This is a great picture I found that shows the structure and division of the spinal cord, along with all of it’s functions. It’s very clear and simple - making it very easy to learn for nclex. And here’s a tip for you - I’ve seen many nclex practice questions that focus on Spinal Cord Injury affecting C1-4, which affect breathing.
Hyoid Bone - The hyoid is the only human bone that is attached to only muscles, not to another bone. Our hyoid is attached to tongue muscles, throat muscles, and jaw muscles. Via: biologicalexceptions.blogspot.in/2012/07/look-whos-talking.html
Epithelium: Surfaces of the Body. Shows the different types of epithelial cells of the integument and where they are found in the body. From the Merck Manual Home Health HandBook.
Organic Chem: Functional groups. Memorize or die
Organic Chemistry Functional Groups
Organic Chemistry Functional Groups Cheat Sheet - print this guide for a handy reference to the common groups you will come across during IUPAC naming and advanced reactions:
Chapter 1: Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology Notes
ANATOMY OF A CELL -- Get the basic facts about cell structure along with details about the nucleus, cytoplasm, and plasma membrane.