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Human Anatomy Membranes and Integument
Membrane definition
Cutaneous Membrane
Mucous membranes
Serous membranes
A combination of a layer of connective tissue proper and an e…
Skin
line organs that open to outside of body, epithelial cells se…
Surrounds/covers outside of organs and lines body cavities, d…
Membrane definition
A combination of a layer of connective tissue proper and an e…
Cutaneous Membrane
Skin
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Human Anatomy Membranes and Integument
Membrane definition
Cutaneous Membrane
Mucous membranes
Serous membranes
A combination of a layer of connective tissue proper and an e…
Skin
line organs that open to outside of body, epithelial cells se…
Surrounds/covers outside of organs and lines body cavities, d…
Membrane definition
A combination of a layer of connective tissue proper and an e…
Cutaneous Membrane
Skin
Human anatomy: membranes
Parietal pleura
Visceral pleura
Visceral pericardium
Parietal pericardium
Membrane that lines the inner wall of the thoracic cavity
Membrane that covers the surfaces of the lungs
Membrane in contact with the heart
Outer layer of the two layers of the serous pericardium
Parietal pleura
Membrane that lines the inner wall of the thoracic cavity
Visceral pleura
Membrane that covers the surfaces of the lungs
Human Anatomy (Membranes and cavities)
Dorsal cavity
Thoracic Cavity
Abdominopelvic Cavity
Pleural Membrane
Cranial cavity and vertebral canal
Mediastinum divides the thorax into right and left halves
Divides into the abdominal cavity and pelvic cavity
Lines the thoracic cavity, parietal pleura lines the cavities…
Dorsal cavity
Cranial cavity and vertebral canal
Thoracic Cavity
Mediastinum divides the thorax into right and left halves
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Human Anatomy- Tissues and Membranes
tissue
histology
epithelial tissue
connective tissue
a collection of specialized cells and cell products that perf…
the study of tissues
a layer of cells that forms a superficial covering or an eter…
one of the four primary tissue types provides a structural fr…
tissue
a collection of specialized cells and cell products that perf…
histology
the study of tissues
Anatomy The Human Cavities and membranes
biology
What are the characteristics of life?
Anatomy
physiology
the study of life
cell and organization, energy use and metabolism, responds to…
structure and relationships of body parts
functions of body parts
biology
the study of life
What are the characteristics of life?
cell and organization, energy use and metabolism, responds to…
Human Anatomy- Membranes
Membranes provide...
Membrane around organ
Membrane around cavity
Pleural
Low friction interactions between organs by secreting lubrica…
Visceral serous membrane
Parietal serous membrane
Lung
Membranes provide...
Low friction interactions between organs by secreting lubrica…
Membrane around organ
Visceral serous membrane
Human Anatomy- Membranes
Membranes provide...
Membrane around organ
Membrane around cavity
Pleural
Low friction interactions between organs by secreting lubrica…
Visceral
Parietal
Lung
Membranes provide...
Low friction interactions between organs by secreting lubrica…
Membrane around organ
Visceral
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Human anatomy Membrane Transport
Carrier mediated transport
non- carrier mediated transport
Passive processes
Active processes
involves specific protein transporters
occurs only by diffusion
Substances move across cell membrane without the input of any…
a cell uses energy, primarily from the breakdown of ATP, to m…
Carrier mediated transport
involves specific protein transporters
non- carrier mediated transport
occurs only by diffusion
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Human Anatomy body cavities and membranes
Axial portion
Dorsal cavities
Cranial cavity
Vertebral cavity
Includes the head, neck and trunk
Cranial cavity and vertebral cavity
Houses brain
Contains spinal column
Axial portion
Includes the head, neck and trunk
Dorsal cavities
Cranial cavity and vertebral cavity
Human Anatomy Composition and structure of membranes
lipids
phospholipids
cholesterol
glycolipids
materials that are insoluble in water (fats and oils) ... three…
most of the plasma membrane lipids are this:... it contains both…
a type of lipid called a steriod that strengthens the membran…
lipids with attached carbohydrate groups; this type of lipid…
lipids
materials that are insoluble in water (fats and oils) ... three…
phospholipids
most of the plasma membrane lipids are this:... it contains both…
Human Anatomy (serous membrane)
Serous membrane
Visceral
Parietal
Pleura
body cavities are lined and organs are surrounded by membrane…
closest to the organ
away from the organ
around the lungs
Serous membrane
body cavities are lined and organs are surrounded by membrane…
Visceral
closest to the organ
human anatomy skin and body membranes
what are the 2 classifications of body…
what tissue types are body membranes c…
what 3 types of Epithelial membranes?
what are the functions of body membran…
Connective tissue membrane and Epithelial membrane
Epithelial, Connective and Cutaneous
Cutaneous, Mucous and Serous
cover body surfaces, line body cavities and form protective s…
what are the 2 classifications of body…
Connective tissue membrane and Epithelial membrane
what tissue types are body membranes c…
Epithelial, Connective and Cutaneous
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human anatomy tissues and membranes quiz
9 levels of organization smallest to l…
what is a tissue
what is histology
what are the 4 basic types of tissue i…
atom-molecule-macromolecule-organelle-cell-tissue-organ-organ…
cells working together to perform a common function
the study of tissues
epithelial... connective... muscle... neural
9 levels of organization smallest to l…
atom-molecule-macromolecule-organelle-cell-tissue-organ-organ…
what is a tissue
cells working together to perform a common function
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Human Anatomy - Chapter 1 - Body Cavities and Membranes
Cranial Cavity
Vertebral Cavity
Ventral Cavity
Serous Membranes
Is formed by the cranium and houses the brain
Is formed by the individual bones of the vertebral column and…
Arises from a space called the coelom that forms during embry…
Composed of two thin layers. The Parietal Layer lines the int…
Cranial Cavity
Is formed by the cranium and houses the brain
Vertebral Cavity
Is formed by the individual bones of the vertebral column and…
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Human Anatomy: Skin and Body Membranes
Cover body surfaces
Line body cavities
Form protective sheets around organs
Cutaneous membrane
First function of body membranes
Second function of body membranes
Third function of body membranes
The epithelial membrane that is the only dry membrane and the…
Cover body surfaces
First function of body membranes
Line body cavities
Second function of body membranes
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Muscles, Tissues, and Membranes; Human Anatomy
Where is skeletal muscle found? ... (Hint…
What are two unique characteristics (t…
Where is the smooth muscle located?
What are two unique characteristics (t…
Attachment to the skeleton.
Voluntary muscle and striated muscle.
Walls of organs.
Visceral and involuntary muscle.
Where is skeletal muscle found? ... (Hint…
Attachment to the skeleton.
What are two unique characteristics (t…
Voluntary muscle and striated muscle.
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Human Anatomy - Structure of a Membrane
Plasma Membrane
Integral Proteins
Glycoproteins
Glycolipids
Flexible yet sturdy barrier... Fluid-mosaic model... Lipids act as…
Proteins that extend into or through the lipid bilayer and ar…
Proteins with carbohydrate groups attached to the ends that p…
Lipids with carbohydrate groups attached to the ends that pro…
Plasma Membrane
Flexible yet sturdy barrier... Fluid-mosaic model... Lipids act as…
Integral Proteins
Proteins that extend into or through the lipid bilayer and ar…
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Human Anatomy&Physiology: Skin and Membrane
ABCD rule
acne
apocrine glands
arrector pili
asymmetry, border, color, diameter
inflammatory disease of the skin involving the sebaceous glan…
Sweat glands in the pubic and underarm areas that secrete thi…
a smooth muscle attached to hair follicles that causes "goose…
ABCD rule
asymmetry, border, color, diameter
acne
inflammatory disease of the skin involving the sebaceous glan…
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Human Anatomy Chapter 4.3 Body Membranes
Types of body membranes
Mucous Membrane
Serous Membrane
Pariteal layer-
Mucous, serous, cutaneous, and synovial
- Also called mucosa; lines body passageways and compartments…
- Composed of a simple squamous epithelium called mesothelium…
Lines body cavity
Types of body membranes
Mucous, serous, cutaneous, and synovial
Mucous Membrane
- Also called mucosa; lines body passageways and compartments…
Human Anatomy Skin and Body Membranes
Epithelial membranes contain-
Connective tissue is represented by
Cutaneous membranes are your
Laminate propria
The cutaneous, mucous, and serous membranes
Synovial membranes
Skin
Composed of epithelium resting on loose connective tissue mem…
Epithelial membranes contain-
The cutaneous, mucous, and serous membranes
Connective tissue is represented by
Synovial membranes
Human Anatomy Body Cavities & Membranes Quiz
axial portion includes;
Appendicular Portion includes;
Cavities within the axial portion
Cranial cavity houses?
head, neck, trunk
upper & lower limbs attached to body by girdles
Cranial and Vertebral
houses brain
axial portion includes;
head, neck, trunk
Appendicular Portion includes;
upper & lower limbs attached to body by girdles
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Cavities, Membranes Linings, and Organs - Human Anatomy
Cranial Cavity Lining
Vertebral (spinal ) Lining
Thoracic Pleural Lining
Thoracic Pericardium Lining
Meninges
Meninges
Pleurae
Pericardium
Cranial Cavity Lining
Meninges
Vertebral (spinal ) Lining
Meninges
Anatomy Membranes of the Human Body (test 1)
Visceral pleura
Parietal pleura
Parietal paricardium
Visceral paricardium
Covers lungs
Cavity the lungs sit in
Cavity the heart sits in
Covers heart
Visceral pleura
Covers lungs
Parietal pleura
Cavity the lungs sit in
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Human Anatomy Cell Membrane Quiz
Chromatin
Cytoplasm
Endoplasmic reticulum
Golgi Apparatus
loosely coiled fiber containing DNA and protein within nucleus
Occupies space between cell membrane and nucleus
Composed of membrane bounded canals sacs and vesicles for tra…
flattened membranous sacs that PACKAGES secretions
Chromatin
loosely coiled fiber containing DNA and protein within nucleus
Cytoplasm
Occupies space between cell membrane and nucleus
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Human Anatomy - Thoratic and Abdominal Cavity Membranes
Serous Membrane
Parietal Layer
Visceral Layer
Pleura
Covers viscera within thoratic and abdominal cavities... Lines t…
A thin epithelium that lines the walls of the cavities
A thin epithelium that covers and adheres to the viscera with…
The serous membrane associated with the lungs... Includes: Visce…
Serous Membrane
Covers viscera within thoratic and abdominal cavities... Lines t…
Parietal Layer
A thin epithelium that lines the walls of the cavities
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Human anatomy chapter 4: Skin and body membranes
The synovial membrane is located
The serous membrane is located
The mucous membrane is located
the cutaneous membrane is located
inside the knee joint and between the tendons and bones in yo…
in the abdominal cavity and around the heart
in the lining of the esophagus and inside the nose
in the skin.
The synovial membrane is located
inside the knee joint and between the tendons and bones in yo…
The serous membrane is located
in the abdominal cavity and around the heart
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Human Anatomy - Skin and Body membranes chapter 4
Name the 3 body membranes
What major organ is the cutaneous memb…
what epithelium makes up the cutaneous…
What membrane lines all body cavities…
serous, cutaneous, mucous
skin
stratified squamous
mucous
Name the 3 body membranes
serous, cutaneous, mucous
What major organ is the cutaneous memb…
skin
Exam 1 - Human Anatomy FML - Serous Membranes
What is a Serous Membrane?
Visceral portion
Parietal portion
Serous Fluid
A double walled sac surrounding an organ
Is directly adhered to the EXTERNAL surface of an organ
Forms the outer wall of the cavity
Is secreted by the TWO layers and fills the space between the…
What is a Serous Membrane?
A double walled sac surrounding an organ
Visceral portion
Is directly adhered to the EXTERNAL surface of an organ
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Human Anatomy - Chapter 2 - The Structure of the Plasma Membrane
Plasma Membrane
Glycocalyx
Lipids
3 Types of Lipids
Or the Cell Membrane, forms the thin outer border of the cell…
The external carbohydrate coat of the Plasma Membrane
Materials that are insoluble in water; Ex: fats and oils
Phospholipids, Cholesterol and Glycolipids
Plasma Membrane
Or the Cell Membrane, forms the thin outer border of the cell…
Glycocalyx
The external carbohydrate coat of the Plasma Membrane
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Human Anatomy - Transport Across the Plasma Membrane
Passive Transport
Active Transport
Kinetic Energy Transport
Diffusion
Substance moves using its own kinetic energy
A process by which substances are transported across plasma m…
Includes: Diffusion and Osmosis,
Passive process... Net movement of a substance is from a region…
Passive Transport
Substance moves using its own kinetic energy
Active Transport
A process by which substances are transported across plasma m…
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AAPC - Human Anatomy: Structure, Cavities, & Membranes
How many categories does the structure…
What is a cell?
What is tissue?
What are the 4 types of tissues?
4... cell, tissue, organs, systems
Basic Unit of all living things - HB is composed of cells tha…
group of similar cells that do a specific task... Ex: muscle tis…
Epithelial ... Connective... Muscle... Nervous
How many categories does the structure…
4... cell, tissue, organs, systems
What is a cell?
Basic Unit of all living things - HB is composed of cells tha…
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Anatomy membranes
Epithelial Membranes
Cutaneous
Serous
Mucous
Cutaneous, Serous, Muscous
integument = skin
parietal = lines body cavity... visceral = covers surface of org…
mucus = keeps membranes moist/soft
Epithelial Membranes
Cutaneous, Serous, Muscous
Cutaneous
integument = skin
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Anatomy membranes
Cutaneous membrane
Cutaneous epithelium
Cutaneous connective tissue
Mucous membrane
The skin, covers the body surface
Keratinized stratified squamous
loose areolar and dense irregular
Mucosa, lines body cavities that are open to the exterior ... ex…
Cutaneous membrane
The skin, covers the body surface
Cutaneous epithelium
Keratinized stratified squamous
Human Anatomy Ch.4 Skin and Body Membranes
skin
Skin derivatives
mechanical damage
chemical damage
cutaneous membrane
sweat glands, oil glands, hair, nails
bumps
acids and bases
skin
cutaneous membrane
Skin derivatives
sweat glands, oil glands, hair, nails
Human Anatomy- Cell membrane 1.4
cell membrane
phospholipid bilayer
diffusion
equilibrium
defines the shape and size of a cell and controls what leaves…
what the cell membrane is made up of. The bilayer is made up…
molecules moving from an area of high concentration to an are…
same number of molecules on both sides of the membrane.
cell membrane
defines the shape and size of a cell and controls what leaves…
phospholipid bilayer
what the cell membrane is made up of. The bilayer is made up…
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Human Anatomy Membranes and Skin Test Review
cutaneous membrane
keratinized
serous membrane
synovial membrane
skin
when a cell makes the protein keratin and fills itself with it
membrane lining cavities closed to exterior
connective tissue membrane forming fluid filled sack inside a…
cutaneous membrane
skin
keratinized
when a cell makes the protein keratin and fills itself with it
anatomy membranes
dorsal body cavity
cranial cavity
vertebral canal
ventral body cavity
located near the posterior surface of the body and has two ma…
contains the brain
contains the spinal cord
located near the anterior surface of the body and is divided…
dorsal body cavity
located near the posterior surface of the body and has two ma…
cranial cavity
contains the brain
Human Anatomy Mr. Mills Membrane Transport
Passive Transport
Diffusion
Osmosis
Facilitated Diffusion
Requiring no energy from cells
Area of high concentration to an area of low concentration to…
Diffusion of water
Uses membrane protein that functions as carriers to move mole…
Passive Transport
Requiring no energy from cells
Diffusion
Area of high concentration to an area of low concentration to…
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Chapter 4: Skin and Body Membranes (Marieb Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology 11th edition)
Body membranes
Epithelial membranes and connective ti…
Epithelial membranes
Cutaneous membrane
Cover surfaces, line body cavity, and form protective (and of…
Two major groups of body membranes.
Also called as covering and lining membranes. Includes the cu…
Is your skin, composed of a keratinizing stratified squamous…
Body membranes
Cover surfaces, line body cavity, and form protective (and of…
Epithelial membranes and connective ti…
Two major groups of body membranes.
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Anatomy - Membranes
membrane
cutaneous membrane (AND what is it mad…
keratin
mucous membrane... -what is it... -what's it…
continuous multicellular sheets composed of at least 2 tissue…
-a covering and lining membrane... -SKIN... -exposed to air... -is DRY…
-a special protein produced by cells ... -creates a rough protec…
-a covering and lining membrane that is MOIST... -contains strat…
membrane
continuous multicellular sheets composed of at least 2 tissue…
cutaneous membrane (AND what is it mad…
-a covering and lining membrane... -SKIN... -exposed to air... -is DRY…
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Anatomy Membranes
pariteal
visceral
pleural membranes
pericardial membranes
refers to the membrane attached to the wall of a cavity
refers to the membrane that is deeper- toward the interior an…
separated by a thin film of watery fluid which they secrete
this surrounds the heart
pariteal
refers to the membrane attached to the wall of a cavity
visceral
refers to the membrane that is deeper- toward the interior an…
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Anatomy Membranes
Membrane
Epithelial... Connective tissue
Epithelial membrane
Serous membranes... Mucous membrane... Cutan…
Thin sheets of tissue
Two types of membranes
Outer surface is made of epithelium. Made of closely packed a…
Three types of epithelial membranes
Membrane
Thin sheets of tissue
Epithelial... Connective tissue
Two types of membranes
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Human Anatomy Chapter 2.3b (Protein-Specific Functions of the Plasma Membrane)
Transport
ATP (adenosine triphosphate)
Intercellular connection
Anchorage for the cytoskeleton
- Transmembrane protein spans the plasma membrane completely…
Provides the energy for transport; releases energy when the b…
- Junctions in which neighboring cells attach; secure cells t…
Helps main cell shape by the attachment of structural protein…
Transport
- Transmembrane protein spans the plasma membrane completely…
ATP (adenosine triphosphate)
Provides the energy for transport; releases energy when the b…
Anatomy- Membranes
Synovial membranes
Synoviocytes
Synovial Fluid
Synovitis
Made of CT- areolar and adipose; lines joints ; has synovicyt…
Responsible for making fluid
Lubricant that allow flings to move freely
Inflammation of synocytes
Synovial membranes
Made of CT- areolar and adipose; lines joints ; has synovicyt…
Synoviocytes
Responsible for making fluid
Introduction to anatomy and physiology-VI organization of the human body: Thoracic and abdominopelvic membranes
Serous membranes are located
parietal pleura
visceral pleura
Pleural cavity
lining the walls of the thoracic and abdominal cavities and f…
the serous membrane that lines the thoracic cavity
the serous membrane that covers the lungs
the potential space between the parietal pleura and the visce…
Serous membranes are located
lining the walls of the thoracic and abdominal cavities and f…
parietal pleura
the serous membrane that lines the thoracic cavity
Anatomy of the Membranes
pleural cavity
parietal pleura
visceral pleura
pericardial cavity
space between the parietal and visceral membranes of this
• thin, serous membrane... • lines cavity
• thin, serous membrane... • covers organ
space between the parietal and visceral membranes of this
pleural cavity
space between the parietal and visceral membranes of this
parietal pleura
• thin, serous membrane... • lines cavity
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Human Anatomy - Chapter 2 - Transport Across the Plasma Membrane
ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate)
Intercellular Connection
Transport Proteins
Concentration Gradient
A molecule that provides energy for transport. ATP releases e…
Junctions form between some neighboring cells when proteins i…
Special integral membrane proteins attract specific molecules…
Materials tend to move more rapidly when their concentrations…
ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate)
A molecule that provides energy for transport. ATP releases e…
Intercellular Connection
Junctions form between some neighboring cells when proteins i…
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ANATOMY - SKIN AND BODY MEMBRANES
What are the functions of body membran…
What are the two major groups of body…
What do epithelial membranes consist of?
What do Connective Tissue membranes co…
They cover surfaces, line body cavities, and form protective…
Epithelial membranes and Connective Tissue membranes.
Cutaneous, mucous, and serous membranes.
Connective tissue membranes are represented by the synovial m…
What are the functions of body membran…
They cover surfaces, line body cavities, and form protective…
What are the two major groups of body…
Epithelial membranes and Connective Tissue membranes.
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anatomy- membranes
cutaneous location
cutaneous function
serous location
serous function
outer layer of the body
(skin) protects insides of body from damage
-lines the thoracic and abdominal cavities... -covers most organ…
protects and lubricates to reduce friction in muscle movement
cutaneous location
outer layer of the body
cutaneous function
(skin) protects insides of body from damage
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