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By John_Mitchell_WV | Last updated: Nov 23, 2017
| Total Attempts: 30
Welcome to the electronic frontier classroom of the 21st century. Medical, biological science, and technology are advancing at a staggering rate. The language of biology and health care are attempting to keep up with these changes. I hope taking these tests will help you to master the body of knowledge and communicate effectively with our fellow students and professional colleagues. I have prepared a set of flashcards for each of the 35 tests. You can find the flashcards and test on the science web site "Mitchell's Cosmic Adventure". I wish you well in your human anatomy and physiology class. Please enter all your answers in lower case letters for the "fill-in type questions", unless you are given specific directions. &
Questions and Answers
_____ means "away from side".
Bronchiol means _____.
_____ means "fetus".
Somato means body.
Hyster means ______.
The medical prefix "pleur" means side or rib.
What does archeo mean?
Choose the correct meaning for the prefix "chorio".
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What type of epithelial membranous tissue is found in this slide?