Detailed Contents - Text for AS 100 (advanced draft, August...

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Text for AS 100 (advanced draft, August 2007) Table of Contents Part A THE STRUCTURAL NATURE OF ANIMALS 1 Chapter 1. The form of animals 1 Chapter 2. An introduction to cells and tissues 4 A. Epithelial tissue . ............................................. 7 B. Connective tissues . ......................................... 8 C. Muscle . ........................................................... 12 1. Skeletal muscle . ....................................... 12 2. Cardiac muscle . ....................................... 14 3. Smooth muscle . ........................................ 14 D. Nervous tissue . ............................................... 16 E. Blood and lymph . ........................................... 19 Chapter 3. Methods and terminology of anatomy 21 A. Terminology . ................................................. 21 Chapter 4. Skeleton 25 A. The axial skeleton . ......................................... 26 1. The vertebrae . .......................................... 26 2. The ribs and sternum . .............................. 29 3. The skull . ................................................. 30 B. The appendicular skeleton . ............................ 31 1. The pectoral girdle and limbs . ................ 31 2. Pelvic girdle and limb . ............................ 34 Chapter 5. An introduction to myology 37 A. Superficial muscles . ....................................... 39 Summary of muscle action . ............................ 42 Chapter 6. The visceral organs 43 A. Thoracic viscera . ............................................. 44 B. Abdominal viscera . ......................................... 45 Chapter 7. Anatomy and morphology of the chicken 47 A. Exteral anatomy and morphology . ................. 47 B. The avian skeleton . ......................................... 48 1. Axial skeleton . ......................................... 49 2. Appendicular skeleton . ............................ 50 C. Myology and viscera . ..................................... 50 Part B STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION AT THE CELLULAR LEVEL 52 Chapter 8. An overview of cell biology 54 A. Origins of culturing cells . ............................... 55 Chapter 9. The cell cycle and mitosis 56 A. Introduction . ................................................... 56 2007 Text Table of Contents – page i
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B. The sequential events of mitosis . ................... 57 C. Analysis of cell cycles . .................................. 58 1. Transformed cells and “immortality” . .... 60 2. Cell cycles can be synchronized . ............ 60 3. Gaps occur in the cell cycle between alternating M and S-phases . ................... 61 Box 9-1. Regulation of cell cycle progression 62 D. Transformed cells and oncogenes . ................ 66 1. Protooncogenes often encode proteins involved in normal regulation of cell cycles . ........................................ 67 2. Tumor suppressor genes prevent damaged cells from replicating . ............................. 67 E. Genetic analyses of the cell cycle . .................. 68
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