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Megan Sommerville

A&P weeks 1-6

What is sarcolemma? Plasma membrane of muscle fibers
How many bones make up the Skull? 28, that are irregular shaped
What is the origin when pertaining to muscle cells ? Its the point of attachment that doesn't move
What is the insertion when pertaining to muscle cells ? The point of attachment that moves the muscle with it contracts
What are the 4 main elements of proteins? Carbon, oxygen, hydrogen, and mitogen
What is the synovial membrane? Membrane that lines the spaces between our bones and joints that move. It helps with reducing friction
What are peroxisomes? Membrane bound organelle that contains an enzyme that is in the cytoplasm that helps with oxidization and break down of fatty acids
What is diffusion? Movement of anything from a higher concentration to an area of lover concentration
What is a compound fracture? A fracture where broken skin is involved
What is an example of a first class lever? Head being tilted backwards
Created by: masommerville