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Integument
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What are the components of the integument?
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What are the functions of the integument?
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where is the epidermis located?
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Keratinization
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stratum basale
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stratum basale
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stratum corneum
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callus
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What are the characteristics of the dermis?
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Papillary layer
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dermal papillae
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reticular layer
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Where is the hypodermis found and what is its functions?
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How is skin color determined?
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Melanin
d
Carotene
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hemoglobin
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Understand the concept of tanning and sunburns
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Know how skin color and disease are related
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hair
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hair follicle
h
hair bulb
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hair root
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arrector pili muscle
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Where is hair produced?
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How does hair grow?
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Sebaceous Gland
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Merocrine Gland
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Apocrine Gland
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How does age affect the integument?
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First Degree Burn
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Second Degree Burn
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Third Degree Burn
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What are the functions of the skeletal system?
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Know the components of the skeletal system
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How are bones classified?
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Know the 4 types of bone shapes and give examples
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diaphysis
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epiphysis
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articular cartilage
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epiphyseal plate
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medullary cavity
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marrow (red and yellow)
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periosteum
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Endosteum
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lamellae
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lacunae
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canaliculi
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osteon
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central canal
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What is hematopoietic tissue?
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What are the characteristics of cancellous bone?
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Be able to compare and contrast cancellous and compact bone.
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Ossification
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Ossification centers
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primary and secondary ossification centers.
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Understand how bone formation works.
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Intramembranous ossification
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Endochrondral Ossification
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What are the steps in endochrondral ossifcation of long bones?
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Understand how bones grow longer and wider.
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What are the steps in bone repair
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foramen
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fossa
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process
i
condyle
i
meatus
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Be able to identify bones on a diagram.
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mastoid process
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external auditory meatus
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nasolacrimal canal
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styloid process
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mandibular fossa
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hard palate
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Glenoid fossa
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zygomatic
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mandible
.
maxilla
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foramen magnum
./
What are the regions of the vertebral column?
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Atlas
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Axis
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true ribs
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false ribs
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floating ribs
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sternum
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What are the functions of the vertebral column?
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Synarthrosis
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Amphiarthrosis
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Diarthrosis
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flexion
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Extention
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abduction
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adduction
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pronation
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supination
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rotation
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What are the functions of the muscular system?
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What are the 3 types of muscle?
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What are the characteristics of skeletal muscle?
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Epimysium
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Muscle fasciculi
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Perimysium
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muscle fiber
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endomysium
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sarcoplasm
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myofibrils
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myofilaments
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actin
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troponin
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tropomyosin
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myosin
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sarcomeres
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I bands
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A bands
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H zone
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sarcolemma
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T tubules
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sarcoplasmic reticulum
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What is occuring during resting membrane potential?
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depolarization
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repolarization
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sodium potassium pump
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action potential
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motor neurons
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neuromuscular junctions
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presynaptic terminals
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synaptic cleft
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postsynaptic terminals
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motor units
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Neurotransmitters
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What are teh steps in a muscle contraction (be sure to know all of the componets that are involved and what they do)?
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twitch
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threshold
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all or none law
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tone
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tetanus
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isometric
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isotonic
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Compare and contrast the differnt aspects of slow and fast twitch fibers.
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Origin
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insertion
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belly
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synergists
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antagonist
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Give serveral ways muscles are named and an example
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Know the muscles that are invovled with facial expressions and mastication.
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Be able to identify the muscles from the diagrams.
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Smooth Muscle
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Skeletal Muscle
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Cardiac Muscle
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