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7:1 Anatomy and Physiology
anatomy
cell
cell membrane
centrosome
the study of the structure of an organism
the basic unit of structure of all plants and animals
outer, protective, semipermeable covering of a cell
the area of cell cytoplasm that contains two centrioles; impo…
anatomy
the study of the structure of an organism
cell
the basic unit of structure of all plants and animals
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ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY CHAPTER 7
EPITHELIAL MEMBRANES
CONNECTIVE TISSUE MEMBRANES
CUTANEOUS MEMBRANE
SEROUS MEMBRANES
COMPOSED OF EPITHELIAL TISSUE AND AN UNDERLYING LAYER OF CONN…
COMPOSED EXCLUSIVELY OF VARIOUS TYPES OF CONNECTIVE TISSUE
THE SKIN
SIMPLE SQUAMOUS EPITHELIUM ON A CONNECTIVE TISSUE BASEMENT ME…
EPITHELIAL MEMBRANES
COMPOSED OF EPITHELIAL TISSUE AND AN UNDERLYING LAYER OF CONN…
CONNECTIVE TISSUE MEMBRANES
COMPOSED EXCLUSIVELY OF VARIOUS TYPES OF CONNECTIVE TISSUE
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Anatomy & Physiology Ch. 7
12
Support and protection, body movement,…
Supports your tongue, helps with vocal…
Hemopoeisis
How many pairs of ribs does the human skeleton contain?
What are the 4 functions of the skeletal system?
What is the function of the Hyoid bone?
What is the process of creating new blood cells called?
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How many pairs of ribs does the human skeleton contain?
Support and protection, body movement,…
What are the 4 functions of the skeletal system?
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Anatomy & Physiology Exercise 7
What are the functions of the skin?
skin model
What are the cells of the epidermis?
keratinocytes
cover, protection, insulation, excretion, sensation, metaboli…
keratinocytes, melanocytes, dendritic cells, Merkel cells
most plentiful epidermal cells, produce keratin fibrils (prot…
What are the functions of the skin?
cover, protection, insulation, excretion, sensation, metaboli…
skin model
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Anatomy and Physiology Ch 7
Frontal bone
Parietal bone
Occipital bone
Temporal bone
Frontal bone
Parietal bone
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Anatomy and Physiology chapter 7
what is osteology
what is the skeletal system
what are the 6 roles of the skeletal s…
what is osseous tissue
study of bone
composed of bones, cartilages, and ligaments joined tightly t…
1- support... 2-protection... 3- movement... 4-electrolyte balance... 5-…
bone; composed of connective tissue in which matrix is harden…
what is osteology
study of bone
what is the skeletal system
composed of bones, cartilages, and ligaments joined tightly t…
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Anatomy & Physiology Lab Quiz 7
Thyroid gland
Parathyroid glands
Adrenal glands
Testes
#7; secretes T3, T4 and Calcitonin
#2; secretes PTH
#3; secrete mineralcorticoids including aldosterone, glucocor…
#10; secrete testosterone and inhibin
Thyroid gland
#7; secretes T3, T4 and Calcitonin
Parathyroid glands
#2; secretes PTH
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Anatomy & Physiology - Chapter 7
Circulatory System
Arteries
Veins
White Blood Cells
Carries the blood around the body
Carries blood away from the heart
Carries blood to the heart
The blood's protectors against foreign cells
Circulatory System
Carries the blood around the body
Arteries
Carries blood away from the heart
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Anatomy and Physiology 17.7
Where does the pituitary gland lay?
Infundibulum
Trace the axons from the hypothalamus…
Pars nervosa
Small, slightly oval gland which approximately the size of a…
Very thin stalk that connects the pituitary gland to the hypo…
Hypothalomo-hypophyseal tract extends from the hypothalmus to…
Rounded lobe that composes the posterior pituitary gland
Where does the pituitary gland lay?
Small, slightly oval gland which approximately the size of a…
Infundibulum
Very thin stalk that connects the pituitary gland to the hypo…
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 7
axial skeleton
appendicular skeleton
adult skeleton
bones
80 bones
126 bones
20% of body mass, 206 bones
are the organs of the skeletal system and are composed of man…
axial skeleton
80 bones
appendicular skeleton
126 bones
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Anatomy and Physiology - Chapter 7
Compact bone
Spongy bone
Epiphyseal line
Periosteum
Hard, dense bone tissue that is beneath the outer membrane of…
Layer of bone tissue having many small spaces and found just…
The appearance of this structure signals the end of bone growth
The dense white fibrous covering around bone
Compact bone
Hard, dense bone tissue that is beneath the outer membrane of…
Spongy bone
Layer of bone tissue having many small spaces and found just…
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 7
Function of Bones
Classification of Bones
Epiphysis
Articular Cartilages
bones are active, living tissues;... functions: muscle attachmen…
bones are classified according to shape:... - Long... - Short... - Ses…
expanded ends of bones that form joints with adjacent bones
(hyaline) cover the epiphyses
Function of Bones
bones are active, living tissues;... functions: muscle attachmen…
Classification of Bones
bones are classified according to shape:... - Long... - Short... - Ses…
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anatomy and physiology chapter 7
tibula and fibula
The crista galli is a projection from…
styloid process
Each of the following bones is part of…
leg
ehmoid
femur
tibula and fibula
leg
The crista galli is a projection from…
ehmoid
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Anatomy and Physiology chapter 7
what are the 5 functions of the skelet…
Environment in which develops in a fetus
tough connective tissue structures tha…
attach muscle to bone
supports surrounding tissues, protects vital organs, assists…
cartilage
ligaments
tendons
what are the 5 functions of the skelet…
supports surrounding tissues, protects vital organs, assists…
Environment in which develops in a fetus
cartilage
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Anatomy and Physiology chapter 7
what are the 5 functions of the skelet…
Environment in which develops in a fetus
tough connective tissue structures tha…
attach muscle to bone
supports surrounding tissues, protects vital organs, assists…
cartilage
ligaments
tendons
what are the 5 functions of the skelet…
supports surrounding tissues, protects vital organs, assists…
Environment in which develops in a fetus
cartilage
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 7
Coronal suture
Frontal bone
Sphenoid bone
Ethmoid bone
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
Coronal suture
(A)
Frontal bone
(B)
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 7
# of Bones in Axial Skeleton
# of Bones in Appendicular skeleton
Most bones classified into 5 main types:
Long Bone:
80 bones
126 bones
-Long... -Short... -Flat... -Irregular ... -Sesamoid
Greater length than width
# of Bones in Axial Skeleton
80 bones
# of Bones in Appendicular skeleton
126 bones
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Chapter 7 Anatomy and Physiology
Bones of the Skull
Occipital Bone
Two Parietal Bones
Frontal Bone
divided into two parts. 8 bones in the cranium and 14 facial…
is the hindmost bone of the skull and is located below the pa…
form the sides and top of the cranium
forms the forehead and portions of the eye sockets and nasal…
Bones of the Skull
divided into two parts. 8 bones in the cranium and 14 facial…
Occipital Bone
is the hindmost bone of the skull and is located below the pa…
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Anatomy & Physiology Ch. 7
Action Potential
Afferent (Sensory) Division of the PNS
Afferent Neurons
Arachnoid Mater
An electrical event occurring when a stimulus of sufficient i…
Sympathetic and Parasympathetic
Nerve cells that carry impulses toward the central nervous sy…
One of three membranes that encase the brain and spinal cord.…
Action Potential
An electrical event occurring when a stimulus of sufficient i…
Afferent (Sensory) Division of the PNS
Sympathetic and Parasympathetic
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Anatomy and Physiology 22.7
Effector Response
Effector response of helper t-lymphocy…
Effector response of Cytotxic T-cells
Perforin
Comprises the specific mechianisms that activated lymphocytes…
Activated and memory helper T-lymphocytes leave the secondary…
Leave the secondary lympahtic structure after several days na…
Forms a channel in the target plasma membrane that increases…
Effector Response
Comprises the specific mechianisms that activated lymphocytes…
Effector response of helper t-lymphocy…
Activated and memory helper T-lymphocytes leave the secondary…
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Anatomy & Physiology Ch. 7
What is the CNS and what comprises it?
What is the PNS and what comprises it?
The afferent (or __________) pathway
The efferent (or_______) pathway
(Central Nervous System) Consist of the brain and spinal cord…
(Peripheral Nervous System) Consist of the nerves stemming fr…
Sensory; consist of nerves that convey impulses to the centra…
Motor; carries impulses from the CNS to effector organs and g…
What is the CNS and what comprises it?
(Central Nervous System) Consist of the brain and spinal cord…
What is the PNS and what comprises it?
(Peripheral Nervous System) Consist of the nerves stemming fr…
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 7
Axial skeleton
Sutures
orbits
sella turcica
Skull , Thoracic cage and the vertebral column
Interlocking joints that unite all the bones of the skull exp…
Bony cavities in which the eyes are encased in fatty tissue a…
Part of the sphenoid bone ; holds the pituitary gland
Axial skeleton
Skull , Thoracic cage and the vertebral column
Sutures
Interlocking joints that unite all the bones of the skull exp…
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Anatomy and Physiology Test 7
Smooth Muscle [S]
Smooth Muscle [F]
Smooth Muscle [L]
Cardiac Muscle [S]
uninucleated, smooth muscle cell; non-striated (involuntary)
movement/contraction in hollow organs
walls of internal hollow organs such as the stomach and intes…
uninucleated, cardiocytes, intercalated discs; striated (invo…
Smooth Muscle [S]
uninucleated, smooth muscle cell; non-striated (involuntary)
Smooth Muscle [F]
movement/contraction in hollow organs
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 7
Three types of muscular tissues
Skeletal Muscle Tissue
Smooth Muscle Tissue
Cardiac Muscle Tissue
Skeletal muscle, smooth muscle, cardiac muscle
-Produces locomotion, movement of body parts, and movements o…
-Responsible for internal functions (vision, movement through…
-Creates driving force responsible for moving blood through b…
Three types of muscular tissues
Skeletal muscle, smooth muscle, cardiac muscle
Skeletal Muscle Tissue
-Produces locomotion, movement of body parts, and movements o…
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Chapter 7- Anatomy and Physiology
Heart location
Pericardium
Chambers
Right atrium
Lies within thoracic cavity, between two lungs. 2/3 lies on l…
Tissue layer. ... Double-walled sac that encloses the heart
There are four. ... Upper-atria, Lower-ventricles
Recieves oxygen-depleted blood from veins of body. ... Blood ent…
Heart location
Lies within thoracic cavity, between two lungs. 2/3 lies on l…
Pericardium
Tissue layer. ... Double-walled sac that encloses the heart
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Anatomy and Physiology Module 7
Aqueous Humor
Auricle
Bony Labyrinth
Cataract
Watery fluid that fills the anterior chamber of the eye, in f…
Part of the ear attached to the side of the head; earlike app…
The fluid-filled complex maze of three spaces (the vestibule,…
Opacity of the lens of the eye.
Aqueous Humor
Watery fluid that fills the anterior chamber of the eye, in f…
Auricle
Part of the ear attached to the side of the head; earlike app…
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 7
Origin
Insertion
Sarcomere
Tendon
The attachment of a muscle that remains fixed when the muscle…
The attachment of a muscle that moves when muscles contract
(Sarc= flesh) ... The smallest contractile unit of a myofibril
A narrow band of fibrous connective tissue that attaches a mu…
Origin
The attachment of a muscle that remains fixed when the muscle…
Insertion
The attachment of a muscle that moves when muscles contract
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Anatomy and Physiology Terms 7
Articul/o
Crani/o
Cost/o
Ili/o
Joint
Skull
Ribs
Upper part of pelvic bone
Articul/o
Joint
Crani/o
Skull
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SVCC Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 7
Organic
Inorganic
By Shape
Epiphysis
Collagen is what part of the bone matrix?
Minerals are what part of the bone matrix?
How are bones classified?
Organic
Collagen is what part of the bone matrix?
Inorganic
Minerals are what part of the bone matrix?
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Anatomy and physiology Lecture #7
Bone
Compact bone
Spongy bone
Osteocytes
Support, protect, provide muscle attachment, blood protection…
Dense outer layer that is smooth and solid
Compact and fills inner cavities of long bones
Mature bone cells that transport nutrients and wastes
Bone
Support, protect, provide muscle attachment, blood protection…
Compact bone
Dense outer layer that is smooth and solid
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Anatomy and Physiology - Chapter 7
What are the characteristics of skelet…
What are the characteristics of smooth…
What are the characteristics of cardia…
How are muscles attached?
Under voluntary control and is striated
Under involuntary control and is not striated
Under involuntary control and is striated
via tendons
What are the characteristics of skelet…
Under voluntary control and is striated
What are the characteristics of smooth…
Under involuntary control and is not striated
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Anatomy & Physiology CH. 7
Orbits
Sella turcica
cribiform plate
concha
bony cavities in which the eyes are encased in fatty tissue a…
part of the sphenoid bone; holds the pituitary gland
part of the ethmoid bone; forms roof of nasal cavities; holy…
form the walls of the nasal cavity; covered with mucous membr…
Orbits
bony cavities in which the eyes are encased in fatty tissue a…
Sella turcica
part of the sphenoid bone; holds the pituitary gland
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Anatomy and Physiology Ch. 7
Bone Building Cells
Osteoprogenitor or Osteogenic Cells
Osteoblast
Osteocytes
Osteoprogenitor or Osteogenic Cells, Osteoblasts and Osteocytes
Stem cells that develop from fibroblasts and are found in end…
Bone forming cells that secrete new bone on top of pre-existi…
Osteoblasts that become trapped in the bone matrix they secre…
Bone Building Cells
Osteoprogenitor or Osteogenic Cells, Osteoblasts and Osteocytes
Osteoprogenitor or Osteogenic Cells
Stem cells that develop from fibroblasts and are found in end…
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Anatomy and Physiology Ch. 7
Name five functions of the skeletal sy…
Name the number of cranial bones prese…
Name the cranial bones
Name the number of facial bones presen…
Support... Protection... Storage of minerals and lipids... Blood ce…
8
Frontal - 1... Parietal - 2... Occipital - 1... Temporal - 2... Sphen…
14
Name five functions of the skeletal sy…
Support... Protection... Storage of minerals and lipids... Blood ce…
Name the number of cranial bones prese…
8
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Anatomy & Physiology Week 7
-Malacia
Osteomalacia
-Opia
Diplopia
Softening of tissue
Softening of the bones
Nearsightedness
Double vision
-Malacia
Softening of tissue
Osteomalacia
Softening of the bones
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Anatomy and Physiology ch. 7
Osseous
Calcification
Flat bone
Long bone
Pertaining to the bone
The hardening of a tissue due to the deposition of calcium sa…
Thin flat bones
Bones that are longer than wide
Osseous
Pertaining to the bone
Calcification
The hardening of a tissue due to the deposition of calcium sa…
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anatomy and physiology quiz #7
Iliac fossa
iliac crest
anterior inferior iliac spine
superior iliac spine
Iliac fossa
iliac crest
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Chapter 7: ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY
ABDOMEN
ABDUCTION
ACETABULUM
ACETYLCHOLINE
The body cavity that contains the major organs of digestion a…
Motion of limb away from the midline
The depression on the lateral pelvis where its three componen…
An excitatory neurotransmitter used in the peripheral and cen…
ABDOMEN
The body cavity that contains the major organs of digestion a…
ABDUCTION
Motion of limb away from the midline
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Apologia Anatomy and Physiology Lesson 7 Blood
Circulatory system
Arteries
Veins
Arterioles
The system that carries your blood throughout your body.
Vessels that carry blood away from your heart.
Vessels that return blood to your heart.
Vessels that branch out from the arteries becoming "little ar…
Circulatory system
The system that carries your blood throughout your body.
Arteries
Vessels that carry blood away from your heart.
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Anatomy & Physiology Ch. 7
diaphysis
trabeculae
osteocytes
osteoblasts
This is the site of the primary ossification center
Spongy bone consist of many branching bony plates called
mature bone cells derived from osteocytes
bone building cells; initiate calcification; secrete collagen
diaphysis
This is the site of the primary ossification center
trabeculae
Spongy bone consist of many branching bony plates called
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Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 7
Smooth Muscle
Cardiac Muscle
Skeletal Muscle
connective tissue coverings: 1.endomys…
In the walls of hollow organs(urinary bladder, reproductive,u…
-Involuntary muscle forms the heart wall.... - appearance: STRIA…
Tubular and STRIATED, MULTInucleated cells ... -usually attached…
-thin layer of Areolar connective tissue that surrounds each…
Smooth Muscle
In the walls of hollow organs(urinary bladder, reproductive,u…
Cardiac Muscle
-Involuntary muscle forms the heart wall.... - appearance: STRIA…
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Anatomy and Physiology 19.7
Describe the sarcolemma at rest
Describe the electrical events of the…
What does calcium do in the cardiac cell
Describe the mechancial events of the…
Has potassium and sodium leak channels, sodium potassium and…
1)Depolarization-Action potential transmitted through the con…
Stiulates the SR to release more calcium, with 80% coming fro…
Entry of calcium into the sarcoplsm binds to troponin to begi…
Describe the sarcolemma at rest
Has potassium and sodium leak channels, sodium potassium and…
Describe the electrical events of the…
1)Depolarization-Action potential transmitted through the con…
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Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 7
Cell growth and reproduction
Cell Growth
Cell Reproduction
Anabolism
-the most fundamental of all living functions... -contistute the…
-Depends on using genetic information in DNA to make the stru…
-Ensures that genetic information is passed from one generati…
-protein synthesis is a central anabolic pathway in cells... -De…
Cell growth and reproduction
-the most fundamental of all living functions... -contistute the…
Cell Growth
-Depends on using genetic information in DNA to make the stru…
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Anatomy & Physiology Unit 7
Which type of neuroglia cells helps to…
Which secondary brain vesicle differen…
The phrenic nerve
The connective tissue sheath that surr…
ependymal
metencephalon
innervates the diaphragm
perineurium
Which type of neuroglia cells helps to…
ependymal
Which secondary brain vesicle differen…
metencephalon
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Anatomy & Physiology Ch.7
Frontal Bone*
Supraorbital Foramen
Supraorbital Margin
------
...
Frontal Bone*
Supraorbital Foramen
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Chapter 7: Anatomy and Physiology
___________ pairs of spinal nerves ext…
Dendrites are the short cell processes…
The motor nerves carry nerve impulses…
The nerves that send and receive messa…
Thirty-one
The cell body
Muscles
Mixed
___________ pairs of spinal nerves ext…
Thirty-one
Dendrites are the short cell processes…
The cell body
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Anatomy and Physiology Lab 7
Iliopsoas
Iliacus
Psoas major
Gracilis
(Hip and Thigh) (Ilacus and Psoas major) Flexion at the hip
(Hip and Thigh) (Iliopsoas) Flexion at the hip... O: Iliac fossa…
(Hip and Thigh) (Iliopsoas) Flexion at the hip... O: Anterior su…
(Hip and Thigh) Flexion at knee; adduction and medial rotatio…
Iliopsoas
(Hip and Thigh) (Ilacus and Psoas major) Flexion at the hip
Iliacus
(Hip and Thigh) (Iliopsoas) Flexion at the hip... O: Iliac fossa…
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anatomy and physiology week 7
Osteoporosis
Paget's Disease
Rickets
Osteomyelitis
increased breakdown of bone tissue without increase in the de…
the bones undergo periods of calcium loss followed by periods…
rare childhood disease characterized by numerous bone deformi…
inflammation of the bone caused by pyogenic bacteria - these…
Osteoporosis
increased breakdown of bone tissue without increase in the de…
Paget's Disease
the bones undergo periods of calcium loss followed by periods…
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Anatomy and Physiology (Chapter #7)
Bones and teeth are the most..
Skeletal system is composed of..
Cartilage
Ligaments
Durable remains of a once-living body.
Bones, cartilages, and ligaments.
- Forerunner of most bones... -Covers many joint surfaces of mat…
Hold bones together at joints.
Bones and teeth are the most..
Durable remains of a once-living body.
Skeletal system is composed of..
Bones, cartilages, and ligaments.
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Anatomy and Physiology 23.7
What is the ability of blood to transp…
Why is hemoglobin essential to oxygen…
Oxyhemoglobin
Deoxyhemoglobin
Solubility coefficient of oxygen in blood plasma ... Presence of…
The solubility coefficient of oxygen is very low so only 2% o…
Oxygen bound to hemoglobin
Hemoglobin without bound oxygen
What is the ability of blood to transp…
Solubility coefficient of oxygen in blood plasma ... Presence of…
Why is hemoglobin essential to oxygen…
The solubility coefficient of oxygen is very low so only 2% o…
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