Biomaterials03_OrgansTissuesCells-01

Biomaterials03_OrgansTissuesCells-01 - EBME 105:...

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EBME 105: EBME 105: Biomaterials, Tissue Biomaterials, Tissue Engineering and Engineering and Biomechanics Biomechanics Cells, Tissues, Cells, Tissues, Organs Organs Part II Part II
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Spec Sheet” for the Standard American Male Age 30 years Height 5 foot 8 inches or 1.86 meters Weight 150 lbs or 68 kg External surface 19.5 feet 2 or 1.8 m 2 Body temperature 37.0°C Skin Temperature 34°C Body fat 10.2 kg or 15% Subcut. fat layer 5mm Body fluids 51 liters or 75% Blood volume 5.0 liters Red blood cells 2.15 liters or 43% of blood volume Heart rate 65 beats per minute Lungs 4.2-6 liters organs EBME 201
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Organ System Major Organs Function Circulatory Heart, blood vessels, blood, lymphatic vessels Transport blood to tissues Respiratory Nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, lungs Exchange O 2 and CO 2 , maintain pH Digestive Mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, intestines, salivary glands, pancreas, liver, gallbladder Digestion and absorption of nutrients, salts, and water Urinary Kidneys, ureters, bladder, urethra Regulation of plasma Musculo- skeletal Cartilage, bone, ligaments, tendons, joints, skeletal muscle Support, protection and movement of the body Immune Spleen, thymus, lymphoid tissues Defense against invaders Nervous Brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves, sense organs Regulation, coordination, detection, cognition Endocrine Glands excreting hormones Regulation, coordination Reproductive Male and female reproductive organs Reproduction Integumentary Skin Protection organs
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Extracellular Matrix Composition and Function Structure Complex network of polysaccharides and proteins proteins - comprised of amino acids (1/2 of proteins in body) polysaccharides - comprised of sugars Secreted by cells. Serves as a structural element in tissues,
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