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By Paul A. Krieger

A visible Analogy consultant to Human Anatomy and body structure by way of Paul A. Krieger makes use of visible analogies and different certain learn instruments to help the coed in studying info of human anatomy and body structure. This two-color publication can be utilized together with any textbook. scholars can label diagrams, create their very own drawings or colour present black and white illustrations to higher comprehend the awarded fabric.

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Secondary active transport 1. Symport 2. Antiport Color the different proteins in the cell membrane and the solutes crossing the cell membrane. Color the ATP yellow. KEY (ICF) = intracellular fluid (ECF) = extracellular fluid 45 CELLS—Structure and Function Passive Membrane Transport: Simple Diffusion and Facilitated Diffusion Description The plasma membrane is selectively permeable because it controls what substances enter and exit the cell. Nutrients and waste products both must pass through this structure, but not all substances are able to cross the plasma membrane.

This fluid is made by cells within the serous membrane. 20 12. Parietal pericardium outermost layer of the serous membrane around the heart 13. Visceral pericardium innermost layer of the serous membrane around the heart 14. Pericardial cavity fluid-filled space between the parietal and visceral pericardium 15. Parietal pleura outermost layer of the serous membrane around the lungs 16. Visceral pleura innermost layer of the serous membrane around the lungs 17. Pleural cavity fluid-filled space between the parietal and visceral pleura LANGUAGE OF ANATOMY Body Cavities and Membranes BODY CAVITIES I have this EMPTY feeling inside 2 1 Color the body cavities different colors.

Oral Mouth 27. Crural Leg 7. Mental Chin 28. Tarsal Ankle 8. Cervical Neck 29. Pes Foot 9. Deltoid Shoulder 30. Cranial Skull 10. Pectoral Chest 31. Occipital Back of head 11. Sternal Sternum 32. Otic Ear 12. Axillary Armpit 33. Thoracic Chest (thorax) 13. Mammary Breast 34. Vertebral Spinal column 14. Brachial Arm 35. Lumbar Lower back 15. Antecubital Front of arm 36. Olecranon Elbow 16. Abdominal Abdomen 37. Gluteal Buttock 17. Antebrachial Forearm 38. Manus Hand 18. Carpal Wrist 39. Perineal 19.

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