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ANT 2100 Exam #2 Study Guide

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ANT 2100 Exam #2 Study Guide ANT 2100

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This Study Guide is for Exam #2 covering the Skeletal and Integumentary systems.
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
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This 11 page Study Guide was uploaded by Isabella Rosa on Tuesday October 11, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to ANT 2100 at Wright State University taught by Nick Ritucci in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 134 views. For similar materials see Human Anatomy and Physiology I in Biomedical Sciences at Wright State University.

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Date Created: 10/11/16
Skeletal System What are the differences between osteoblasts, osteocytes and osteoclasts? What are the four steps of bone metabolism? Draw it out with written explanation. What are the five steps of bone resorption? Draw it out with a written explanation. Why do enzymes dissolve osteoids? Explain how bone production and resorption affect Calcium and Phosphate homeostasis. List the bones that contain red bone marrow. What are the only bones that grow in length? Where on the bones does it grow in length? Name the four zones of the growth plate. Explain and draw what happens in each zone. What is the part of the growth plate that remains after the bone is done growing? What types of bones grow in width? How do they do so? What factors affect bone growth? How do Growth, Thyroid, Sex, and Parathyroid hormones affect bones? Be specific. What are the different nutritional aspects of bone growth and how do the listed nutrients affect bone? How does exercise affect bone? What is peak bone mass and when does it occur? At what rate does bone mass decrease in men and women after PBM? How can this be prevented? Integumentary System What are the functions of the Integumentary System? What are the four things that the Integumentary System protects? Explain the production and function of melanin, draw it out. What are the two conditions related to melanin? Explain them both. Compare and contrast UVA and UVB rays. What are the different levels of SPF protection and the percentage to which they protect? At what point is there almost no difference? Draw the production of Vitamin D. Where does each step take place? How do blood vessels help regulate temperature? How does sweat regulate body temperature? What are the different components of sweat? What makes sweat nitrogenous waste? What is the sweat test? What are the different levels for diagnosing cystic fibrosis? List the names and functions of the different sensory receptors. Explain the rule of nines. What would be the number if the head, both arms, and the front of the left leg were burned? What are the differences between 1 , 2 , and 3 degree burns? Which can heal naturally? Which will blister? What are the two types of skin grafts? List and give a brief description of the skin conditions. Which are allergic reactions and which are caused by viruses? Included whether or not they are contagious. List and explain the various nail conditions.


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