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Kinesiology Flashcards by Lynn S. Lippert

Kinesiology Flashcards

You will need to using your email and password for our legacy website. In addition to neurons, nerve tissue contains neuroglia, which function to support, insulate, bind, and protect the neuron. The cells undergo rapid division mitosis , a fact of practical importance, so that old or destroyed epithelial cells can be replaced by new ones. For this reason, freely movable joints are also called synovial joints. Examples of dense fibrous connective tissue include: tendons, ligaments, aponeurosis, deep fascia, scar, and capsule of kidney. Mucous membranes perform the functions of protection against microbial invasion , secretion of mucous , and absorption of water, salts, and other solutes.

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Kinesiology Flashcards: 9780803658240: Medicine & Health Science Books @ parabopress.com

Kinesiology Flashcards

The mechanical principle that moving parts must have lubricated surfaces is thereby carried out in the body. Tested in a classroom setting, the resulting product offers students and professionals a dynamic way of studying and retaining information about these systems. In the saddle join, a saddle-shaped surface of one bones fits into a saddle-shaped surface of another bone. Its very location, hidden in the bones like valuables in a safety deposit box, suggests its vital importance. Increases the size of the angle between articulating bones. I already have cards with this information from functional anatomy. Composed of nerve, vascular, and various connective tissues as well as striated muscle tissue.

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Kinesiology Flashcards: 9780803658240: Medicine & Health Science Books @ parabopress.com

Kinesiology Flashcards

Tissues that carry on this process are specialized connective tissues of two kinds, myeloid tissue and lymphatic tissue. All the information should be on two sides for each muscle. Term Linear Motion translator Definition All parts of the object move the same distance, in the same direction, and at the same time. Develope within the tendon and protectit from excessive wear. Only one pair of saddle joints exists in the body, one in each hand between the metacarpal and carpal bones of the thumb called the trapezium. Cards Term Kinesiology Definition Study of movement. A strong, tough cord of white fibrous connective tissue that connects a muscle to a bone.

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Kinesiology Flashcards

Kinesiology Flashcards

Serves as a protective barrier. The periosteum is vascular and well innervated. Did you just make your first purchase with Human Kinetics? But most importantly of all, we can oppose them i. Term Metaphysis Long bone Definition Both ends before epiphysis, flared, consists mainly of cancellous bone, supports epiphysis. Instead, each one has a third page with the name and copyright information on it, make it harder to use these as flash cards. Histologists estimate, for example, that a single square inch of skin on the palms of the hands contains about 3,000 sweat glands. Did you just make your first purchase with Human Kinetics? Hyperextension of the head would be stretching it backward from the upright position; of the arm, bringing the humerus straight back behind the body.

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Kinesiology Flashcards by ProProfs

Kinesiology Flashcards

Secrete oil for the hair. There are three types of muscle tissue: skeletal, cardiac, and visceral. If you know a student studying a medical field this would be a great gift to alleviate the expense of another study tool for them. These are a must if you plan on memorizing all of the muscle origins, insertions, actions and innervations. At the bottom of the follicle is a loop of capillaries enclosed in a connective tissue covering called the hair papilla. Then make them double sided While these flash cards contain the same information as the physical ones, whoever converted them to digital did a lousy job. The diaphragm separates the thoracic cavity and the abdominal cavity.

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Kinesiology Flashcards, 4th Edition — John Scott & Company

Kinesiology Flashcards

Term Bone Markings Definition Holes, depressions, ridges, bumps, grooves and other markings on bones that serve various purposes such as attachments for muscles, tendons, and ligaments. When these resources are used up, attentional resources can no longer be allocated. Term Biomechanics Definition Mechanical principles that relate directly to the human body. Hence, ligaments exhibit some degree of elasticity. The process of blood cell formation. Mark McKenna grew up in the shadows of the Rocky Mountains, having lived in Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming. When these resources are used up, attentional resources can no longer be allocated.

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Kinesiology Flashcards

Kinesiology Flashcards

You would need to create a new account. Term Anatomical Position Definition Standing upright, arms at side, palms facing forward. Term Axial Skeletal Definition Upright part of body. This membrane is selectively permeable, allowing some substances to pass while excluding others. Since 2008, Mark has been working as a part-time freelance illustrator, and has had his work published by numerous publishing houses.

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Kinesiology Flashcards, 4th Edition — John Scott & Company

Kinesiology Flashcards

Inflammation of the pre-patellar bursa is known as housemaid's knee, whereas olecranon bursitis is called student's elbow. Because skeletal muscle cells are both highly active and numerous, they produce a major share of total body heat. But other than that, they are very informative and useful. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts with an emphasis in illustration along with his Bachelor of Science in art education from Brigham Young University—Idaho in 2010. You will need to using your email and password for our legacy website. Then make them double sided While these flash cards contain the same information as the physical ones, whoever converted them to digital did a lousy job.

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