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BIOS252 / BIOS 252: Anatomy & Physiology II Final Review (Latest 2020) Chamberlain College of Nursing

BIOS-252 Anatomy & Physiology II A & P 2 Final Review 1. T tubules - tubular infoldings of the sarcolemma which penetrate through the cell and emerge on the other side 2. sarcoplasmic reticulum - 3. Actin - 4. Myosin - 5. Myomesin - 6. Actinin - 7. Troponin - 8. Tropomyosin - 9. Acetocholine - 10. voltage gated channels - 11. frontal lobe - 12. first order neuron - 13. second order neuron - 14. third order neuron - 15. upper motor neuron - 16. lower motor neurons - 17. central nervous system - 18. cranial nerve names - 19. cranial nerve functions - 20. substancia nigra - 21. IPSP - 22. EPSP - 23. structures of the ear - 24. Structures of the eye - 25. Structures of the brain - 26. hindbrain - 27. midbrain - 28. Cerebellum - 29. 1st class lever - 30. 2nd class lever - 31. 3rd class lever - 32. 1st class lever example - 33. 2nd class lever example - 34. 3rd class lever example - 35. Olfactory (nerve 1) - 36. optic (nerve 2) - 37. oculomotor (nerve 3) - 38. Trochlear (nerve 4) - 39. trigeminal (nerve 5) - 40. abducens (nerve 6) - 41. facial (nerve 7) - 42. Vestibulocochlear (nerve 8) - 43. Glossopharangeal (nerve 9) - 44. vagus (never 10) - 45. accessory (nerve 11) - 46. hypoglossal (nerve 12) - 47. special sense - 48. general senses - 49. c fibers - 50. upper motor neurons give into - 51. basal nuclei (ganglia) - 52. 3 auditory ossicles of the middle ear - 53. sounds vibrates - 54. stereocilia - 55. otolith - 56. endocrine systems - 57. pitutary gland - 58. hormones - 59. target cells with water soluble hormones - 60. target cells with lipid soluble hormones - 61. hypothalamus - 62. posterior pituitary gland - 63. anterior pituitary gland - 64. follicle stimulating hormone - 65. When the sarcomere contracts the thin filament - 66. The connective tissue sheath that surrounds a muscle as a whole is known as the - 67. After an end plate potential is generated it ignites an action potential by - 68. In the _______, we see thick filaments only - 69. Permitting the exchange of nutrients and gases between the blood and tissue cells is the primary function of - 70. The function of the hepatic portal circulation is to - 71. Which molecules can be used by the body to form cellular structures such as enzymes, antibodies, hormones and collagen? - 72. frontal lobe - 73. parietal lobe - 74. temporal lobe - 75. occipital lobe - 76. Pons - r 77. Cerebellum - 78. pituitary gland - 79. Wernicke's area - 80. Broca's area - 81. sensory input - 82. Integration - 83. motor output - 84. sympahetic nervous system - 85. parasympathetic nervous system - 86. Cones - 87. Rods - 88. In an isotonic contraction the muscle - 89. ADH - 90. PTH, calcitrol, and calcitonin - 91. Nocioreceptors - 92. Oxycytocin and antidiuretic - 93. insulin vs glucagon - i

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