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Chapters 3, 4 and 5 Anatomy Lecture
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What is the smallest living unit within the human body?
The phospholipid molecule has tails, which are?
What are the organelles and the watery component of the cell together called?
Lipids, proteins and carbs
What is the plasma membrane composed of?
Which cytoskeleton component moves the chromosomes during cell division?
Where does synthesis of lipids and glycogen take place?
Cytoplasm and Nucleolus
Where are the components of ribosome formed?
What is the process of forming mRNA called?
What is synthesized using mRNA in the cytoplasm?
What is the movement of oxygen from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration an example of?
When placed in 10% glucose
When does a blood cell undergo crenation?
A process that requires cellular energy to move a substance against its concentration gradient.
Which membrane transport mechanism is vesicular transport?
What is the intake of materials from the extracellular fluid using vesicles called?
Replication would not occur leading to cell death
What would happen if a cell lacked the enzyme DNA polymerase?
What is the stage in the life cycle in which the cell performs its normal functions and prepares for division?
Name the 4 main tissue categories.
List the characteristics of epithelia.
Which type of intercellular junction stops materials from crossing an epithelium between cells?
Which junction type lets neighboring cells exchange small molecules?
Where is transitional epithelium found?
Watery perspiration is an example of what kind of secretion?
Which glands secrete their product by the bursting of cells?
Which tissue makes up the framework or stoma of organs such as spleen liver and lymph nodes?
Fluid connective tissue
Blood is which type of tissue
Which type of connective tissue is found in the trachea and between the ribs and sternum?
Cartilage contains no blood vessels
Compare cartilage and bone
3 types of Serous membranes
Skin that covers the body
Intercalated discs and pacemaker cells are characteristics of which tissue?
Smooth Muscle Tissue
Which muscle tissue shows no striations?
Which tissue is specialized for the conduction of electrical impulses?
What support, protect, and nourish nerve cells?
What is the body's first tissue response to an injury
Outer epidermis and Inner dermis
What are the 2 components of the integumentary system?
-Protection of Underlying tissues and organs
-Excretion of salts, waters and organic wastes
-Maintenance of normal body temp
-Production of melanin
-Production of Keratin
-Synthesis of Vitamin D3
-Storage of lipids
-Detection of touch, pressure, pain, etc.
-Coordination of the immune response
-Functions of Integumentary System
Which type of cells form the strata in the epidermis?
Thin skin - 4 layers
Thick - 5
compare thin skin and thick skin
Protects skin from the sun
What is the function of the pigment melanin?
What is the tough superficial layer of the epidermis known as?
Which skin inflammation primarily involves the papillary layer?
-Sebaceous and Sweat glands
List the accessory structures of the skin.
Which glands discharge an oily secretion into hair follicles?
In an epidermal fold called the nail root
Where does nail production occur?
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