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Anatomy 1

Cells, Microbiology, skeletal system, muscular system,

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Epithelial, Connective, Muscle and Nervous are all types of ... Tissue
Cutaneous, Serous, Mucous, Synovial are all types of... Membranes
Inner most layer of Epidermis (pigment) Melanin
Outer most later of Epidermis (protein) Keratin
Superficial, thin layer is... Epidermis
Deep, thick layer Dermis
Where genetic material is, it moves material in an out of pores Nucleus
Builds proteins Ribosomes
Moves things around the cell Vesicle
Small network located deep inside cytoplasm. Synthesis of secretory products Endoplasmic Reticulum
modifies, add proteins, shipping part of cell Golgi Apparatus
Generates energy. ATP. Cells power plant. Membrane within a membrane. Mitochondria
Suicide Sac. Cellular Garbage Sac. Digestive Enzymes. Intracellular removal of damaged organelles or pathogens. Lysosomes
Irregular shaped cells that break down and reabsorb bone. Secretes acid and lowers PH level & absorbs mineralized bone matrix. Osteoclasts
Responsible for new bone formation thin layer outside bone, secret harden matrix of bone and becomes trapped. Osteoblasts
Nourished by capillaries connected by thin extensions that send msg to eachother through canaliculi. Can't make new bone, secrete substance that control remodeling. Osteocytes
Hinge (knee, elbow) & Pivot (neck) are examples of which type of synovial joint... uniaxial
Saddle (thumb) and Condyloid are examples of which type of synovial joint.. Biaxial
Ball & socket (humerus & shoulder) and gliding joints are examples of which type of synovial joint Multiaxial
Freely moveable joints most numerous and anatomically most complex... Synovial Joints
Osteoclasts, osteoblasts, osteocytes are all types of.... bone cels
Hyaline, elastic and fibro____ are all types of.. Cartilage
Synathroses, Amphiathroses, Diarthroses (synovial) are all types of... Articulations
Oppose a change negative feedback
stimulatory/have negative effects positive feedback
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