palm of the hand and base of thumb phalanges of hand bones of the finers thumb has 2 fingers have 3 14 in total OS coxae bone of the hip that has 3 regions ili11111 first portion of the 3 regions illiac crest hands on hip bone superior ridge anterior superior illiac spine anterior projection of illiac crest greater sciatic notch inferior to anterior superior illiac spine u shaped acetabulum rounded socket of hip formed by illium ischium and pubis ischium second portion of 3 regions of hip ischial tuberosity bony projection located inferiorly obturator foramen articulates With ischium and pubis to form oval opening pubis third portion of 3 regions in hip pubic tubercle tiny bump located on the anterior superior surface of the pubis femur one bone in thigh largest and strongest head of femur connects to its shaft Via a constricted region called neck of femur neck of femur What connects the head and shaft of the femur greater trochanter lateral side of proximal part of shaft large prominence lesser trochanter posteromedial surface of proximal part of shaft medial and lateral condyle of femur on distal end of femur 2 oval knobs that articulate With tibia and help form the knee joint medial and lateral epicondyles of femur on either side of the condyles are these projections patella knee cap tibia robus medial bone of leg medial and lateral condyles of tibia on proximal end of the bone articulates With the medial and lateral condyles of the femur tibial tuberosity projection on anterior proximal surface medial malleolus bump on medial side of ankle fibular notch distal lateral side Where the fibula articulates with the tibia lateral malleolus on distal end of fibula pointed bula long slender lateral bone of leg head of femur knob like structure proximal portion of bone tarsals 7 bones in the ankle metatarsals 5 bones in foot phalanges of foot bones of the toes 14 in total tissues similar cells that perform on common function epithelium tissue Where one side connects to the basement membrane and the other side is unbound to a free surface


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