Anatomy I Midterm Review Power Point

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Unformatted text preview: A: Body Tube  B: Revolving Nosepiece  C: Objectives  D: Stage Clips  E: Diaphragm  F: Light Source  G: Ocular Lens  H: Arm  I: Stage  J: Coarse Adjustment Knob  K: Fine Adjustment Knob  L: Base Type: Epithelial y Function: Filtration, diffusion, and osmosis y Location: Air sacs of lungs, capillary walls, and line blood vessels Type: Epithelial y Function: Secretion and absorption y Location: Surface of ovaries, line kidney tubules, and line gland ducts Type: Epithelial y Function: Protection, Secretion, and Absorption y Location: Line uterus and line digestive tract Type: Epithelial y Function: Protection y Location: Line mouth, throat, vagina, and rectum Type: Epithelial y Function: Distensibility (Stretch) and protection y Location: line urinary bladder and line urinary tract Type: Epithelial y Function: Secretion y Location: › Merocrine-Salivary, pancreatic, and sweat › Apocrine-Mammary and sweat › Holocrine-Sebaceous (oil) Type: Connective y Function: Binds organs together and holds tissue fluids y Location: Beneath skin, between muscles, and beneath the epithelium Type: Connective y Function: Protection, insulation, and store fat (energy) y Location: Beneath skin, around kidneys and heart, and behind eyes Type: Connective y Function: Bind organs together y Location: Tendons, ligaments, and deep skin Type: Connective y Function: Support, protection, and framework y Location: End of bones, nose, and respiratory rings Type: Connective y Function: Support, protection, and flexible framework y Location: Ear and larynx Type: Connective y Function: Support, protection, and shock absorption y Location: Discs and meniscus Type: Connective y Function: Support, protection, and framework y Location: Skeleton (bones) Tissue: Connective y Function: Transports substances and helps maintain a stable environment y Location: Blood vessels and heart Type: Muscle y Function: Voluntary movement of bones y Location: Muscles attached to bones Tissue: Muscle y Function: Involuntary movement of internal organs y Location: Walls of hollow internal organs Type: Muscle y Function: Involuntary contraction of the heart y Location: Heart muscle Higher concentration to lower concentration....
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