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Answers Chapter 1 The Human Body: An Orientation Ap Overview of Anatomy and Physiology 1, 1.Dorphystology, 2 Apearatemy, 4. Mor homeostasi, —4. € oF metabolism, 2. Physiological study: C.D. EF. G. HL J.K.— Anatonucal study: A. BL LK, LM. Levels of Strueniral Organization 3. Cells, Ussues, organs, enn wystenns 4.1 Election 2 Epithelium, 3. Heam, 4 Digestive system FA Rorurinary, 2. Ger endostine, SJ orskeletal 4, Aor aardiowancular, 5. D oF integumentary, 6 E or lymphatie/in 7. Bor digetive. 8 Lor respinatory, 9: Aur canllovascular, 10, Por enueular, UL Karurinary. 12 Io epwodietive. 13 Cae endocrine 14D or integumentary, 6 A Acreaiovasculsr, 2 Gorendoctine 3. Koruriay, 4. Morreprahstive. 9. 8 oF digestive, 6 Jor skeletal. 7.6 Figure 1-14 Cardiovascular system Figure 1-25 Respiratory aystert Figure 1-31 Nervous system eos Sy 8 e owe Figure 141 Urinary system Figure 1-5: Digexive system Figure 1-6 Reproductive system 345 346 Anatomy & Physiology Coloring Workbook, ‘Maintaining Life 8 1 Dorimaintenance of boundaries 2.11 or reproduction. 5.Cor growth 4. A or digestion. 5. or excretion 6 Gor respoasivencss. 7. For movement. 8. E or metabolisin, 9. D or mantenance of boundties 9. 1. Cornuinents. 2B or almospheric pressure. 3 Bor water, 4, Dor axygen 5, F or water 6 Aoraparopriate body temperature, A Receptor. 2 Contol center, 3. Afferent, 4 Conimml center 5. Bvetor, 6 tlerent. 7, Negative K Poitve, 9, Negative The Language of Anatonny 1. L-Ventral, 2, Doral §, Dena 12, 1. Distal. 2 Antecubital. 3, Brochisl, 4. Left upper quidrant, 5; Ventral cavity, 33. Figure 17 14, 1 Corunily, 2 Gorfemoul § Hoe ghteal 4. Por cerieal, 4 Poe umbtieal. 6 Mor pubic. 7 Borantecubial 8 Korocciplal 9. Cor Inguinal 10. Jor uma. 11. E or buccal. 35, Figure 1-8: section A: Mickayital, Section Bt Tranweme. Q 16. 1, Gor ventral, D or pelvic, 2G or Ventral, ¥ or thonscie, 3, or dorsal, B or cranial 4 G or venti, Door pelvic. 5, Gor ventral, A or abklonainal, 17. 1 Aorumerior 2. Gor posterior 3. Jor superior. 4.) or superior. 5, Borlateral 6. or anterior. 7 Vormedil. & Horproximal, 9, Bor distal, 10. Gor poseriov. LL. Jor superior. 12.1 or sagital 13.Cor frontal, 14. Cor frontal. 15. K o¢ transverse, 18, 1-5 Acorabdominopelvic. 6. Cor spinal. 7. Nor abxominopelvic. & and 9, D or thoracic, 10, Bor cranial. 11.and 12 A or abxlominapelvic. Aner Chapter? 347 WAZ BA CL DE At the Cline 20, Skeletal, maculae, cardiovascular, integuinentany, nervous, 21. The need for nuirients and water 22, The unlerior and lateral ampeets of the ubdomen hive na hony (skeletal) protection, John has u hernia in the urea where his thigh ted trunk Meet, pain from Is infected kidney radiating (0 his lower Inuck, and beuwses in Nie genital area a 24, Negatiwe feedhack causes the intial stimulus, TSH in this eve, to dectine, 25. ‘The high Nook! presse Increases the workload on the hea Circulation of blood decreases, an the hear itself begins io receive an imadeauite blood Mapply, As the heart weakens farther, the backup in lhe veitts worsens. ane the biood! pressure ries even higher Without interrentinn, circulasion becomes se shugatish that ongan fitore sets in. Abeartsirenuthening medication will imemave the force of the heartbeat 90 that yore blooe! is pumped out with teach beat. More blood can then flow into the heart, reducing backflow and blood pressure. The heat can thes pump more blood, turer reducing the huckup and Increasing circulation. The blood! nupply to the heart muscu ture improves, and the heart becomes stronger. 26, CT and DAA utilize X-rays. Mitl employs radio waves and! magnetic fetes, ET unex radiobwropes. CT, MIU, ancl PITT scans can display body regiony m section, 27. Rie side, below the eb eae The Finale: Multiple Choice MIN 2ZANCD 4B AH FABD 6AMD 76 HOR OD WAGE HCD ER WA 1B Chapter 2 Basic Chemistry Concepts of Matter ond Energy LBD ZADCD JAB 2. 1. Cormedunial, 2B, Dor lectica, rctiant, 3, Cor mechanical 4, A orchemicl, 5, or radiant. Composition of Matter a Particle Location Electrical charge Mass Prato Nudews 1 1 am ‘Neutron Nucleus 0 1 anw Electron Orbital 1 0 amu 440 BE BK 4b SH ON 76a Sa OY 10M_ HCL 12 ee 5.1 Forion 2 Formamer. 3 Corelement. 4. Rorelectmns 5. Bordecrors 6 Darenemy. 7. Aor aiom, &Gormolecule. 9. Lor protons, 10.) or valence, LL and 12, Hand | or neutrons and protons, GAT 2 thet 3 Mote, 4, T 4 Radioactive, 6 7. Chlorine, Towing 9. 7: Molecules, Chemical Bonds, and Chemical Reactions 7. 1. Cor synthesis, 2. Bor exchange, 3. A or decomposition, 8, Figure 2-1: The nucleus isthe innermost citele containing 6P and 68, the electrons ate indicated hy the smyall cle- cles im the orbits 1, Atcmic number a 6, 2 Atom micyis 12 arm, 3, Carbon, 4 Isotope. 5, Chemi- cally active, 6, Four electrons. 7. Covatent because it would be very dificult to gain or lose four electrons 9. HO; 4 one Molecule of hydrogen peroxide (a Compound), 2OH™ represeniy uve hydroxide ans,