SG1 - Study Guide, Exam 1 Human Anatomy, Fall 2008 NOTE:...

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Study Guide, Exam 1 Human Anatomy, Fall 2008 NOTE: This study guide is not intended to replace your lecture notes . It is just a list of topics so that you’ll know if you missed some information somewhere. Topic 1, Introduction (Chapt. 1): Definitions of anatomy and histology. Levels of study: chemical - cellular - tissues - organs – systems. Examples of all levels. Techniques for determining problems (e.g., MRI), their uses, good and bad sides. Topic 2, Tissues (Chapt. 4): Be able to define a tissue, know the general form and function of each tissue type (main 4), be able to give a function of each subtype and components (if covered in class). Epithelial tissue (epithelium) = covering and lining. General physical characteristics of epithelium and functional ramifications for them, naming epithelial tissues. Subtypes = simple squamous, simple cuboidal, simple columnar, pseudostratified, stratified squamous and transitional – where are they and what do they do? Connective tissue – connects and protects. Commonalities of connective tissues – derivation, cell types and matrix. Subtypes = areolar, adipose, reticular, dense regular, dense irregular, hyaline cartilage, bone and blood – what are their components, functions, locations. Muscles (contract). Subtypes = skeletal, cardiac and smooth – where are they and what
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This note was uploaded on 02/05/2012 for the course BIO BIO 229 taught by Professor Dr.f during the Spring '11 term at Murray State KY.

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SG1 - Study Guide, Exam 1 Human Anatomy, Fall 2008 NOTE:...

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