|space between diaphragm and hip bones; houses the major digestive organs
|Pertaining to food or nutrition (alimentary canal)
|Pertaining to the arteries or the blood in them.
|Pertaining to a joint.
|Trunk and Skull (Skeleton)
|Division of intestine.
|Pertaining to air tubes of the lungs.
|Smallest blood vessels.
|Pertaining to the heart.
|Cardiac Muscle Tissue
|Specialized form of involuntary muscle tissue found only in the heart.
|Pertaining to the heart and blood vessels.
|Space or hollow within the body.
|Pertaining to the brain, the cerebrum in particular.
|Pertaining to the neck or the cervix
|Small hairlike structures.
|Pertaining to blood circulation.
|Urogenital chamber of birds into which the intestinal, urinary, and generative canals discharge.
|Secondary or accessory.
|Part of the large intestine.
|Pertaining to sexual intercourse.
|Tissue specializing in connection and support of body parts.
|Regarding the heart.
|Pertaining to the space enclosed by the skull; houses the brain and the pituitary gland.
|Relating to the skin.
|Falling out at the end of a stage or a season; first set of teeth.
|Pertaining to teeth or dentistry.
|Muscular wall dividing thoratic and abdominal cavity.
|Pertaining to the diaphragm.
|Regarding the relaxation of the heart muscle, allowing the heart chambers to fill with blood.
|Regarding the chemical process of turning food into substances the body can use.
|Pertaining to fingers or toes.
|Pertaining to the duodenum.
|Secreting internally; relating to endocrine glands.
|Relating to the outer layer of skin.
|Tissue that line, protects, or invests the body organs.
|Tubular food passage between the neck and stomach.
|Relating to discharge of waste.
|External secretion of a gland.
|Terminal portions: legs, feet, hooves, paws.
|Connective tissue membrane.
|Related to feces.
|Relating to biological heredity.
|Pertaining to reproductive organs.
|relating to hormones.
|Pertaining to the skin of the body.
|Pertaining to large or small intestines.
|Cover or surround part of a body.
|Involuntary Muscle Tissue
|Muscle tissues that are automatically controlled by the nervous system.
|Upper part of the trachea (windpipe)
|Pertaining to the lower back.
|Pertaining to lymph or lymphatic vessels.
|Mass of tissues and organs separating the lungs.
|Relating to metabolism.
|Secreting mucus or covered in mucus.
|Slippery secretion of mucuous membranes, acts like a lubrication.
|Tissue with the power to contract and thus produce movement; can be skeletal muscle, smooth muscle, or cardiac muscle.
|Pertaining to the muscles.
|Tissue that carries nerve impulses.
|Pertaining to the nerves.
|Membrane investing the abdominal cavity and viscera.
|Space between lungs and pleura.
|Concerning the production of offspring.
|Pertaining to the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide between atmosphere and body cells.
|Pertaining to the bones of the body.
|Spaces between the vertebrae; houses the spinal cord.
|Striped, as in the appearance of the voluntary (skeletal) muscles.
|Space between the the neck and the diaphragm; houses the lungs.
|Pertaining to the system of urine excretion.
|Pertaining to organs of excretion and reproduction.
|Relating to vessels for passage of bodily fluids.
|Viscus, pl. viscera
|Internal organs, particularly those of the abdominal activity.
|Voluntary Muscle Tissue
|Muscle tissues controlled by conscious effort; also called skeletal muscle.