Lab Review

Lab Review - Lab Review Basic unit of matter atom Levels of...

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Lab Review Basic unit of matter atom Levels of organization: Atom molecule compounds organelles cell tissue organ organ system organism Body planes: sagittal divides right and left, transverse divides superior and posterior, and coronal divides anterior and posterior Definition of anatomy – the study of structure divided into microscopic and gross anatomy Relative directions of dissection – anterior, posterior, dorsal, ventral, medial, lateral General characteristics of tissues Lipid producing organelles – smooth endoplasmic reticulum RNA producer - nucleolus Centriole purposes (made of protein?) – used during cell division Purpose of mitochondria – energy producer Sutures: fibrous joints, not movable Osteons connected by perforating canals Intermembranous ossification (flat bones of the skull) Bones develop from mesochyme 2 types of osteogenesis : intramembranous begins with mesoderm Mesenchyme bone and endochondral follows the same pattern but has hyaline
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2010 for the course BISC 212Lx taught by Professor Moyer during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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