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Barber Review 7-8-9

Capters 7-8-9

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Organism's structures seen with the naked eye Gross Anatomy
Organism's minute structures such as tissue and organs Histology
Organism's functions, activities Physiology
Colorless jellylike substance Protoplasm
Celular growth and self repair Cytoplasm
Nucleus of the cell controls activity and cell division
Human cells reproduce indirect division
Human cells divide into 2 cells
Number of systems the human body consists of 10
Number of facial bones 14 facial and 8 cranial
Occipital bone forms the back and base of the cranium
Parietal bones form the top and sides cranium
frontal bone forehead
sphenoid bone joins cranium
maxillae upper jaw
mandible lower jaw
fixed attatchment of muscle to bone origin
movable attatchment of muscle to bone insertion
3 scalp muscles: epicranius, occipitalis, aponeurosis
muscle that produces verticle lines and frowning corrugator
procerus nose
pulls corners of mouth down triangularis
sensory nerves carries messages sense organs to brain
motor nerves carry impulses brain to muscle
cerebrospinal nervous system controls voluntary functions and muscles
12 pairs of cranial nerves branch out from the brain to the head, face, neck
5th cranial nerve chief sensory nerve of the face
7th cranial nerve facial expression
Spinal nerve branch that affects the neck and back 11th cranial nerve
nerve that supplies muscles and scalp at the back of head and neck cervical nerve
upper heart chambers atria
lower heart chambers ventricles
body cells receive food and eliminate waste through the walls of the capillaries
2 systems that control blood circulation are the general and the... arterial
duct glands are also known as exocrine glands
glands that release hormones directly into the bloodstream endocrine
gas expelled during exhalation carbon dioxide
substance that cannot be seperated into simpler substances by chemical means element
smallest part of an element atom
2 or more atoms chemicallt joined molecule
type of properties that can be determined without chemical reaction and change physical
oxydation creates change in burning wood chemical
temporary haircolor: physical or chemical change? physical
permanent haircolor: physical or chemical change? chemical
elements and compounds pure substances
elemental molecule aluminum foil
chemical compound water
2 or more elements combine chemically chemical compound
4 compound classes acid - base - salt - oxide
2 or more elements combine physically physical mixture
best type of water to use in the barber shop soft
hard water can be softend by distillation
pH refers to potential hydrogen
an ion of an atom carries an electrical charge
hydrogen ion in water is niether neutral, alkaline or acidic
hydroxide ion in water is alkaline
pH range of hair and skin 4.5 - 5.5
acidic solutions will neutralize alkaline solutions
chemical reaction that combines an element or compound with oxygen to produce an oxide oxidation
removing O2 from a substance reduction
hydrogen peroxide oxidizer