Anatomy and Physiology: An Easy Learner by Ethel Sloane

By Ethel Sloane

This unparalleled textual content, offered in a special define structure, is designed to assist scholars specialize in the center proof of anatomy and body structure with out getting slowed down through extra info. it might function both a basic textual content in a path or as a significant other to a extra specified anatomy and body structure quantity.

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F. Three ear ossicles (bones) and differentiated teeth adapted to chewing a variety of foods also are characteristic to mammals. 5. Order: Primata. Primates include lemurs, monkeys, and great apes as well as humans. They have grasping hands, an opposable thumb, claws modified to finger and toe nails, and relatively large, well-developed brains. 6. Family: Hominidae. Hominidae include both the extinct and the living races of humans. 7. Genus: Homo and species: sapiens. Homo sapiens includes all the ethnic varieties of humans.

3. Temperature. Chemical reactions proceed more rapidly at higher temperatures and are slowed by low temperatures. 4. Catalytic action. Catalysts are substances that increase the rate of a reaction that would occur much more slowly in their absence. Catalysts do not participate in the reaction and remain unchanged after the reaction is over. a. Enzymes are biologic catalysts that act by temporarily uniting with the reacting molecules, which are called substrates. b. Enzymes reduce the amount of energy required to make and break chemical bonds (activation energy) by providing a site of action (reactive site) for the reactants.

The answer is C. (VI D 1-6) The right and left lumbar regions lie lateral to the umbilical region. A line drawn medially from the posterior border of the left lumbar region would pass closest to the navel. 11-14. The answers are 11-C, 12-A, 11-B, 14-D. (VI A B) A sagittal plane divides the body into right and left halves, while a horizontal or transverse plane divides it into upper (cranial) and lower (caudal) portions. Proximal means closest to the midline or point of attachment of a limb and anterior and ventral are synonymous.

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