Exam 2 Study guide
Exam 2 Study guide BSCI-21010-005
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This 4 page Study Guide was uploaded by Lauren Thompson on Wednesday March 9, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to BSCI-21010-005 at Kent State University taught by Allison Grampa in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 78 views. For similar materials see Anatomy and Physiology I in Anatomy at Kent State University.
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Date Created: 03/09/16
Exam 2 Wednesday, March 9, 2016 8:51 PM Chapter Five Tissues Know Epithelial Tissue Basement membrane, apical and basal surfaces (Slide 2, Chapter 5) Be able to classify epithelial tissue. Know the shape, function and location to help you identify what kind of tissue it is Should know all Connective tissues except for blood Loose, dense regular and irregular, adipose Know the cartilage Elastic, fibrocartilage and hyaline Know location and function o Complete the sentence question Know the cell junctions Tight, desmosomes, and gap junctions o Good complete the sentence questions Should know the glands and their characteristics Serous Mucous Eccrine/apocrine Holocrine o Good complete the sentence questions as well Know the difference between serious and mucous membranes Chapter Six Know terminology or anything that is bolded on the first slide under skin Know the function of keratinocytes and the characteristics Epidermis Know it is the superficial surface of the skin o Know characteristics Know melanocytes Merkel/tactile cells Dendritic/Langerhans cells Stem cells Dermis Know this is a deep layer o Know dermal papillae and epidermal ridges Hypodermis Know this this is deeper than the dermis Know the other name for it o Subcutaneous tissue Know characteristics Know what subcutaneous fat is o Hypodermis that is primarily composed of adipose tissue Skin Determined by melanin o Eumelanin: brownish/blackish o Pheomelanin Reddish yellow color o Know it varies in sun exposure o Freckles and moles are local accumulations Know the different colors Carotene Hemoglobin Cyanosis Erythema Pallor Albinism Jaundice hematoma Know the terms associated with the hair Pilus Hair follicle Know the three different types of hair o Lanugo o Vellus hair o Terminal Know the bulb, root, and shaft That a bulb receives nutrients from dermal papilla Location of the hair matrix Know the medulla Cortex and cuticle What muscles in hair help it stand upright o Piloerector muscles Know how the hair grows o Anagen o Catagen o Telogen Know about hair growth and hair loss Said there was about 5 questions about hair on the exam Nails Know the main components o Nail plate, free edge, nail body, nail root, nail fold, nail bed, lunule Glands Know the sudoriferous glands And the apocrine and eccrine glands and the different between o Apocrine is located in your groin and pubic areas o Eccrine are located all over your body List the 3 types of skin cancer reviewed in class. Which is typically most serious? What does ABCD stand for? Bone Tissue Be familiar with terms used to describe the anatomy of a bone (diaphysis, epiphysis, red marrow versus yellow marrow, compact verses spongy, epiphyseal plate, etc). Know the difference in cell types: oseoblast, osteocyte, oseoclast Know about the bone matrix Know terminology for compact bone Including the canals Bone marrow Know the color Know the difference between red and yellow Know how the abundance changes from childhood to adulthood Describe the process of intramembranous ossification and endochondral ossification. Be familiar with how the bone grows Know how the bone remodels Know the terminology and general characteristics of: Bone deposition Bone resorption Know calcitonin and parathyroid hormone o What inhibits and what stimulates
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