finalexam-6pointQ with gas laws

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The  following  are stages  in the  regenerati on of skin  following  an injury.  1. blood  clot/scab  formation 2. cellular  migration 3.  epidermis  covers  granulatio n tissue 4.  epidermis  covers  scar tissue The  correct  order for  these  events is   
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1, 2, 3, 4.  6 8) 
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________  sweat  glands are widely  distributed across the  body  surface,  ________  glands are located  wherever  hair  follicles  exist, and  ________  sweat  glands are found  only in a  few areas.
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Sebaceous;  merocrine;  apocrine   
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Apocrine;  merocrine;  sebaceous   
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Merocrine;  sebaceous;  apocrine   
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Merocrine;  apocrine;  sebaceous   
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Apocrine;  sebaceous;  merocrine    A
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C 1 2 3 4 b 5 A 1 19)
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The  following  are major  steps in  the  process of intramem branous  ossificatio n. 1.  Clusters  of  osteoblast s form  osteoid  that  becomes  mineralize d. 2.  Osteoblast differentia te within  mesenchy mal  connectiv e tissue.  3.  Spicules  of bone  radiate out from the  ossificatio n centers. 4.  Mesenchy mal cells  aggregate. The  correct  order for  these  events is   
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4, 1, 2, 3.   
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2, 1, 3, 4.   
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4, 2, 1, 3.   
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2, 3, 1, 4.    A
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The  following  are  important  steps in  the  process of endochon dral  ossificatio n. 1.  Enlarged  chondrocy tes die.  2.  Osteoblast s replace  calcified  cartilage  with  spongy  bone. 3.  Chondroc ytes  enlarge  and the  surroundi ng matrix  begins to  calcify. 4.  Blood  vessels  invade the perichond rium. 5.  Perichond rial cells  become  osteoblast s and  produce a  thin shell  of bone.  The  correct  order for  these  events is   
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3, 1, 5, 4, 2.   
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1, 3, 5, 4, 2.   
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