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Hum Anatomy & Physiology I

by: Lizeth Nicolas

Hum Anatomy & Physiology I KINS 2531

Lizeth Nicolas
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Matthew Williamson

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Date Created: 10/12/15
STUDY GUIDE FOR HUMAN AampP 1 Sixth Exam DISCLAIMER This is not a list of the actual questions that will be used on the exam This is simply a tool to help you focus your study time Ifyou successfully answer these questions it does not guarantee that you will make an A on the exam 1 Explain how sensory neurons are classi ed 2 Describe the anatomy of the spinal cord 3 How are the white and gray matter organized in the spinal cord 4 How does the anatomy of the spinal cord re ect the segmented nature of the body wall 5 Explain the notation and a1rangement of the spinal nerves including dorsal and ventral roots and rami 6 What is contained in the white matter and gray matter of the spinal cord 7 What is contained in the following structures of the spinal cord dorsal root ventral root dorsal root ganglion spinal nerve dorsal ramus and ventral ramus 8 Describe the anatomy and function of descending tracts 9 Describe the anatomy and function of ascending tracts 10 Describe the anatomy of a nerve 11 What is a nerve plexus and what is its function 12 List the location and parts of the brachial plexus and list the function of its named nerves 13 List the location and parts of the lumbosacral plexus and list the function of its named nerves Explain the innervation of joints What is a re ex What are the basic components of a re ex arc Explain the stretch re ex What is a muscle spindle and how does it work Describe the anatomy of the eye and retina Explain how the retina and brain gather light information Explain how rod and cone cells respond to light Describe the anatomy of the outer middle and inner ear Describe the anatomy of the saccule and utricle and explain how they detect motion Describe the anatomy of the cochlea and how it detects sound Explain how the semicircular canals detect motion Make sure you can de ne the following terms diploid haploid character locus gene trait homologous pair karyotype alleles homozygous heterozygous dominant recessive genotype phenotype 28 List and describe the phases of meiosis and explain why they are different from mitosis 29 List and explain the sexual sources of variation 30 Give an example of the law of segregation 31 Explain the testcross ND ID Ib Il ID ID I QWW QP39He NNN LANt I NNN lt94


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