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Physiology Presentation 3 - o Osteoblasts Cells that help...

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11/29/10 Click to edit Master subtitle style Brittanee bernal august 28, 2010 Physiology Presentation Ch. 8, 9, & 10
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11/29/10 v The muscular system is responsible for the body’s ability to move. v Every single muscle has their own specific Process of Muscular Movement
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11/29/10 Muscle Movement Muscle movement happens when muscular impulses tell the muscle to move. Muscles have a continuous current of impulses running through them.
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11/29/10 Basic Functions of Muscles. Ø The Muscle creates movement Ø Muscle generates heat for the body Ø Creates posture support.
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11/29/10 Bone Growth q Bone is made up of minerals and is hard. q A bone is also made up of living and none living tissue. q Bones contain cells called osteocytes. q Non living substances in bones are minerals and salts.
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11/29/10 Parts of the Growing bone
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Unformatted text preview: o Osteoblasts- Cells that help form new bone. o Osteoclasts- Cells that eat away old bone. o Ossification- Fomation of bone due to the combination of osteoblasts, osteoclasts, minerals, and salts. 11/29/10 Nutrition Exposure to sunlight Hormonal secretions Exercise Factors that Affect Bone Development 11/29/10 Nerve Transmission v The nerve transmission occurs as a result of chemical changes across the membrane of the neuron. v “The membrane of an non stimulated neuron is polarized—that is, there is a difference in electrical charge between the outside and inside of the membrane. The inside is negative with 11/29/10 Click to edit Master subtitle style 11/29/10 Nerve Transmission Cont....
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