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Can you pick the correct anatomical structures beginning with 'G' or 'H' which match each description?
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'I', 'J' & 'K' Anatomy
Organ which stores and concentrates bile which it releases into the digestive tract to emulsify fats.
A bundle of nerve cell bodies which resembles a lump along the nerve; they allow connections between different neurological sites in the body.
Area in each hemisphere of the brain which is involved in forming, storing and processing memory.
A ridge between anatomical grooves on the cortex of the brain.
A cell which comprises the majority of the tissue in the liver; it is involved in protein production and storage.
An organ which releases hormones or other substances into the blood stream, into body cavities or onto the skin.
Muscle on the back of the lower leg which gives the calf it's classic bulging appearance.
Alternative name for the largest portion of the breastbone.
Horseshoe shaped bone located just above the voice box in the throat.
Essential organ which comprises of four chambers and four valves to supply the body with blood.
The vascular structure at the tip of the penis or the highly innervated area of the clitoris.
Network of capillaries located at the beginning of each nephron in the kidney which helps to filter the blood plasma.
Loop of ________ - The mid-section of each nephron in the kidney which allows water to travel out one half while salts permeate out the other half.
The bone found in the upper arm which connects the shoulder to the elbow.
One of many pouches along the large intestine which gives it it's bubbled appearance.
Another name for the gums inside the mouth.
A bone in the wrist which has a hook-like projection forming off one surface.
________ nerve - cranial nerve XII.
Alternative term for the big toe.
Area of the brain which controls body temperature, hunger, thirst and sleep; also creates and releases certain hormones.
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