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Anatomy and Physiology Answers

Day 6

Front View: 1. Cranial Cavity 2. Vertebral Canal 3. Mediastinum 4. Pleural Cavity 5. Pericardial Cavity

6. Diaphragm 7. Abdominal Cavity 8. Pelvic Cavity 9. Abdominopelvic Cavity 10. Ventral Cavity

Side View: 1. Cranial Cavity 2. Dorsal Cavity 3. Vertebral Canal 4. Thoracic Cavity

  1. Diaphragm 6. Abdominal Cavity 7. Pelvic Cavity

Day 11

Diagram Answers

ANSWERS:  Answers: Front View: 1. Cranial Cavity 2. Vertebral Canal 3. Mediastinum 4. Pleural Cavity 5. Pericardial Cavity

6. Diaphragm 7. Abdominal Cavity 8. Pelvic Cavity 9. Abdominopelvic Cavity 10. Ventral Cavity

Side View: 1. Cranial Cavity 2. Dorsal Cavity 3. Vertebral Canal 4. Thoracic Cavity  5. Diaphragm 6. Abdominal Cavity 7. Pelvic Cavity

Unit 1 Test answers

  1. R
  2. F
  3. J
  4. W
  5. N
  6. M
  7. X
  8. L
  9. B
  10. O
  11. A
  12. G
  13. P
  14. K
  15. H
  16. S
  17. Q
  18. U
  19. V
  20. D
  21. C
  22. I
  23. T
  24. E
  1. Anatomy is the structure and shape of the body parts, while physiology is the study of how that structure functions.
  2. Living organisms are divided into atoms, molecules, cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, and organisms (in order of simplest to most complex).
  3. Homeostasis is a state of balance inside your body. The body systems work together to keep the body functioning normally. If homeostasis is not maintained, it can be disaster for the organism. For example, if the human body temperature is not maintained, hypothermia or heat stroke can occur, which can both be life-threatening.

Unit 2 Test answers

Organelles answers:

  1. Lysosomes
  2. Cell membrane
  3. Cytosol
  4. Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
  5. Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum
  6. Mitochondrion
  7. Nucleus
  8. Peroxisomes
  9. Nucleolus
  10. Vacuole
  11. Micro- and Intermediate Filaments
  12. Microtubules
  13. Golgi
  14. Centrosome
  15. Secretory Vesicles

Mitosis Worksheet:

  1. G