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4/9/11 Click to edit Master subtitle style Physiology Presentation By GG Baker HCA 220 October 31, 2010
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4/9/11 Muscular Movement, Bone Growth, and Nerve Transmission Ø How do muscles move? Ø How do nerves transmit? Ø How do bones grow? Ø How are they all interlinked? Ø What is the process?
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4/9/11 Muscles Types of Ø Smooth Muscles Ø Skeletal Muscles Ø Cardiac Muscles
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4/9/11 Ø Voluntary Movement Ø Involuntary Movement Muscle Movement
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4/9/11 Bone Function Ø Allows Movement Ø Produces Blood Cells Ø Stores Important Materials Ø Provides Barriers to Protect Inner Organs
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4/9/11 Bone Ossification Osteocyte Osteoclasts Osteoblasts
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4/9/11 Nerve Transmission Ø Sensory Ø Integrative
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Unformatted text preview: Ø Motor 4/9/11 Ø Dendrites Ø Nucleus Ø Axon Ø Myelin Ø Neurotransmitters Ø Receptors Nerve Transmission 4/9/11 Ø Muscular system connects to bones to help body move Ø Movement occurs when nerve transmissions are sent and received by Conclusion 4/9/11 References Farabee,M. (2001). Nervous System. Retrieved on October 31, 2010 from http://www.emc.maricopa.edu/faculty/farabee/BIOBK/Bio kNERV.html How Stuff Works. (2008). How Do Muscles Work. Retrieved on October 31, 2010 from http://health.howstuffworks.com/muscle.htm Mamas Health. (2008). Bones. Retrieved on October 31,...
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