Week 2- Lab Objectives
#1. Simple Squamous Epithelium: #2. Simple Cuboidal Epithelium: #3. Simple Columinar Epithelium: #4. Psuedostratified Columinar Epithelium: #5. Stratified Squamous Epithelium: #6. Stratified Cuboidal Epithelium:...
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#1. What 3 pigments contribute to skin color? - Melanin, carotene, and hemoglobin #2. What is Melanin? - A polymer made of tyrosine amino acids It is synthesized by melanocytes #3. Where is Melanin found...
iaranda|7 years ago|±0|90 views
Lab Pratical Pt 2
#1. Sagital(median;midsagital) plane - Divides an equal left and right #2. Sagital(paramedian;parasagittal)...depression #12. inversion and eversion #13. Label 1 - Nucleolus #14. Label 2 - Nucleus #15. Label 3...
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Human Body Orientation
#1. Anatomy - the structure of body parts and their relationships to one another #2. ... Physiology - The function of the body; how the body parts work and carry out their life-sustaining...
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Anatomy-Key Elements of Chapter 8-Articulations/joints
#1. Syn- - Together #2. Amphi- #3. Dia- - through, apart #4. Gomph- - bold or nail #5. arthro - joint #6. chondro - cartilage #7. osteo - bone #8. 3 Types of Joints - Fibrous Cartilaginous Synovial...
Chelsey_Allan|4 years ago|±0|28 views
Anatomy-Chapter 6-Bone Histology
#1. Embryonic skeleton is made up of: - cartilages and fibrous membranes that are soon replaced by bone...Flat; Irregular #11. Long Bone characteristics - 1 diaphysis, 2 epiphysis ex's: fingers and femur #12...
Chelsey_Allan|4 years ago|±0|71 views
Articulations and Bones
#1. a slightly moveable joint is known as? - amphiarthrosis #2. a freely moveable joint is known as...processes occur during repair of a fracture. - 1. hematoma 2. external callus formation 3. hematoma...
Sey_Senoron|4 years ago|±0|30 views
Nervous System One....Part 2
...block ACh synthesis 1. hemicholinium b. reduce membrane permeability to sodium 1. procraine (novocaine)...#1. 10 billion neurons in a - brain #2. 100 Million support cells - Glial cells #3. since glial cells...
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Exercise 9: Overview of the Skeleton
#1. type of bone (long, short, flat, irregular)= humerus - long #2. type of bone (long, short, flat, irregular)= radius - long #3. type of bone (long, short, flat, irregular)= ulnar - long #4...
jsuntho2|5 years ago|±0|280 views
Chapter 5 Tissues
#1. The four basic tissue types in the body are? - epithelial, connective, muscular, and nervous #2...energy #45. Connective tissue characteristics - 1. Highly vascular(rich blood supply)EXCPETION CARTILAGE...
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#1. Functions of the skeletal system - Support, Movement, Protection, Mineral Storage (Ca, P), Blood Cell Production #2. Components of Skeletal system - Bone; Cartilage: Hyaline, fibrocartilage, elastic;...
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#1. The funtional unit of compact bone is known as the? - osteon #2. spongy bone is also known as? - trabecular bone #3. cells whose function is the secretion of bone matrix are? - osteoblasts #4. cells...
Sey_Senoron|4 years ago|±0|27 views
Mastering AP homeork Chemistry comes alive
#1. Which bonds often bind different parts of a molecule into a specific three-dimensional...building blocks by the - Ionic bond 3:1 B) HCl + NaOH NaCl + H2O removal of...
Mcha|5 years ago|±0|7,371 views
#1. mandible - Body, Ramus, Mandibular condyles, Coronoid process, Angle, Mental foramen, Mandibular foramen, Alveolar margin #2. maxilla (2) - infraorbital foramen,alveolar margin, palatine process...
anozie96|5 years ago|±0|37 views