the space formed inside the skull.
the vertical planes passing through the body from the head to the feet
opening within the nose
opening within the mouth
opening that hold the eyes
the study of how living things function or work
spinal cord protected by the vertebral column
in the ventral cavity, seperated from the rest by the diaphragm; includes heart and lungs
inferior to the diaphragm; breaks down to abdominal andpelvic cavity
Includes stomach, liver, intestines, and others
the basic unit of a chemical element
two or more organs working together to perform specific funtions
transmitter that senses enviormental changes
organized groups of similar cells
smallest living building blocks of all organisms
state in which there is a diminished ability
chemical reaction that occur within the organisms to maintain life
chemical combination of two or more atoms
body part organized to perform a specific function
the speed at which the body consumes energy
push or pull acting on a structure
the analysis if the action of forces
the quantity of matter contained in an objected
force that acts along a surface and perpendicular to the lengh of a structure
force distributed over a given area
force distriubted inside a structure
the rotary effect of a force
a loading pattern that can cause a structure to twist about its length
force equal to the gravitational acceleration exerted on the mass of an objected
loading pattern created by a combination of off center forces
systematically collected
question to be answered or problem to be solved in research study
systematic progress that creats new knowledge
process that can be used to answer questions
educated guess
explanation of some aspect
the pratice of generalizing
data indicating that the results of a study can legitimately be generlized
Anatomy teacher name
when is Graduation

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