Study guide for lecture exam 2
Study guide for lecture exam 2 BIOL 220
Minnesota State University, Mankato
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Study guide for lecture exam 2 1. Four basic tissues (epithelium, connective, muscle, nervous) --Epithelium --general characteristics --types of epithelium -- features found on apical, lateral, & basal surfaces --junctions between epithelial cells --types of secretion --Connective Tissue --general characteristics --development --extracellular matrix components --types --formed elements of blood --Muscle --general characteristics --development --types --features of each type of muscular tissue --Nervous --general features --development --structure of neuron -- peripheral and central nervous system 2. Integument --functions -- features of skin and variations --Epidermis --main cell types of epidermis (keratinocytes, melanocytes) --layers of epidermis and variations --epidermal tanning --Dermis --papillary layer and papilla in thick and thin skin --components of dermis --hypodermis—components --structure of hair & nails --structure of sebaceous glands, sweat glands, and mammary glands 3. Bone --functions --types --structural components of a long bone --flat bone structure --composition of bone tissue -- osteon in compact bone --development of the axial skeleton and appendicular skeleton --What is/are: --osteoid, cartilaginous model, diploe, fontenels etc.? --primary and secondary ossification center in long bone formation? ---what factors are important in bone growth and turnover? --what is the difference between a simple and a compound fracture? --what is a complete, incomplete, comminuted, oblique, compression, depressed, and impacted fracture? --what are the steps in fracture repair? 4. Joints -- Types and movements of joint --the synovial joint 5. Muscle --functions --development --structure of skeletal muscle 6. Techniques to examine regional and surface anatomy
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