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Test 2 Study Guide: Anatomy and Physiology I1.What are the functions of the skeletal system?
e.Mineral storage
2.What does RBC stand for?
3.What does WBC stand for?
4.What does Fx stand for?
5.What does Dx stand for?
6.What does Hx stand for?
7.What does Tx stand for?
8.Name the types of fracturesa.Complete Fxb.Incomplete Fxc.Oblique Fxd.Cominotted Fxe.Pathologic Fxi.Fx due to disease weakening the bone and it breaking during normal activity1.Example: osteoporosis and osteosarcoma
9.Does an RBC have a nucleus?
10.What are the components of a Cell?
11.Which 3 components are often called the golgi system?
12.What is the fluid mosaic model?
13.Name the type of proteins found in a lipid bi-layer
b.Integral proteins
ii.Receptor proteins
14.What are the 2 main functions of the nucleus?
15.What is the difference between smooth ER and rough ER?
16.What exits the golgi apparatus and is then secreted through exocytosis?
17.What are free floating ribosomes called? (Ones that float within the cytoplasm?)
18.Which type of cells contain lysosomes?
19.What do Lysosomes contain?
20.What are microtubules made of?
21.What is the pair configuration of a cross sectioned cilium?
22.The cross section of a flagellum is the same as a cilium cross section
23.What is the only human cell that has a flagellum?
24.What are the differences between a flagellum and the cilium commonly found on human cells?
25.How many sperm can a healthy human male produce a day?
26.What does a centrosome consist of?
27.What does a cross section of a centriole look like?
28.What is energy?

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