chapter3a Compartmentation Cells and Tissues

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Chapter 3a Compartmentatio n: Cells and Tissues
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About this Chapter Body compartments Biological membranes Intracellular compartments Tissue types and characteristics Tissue remodeling Organs
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Three Major Body Cavities Figure 3-1 Pleural sac Pericardial sac Diaphragm Pelvic cavity Abdominal cavity Abdominopelvic cavity POSTERIOR ANTERIOR Cranial cavity Thoracic cavity
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Body Cavities
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Lumens of Hollow Organs Hollow organs Heart Lungs Blood vessels Intestines Lumen Not the internal environment
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Functional Compartments 1. Outside Body 2. Extracellular fluid Plasma Interstitial fluid 3. Intracellular fluid 4. Organelles and vacuoles
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Body Fluid Compartments Figure 3-2 ICF ECF Plasma Interstitial fluid Intracellular fluid Blood vessel Cell membrane Cell membrane Blood cells Capillary wall
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Cell Membrane: Overview Membranes in the body Figure 3-3 Cell Loose connective tissue Seen magnified, the pericardial membrane is a layer of flattened epithelial cells supported by connective tissue. The pericardial membrane is a tissue that surrounds the heart. Each cell of the pericardial membrane has a cell membrane surrounding it. The cell membrane is a phospholipid bilayer. Pericardial membrane Heart
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Cell Membrane: Functions Physical barrier Gateway for exchange Communication Cell structure
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