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This tube allows the passage of air into the lungs. It bifurcates into two bronchi.
The larger of the two bones in the lower leg otherwise known as the shinbone.
Three longitudinal bands of smooth muscle extending along the large intestine which contract giving the colon characteristic 'bulges'.
Adults typically have 32 of these structures embedded into their upper and lower jaws. They are used for biting and chewing food.
Multi-muscular structure in the mouth attached to the hyoid bone; it is an organ of taste and speech.
________ brachii - muscle in the upper arm with three heads; it contracts in order to straighten the arm at the elbow.
The first digit on the hand also known as the pollex.
A collection of lymphoid tissue which lies on either side of the throat; in certain individuals they can become inflamed occasionally requiring surgical removal.
A strong band of tissue which connects muscle to bone.
________ valve - structure in the heart which separates the right atrium from the right ventricle; it is generally made up of three leaflets.
Large fan-shaped muscle of mastication which covers the majority of the side of the head on each side above the ear.
Deep, midline structure in the brain with functions such as regulating sleep, consciousness and relaying motor and sensory signals to the cerebral cortex.
Gland found below the 'Adam's apple' in the neck. It produces hormones such as thyroxine and can swell to form a goitre which is usually due to iodine deficiency.
Organ normally found behind the breastbone in the chest where certain white blood cells develop. During adolescence the structure wastes away but continues to function.
Ankle bone which articulates with the two lower leg bones and two other tarsal bones of the foot.
Another term for the chest. It is protected by the ribcage and sternum and contains the lungs and heart amongst many other structures.
________ membrane - alternative name for the eardrum.
Any one of the five digits found on each of the feet.
A curled shelf of bone lining the inside of the nasal passages; they play a role in humidifying and filtering inhaled air.
Two of these are typically found within the scrotum of males. They generate and mature sperm and produce androgens like testosterone.
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