***UPDATED***Anatomy Lab Practical #1 Study Guide
***UPDATED***Anatomy Lab Practical #1 Study Guide BIOL 3150
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This 128 page Class Notes was uploaded by Emily Emmons on Sunday September 11, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to BIOL 3150 at Clemson University taught by Tamara L. McNutt-Scott in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 16 views. For similar materials see Functional Human Anatomy in Biology at Clemson University.
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Anatomy Practical #1 Cell Division Interphase Prophase Metaphase Anaphase Telophase Cytokinesis Tissue Types Major Tissue Types • Epithelial • Connective • Muscle • Nervous Epithelial Characteristics: cellular, polar, attached, avascular, innervated, high regeneration Functions: covers surface, lines inside of organs and cavities Connective Characteristics: diverse, protein fibers, ground substance Function: protect, line, and support organs Muscle Characteristics: contractile, receive stimulation from nervous system and/or endocrine Function: movement of skeleton or organ walls Nervous Characteristics: excitable, high metabolic rate, longevity, non-mitotic, glial cells -- mitotic, non-excitable Function: Neuron: process info, control activities Glial: support and protect neurons Simple Squamous Epithelium Simple Cuboidal Epithelium Simple Columnar Epithelium Areolar Connective Tissue Adipose Connective Tissue Reticular Connective Tissue Dense Regular Connective Tissue Dense Irregular Connective Tissue Blood Bone Spongy Compact Skeletal Muscle Cardiac Muscle Smooth Muscle Nervous Muscle Hyaline Cartilage Elastic Cartilage Fibrocartilage LAYERS OF THE SKIN Keratinocytes: provide both replacement stem cells and new cells replace the dead ones that shed from the surface Sweat Gland Duct: carry out secretion and help body temperature regulation Melanocyte: produce and store pigment melanin in response to UV light exposure Epidermal Dendritic Cell: process antigen material and present it on the cell surface to the T cells of the immune system Basement Membrane: anchor down the epithelium to its loose connective tissue (the dermis) underneath Tactile Cell: release chemical that stimulate sensory nerve endings, provide information about objects touching skin Sensory Nerve Ending: sense stimuli originating from outside of the body BONES Compact Bone Anatomy Bone Model SKULL Coronal Suture Parietal Bone Temporal Bone Lambdoid Bone Squamous Suture Occipital Bone Zygomatic Arch Mandibular Fossa Condylar Process External Acousitc Meatus Mastoid Process Styloid Process Zygomatic Bone Nasal Bone Lacrimal Bone Ethmoid Bone Sphenoid Bone Frontal Bone Palatine Bone Vomer Foramen Magnum Jugular Foramen Stylomastoid Foramen Infraorbital Foramen Foramen Rotundum Cribiform Plate Crista Galli Lacrimanl Fossa Mandible Mandibular Symphysis Inferior Nasal Conchae Middle Nasal Conchae Inferior Orbital Fissure Optical Canal Superior Orbital Fissure Supraorbital Margin Mandibular Condyle Mandibular Notch Mandibular Ramus Mandibular Angle Coronoid Process Mental Foramen Maxilla Glabella Incisive Fossa Olfactory Foramina Sella Turcica Internal Acoustic Meatus Hyposglassoal Canal Foramen Lacerum Cartoid Canal Greater Wing of Sphenoid Bone Lesser Wing of Sphenoid Bone Supraorbital foramen Sagittal Suture Foramen Ovale Foramen Spinosum Alveolar Margins Occipaital Condyle Sutural Bones Sinuses Vertebral Column 5 Divisions 4 Curvatures Pectoral Girdle Clavicle Anatomy Scapula Anatomy Upper Limb Humerus Anatomy Radius & Ulna Anatomy Carpals Anatomy Hand Anatomy Pelvic Girdle Sacrum & Coccyx Anatomy Male vs. Female Pelvis Lower Limb Femur Anatomy Patella Anatomy Tibia & Fibula Anatomy Tarsals Anatomy Foot Anatomy Arches of the Foot Synovial Joint Body Joints
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