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Test 1 study guide Biol 240- Fundamentals of Human Anatomy
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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Sarah Grandgenett on Thursday September 10, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to Biol 240- Fundamentals of Human Anatomy at Kansas taught by Dr. Victor H. Gonzalez in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 68 views.
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Date Created: 09/10/15
Anatomy Study Guide Test 1 This rst study guide is a bit of a mess but I looked through all of the material that should be on the test and I have it all there If you study with this you should have no problem Anatomical position body laid at hands facing anteriorly Body planes 0 Median sagittal midsagittal through the median line of the body splits the body into two equal halves Parasagittal divides the body into a plane along a longitudinal axis Coronal divides the body into front and back 0 Transverse divides the body into a top and a bottom Anatomical directions VentralAnterior front DorsalPosterior back Superior towards the head lnferior farther away from the head Axial head shoulders spine Appendicular appendageslimbs Projections sites of muscle and ligament attachments Tu berosity Crest Trochanter Line Tu bercle Epicondyle Spine Process Articulations Surfaces that form joints 0 Head 0 Face Condym Depressions and openings Foramen Grove Fissu re Notch Fossa Meatus Sinus Body cavities What are they General functions What are all the different cavities Where are they located What does each cavity contain Which body cavities contain visceral organs Membranes Water What are they What are the general functions for body membranes What is the cutaneous membrane synovial membrane mucous membrane and serous membrane Where are these membranes located What is the difference between the parietal serous membrane and the visceral serous membrane What are the names for all the serous membranes of the pericardium pleura and peritoneum What are the functions of water What are the general components of the cells Transport Mechanisms What is passive transport What is osmosis What is diffusion What is active transport What is a sodiumpotassium pump What is exocytosis What is endocytosis 11 Cells Know each cell organelle and the general functioncharacteristics of each cell meiosis and mitosis 12 Tissues You need to know the four basic types and subtypes of tissues location in the body structure and function This also includes the type of cells and bers collagen elastic etc glands exocrine vs endocrine changes in the cell hyperplasia metaplasia etc Nervous Muscle Connchve Ep heHal 13 lntegumentary system Skin Functions to keep in water and provide a protective barrier We have the Epidermissuper cial and the Dermisdeep Then there are the layers Boy Scouts Go Camping Stratum basale Stratum spinosum Stratum granulosum Stratum corneum Melanocytes melanin producing cells Keratinocytes keratin producing cells Melanin pigment in the skin Know that merocrine aka eccrine and apocrine glands are sweat glands When do apocrine glands form What are sebaceous glands Know that holocrine glands are sebaceous glands
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