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Endocrine-DM Insulins and Oral Agents Metformin HCL (Glucophage) is this type of oral agent.. Diabetes Mellitus Type I is most prone to accumulation of toxic __________.. __________ is given to quickly raise the blood sugar.. Insulin is absorbed most quickly when injected into the __________.. Insulin is metabolized in the __________.. Hard
Enzymes & Digestive System too much water is absorbed by large intestine. sphincter at top of stomach. hormone that raises blood sugar levels. tissue that keeps food from going down trachea. enzymes work by ________ the activation energy. Hard
Epithelial Tissue Tall, column shaped and nucleus is elongated. Forms lining of hollow urinary organs and ability to change shape with stretch. Cells vary in height and cells nuclei are at different levels. Limited Distribution in body and only apical layer columnar. most concerned with absorption, secretion, and filtration. Teenage
Excretory System Produces insulin to go in blood. Unit in kidney that filters blood. Makes bile, Stores sugar, filters blood. Organs that break down food to be used in body. Broader and shorter part of the intestines. Older Children
Eyes things that cause disease. bones of the head. thick liquid the body makes that moistens and protects. form and give off. clear liquid from the eyes. Older Children
Falls Bone Strengthening Supplement. . __ or more medications increase risk of fall. . Physical Consequence of Falls . Break in a Bone . Leading cause of __ deaths in US. . Older Children
Family Patterns: Hand-Me-Down Genes A biologist who specializes in genetics. One of two or more alternative forms of a gene that arise by mutation and are found at the same place on a chromosome. Having dissimilar alleles at corresponding chromosomal loci; 'for eye colour'. The male reproductive cell; the male gamete. The changing of the structure of a gene, resulting in a variant form that may be transmitted to subsequent generations, caused by the alteration of single base units in DNA, or the deletion, insertion, or rearrangement of larger sections of genes or . Hard
Female Reproductive System an organism in the early stages of growth. surgical removal of woman's entire reproductive system. surgery of the uteter. an egg within the ovary of the female. malignant tumor of the breast. Very Difficult
Fetal Lung Development lubrication that reduces friction in the lungs. an infant delivered before 39 weeks according to the Doula is_________. where gas exchange takes place. the unit that provide care to severly ill infants. What test requires a 2:1 ratio. Adult
Food and Digestion This organ produces enzymes for use in digestion . This food contains a lot of protein . This is found in dairy products and is needed for healthy bones. These are needed in small amounts to keep your body healthy . This organ produces bile . Very Difficult
Foot and Ankle Both longitudinal arches are supported by this which is superficially located and runs from the calcaneus forward to the proximal phalanges. Made up of the five metatarsals and all of the phalanges. Made up of the talus and calcaneus and first part of foot to hit the ground in the gait cycle. Loss of the medial longitudinal arch. Joint that consists of the inferior surface of the talus articulating with the superior surface of the calcaneus. Hard
GI System Inflammation of appendix. Anti-diarrhoeal Agents. varicosities. Domain Three. gastro-oesophageal reflux disease . Very Difficult
GI System Food enters the stomach via the _____ orifice.. Which structure of the digestive system synthesizes clotting factors and vitamin K necessary for hemostasis?. An element in saliva that protecst against tooth decay?. The _____ cells in the stomach secrete histamine. Which stimulus increases the tone of the esophageal sphincter?. Hard
Hair and Fiber found in hair and nails. controls the amount of light going through the aperture; may be adjusted. created by forcing fiber forming materials through holes into the air, forming a thread.. the refraction of light in an anisotropic material (as calcite) in two slightly different directions to form two rays . large, flat area under the objectives. Very Difficult
Head and Neck Anatomy Muscle of mastication. act of chewing. crackling or grinding sound. the cheekbone. contains tooth sockets. Hard
Heart valve located at the opening of the right atrium of the heart into the right ventricle. pressure exerted by the blood upon walls of blood vessels. group of cells that perform a similar function. measure of cardiac activity. name of system that transports oxygen and nutrients to the body cell/smallest unit of life. Hard
Heart and Lungs lungs a like a . heart and lungs give us . red in colour. the blood carries thousands of these around our body. we breath air into them. Older Children
Heat Emergencies What are nine signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion?. What are nine signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion?. What are nine signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion?. What are nine signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion?. What are nine signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion?. Big
Hemispheric Specialisation & Neurons large structure incased in the skull that is made of billions of neurons. cable like column of nerve fibres that extends from the base of the brain to the lower back. . part of the neuron that sends information away from the cell body (soma) to other neurons.. fatty white substance that insulates the axon. chemicals released from synaptic knobs, that carry chemical information from one knob to another through the synapse. Hard
Hepatobiliary System diabetes, obesity and metabolic syndrome can cause. the second largest organ in the body. over half of the liver can be destroyed and it will. type of hepatitis that is the most common cause of liver cancer in the world. chronic disease of the liver that results in irreversible damage and loss of liver function. Hard
Human Biology Propels food forward. Accounts for approximately 95% of these glucocorticoids. The third layer of GI tract tissue. A colored, disk-shaped muscle that determines how much light enters the eye. Hormone produced by the thyroid gland that cointains four molecules of iodine. Big
Human Body the bone that covers the brain. the part that takes solid and liquid food into the body. the body system that changes food into fuel. the organ that gives food to the blood. the muscle that covers the back of the lower leg. Hard
Human Body Systems Cells in liquid that carry nutrients thoughout the body. Group of cells with the same job. Tissues that share the same task. Part of the body in the chest to help you breath. Carries blood away from the heart. Teenage
Human Body Systems the system that fights off disease; composed of leukocytes, tonsils, adenoids, thymus, and spleen. pumping and channeling blood to and from the body and lungs with heart, blood, and blood vessels. the organism's ability to maintain a stable internal environment; water, temperature, glucose. barrier, protection, helps maintain homeostasis; skin, hair and nails. collecting, transferring and processing information with brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves, and nerves. Older Children
Human Body Systems this matter carries oxygen and nutrients to all the parts of the body. two spongy air sacs where oxygen enters the bloodstream . the system that breaks down your food. the brain's messages travel along these. these hard structures protect the organs of your body. Hard
Human Body Systems Basic life functions of an organism are carried on by ______. Organ system responsible for transporting needed materials to the cells and carrying wastes away from the cells. Substance needed for all living things to survive. Organ system responsible for removing liquids and gaseous wastes from the body. Ability to maintain a stable internal environment. Big
Human Body Systems a group of similar cells that perform the same function. chemical that affects growth and development, produced by endocrine gland. the basic unit of structure and function in life. to be in balance, homestasis. system that transports nutrients throughout the body. Hard
Human Skeletal System Prevents the bones rubbing together in the joint. Type of joint in the elbow. Bone making up the lower jaw. Type of joint in the neck. Last four fused verterbrae. Hard
Integumentary System By using the hint or clues, you can find the hidden words in the crossword puzzle. Produces keratin cells that make up the nail plate. A type of protein found in the skin, hair, and nails. Produces hair. Is a layer of fat and connective tissue that houses larger blood vessels and nerves. Is enclosed within a hair follicle. Hard
Integumentary System hair develops from this structure. absence of normal pigmentation. secondary hairs make up this . layer with closely packed clear cells. inner thicker layer of skin . Hard
Joints Joint where the rounded end of one bone fits into a ring that is formed by another bone plus an encircling ligament. Movement occurs around two axes. Where the rigid elements of the skeleton meet. Allows movement around one axis only. Moving an elevated part inferiorly. Big
Kidney the highest point, tip . any of the small tubules that are the excretory units of the vertebrate kidney . an artery originating from the abdominal aorta and supplying the kidneys and adrenal glands and ureters . a smooth transparent membrane the adheres tightly to the external aspect of the kidney, outside layer; connective tissue keeping substances inside. . small network of capillaries encased in the upper end of a nephron; where the filtration of blood takes place . Hard
Lymphatic system A protein produced by our body's cells that are infected with viruses. What factor of immunity are these:Intact skin,Mucus, Hairs, Epiglottis and Flow of urine.. A Chemical Factor of immunity. This Cisterna receives lymph from the legs and abdominal viscera. Invading bacteria or viruses are called this. Hard
Lympthatic System a soft, bilobed structure enclosed in a connective tissue capsule and located anterior to the aorta and posterior to the upper part of sternum. thick fluid caused by bacteria infections . a disease-causing agent. prevent entry of some infectious agents. mass of lymphoid tissue. Hard
Main muscles in the body complet the cross word In the front of the leg area . In the stomach area. In the back of the arm area. In the neck area. In the chest area. Older Children
Major Bones of the Body Protects many vital organs. Has many bones fused together to protect the brain. Collarbone. The longest bone of the body. Fingers and toes. Older Children
Major Muscles THE BACK OF THE CALF MUSCLES. MUSCLES ON THE BUTT. MUSCLES BY ARMPIT . MUSCLE ON FROUNT OF FORHEAD . BACK OF THE LEG MUSCLES. Big
Male and Female Anatomy Composed of sperm cells and secretions from seminal vesicle and prostate glands. Monthly sloughing off of the uterine lining. Removal of the clitoral hood. Outer, spongy layer of penis. Stage at which menstrual cycle stops. Hard
Medical Terminology Removal of entire uterus. Difficulty in passing stools. Inlammation of the appendix. Inflamation of the urethra. After a meal. Hard
Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of Nimh To get the meaning (page 44). Generally flat or unruffled, not rough (page 16). An agricultural implement used for cutting, lifting, turning over, and partly pulverizing soil (page 30). Having the attention or curiosity engaged. Moving or acting with a great speed ( page 18). Young Kids
Muscle Thigh. Stomach. Back of upper arm. Upper back / neck. Calf. Hard
Muscle Group Complete crossword alone on an island or single skeletal joint moving. meaning the back side. help perform trunk rotational movement of the body. meaning “to the side”. Rectus _______ or Biceps ________ refers to the large leg bone from the knee to the hip. Hard
Muscle Groups alone on an island or single skeletal joint moving. what the glutes do to lift a leg behind you. meaning the back side. meaning 'to the side'. prefix meaning 'to come before' - indicates the front side of the body. Hard
Muscles the heart is a .............. muscle. muscles are made up of.......... an increase in heart rate ensures that this is carried to the muscles. when a muscle returns to it's normal length. the colour of slow twitch fibres. Teenage
Muscles Promotes the growth of muscle tissue. Located on the wall of the hear; contain striations; involuntary. Involuntary; smooth texture; in stomach, intestine, urinary bladder, etc.. Muscles are lean; use oxygen to create energy; has strong endurance. Thicker and stronger; contract very quickly; tire out very easily. Older Children
Muscles where is our smallest muscle found. muscles found in the walls of your heart. muscles found in the internal organs . this happens when one or more of your muscles contract and will not relax. smooth and cardiac are what type of muscle. Big
Muscles & Bones Muscles inserting on first & second ribs. What is the '6 Pack'. 'Cheek Bones'. Antagonist to Biceps Brachii. 5 muscles of inner thigh. Big
Muscular A muscle that acts as a stabilizer of one part of the body during movement of another part.. Any of the elongated contractile threads found in striated muscle.. One of the segments into which a myofibril is divided.. A nerve cell forming part of pathway along which impulses pass from the brain or spinal cord to a muscle or gland.. Of or relating to skeleton muscle that is composed of weak, slowly contracting fibers, adopted for low-intensity, high-endurance activities.. Big
Muscular System mid back muscle. front thigh muscle. chest muscle. back arm muscle. back thigh muscle. Hard
Muscular System Connective tissue that cover the outer surface of a skeletal muscle . A single motor neuron and all of the muscle fibers it innervates . Muscles ability to stretch, lengthen, or extend. Involuntary muscle found only in the heart. Involuntary muscle found within the walls of blood vessels and internal organs . Hard
 
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