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Unformatted text preview: s disorder (PTSD). There are so-called “high” and “low roads” for the fear response. The low road provides for a quick, perhaps life-saving, response in the face of danger. The
high road allows evaluation of the stimulus by the cortex and consideration of the response. PTSD re-activates the low road response from memories.
Which tissue would be found as the secretory cells of glands?
Which tissue is the primary lining of the GI tract?
Which tissue is the primary lining of the respiratory tract?
Which tissue is found in the ureters and urinary bladder?
Which tissue is shown with goblet cells?
7 Which layer is constantly undergoing mitosis?
Which layer is constantly exfoliating?
Melanocytes are found mostly within which layer?
Answer: D What tissue is this?
C) HYALINE CARTILAGE
This tissue would be found:
A) ATTACHED TO BONES What is indicated by the pointer?
What tissue is shown here?
This tissue is found:
B) IN THE SUBMUCOSA OF MUCOUS MEMBRANES
C) IN THE SKIN The Epidermis
Which structure is responsible For discriminative touch?
Which layer contains the most numerous desmosomes?
Answer: 6 The Skin
Which structure responds to vibration?
Which structure comes in two types, eccrine and apocrine?
Which structure secretes sebum?
What number represents the hypodermis?
What component of the bone matrix is most important in providing resistance to stress?
A) Organic materials
Collagen fibers which form a continuous connection from the periosteum to the bone are called:
C) Sharpey’s fibers
Most bones begin their ossification as:
B) Hyaline cartilage
In both ossification and bone repair, chondroblasts become _____, the cell important in building up new bone.
In both ossification and bone remodeling, osteoblasts become _____, the cell which maintains bone.
The hormone responsible for calcium homeostasis is:
D) Parathyroid hormone
High serum calcium levels and low levels of PTH characterize:
A) Post-menopausal osteoporosis What suture ?
A) Coronal or frontal
What bone ?
What process ?
What bone has the major portion of the zygomatic process?
A)Temporal Temporal Bone What joint is this?
Temporo-mandibular What bone has the perpendicular plate ?
B) Ethmoid Medial View of Nasal Cavity What is the function of the nasal conchae?
B) Increase the surface area of the nasal lining. What is the function of the paranasal sinuses?
A) Make the bone lighter. Identify this structureC) Foramen magnum What bone articulates with the occipital condyles?
A) Atlas Articulation of occipital condyles
To which group of vertebrae does the atlas belong?
The Axis (C2) A pivot joint exists between the axis and the atlas.
The atlas and head rotates around the odontoid process of the axis.
A Which part of the bone is at A?
Which ligament is known for its elasticity? Answer B The Sacrum (dorsal view)...
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2013 for the course BIOL 239 taught by Professor Swan during the Fall '12 term at New Mexico.
- Fall '12