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Your Sense Organs body parts with special jobs. sense organ that can smell. may cause harm. pathways. avoid injury. Big
The Bronze Bow restrein. fresh growth. to obtain awareness or understanding. eturning aside. kitchen is a ship. Big
NYT Best Sellers Booklist according to Barnes and Nobles for the Week of Jan 8, 2017 movie tie in book made from a work previously published as Stories of Your Life and Others. Rowling is at it again with a two part work - Harry Potter and the. a cookbook by Anthony Bourdain. the musical script for those not broadway bound. non-fiction written by the Boss. Hard
Heart the fluid that circulates in the principal vascular system of human beings.. a vein conveying oxygenated blood from the lungs to the left atrium of the heart.. two large veins discharging blood into the right atrium of the heart.. the two lower chambers on each side of the heart that receive blood from the atrium and in turn force it into the arteries.. a colorless, odorless, incombustible gas, present in the atmosphere and formed during respiration.. Big
Digestive System Salivary amylase uses ______________ digestion . When fat enters the duodenum a hormone is released . One of the accessory organ is _____________. breakdown small polypeptides into amino acids . The gall bladder use _______ to emulsifies fats . Hard
Parts of the Eye Vitreous . Back part of the eye. Contains light-receptors called robs and cones. It also converts light waves into electrical signals. . Colored part of the eye. It is a circular shaped muscle that controls the size of the pupil.. Black hole in the iris. Light enters the eye through the opening. . Located behind the pupil. Allows you to see objects that are near and far. . Older Children
Human Body Complete crossword puzzle a specialized bodily fluid that supplies essential substances and nutrients.. system of sex organs within an organism which work together for the purpose of sexual reproduction. . any of the fine threadlike strands growing from the skin of humans, mammals, and some other animals.. a band or bundle of fibrous tissue in a human or animal body that has the ability to contract, producing movement in or maintaining the position of parts of the body.. the network of nerve cells and fibers that transmits nerve impulses between parts of the body.. Big
Muscles / elevates mandible. / rotates arm laterally. / tenses abdominal wall and compresses abdominal contents, flexes vertebral column. / tenses abdominal wall and compresses abdominal contents. / flexes leg and thigh/ abducts and rotates thigh laterally. Hard
Parts of the Body A group of body parts that work together to perform a special job. A kind of muscle that a person can control. A group of cells that look alike a work together to do a certain job. The place where two bones come together. A tough, rubbery tissue that makes up parts of the skeleton. Big
DNA a genetic locus useful for determining gender. a repeating unit of DNA consisting of one of four bases - adenine, guanine, cytosine, or thymine -- attached to a phosphate-sugar group. the order of bases on all twenty-three pairs of human chromosomes. a region of a chromosome that contains multiple copies of a core DNA sequence . a threadlike structure in the cell nucleus, along which the genes are located. Hard
Bones helps stabilize the patella, responsible for essential movements in the leg. protect the inner organs and assist in the breathing process. helps flex the hip. the largest muscles in the upper arm. main function is to support the arm and move the scapula. Hard
Motor Development program that provides certain types of play that are believed to be essential for development but are not readily available at home . period in which we produce movement via an impulse from the higher brain centers. one of America's fastest growing sports. most widely accepted assessment procedure for determining stage of maturation. majority of people who are coaching youth sports, they lack the necessary preparation to coach. Hard
Nervous System Find the answers The _____________________ includes sensory and motor nerves.. The _______ protects the brain.. Your ________ controls all movements.. The ________ ____ is connected to the brain.. The __________________ controls movements of the heart, smooth muscles in the stomach, intestines, and glands.. Older Children
Muscles of the Hip, Thigh, and Leg Made by Luis Gonzalez laterally flexes the vertebral column. dorsiflexes the foot and extends the toes. longest muscle of the body. plantar flexes and everts the foot. directly underneath and ends at the rectus femoris muscle. Hard
Nervous System Actions that your brain controls. All parts of your system except the brain and spinal cord. The second largest part of the brain. The main control center of the nervous system. Detect changes inside and outside the body. Big
Anatomical Terminology Toward the back. Toward the side. To face foward; The front of the body. Toward the head. Achieved when the body internal eviroment is realitivly constant. Big
Nervous System the neurons that stimulate skeletal muscles under conscious control in this system. type of neuron that gathers what’s happening and allows you to feel around your body. All the parts of the nervous system except the brain and spinal cord. second largest part of the brain. largest organ in the nervous system. Big
Cell Parts and There Functions These organelles convert light energy into a chemical energy called glucose.. Surrounds the genetic material and nucleolus. An organelle near the nucleus of the cell that contains centrioles. Molecules that make up the building blocks of the structure and function the cell. A network of tubules and flattened sacs that create liquids. Hard
Digestive System produces insulin and glucagon, enzymes, and sodium bicarbonate. three pairs of exocrine glands in the mouth. produces bile and stores glycogen. cells produce hydrochloric acid which kills bacteria and activates pepsinogen. cells secrete pepsinogen, the inactive form of pepsin, in the stomach. Big
The Human Brain Right hemisphere controls _____ and imagination.. Left hemisphere controls _____ like science and math.. The skull. Damage to the frontal lobe can cause problems with emotional _____.. Neurons _____ and process information in the brain.. Hard
Nephrotic Syndrome disorder characterized by marked proteinuria, hyperlipidemia, hypoalbuminemia, and edema. an event that stimulates nephrotic syndrome. a characteristic of nephrotic syndrome. less than 500 mL in 24 hours. can pass thru kidneys when the glomeruli is damaged. Hard
The Human Brain Answers will all be about the human brain The skull. Outer layer of cerebrum is the cerebral. The lobe where reading and sensation are found. Controls basic body functions like breathing. Cerebral cortex is divided into four. Older Children
Respiratory System Independent Study Crossword The sense of smell; olfaction. A pair of organs, the principal parts of the respiratory system. The flowing blood in a circulatory system.. An element, normally a gas.. Two main branches of the trachea that go into the lungs. Big
Digestive System Gland organ that produces insulin. Organ that filters blood. Organ in your mouth vital for chewing as well as for speech. Fleshy extension at the back of the soft palate above throat. Small ridge of tissue under tongue and lips. Big
Francisella This is a bactericidal antibiotic used against Francisella that works by irreversibly binding the 30S subunit of the bacterial ribosome, interrupting protein synthesis. . It is the preferred liquid media for Francisella.. It is the most common clinical sign of tularaemia.. It is the animal reservoir of Francisella.. It is an immune response of Francisella that does not involve antibodies, but rather involves the activation of phagocytes, antigen-specific cytotoxic T-lymphocytes, and the release of various cytokines in response to an antigen.. Hard
Organelles stores food and water for the cell. helps with digestion for the cell. Organelle that stores information and DNA. makes protein. protects the cell from its surroundings. Hard
Lymphatic System An organized collection of lymphoid tissue, through which the lymph passes on its way back to the blood. Organ which produce blood cells during fetal life. Increases in size from birth in response to postnatal antigen stimulation, then to puberty and regresses thereafter.. The fluid that circulates throughout the lymphatic system. The thymus, spleen, tonsils, and appendix. Older Children
Ehrlich Muscle repair of a muscle injury. freeing of fibrous bands of the tendon. study of the human factors that . surgical suturing of tendon to bone. abnormal fibrous band that hold structures together. Very Difficult
Circulatory System a gland that produce insulin. a circulating connective tissue. glands in the skin that produce sweat. a measure of force of the blood pushing against the walls of the arteries. immune cells that destroy invaders. Big
Body 4 Muscles on top of your upper leg. You can have stomach Pains -_-. The back of your humerus. Starts at the center then goes to your shoulders. Back of your lower leg. Big
Bones (Funny) Thing Positive on a single ladies... on a single ladies . shrug shrug sh rug them panels on the solder work that swing yass queen. On your head. The first bone on your leg. hahahaha... that hurts... upper are bone. Older Children
Skeletal System Site in bones where red blood cells are formed. The end of a long bone. Most flexible type of cartilage. Joint where the the axis of a convex articular surface is parallel with the longitudinal axis of the bone. The end of a bone fits in a rounded socket into another. Very Difficult
Embryology and Histology complete the crossword below Week two through the week eight is called a. Conception through the first two weeks. bone that surrounds the root of the tooth and the socket. maxillary processes on each side of the face. the structure that covers the outside of the crown of the tooth. Big
Cell Cycle the stage in mitosis in which the duplicated chromosomes line up along the equatorial plate of the spindle. structures that pull duplicated DNA away from each other. when the DNA replicates. the third phase of mitosis, during which the chromosome pairs separate and move toward opposite poles. phase of non-division in which the cell grows. Big
Ankle and Lower Leg ligament between the talus and fibula . muscle that does eversion. when MTSS is not properly treated. sprain between the tibia and fibula. 3 bones on the other side of the navicular. Hard
Cell Parts and Functions The organelle that creates food in plants. The cells that contain a nucleus are called. An organism with one cell. The materials found inside the nucleus , mitochondria, and cytoplasm. This is from tubes and sacs and creates lipids. Hard
Skeletal System Complete and fill crossword puzzle with the correct vocabulary word acute or chronic inflammation of a joint, often accompanied by pain and structural changes and having diverse causes, as infection, crystal deposition, or injury.. the breaking of a bone, cartilage, or the like, or the resulting condition.. Cell Biology. one of the large multinuclear cells in growing bone concerned with the absorption of osseous tissue, as in the formation of canals.. Cell Biology. one of the large multinuclear cells in growing bone concerned with the absorption of osseous tissue, as in the formation of canals.. the skeleton of the head and trunk. Big
Sensation and Perception 2 Number of sound waves per second. the height of a sound wave. A snail shaped tube in the ear. Process of sorting through sensations and selecting some for further processing. slightly different retinal image. Big
The Circulatory System the only true element cells (have nuclei), protect from infectious microorganisms. the protein that maintains osmotic balance of the blood so water doesn't flow outside of the cell. percentage of blood that is made up of red blood cells. oxygen carrying protein. the type of bone marrow that red blood cells originate from. Older Children
Audiology Terms middle ear muscle acting on the malleus. the wavelike action of the basilar membrane arising from stimulation of the perilymph of the vestibule. the structure of the bony labyrinth forming the central core of the cochlea. analysis of an acoustical signal to determine the relative contribution of individual frequency components. auricle, making up the readily visible portion of the outer ear. Hard
Anatomy and Physiology Chewing.. Hyperkinetic disorder arising from lesions to subthalamus that involves uncontrolled flailing of arms and legs.. The bone shared by the tongue and larynx, and the only unpaired bone of the body.. Unpaired cartilage between the tongue and thread cartilage whose functional significance it that it drops down to cover the laryngeal opening during swallowing. . Communicates sensation of temperature, proprioception (muscle spindle), and touch from the arms to the ipsilateral cerebellum.. Hard
First Aid & CPR A person's _____ may become slurred during a stroke. . You should lean ______ during a nose bleed.. Will help to keep blood flowing throughout the body that carries oxygen. . You should encourage a person to keep doing this if they are choking. . Using this can help to ensure elevation to an injured arm. . Big
Skeletal System Using the hints, fill out the crossword puzzle (compound words are put together). characterized by meshes of the reticular network that contain the developmental stages of red blood cells, white blood cells, and megakaryocytes. a joint that permits rotatory movement only—called also trochoid. autoimmune disease characterized by chronic inflammation of joints. literally means 'porous bones'. yellow, flexible cartilage that lines the external ear, some cartilages of the larynx/epiglottis. Very Difficult
Hearing Terms the cochlea has a tonotopic arrangement with low frequency sounds processed toward the ______. medial geniculate body is a relay of the __________. firing pattern that resembles VIII nerve responses. post stimulus time histograms are plots of _________ response relative to the onset of a stimulus. the frequency specificity refers to the ability of the _______ to differentiate the various spectral components of a signal. Hard
DNA Please Complete the Following Crossword Over DNA Which base pairs with Thymine?. Hydrogen bonds are described as a ________ type of bond.. What does the term ATP stand for?. What does the term DNA stand for?. Who discovered the shape of the DNA molecule? Both names with and in the middle. Opposite of alphabetical order.. Hard
Respiratory System Large amounts of air enter the respiratory system through the two structures, the mouth and the what?. This is a valve-like structure within the pharynx that controls the passage of food, water, and air. These are the major organ of the respiratory system and are large sacs in which gas is exchanged. When we exhale the diaphragm ______________, air is forced out, and our lungs and rib cage shrink.. The respiratory system functions to take ____________ from the air and put it in the blood stream. Big
Thorax and Abdomen Produces insulin . dome shaped muscle . Muscle injured during a abdominal muscle strain . ribs 11 and 12 are called ________ ribs. Lies between the diaphram and the pelvis. Hard
the Kidney complete the crossword what is the kidney made up of. what delivers blood to the kidney . how many kidneys can a person have. what can be very painfull. a food named after the kidney. Big
Anatomy and Physiology of Hearing the process associated with hearing . the largest of the ossicles. the fluid in the cochlear duct . the entrance to the ear canal. acts as a funnel for sound directed toward the head from the front or side. Big
Cellular Respiration Type of energy released when glucose is broken down. The substance that yeast produces when oxygen is not avaliable . Six carbon molecule that is broken-down to create ATP. One carbone gaseous molecule . Gaseous molecule required for aerobic repiration. Hard
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