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Protection, Support, and Movement Chapter 39
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Epithelial Tissue Cells that make up various linings in the body Outer epithelium can secrete: Cuticle for protection Lubricants, adhesives Odorous, poisonous substances
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Vertebrate Integumentary System Includes the skin and structures that develop from it: Fishes and reptiles : scales Amphibians: smooth skins Birds: feathers Mammals:
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Epidermis Epithelium protects body from outer environment Stratum corneum : Stratum basale:
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Dermis Sits underneath epidermis and consists of: rests on layer of subcutaneous tissue; composed largely of insulating fat (adipose tissue)
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The Skeletal System Supports and protects body and transmits mechanical forces generated by muscles: Hydrostatic skeleton : Exoskeleton: Endoskeleton:
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Hydrostatic Skeleton Fig 39-2
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Exoskeletons
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Endoskeletons
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The Human Axial Skeleton Fig 39-5a Skull : 8 cranial, 14 facial Vertebral column ; 24 vertebrae: located along central axis
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The Human Axial Skeleton Fig 39-5a Thoracic (rib) cage protects internal organs and supports chest wall and diaphragm:
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The Human Appendicular Skeleton (Fig 39-5b) Pectoral (shoulder) girdle :
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The Human Appendicular Skeleton (Fig 39-5b) Pelvic (hip) girdle:
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This note was uploaded on 03/08/2011 for the course BIO 119 taught by Professor Transue during the Spring '09 term at Rutgers.

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