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Study guidelines Final Test Chapter 1-4 Basic life processes: Reproduction, Differentiation, growth Homeostasis: Negative feed back & positive feed back Anatomical sections: Coronal, sagittal, Medical imaging tech. DNA: structure, nitrogenous bases with example, base pairing Cells: Nucleus: composition and function Cell organelles: their functions Endoplasmic reticulum: types and their functions Phagocytes: definition, Pinocytosis Transport across cell membrane: Diffusion, osmosis, facilitated diffusion, active transport :their definition Body fluid compartments: ICF, ECF Tissue, Organs, System.--Definition Epithelial tissue: specific tissue (cells) Connective tissue: Specific tissues with examples Muscle tissues: Skeletal muscle: characters Tonicity: hypotonic and isotonic solution and RBC Chapter 5-8 Skin: Structure & functions: Epidermis and Dermis Cells and Layers in Epidermis and Dermis, Burns: degrees Axial skeleton: parts of, Functions of axial skeleton Skull : Cranial and facial bones: Example Sutures: 4 sutures. Sinuses: How many and which bones Structure of bone: diaphysis, epiphysis, metaphysis Epiphysial plate: its function and location Types of bone: flat and long bones with examples Bone growth: factors affecting. Bone cells: their functions
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