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Study Guide for Chapters 5 and 6

by: Alyssa Terrazas

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This study guide covers the integumentary system and skeletal system.
Human Physiology and Anatomy I
Dr. Brown
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Date Created: 10/12/16
Integumentary system: List five functions of the integumentary system. Select the structure described by each statement. -Dermis, Epidermis, Stratum basale, Stratum corneum, Hypodermis 1) Contains abundant adipose tissue. ____________________________________________ 2) Innermost layer of the epidermis. ____________________________________________ 3) Composed of stratified squamous epithelium. ____________________________________________ 4) Contains collagen and elastic fibers. ____________________________________________ 5) Attaches skin to underlying tissues. ____________________________________________ 6) Lacks blood vessels. ____________________________________________ 7) Outermost layer of the epidermis. ____________________________________________ 8) Contains sensory receptors of the skin. ____________________________________________ 9) Forms new epidermal cells. ____________________________________________ 10) Formed of dead keratinized cells. ____________________________________________ 11) Provides insulation for the body. ____________________________________________ 12) Provides strength and elasticity of skin. ____________________________________________ 13) Inner layer of the skin. ____________________________________________ 14) Outer cells are continuously sloughed off. ____________________________________________ 15) Formed of fibrous connective tissue__________________________________________ Provide the term described by each statement. a) Protects against ultraviolet radiation. b) Cells producing melanin. c) Tubular sheath surrounding hair root d) Gland producing sebum. e) Muscle raising hair more erect. f) Gland producing cerumen. g) Sweat gland opening into hair follicle h) Protein in cells forming hair and nails. i) A burn that destroys all of the dermis. j) superficial burn, injury to the epidermis k) partial thickness burn, injury to epidermis and dermis Explain the term a) Basal cell carcinoma b) Squamous cell carcinoma c) Malignant melanoma Skeletal System List the major functions of the skeletal system. What is the proper term for a skeletal joint? Describe the two types of marrow? Describe each of the following a) Osteocyte b) Osteoblast c) Osteoclast d) Lacunae e) Haversian Canal f) Volkmann's Canal g) Canaliculi h) Lamella What bones are considered intramembranous? Endochondral? What two minerals are found in the skeletal system? What gives bones flexibility? Match the terms with the statements. 1) Lacunae 4) Osteonic canals 2) Lamellae 5) Periosteum 3) Osteon 6) None of these _____ Channel for blood vessels and nerves. _____ Spaces containing osteocytes. _____ Concentric layers of compact bone. _____ Source of osteoblasts. _____ Structural unit of compact bone. _____ Spaces containing red marrow. 1) Cells that deposit bone matrix. ____________________________________________ 2) Cells that remove bone matrix. ____________________________________________ 3) Cells that occupy the lacunae. ____________________________________________ 4) Site of growth in length of long bones. ____________________________________________ 5) Type of ossification in most skull bones. ____________________________________________ 6) Type of ossification in bones preformed in cartilage. ____________________________________________ 7) Cells that hollow out the medullary cavity____________________________________ List all types of synovial joints List all types of fibrous joints List all types of cartilaginous joints Arthritis with invasion of fibrous tissue that calcifies, making joint immovable is _______________________________ Severe loss of calcium salts from bones is ___________________________ How are long bones made? Flat bones? Describe the structure and/or function of each of the following parts of a long bone. A) Spongy bone B) Diaphysis C) Yellow bone marrow D) Epiphysis E) Red bone marrow F) Medullary cavity G) Periosteum H) Articular cartilage Describe the role of the epiphyseal plate in bone growth. What changes occur that cause bones to stop growing during adolescense?


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