REQUIREMENT. The following exercises are to be answered by completing the incomplete statement or by writing the answer in the space provided at the end of the question. After you have completed all the exercises, turn to "Solutions to Exercises," at the end of the lesson and check your answers.
1. What is anatomy?
2. What is the body type for each of the following individuals?
A broad individual:_.
A slim individual:_.
A person with average build: _.
3. What kind of anatomical study is described by each of the items below? Study of structures that cannot be seen with the unaided eye:
Study of relationships between functions and structures:
Study of the nervous system: _.
Study of organ systems:_.
4. What are the five levels or systems into which the body is organized, in ascending order?
6. What is a tissue?
7. What is an organ?
8. What is an organ system?
9. What is the total organism?
10. What are the parts of the upper member? _,_
11. What are the parts of the lower member? _,_
12. What is one reason for studying terminology?
13. Describe the anatomical position.
a. The body stands_with_together.
b. The upper members are along the_with palms facing_.
14. Each plane in figure 1-5 is marked by a letter a, b, c, or d. Write the name of each plane in the appropriate space below.
15. In figure 1-6, three points are labeled a, b, and c, and two borders are labeled d and e. It is correct to say that a is_to b and c, b is_to a and_to c, and c is_to a and b. We speak of d as the_border. We speak of e as the border.
16. In figure 1-7, three portions of the arm are marked a, b, and c. The two ends of the arm are marked d and e. The portion marked a is the_third. The portion marked c is the_third. The end marked d is the_end. The end marked e is the end.
17. A cell is the_unit of body organization.
18. In figure 1-8, parts of a "typical animal cell" are marked with the letters a through g. In the spaces below, provide the name of each structure.
Figure 1-8. A "typical" animal cell (exercise 18). Check Your Answers on Next Page b.
Figure 1-8. A "typical" animal cell (exercise 18). Check Your Answers on Next Page
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