Biology is the scientific study of life. It is a natural science with a broad scope but has several unifying themes that tie it together as a single, coherent field.
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Are formed by the articulation of two cranial bones.
In the region just deep to the eyebrows, _____ are present which allow nerves and arteries to pass.
The two mirror-image bones which form much of the superior & lateral portions of the skull are the _____ bones.
The _____ suture is formed by articulation of the two parietal bones.
The crista galli is a small crest on the _____ bone.
Blood vessels and nerves reach the chin and lower lip through the _____ of the mandible.
Contracting the _____ and the _____ on the same side results in tilting of the head toward that side.
The upper fascicles of the _____ allow us to shrug by pulling the scapula toward the cervical vertebrae.
To purse the lips when we want to kiss or whistle, we contract the
The _____ assist in inspiration.
The _____ pushes food from the cheek to the center of the mouth.
The major (not only) function of mitochondria is to completely oxidize fuels and to capture the energy in a molecule called _____.
____ are huge macromolecules composed of RNA and protein, whose function is to synthesize protein.
The pelvis is _______ to the ribs.
''Cervical'' refers to the _____.
Between the fifth week post-conception and birth, the prosencephalon (aka _____) develops to produce the _____ and _____ of the adult brain.
Gray matter is found in the cortex of the _____ and _____.
The prime mover for inspiration (breathing in) is the _____, which presses into the abdominal cavity, expanding the thoracic cavity as it does.
_____ are cells which produce the myelin sheath in the peripheral nervous system, but not in the central nervous system.
In the CNS, _____ are the glial cells which anchor neurons to blood vessels.
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A Cell builds it's proteins from the Instructions encoded inits _________?
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A cell will swell up if ___________________________.