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What is the definition of the term mitosis?
The part of the muscle farthest from the skeleton, also known as the movable attachment, is the
A neuron is _________.
What best describes the process called metabolism?
What is the circulatory system?
The system in the human body which controls and coordinates all other systems is the _________.
Blood is sent from the heart to the lungs to be oxygenated in a process known as _________.
When is oxygen absorbed into the blood?
What system is primarily responsible for passing the genetic code from one generation to the next?
What is true of the muscular system?
Where are phalanges found?
Exhalation is the process of _________.
The zygomaticus minor is a muscle of the _________.
The integumentary system _________.
As one of the major body organs, the kidneys have the function of _________.
What term is best described as the part of a muscle that does not move?
A gland is _________.
Which of the following is the fluid part of blood that contains 90% water and acts as a delivery
The skeletal system does NOT _________.
What part of the cell is the nucleus?
Where is the humerus located?
The study of the structures of the human body that can be seen without the aid of a microscope is
Ingestion is the process of _________.
What is the anatomical function of the heart?
What system is connected most directly with the body growth?
The process of moving food along the digestive tract is known as _________.
What is the primary function of the excretory system?
The middle part of a muscle is known as the _________.
Systemic circulation is a process that describes _________.
What bone is just above the ribcage?
What does the term digestion refer to?
The organ that discharges bile as part of the digestive process is the _________.
The muscular wall that is crucial to the respiratory process is the _________.
What is deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA)?
The biological term that denotes a structure composed of specialized tissues that perform specific
functions is _________.
What does the peripheral nervous system do?
Neurons are made up of _________.
What is the purpose of the immune/lymphatic system?
What is responsible for the production of insulin?
What is the biological definition of blood?
What function does the skin serve in the excretory system?
What function does the pineal gland serve?
What system controls both mental activities and facial expressions?
Estheticians do NOT study anatomy in order to _________.
Before human cells can grow and reproduce, they need _________.
What type of tissue stores energy?
What is a white blood cell?
The outer parts of the body are connected to the central nervous system through the _________.
Joints come in two types: _________.
Which of the following is a secretion produced by an endocrine gland?
The largest of the cranial nerves is the _________.
The scientific study of the functions and activities performed by the body structures is known as
The sternocleidomastoid extends from _________.
Involuntary muscles are controlled by the _________.
Defecation is a process that _________.
Histology is the study of _________.
The function of epithelial tissue is to _________.
What does muscle tissue do?
A teenager’s acne breakout probably has its source in the _________.
Every day, an esthetician comes into direct physical contact with _________ of every client.
What system provides the clearest structural framework to makeup application?
What system creates increased demands on the skin of older female clients?
When performing the service of a body wrap, it is necessary to have a full understanding of
All of the following are considered accessories to the skin EXCEPT _________.
What is the collective name for the oil and sweat glands?
Where is the lunula found?
What does the word integument mean?
The bone marrow part of the skeletal system is directly connected with _________.
The bridge of the nose is formed by _________.
All of the following refer to the same bone group EXCEPT _________.
What is the strongest bone of the face?
Where are the most fragile bones in the face?
What is NOT part of the lymphatic or immune systems?
What is a function of both the lymphatic and the circulatory systems?
The systems that both directly work to develop resistance to pathogens are the _________ systems.
What part of the body is a large lymph node?
In order to reduce swelling after a treatment, an esthetician can perform a service on the _________
The name of the fluid that bathes and surrounds the cells and provides them with nutrients is
What gland is most closely connected to the regulation of blood pressure?
What gland that requires iodine in the diet in order to function properly?
The glands most closely connected to skin melanization are _________.
What regulates calcium?
What is true of the relationship between acne and puberty?
When people age, fluctuations in hormones related to the reproductive system cause _________.
What does melasma refer to a change in?