Lab2_CT_Axial Musculature_and_Integument

Lab2_CT_Axial Musculature_and_Integument - Lab 1 Vocabulary...

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Lab 1 Vocabulary Process : Projection or outgrowth from from a larger body Superior and inferior articular processes Articular processes of sacrum Mastoid and styloid processes Condyle : Round projection Occipital condyles Facet : Flat surface Superior and inferior articular facets Foramen : Opening Vertebral foramen, transverse foramen, intervertebral foramen Anterior and posterior sacral foramina Foramen magnum
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Lab 1 Review How are the spinous processes of C2-C6 than that of the thoracic or lumbar vertebrae? They are bifid How is the atlas different from the other cervical vertebrae? It has no body or spinous process The heads of the ribs articulate with what parts of the thoracic vertebrae? Superior and inferior costal facets How can you distinguish the superior part of the rib from the inferior? The superior border is smooth; the inferior border has a costal groove
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Lab 1 Review What landmark separates the parietal and temporal bones of the skull? The squamous suture Name the two unpaired facial bones. Mandible and vomer What 3 bones make up the orbital rim? Frontal, maxilla, zygomatic Which ribs articulate with the body of the sternum? Ribs 2-7
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Lab 1 Histology Fully classify the epithelial tissue above. Simple columnar epithelium with goblet cells What is side is arrow A pointing to? Apical side A B What is arrow B pointing to? Basement membrane
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Lab 2: Axial & Facial Muscles & Connective Tissue Histology Connective Tissue Histology Cadaver Demo: Axial Musculature Models: Facial Muscles
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Four Basic Tissue Types Epithelial Tissue Connective Tissue CT Proper Bone & Cartilage Blood Muscle Tissue Nervous Tissue
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Connective Tissue (CT) Develops from embryonic mesoderm CT is vascular (blood vessels directly supply it) except for cartilage and blood Functions include: Structural support Storage/transport of salts, gases, nutrients, waste Immunologic defense against pathogens
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MM: Fig. 4.9 The functional cell of CT proper is the fibroblast /fibrocyte, which secretes the fibers as well as the ground substance of the extracellular matrix. ( “-blast” = immature cell, “-cyte” = mature cell)
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Components of CT Proper Cells (many types) Extracellular matrix (ECM) Ground substance - Glycosaminoglycans - Proteoglycans - Tissue fluid/ Insterstitial fluid - Water Fibers - Collagens - Reticulin - Elastin MM: Fig. 4.10
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Cells that produce the extracellular matrix Fibroblasts : secrete components of ECM Defensive cells (= Immune cells) Macrophages
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