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Test_1_Review - Test 1 Review Introduction, Cytology, and...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/30/11 Test 1 Review Introduction, Cytology, and Histology
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9/30/11 Anatomical and Common Names
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9/30/11 Planes of the Body
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9/30/11 Proximal/Distal/Inferior/Supe rior - Remember, when referring to extremities (arms, legs) use proximal/ distal. When referring to the trunk, use superior/ inferior.
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9/30/11 Don’t Forget about These!!! Anterior (ventral) - toward the front Posterior (dorsal) - toward the back Ipsilateral - same side Contralateral - opposite side Bilateral - on both sides Superficial - toward the surface Deep - away from the surface
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9/30/11 Cavities of the Body
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9/30/11 Subdivisions of the Thoracic Cavity
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9/30/11 Don’t Forget Alternate Views!
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9/30/11 Regions of the Body
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9/30/11 Generalized Animal Cell
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9/30/11 Plasma Membrane
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9/30/11 Things to Remember: PM Functions Flexible boundary Facilitates contact with other cells Contains receptors Controls entry and exit Components Lipids Integral proteins
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9/30/11 Types of Movement Across PM
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2011 for the course KIN 2500 taught by Professor Hargroder during the Fall '08 term at LSU.

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